More drivers taking advantage of incredible Moser contingency package
By IHRA Media
Sep 30, 2012
Everyone knows that the Summit SuperSeries presented by AMSOIL and Moser Engineering is the preeminent sportsman program for grassroots motorsports enthusiasts.
Great racing, incredible prize packages totaling over $200,000 and a shot at a world championship all from your home track, the Summit SuperSeries gives racers competing at their local track a chance to become a star and earn this sports biggest honor with minimal investment. And now throw in the brand new Moser Engineering contingency package for drivers advancing to the IHRA Summit Racing Equipment World Finals and the richest and most prestigious sportsman drag racing program in the country just got a whole lot more exciting.
In addition to partnering with the IHRA’s Summit SuperSeries and Summit Team Finals programs, Moser Engineering announced earlier this year that it will be paying both racers and tracks contingency at both events if they win while running a set of Moser axles. And so far that program has netted a number of drivers a lot more money.
From this past weekend alone Division 4 Mod winner and runner-up Jay Robinson and Tim Ray and their home tracks Lonestar Motorsports Park and Pine Valley Raceway and Division 1 Mod runner-up George Page and his track Motor Mile Dragway banked an extra $2,000 in addition to advancing to the IHRA Summit Racing Equipment SuperSeries World Championship presented by AMSOIL and Moser Engineering at Memphis International Raceway October 12-14.
And they are not alone.
Already this year multiple drivers including Aaron Brock and Pageland Dragway from Division 2 East, Dion Degnitz and Dan Farrell both from Wisconsin International Raceway from Division 5 and Brian Barby and Eagle Motorplex from Division 6 have all taken advantage of the incredible Moser contingency program.
Simply put 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 apiece from Moser Engineering. Each Summit Team Finals runner-up running a set of Moser axles and decal will receive $250 apiece.
That payout will continue at the Summit SuperSeries World Championship at Memphis International Raceway where both the Top and Mod champion and their home track will receive $500 if they run a set of Moser axles and decal.
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