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Side Biter Chassis in second season as sponsor of IMCA’s North Central Region

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – Side Biter Chassis returns for a second season as title sponsor of IMCA’s North Central Region for Modifieds. The Clear Lake, Iowa, chassis builder is owned by veteran Modified driver Ryan Ruter and again provides part of the $6,000 point fund to be paid to top 10 drivers in the region that includes tracks in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, Saskatchewan, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Champion of the Side Biter Chassis North Central Region earns $2,500, with $1,250 for se­cond, $625 for third, $325 for fourth, $300 for fifth and $200 for sixth through 10th. Drivers must display two Side Biter decals on their race car to be eligible for point fund shares. Checks will be presented during the national awards banquet in November, or mailed beginning the next week from the IMCA home office. “We are proud to represent the North Central Region again in the IMCA Modified division. Our passion has always been the grass roots racing and that starts with our local racers,” Ruter said. “We are happy [Read More]

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Justice Brothers/Gillund awards go to pole starters in IMCA Dirt Knights Tour 

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – Justice Brothers and Gillund Enterprises make every driver starting on the pole a winner throughout the 2018 Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour. The Eden Prairie, Minn., company gives car care packages to drivers taking the initial green flag from inside row one at each of the eight IMCA Modified tour events, beginning with opening night May 28 at Benton County Speedway. The tour is at 141 Speedway on June 21-22, at Farley Speedway on June 29, at Knoxville Raceway on July 19, at Park Jefferson Speedway on July 23, at Hancock County Speedway on July 24, at Buena Vista Raceway on July 25 and at Clay County Speedway on Aug. 6. Pole starters will receive their JB/Gillund car care packages each race night. “We are proud to be a sponsor of the Dirt Knights Tour. Justice Brothers Products has helped many racers get into the winner circle through the years,” said Paul Gillund, “and we are again proud to sponsor IMCA racing, the true grassroots racing program in America.” Gillund [Read More]

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Intercomp adds Modified special events awards for 24th IMCA sponsorship season

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Nearing another milestone season of sponsorship, Intercomp has expanded its awards program with IMCA to include Modified special events. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., Intercomp is manufacturer of the official scales of IMCA. The 2018 sea­son is the company’s 24th consecutive as an IMCA sponsor. “As we celebrate our 40th year in business, we are proud to reflect upon the partnerships we have developed within the motorsports community, including that with IMCA” said Chris Berg, Intercomp’s racing market specialist. “We look forward to providing IMCA and its participants top-quality products as we look toward building the relationship between our organizations upon the solid base of our past success.” Certificates good for $100 off the purchase of RFX wireless scales or Intercomp digital chassis setup equip­ment are new for designated place finishers at 30 Modified specials. Intercomp also returns to the national decal program and gives product certifi­cates of the same value to top 10 fin­ishers in EQ Cylinder Heads Northern and Southern regions for the Stock Cars. Stock Car drivers must display two Intercomp [Read More]

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IMCA rookie of the year awards are new from Ricochet

BRUSH, Colo. – Champions and top rookie drivers in two IMCA divisions are in line for Ricochet Race Components awards in 2018. The five-year IMCA sponsor gives sets of three shock guard covers to champions and rookies of the year in each of the five regions for Modifieds, and to the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod national champion and national rookie of the year. Owned by veteran IMCA Modified driver John Hansen, the Brush, Colo., company, gives the same awards package to feature winners and champions in the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Modified Tour and the Arnold Motor Sup­ply Dirt Knights Tour, and to winners of 10 designated Modified specials. “It is an honor to come alongside IMCA racers to support their race program and protect their investment in shocks,” Hansen said. Feature winner awards will be presented in victory lane while all other Ricochet awards will be presented during the national IMCA banquet in November. “The program we have with John and Ricochet has been consistent for the past five seasons and as a result [Read More]

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Precise Racing Products gives cash awards, gift cards to IMCA RaceSaver Sprint drivers 

BENNINGTON, Neb. – Cash bonuses of $500 and $50 gift cards go to IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car drivers this season, courtesy of Precise Racing Products. The Bennington, Neb., high performance parts supplier and Hoosier race tire distributor gives those hefty $500 cash prizes to both the national rookie of the year and the driver with the most 40-point feature wins a of Sept. 24. The eight-year IMCA sponsor also gives $50 gift cards to state and series champions in the divi­sion. IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car drivers are required to display two Precise Racing Products decals on their race car to be eligible. “We are excited to extend our relationship with the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car division for another season and look forward to an outstanding 2018!” said Precise’s Chris Archer. More information about Precise products is available by calling 800 651-5164 and at the www.preciseracing.com website. National champion Marcus Thomas of Corsicana, Texas, collected the feature win bonus from Precise last season while national rookie of the year honors went to Grant Duinkerken of Riverdale, [Read More]

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Performance Engineering & Manufacturing adds special events awards to IMCA program 

