ABBOTT, Texas – Mach-1 Racing Solutions continues its support of the IMCA Sport Compact division through the 2026 race season.
The five-year title sponsorship extension is the first for the Abbott, Texas, company owned by Gary Mach and takes Mach-1 through its 18th season as title sponsor for the 4-cylinder class.
Mach-1 will provide a portion of the $1,000 point fund paid to top 10 drivers in Sport Compact national standings each of the next five years. Drivers in the division must display two Mach-1 logos on their race car to be eligible for point fund shares.
Continued growth in the division saw the division sanctioned for the first time in Montana and a record 15 Sport Compact state champions crowned in 2021.
Caine Mahlberg of Dunlap, Iowa, reigned as national champion and national rookie of the year was Greg Kohl Jr. of Fort Ripley, Minn. Kaytee DeVries of Spencer, Iowa, earned her career fourth Lady Eagle award.
Information about Mach-1 support and consulting services is available by calling Mach at 254 537-3040.
“To extend this title sponsorship for another five years is really amazing and should validate their position within IMCA racing for Sport Compact drivers,” notes IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “It continues to be a growing division and is a great starting point for anyone with a desire to turn competitive laps on a dirt track. We are excited for the future development of the division.”