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Holley offers options for IMCA award recipients

by John Gibson on March 3, 2011

Based on recent changes for engine options for IMCA drivers, have resulted in new contingency award programs from Holley Performance. The top three eligible drivers in each of the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car region will receive either a 350 or 500 cfm carburetor from Holley. The fourth and fifth place finishers will receive product certificates in the amount of $100 and the sixth through tenth finishers will receive $50 product certificates.

For more information on Holley visit their homepage at Holley.com, and for more news on the IMCA check out their home on the web at IMCA.com

IMCA drivers will have more reasons to race now thanks to Holley. (image credit: IMCA.com)  

The new rules were outlined in the official release – Stock Car drivers can run an unlimited cubic inch engine with a 350 Holley or a limited cubic engine with a 500 Holley beginning this season. The crate engine option that has been in place for Northern SportMods is new for Southern SportMods in 2011. “We are going to be tracking which drivers are participating with which engine and carburetor combination this season and we need to reward those drivers with the appropriate prize package at season’s end,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “Holley continues to be the industry leader and will give away nearly two dozen carburetors to IMCA racers by season’s end.”

To be eligible for the reward program drivers in all five divisions must compete with Holley-manufactured carburetors and proof of purchase may be required. Modified, Stock Car and SportMod drivers must complete and return a sign-up form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1.  Stock Car drivers are also required to display two Holley decals on their race cars.

Reward programs are also avaible for the IMCA modified and late model divisions. For more information please check out the official press release by clicking here.

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