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Imperial Trophy and Awards help makes Dirt Knight Tour wins nights to remember

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Every feature winner in the upcoming Speed Shift TV Dirt Knights Tour for IMCA Modifieds will receive a knight to remember the night by, courtesy of new sponsor Imperial Trophy and Awards. The Fort Wayne, Ind., company provides the trophies, topped by the 12” figure of a medieval knight, to be presented in victory lane following each event in the 11th annual tour. Imperial, branded as Your Recognition Company, was started 55 years ago by Tommy Loy and is now owned and operated by his daughter Kim Coble and son Randy Loy. While adding to an already extensive line of promotional items, apparel and drinkware, Imperial has developed a new and now growing niche in the motorsports awards market.  “Everyone has been super happy. It’s been a very smooth transition,” said Coble. “Our customers who have wanted promotional items can get trophies and awards with their logos on them, too.”  “We’ve purchased new equipment and expanded our product lines,” she continued. “Whatever our customers want with their name on, we can probably do [Read More]

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Longacre awards go to national champions, top 10 drivers in five IMCA divisions in 2020

BOONVILLE, Ind. – A program of awards benefitting drivers in five IMCA divisions continues this season courtesy of Longacre Racing Products.  The Boonville, Ind., company manufactures an extensive line of race car measurement and setup equipment and is in its seventh season of IMCA sponsorship.  National champions in the IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Late Model, IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod divi­sions all receive a Digital Caster/Camber Gauge with AccuLevel. Top 10 drivers in national standings for the same divisions are in line for $100 product certificates. Longacre added Late Model and Sprint Car awards to its post-season program with IMCA last year. All awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.  Information about Longacre products is available by calling 800 423-3110, at the www.longacreracing.com website and on Facebook. “The renewal of the Longacre program adds a level of recognition for our national champions and top drivers in each of these divisions,” noted IMCA Marketing Director [Read More]

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PRO Shocks continues awards for IMCA Sprint Cars, Stocks, Hobbies, SportMods

BOONVILLE, Ind. – A popular post-season awards program for five IMCA divisions has been re­newed by PRO Shocks. The Boonville, Ind., manufacturer again gives a set of four shocks to the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car national champion while drivers in four other divisions share nearly $5,000 in product certifi­cates. Certificates, in increments of $300, $200 and $100 go to top three eligible drivers in the two re­gions for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, and in final national stand­ings for Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMods. “These highlighted divisions will benefit from PRO’s involvement in our contingency sign-up program and we encourage all racers participating with their shocks to let us know through these forms that aree located on our website,” emphasized IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “It is never too early to get signed up so we can track your participation.” Stock, Hobby and SportMod drivers are required to compete with four PRO Shocks and display two PRO Shocks decals on their race car. PRO Shocks is [Read More]

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IMCA state champions crowned in Midwest earn $100 Sybesma Graphics gift certificates

SANBORN, Iowa – IMCA drivers winning state championships in six Midwest states earn $100 Sybesma Graphics gift certificates again in 2020. An eight-year sponsor and long-time supporter of IMCA competitors, Sybesma gives those certifi­cates to Modified, Late Model, RaceSaver Sprint Car, Stock Car, Hobby Stock, Northern SportMod and Sport Compact drivers earning KMJ Performance State crowns in Illinois, Iowa, Minne­sota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.  Along with motorsports and commercial wraps and decals, the One Stop Sign Shop owned by Stock Car driver Stefan Sybesma and his wife Ashley is located in Sanborn, Iowa and also does apparel screen printing and embroidery. Sybesma Graphics awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.  More information about Sybesma-made wraps and graphics is available by calling 712 729-7446, on Facebook and at the www.sybesma-graphics.com website.  “State Championships will really be coveted awards in 2020 as each state hosting IMCA racing will see unique seasons,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Sybesma Graphics has been a great supporter of [Read More]

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Next step takes KMJ Performance to title sponsorship role for IMCA state program

STORY CITY, Iowa – A company that already ships thousands of orders weekly to drivers all across the country is the new title sponsor for one of IMCA’s broadest based and most popular awards programs.  More than 100 drivers will earn KMJ Performance State Championships this season and receive their choice of a $200 gift certificate good toward the purchase of any four shock package, $250 off the purchase of any Victory or Assault chassis, or $50 off any parts purchase.  The Story City, Iowa, chassis and high performance parts manufacturer and distributor had given awards to special events competitors in 2019, its first season of IMCA sponsorship. KMJ has signed on as title sponsor for the state awards program through 2021. “We wanted to get our name out more last year and I believe we accomplished that. Sponsoring the IMCA state championship program is a good next step and I’m eager to see what these next two seasons bring,” KMJ owner Tony Hofbauer said. “The state championship program reaches drivers throughout the country. We [Read More]

