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Hammond Motorsports has new awards for IMCA Modified, Northern SportMod specials

DeWITT, Iowa – A company that will ship to all 50 states and eight foreign countries looks to build its customer base even more with a new IMCA awards program. Hammond Motorsports of DeWitt, Iowa, gives $75 product certificates, good toward the purchase of a set of chassis set-up plates, to top five finishers at each of 45 IMCA Modified and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod special events. The custom chassis parts and shock manufacturer is owned by veteran Modified driver Dave Hammond, who relocated the business from North Carolina to his home state in 2009. “I’ve been involved with the IMCA Modified division since 1983 when I started building chassis,” said the second-generation driver. “IMCA is the largest sanctioning body and our new program with them is one way I’m looking to build my customer numbers in IMCA. We’ve wanted to step in and get our feet wet with IMCA.” Hammond started the business in the mid-1980s. More than a few fans followed his IMCA Modified Firecracker Tour exploits in 2004 and he was a [Read More]

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Berg cools off Dacotah Sport Compact foes 

MANDAN, N.D. (July 21) – Jason Berg iced his Mach-1 Sport Compact competition for the seventh time this season on a warm Friday night at Dacotah Speedway. Ken Sandberg started on the pole but it was Berg who quickly powered into the lead when the green flag waved. Chase Schlafmann was not far behind the leader but Nic West saw his night end with a rollover. On the restart with three laps to go, Schlafmann drove in low under Berg in corners one and two but Berg held on and drove away to victory. Schlafmann settled for second ahead of Stan Thompson.

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Outerwears Performance Products renews award program for IMCA Modified specials

SCHOOLCRAFT, Mich. – Thirty IMCA Modified special events competitors earn gift certificates from Outer­wears Performance Products again this season. The third-year sponsor gives $25 certificates good toward the purchase of a radiator screen to a top five finisher at 30 designated IMCA Modified specials Certificates are mailed from the IMCA home office within a week after official race results are re­ceived. Product awards will also be given to qualifying feature winners at both the IMCA Speed­way Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s and the Sprint Car Nationals in September. “Walking the pits, it is truly awesome to see what can be done with these cars and how far it has really come,” commented Outerwears’ Nick Schero. “We are proud of both Outerwears’ and IMCA’s history in the sport we love. We are excited for another season with IMCA racers.” Located in Schoolcraft, Mich., Out­erwears Performance Products manufactures a wide variety of products for the high performance industry and other mar­kets. More information is available at the www.outerwears.com website, by calling 800 967-3450 and on Facebook. [Read More]

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National championship awards highlight Wilwood IMCA program again in 2017

CAMARILLO, Calif. ­­(July 22) – Wilwood Engineering adds generously to contingency award programs for five IMCA divisions this season. The Camarillo, Calif., manufacturer and seven-year sponsor gives front brake rotors to the IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod national champions and a set of front and rear wide hubs to the top driver in the IMCA Late Model national points race. Second through fifth place finishers in all five divisions receive $100 product certificates. All awards will be given during the national IMCA banquet in November, or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office. “Wilwood Disc Brakes was born in racing and we pride ourselves on working with leading motorsports series,” said Steve Cornelius, director of sales and marketing for Wilwood Engineering. “Grassroots racing is the backbone of the industry and we are fortunate to work with partners like IMCA that allow us to not only give back to the drivers but help educate them on choosing the right braking components.” Information [Read More]

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10-year sponsor Classic provides Deery trophies

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Ten-year IMCA sponsor Classic Trophy has a visible role in the Deery Brothers Summer Series awards program again this season. The Fort Wayne, Ind., company provides the familiar trophy given to the winner of each IMCA Late Model tour event. Also continued are 10 percent discounts on orders from sanctioned tracks that didn’t purchase Classic in 2016. More information is available at the www.trophiesandshirts.com website, on Facebook or by calling 260 483-1161. “A decade of working with someone is a pretty solid milestone,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder, “and continuing to offer our members some great awards at specials throughout the year as well as at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s is also something we’re proud to do through our relationship with Classic Trophy.”

