NORWALK, Ohio (January 27, 2012) – Listen up Summit SuperSeries tracks and racers – if you dream of one day making it to the Summit Team Finals presented by Moser Engineering and eventually the IHRA World Finals at Memphis International Raceway then you can’t afford not to run a set of axles from Moser Engineering.
In addition to partnering with the IHRA’s Summit SuperSeries and Summit Team Finals grassroots programs, Moser Engineering has announced that it will also be paying both racers and tracks big contingency at both events if they win while running a set of Moser axles.
If a driver wins his or her Summit SuperSeries runoff at their Summit Team Finals event while running a set of Moser axles and displaying the required Moser decal, both the racer and the track that the racer calls home will receive $500 from Moser Engineering. Each Summit Team Finals runner-up running a set of Moser Axles and decal will receive $250.
That payout will continue at the Summit SuperSeries World Championship at Memphis International Raceway where both the Top and Modified champions and their home tracks will receive $500 apiece if they run a set of Moser axles and decal in addition to the already lucrative championship prize packages both champions receive.
This program is going to be unique in the way it rewards the racer and the home track for supporting Moser Engineering and the Summit SuperSeries,” said Jeff Anderson, Marketing Director for Moser Engineering. “We are honored to get this opportunity and this should quickly become a growing and successful program for the sportsman racers.”
The Summit SuperSeries is one of the fastest growing and most successful grassroots drag racing programs in the sport. Since 2002, the Summit SuperSeries has crowned nearly two dozen champions from all over the world and awarded over $1 million in cash and prizes.
For more information on this and other great IHRA programs visit www.ihra.com for complete details and for more information on Moser Engineering visit www.moserengineering.com
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