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IMCA Late Model awards are new from FAST

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – FAST expands its IMCA awards program again in 2020, giving a combination of product and product certificate awards in three divisions. National rookies of the year in the IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car and now IMCA Sunoco Late Model divisions all receive ignition boxes from the Memphis, Tenn., high performance parts manufacturer.  Product certificates good for $100 again go to the other Modified and Stock Car regional rookies of the year, as well as to sixth through 10th place drivers in national point standings for the Late Models.  Awards given by the fourth-year IMCA sponsor will be presented during the national banquet this fall or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office. FAST is a division of the Comp Performance Group and manufactures ignition components, as well as intake manifolds, throttle bodies and other EFI components. Information about FAST products is available at the www.fuelairspark.com website, by calling 877 334-8355 and on Facebook.  “The expansion of the FAST program to include our Late Model drivers further displays a commitment to the [Read More]

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PEM Racing adding Late Model awards to IMCA program

ST. CLAIR, Mo. – Performance Engineering & Manufacturing adds awards for Late Model drivers in its ninth season of IMCA sponsorship. The Late Model national champion receives a $250 certificate from the St. Clair, Mo., manufacturer while second through fifth place finishers in the national point standings each receive $150 certificates.  Feature winners at designated specials for the full-bodied division also receive a set of quick change gears. PEM again gives $250 certificates to champions in each of the five regions for IMCA Modifieds and in the Speed Shift TV Dirt Knights Tour, and $150 certificates to regional and tour runners-up. The pole starter at each Dirt Knights Tour main event and winners of 30 designated IMCA Modified specials all earn a set of quick change gears. “All of us here at PEM Racing are proud to be involved with IMCA and their brand of affordable competitive racing,” PEM Sales Manager Randy Harrison expressed. “We enjoy the interaction with the racers and hope these certificates can help their racing program.” Certificates for series and special events will [Read More]

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Dynatech delivers IMCA Modified awards

BOONVILLE, Ind. – Dynatech delivers product certificate awards to IMCA Modified drivers for a 16th consecutive season.  The national champion receives a $500 award from the Boonville, Ind., manufacturer. The runner-up gets $350, with $250 for third and $100 for seventh. Information about the complete line of Dynatech-manufactured exhaust systems and headers is available at www.dynatechheaders.com, on Facebook and by calling 800 848-5850. “Dynatech is one of a quartet of great companies in the AFCO Performance Group and their support has been a part of our IMCA Modified plan for a long time,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “It is great to be able to renew this program for another season.” 

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Razor Chassis returns for seventh season as IMCA South Central Region title sponsor

PLATTE CENTER, Neb. – The chassis builder that helps build champions continues its title sponsorship of IMCA’s South Central Region for Modifieds for a seventh consecutive season.  Razor Chassis again provides a portion of the $6,000 point fund to be paid to top 10 South Cen­tral Region competitors.  The regional champion earns $2,500. The runner-up gets $1,250 with $625 for third, $325 for fourth, $300 for fifth and $200 for sixth through 10th. The South Central Region includes tracks in Texas and southern New Mexico.  Drivers in the region are required to display two Razor decals on their race car to be eligi­ble for point fund shares. The 2020 season is also the seventh of IMCA sponsorship for the Platte Center, Neb., builder and high performance parts retailer. Information about Razor-built chassis is available by calling 402 246-2021, at the www.rothrace.com website and on Facebook. Tom Berry Jr. won the North Central Region title in 2019 aboard a Razor.  “Razor Chassis builds not only a quality race car for IMCA competitors but a very competitive one as well,” [Read More]

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Superior Fuel Cells adds to IMCA awards program in second sponsorship season

CRESWELL, Ore. – More IMCA drivers will share in post-season awards given by Superior Fuel Cells.  The second-year sponsor gives $100 product certificates to sixth through 10th place finishers in national IMCA Sunoco Late Model point standings.  Based out of Creswell, Ore., Superior again gives $100 product certificates to drivers finishing 6-10 in each of the five regions for IMCA Modifieds, and 22-gallon fuel cells to national Modified and Late Model rookies of the year.  All Superior awards will be presented during the national banquet in Novem­ber or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.  Information about Superior Fuel Cells-manufactured fuel cells, accessories and replacement parts is available by calling 541 895-4224 and at the www.superiorfuelcells.com website.  “The relationship we’ve established with Paul and Superior Fuel Cells has been great for IMCA and our racers. They are supporting IMCA racing in a variety of ways and they’ve boosted our IMCA Modified and Late Model contingency offerings,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “They are great people making great products and we’re thankful to have them [Read More]