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IMCA Modified, SportMod drivers chase Bob Harris Enterprises special event awards

AMES, Iowa – A company with a long association with IMCA continues its program of special events awards for three sanctioned divisions in 2017. Bob Harris Enterprises of Ames, Iowa, again gives two free shock rebuilds to top 10 finishers at each of 30 IMCA Modified specials, and at 15 Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod specials. A drawing will be held following the regular point season to award Race Tech Info Dirt Chassis School packages to a driver in each division. Drawing winners last year were Joel Rust and Adam Arm­strong. Certificates for the shock rebuilds are mailed within a week after special events results are re­ceived at the IMCA home office. Race Tech Info seminar certificates go in the mail this fall. Owner Bob Harris has a lengthy association with IMCA and the Modified division, and also pro­motes the Harris Clash. The 26th annual event is Tuesday, Aug. 8 at Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City. Modifieds will race for $2,000 to win and Northern SportMods for $1,000. Modified [Read More]

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Out-Pace Racing Products renews IMCA Deery Series, Hawkeye Dirt Tour awards 

FREEPORT, Ill. – Champions and non-qualifiers in two premier IMCA series share the wealth of Out-Pace Racing Products’ awards program. The Freeport, Ill., suspension com­po­nent manufacturer and fourth-year sponsor gives prize packages of brackets and bars to champions of both the Deery Brothers Summer Series for IMCA Late Models and the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour for IMCA Modifieds. Fifty dollar gift certificates go to designated drivers at each event in both series. Rounding out the Out-Pace program are $50 gift certificates for top five finishers at 30 Modified specials and at 15 SportMod specials. The Deery Series is next at Farley Speedway for the Yankee Dirt Track Classic on Sept. 1 and 2 while a July 19 date at Southern Iowa Speedway is next for the Hawkeye Dirt Tour. “Out-Pace Racing Products is honored to support the two IMCA touring series that are based in Iowa,” said company representative Rueben Meyer. “Both the Deery Series and the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour are great ways to support the Late Model Modified drivers [Read More]

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Edelbrock rewards claim engine drivers in five IMCA divisions 

TORRANCE, Calif. – IMCA drivers in five divisions competing with claim engines share a wealth of product and product certificate awards to be given by Edelbrock. The Torrance, Calif., company is in its 19th season as an IMCA sponsor. Edelbrock awards go to IMCA Modi­fied, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod drivers. Highest finish­ing claim drivers in point standings for each of the five Modified regions receive 2975 Victor Jr. intakes. Top drivers in the two Stock Car regions receive Edelbrock 2701, 7121 or 2176 intakes. And the highest finishing claim engine drivers in both Hobby Stock regions and in national Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod points have a choice between 2701 Chevrolet, 7121 Ford or 2176 Chrysler intakes. Second through fifth place claim engine drivers in each Modified, Stock Car and Hobby Stock region, and in national Northern and Southern SportMod standings all receive $50 product certificates. Twenty-five dollar product certificates go to Modified and Stock Car regional rookies of the year. All [Read More]

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KSE begins third decade of IMCA sponsorship 

WHITE HOUSE, Tenn. – KSE Racing Products has begun its third decade of IMCA sponsorship with an awards program benefitting drivers in three divisions. The high-performance parts manufacturer out of White House, Tenn., has renewed the awards based on na­tional point standings and results of special events for IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Late Models and IMCA Rac­eSaver Sprint Cars. The national Modified champion receives a KSE TandemX power steering/fuel pump. Second through fifth place finishers in the national standings each get $200 product certificates while sixth through 10th place driv­ers re­ceive $100 product certificates. Rookies of the year in each of the five Modified regions receive a 700 series steering box. A Gen2 power steering gear goes to the national Sprint Car champion. Second through 10th place drivers in national standings for that division receive $100 product certificates. And designated place finishers at 50 special events for Modifieds, Late Models and Sprint Cars earn $100 product certificates. Certificates will be mailed from the IMCA home office or presented during the national awards banquet. More product information is available [Read More]

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Diversified Machine Inc. makes checkers pay off even more for IMCA Modified wins leader

LANCASTER, Pa. – The IMCA Modified driver racing to the most 40-point feature wins this sea­son won’t just be the envy of all their friends and competitors. They’ll be the recipient of a Bulldog CT-1 quick change rear end from Diversified Machine Inc. of Lancaster, Pa. Jordan Grabouski won 33 times in earning the award, and national championship, last year. Diversified Machine is in its third season as an IMCA sponsor and also gives $100 product certifi­cates to sixth through 10th place drivers in national Modified, Late Model and EMI RaceSaver Sprint Car point standings. Awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the follow­ing week from the IMCA home office. More information about DMI-made rear ends is available by calling 717 397-5347 and at the www.diversifiedracing.com website. “Last season our Modified national champion won the most races en route to the championship, but it didn’t work out that way two years ago,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder observed. “In their third sponsorship season, we’ll see if our Modified champion ends up with [Read More]