IMCA Modified national champion earns Bert Second Generation Transmission

ST. CONSTANT, Quebec. – Competition at race tracks across the United States and Canada intensifies in August, as does competition for the IMCA Modified national championship and the Bert Transmission product award that accompanies the coveted title.  The St. Constant, Quebec, manufacturer gives a Bert Second Generation Transmission to the top driver in the national points race for a 12th consecutive season.  That transmission will be presented during the IMCA awards banquet this fall.  Bert also gives an aluminum bumper jack to the Modified top non-qualifier at the upcoming IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.  Information about Bert-manufactured transmissions and dealers is available by calling 450 638-2960, on Facebook and at the www.berttransmission.com website. “The Bert products are big ticket items and something that bring great value to both our national champion and a top non-qualifier at the upcoming Super Nationals,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder observed. “It is always a pleasure to present these awards and we are very grateful to be able to do it again in 2021.”