SAINT CLAIR, Mo. – More IMCA drivers will earn Performance Engineering & Manufacturing product awards this season. The Saint Clair, Mo., manufacturer and seven-year sponsor gives a set of quick change gears to the winners of 30 designated specials for IMCA Modifieds. PEM had given those awards to 10 special events winners last season. Pole starters at each event in the Deery Brothers Summer Series for Late Models and the Arnold Motor Supply Dirt Knights Tour also receive sets of quick change gears. “PEM always likes supporting the weekly warriors of IMCA when they have their regional touring series,” Sales Manager Randy Harrison said. “These racers appreciate the support and it is great they get to hit the road and experience different tracks during the summer. We like the reach of IMCA and the weekly roots that keep our sport exciting.” Product certificates will be mailed from the IMCA home after official race results are received and are redeemable through PEM dealers. Information about the complete line of PEM racing gears and drivetrain components is available [Read More]

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EngineQuest renews built engine awards, returns as IMCA Stock Car regional sponsor

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – EngineQuest renews a popular awards program benefitting drivers in four divisions, in its 13th season as an IMCA sponsor. Cash bonuses, product certificates and product awards are part of that contingency program while the Las Vegas, Nev., cyl­inder head and engine component manufacturer returns as title sponsor for both Northern and Southern IMCA Sunoco Stock Car regions. EQ will give $200 cash bonuses to eligible Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod drivers who win two or more track championships while competing with built engines in 2018. And $50 product certificates go to all eligible built engine-powered drivers in those divisions who win track titles. The national Stock Car champion and Hobby Stock, Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod drivers finishing highest in national standings and competing with EQ heads all get a set of EQ cylinder heads. Also receiving sets of EQ-manufactured cylinder heads are highest finishing Mopar engine drivers in the Stock, Hobby and both SportMod divisions. EQ provides a portion [Read More]

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Dirt Works begins sixth season as IMCA Eastern Region title sponsor

ORONOGO, Mo. – Modified drivers in IMCA’s Eastern Region enjoy title sponsor support by Dirt Works Race Cars for a sixth consecutive season. The Oronogo, Mo., chassis builder again provides a portion of the $6,000 point fund to be paid to top 10 drivers in the region encompassing IMCA tracks in New York, Michigan, Florida and Alabama. Dirt Works, owned by veteran driver Jerry Hoffman and a sister company to Hoffman Race Cars, has built championship-winning Modifieds since the early days of the division and first sponsored an IMCA region in 1996. The regional championship pays $2,500 this season. The runner-up earns $1,250, with $625 for third, $325 for fourth, $300 for fifth and $200 for sixth through 10th place. Drivers must display two Dirt Works Race Cars decals on their race cars to be eligible for point fund shares. More information about Dirt Works or Hoffman chassis is available by calling 417 673-7426 or 417 465-2410. Company websites are www.hoffmanracecars.com and www.dirtworksracecars.com. “Even though the current title sponsorship with Dirt Works is in its sixth season, we still [Read More]

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10-year sponsor Genesis Racing Shocks rewards drivers in four IMCA divisions

ROSWELL, Ga. – Genesis Racing Shocks reaches another IMCA landmark in 2018, its 10th season of sponsorship. Drivers in the IMCA Modified, IMCA Late Model, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod divisions earn product certificates from the Roswell, Ga., company. “Genesis Shocks has found the consistency of IMCA leadership and the consistency of IMCA rules to be a pleasure to deal with,” said Mike Lutz. “We always know where we stand and hence we can concentrate on making the finest product available to the members.” Top eligible drivers in each of the five Modified regions and in national Late Model, Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod standings receive $350 product certificates. Certificates worth $250 go to the runner-up and for $150 to each third-place finisher in each Modified region and national Late Model, Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod standings. Drivers in all four divisions are required to compete with four Genesis-manufactured shocks, display two Genesis decals on their race car and return a signup form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1 [Read More]

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MSD backs five divisions, one series in 15th season of IMCA sponsorship 

EL PASO, Texas – MSD returns to the national decal program for Stock Cars in 2018, its 15th season as an IMCA sponsor. In all, the El Paso, Texas, manufacturer will give product or product certificate awards to competitors in five divisions and one special series. “MSD Performance, is once again a proud to sponsor of the IMCA Racing Series for the 2018 season,” said Circle Track Sales Manager Graham Fordyce. “The growth we see in these series is a testament to the sanctioning body’s dedication to the sport and we want to be a part of that growth in the circle track racing market.  We strive to continually improve the products we offer to the circle track industry and to provide support to the competitors for their achievements.” The top drivers in Northern and Southern IMCA Sunoco Stock Car regions earn Ultimate HEI kits and a universal spark plug wire set. Runners-up receive an HEI module and the third place finishers get universal spark plug wire sets. Product certificates valued at $100 go to [Read More]