BOONE, Iowa – Awards for Hobby Stock and STARS Mod Lite drivers are new to the Motorsports Warehouse IMCA program for 2021.
The high performance parts, tools and safety equipment retailer, located just north of Boone Speedway and owned by former IMCA driver Brent Antill, gives certificates good for $40 off purchases of four tires to a top five finisher at designated specials for both divisions.
A top five driver at designated specials for Late Models receives a $50 off certificate good toward the purchase of four tires. And a top five finisher in 15 designated IMCA Sunoco Stock Car specials receives a certificate to get two tires prepped. That tire siping service is valued at $40.
The seven-year sponsor also gives $80 certificates good toward the siping of four tires to Modified, Stock Car and Northern SportMod drivers qualifying for their respective main events at the upcoming IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.
Hobby Stock and Mod Lite main event qualifiers get $40 certificates, Late Model main event qualifiers $50 certificates and also good toward the purchase of four tires.
More information about Motorsports Warehouse products and services is available at the www.motorsportswarehouse.com website, by calling 515 432-2732 and on Facebook.
“Working with Motorsports Warehouse is important based on their location adjacent to the Boone Speedway grounds,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “They’ve stepped up their support this year to include a couple of additional divisions and added value to their IMCA program as a result.”