|Company||Precise Racing Products|
|Address||PO Box 135|
Sarver, Pennsylvania 16055
|State / Province||Pennsylvania|
|ZIP / Postal Code||16055|
(2021) – The growth of Precise Racing Products’ IMCA awards program will reflect the growth of the RaceSaver Sprint Car division in the Northeast United States.
Top 10 finishers in point standings for the Allegheny Sprint Tour, Laurel Highlands Sprint Series, Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series and Pennsylvania Sprint Series all receive $50 gift cards from the Sarver, Pa., high performance parts supplier and Hoosier Mid Atlantic race tire distributor this season.
Also new is a $500 cash award for the Pennsylvania state champion.
“The IMCA RaceSaver presence in this region has grown tremendously,” noted Precise Vice President of Operations Bob Wirts. ”This is one way we can give awards to many of our customers who race in the area under the IMCA banner.”
Precise also gives $50 gift cards to each Sprint Car state champion and $500 in cash to the national Sprint Car rookie of the year.
“RaceSaver has high car counts. There is a lot of veteran talent out there, and a lot of younger talent, too,” Wirts said. “I already get a lot of phone calls from drivers. It’s going to be exciting when word about this program gets on the street.”
Qualifiers for the main event at the RaceSaver Nationals also receive $50 gift cards. Precise also has a location in Finksburg, Md., and is in its 10th season of IMCA sponsorship. drivers must display two Precise Racing Products logos on their race car to be eligible for cash or gift card awards.
Information about Precise products is available by calling 800 651-5164 and at the www.preciseracing.com website.
“The IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car division has seen some tremendous growth over the past five years, thanks in part to the support of our great regional and national sponsors,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder commented. “Precise Racing Products has always been a tremendous asset nationwide, but specifically in the Northeast those drivers are going to benefit even more from their involvement in 2021.”