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A season to celebrate as Performance Bodies reaches 40th as IMCA sponsor

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (June 10, 2022) – Performance Bodies marks another milestone in 2022, giving awards to IMCA drivers for a 40th consecutive season.  The Cedar Falls, Iowa, high performance au­tomotive parts distributor and race car body manufacturer celebrates that anniversary with an awards program that sees $25,000 in product certificates given to drivers in seven divisions. “Forty years ago I had no idea that I would be able to follow my dreams and actually make a career in the racing industry,” said Performance Bodies President Scott Braun. “The relationships with all the racers and manufacturers over the years because of IMCA are amazing.  “We have been fortunate to be around IMCA racing since the beginning and a sponsor for over 40 years.” $200 MD3 product certificates go to second through seventh place drivers in standings for each of the five regions, and to second, third and fourth-place drivers in rookie standings for each Friesen Performance IMCA Modified region. Each of the top five drivers in national IMCA Sunoco Late Model national standings and the national [Read More]

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Performance Bodies awards more than $25,000 in 39th IMCA sponsorship season

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Performance Bodies nears completion of a fourth decade of IMCA sponsorship, renew­ing a generous program of awards for drivers in seven divisions.  The Cedar Falls, Iowa, high performance au­tomotive parts distributor and race car body manufacturer gives more than $25,000 in product certificates in its 39th sponsorship season. Performance Bodies also returns to national de­cal programs for IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks and as primary sponsor for IMCA Sunoco Late Model and IMCA Sunoco Stock Car rookie of the year programs. “Performance Bodies is honored to be partners with IMCA for 39 years,” said Brian Gerst. “We look forward to many more years of working together to support the sport of dirt track racing.” MD3 product certificates valued at $175 go to second through seventh place drivers in point standings, as well as the second, third and fourth-place drivers in rookie of the year standings in each of the five Modified regions.  Top five drivers in national Late Model points and the rookie of the year in that division each [Read More]