The company building the winning engine in the Sept. 6 opening night Deery Brothers Summer Series main event will re ceive a $1,000 product certificate and the individual engine builder will get a $100 check from SuperFlow.
The winning driver will also receive a 2011 IMCA competitor’s license compliments of SuperFlow.
SuperFlow will award a $500 product certificate to the company that builds the winning engine in each Modified qualify ing feature Wednesday through Friday, as well as $25 cash to the individual engine builder.
The prizes increase on Saturday as the company building the engine of the main event winner will receive a $1,000 product certificate and the engine builder gets $100.
The champion will receive their 2011 IMCA Modified license courtesy of SuperFlow.
“We are again excited to support the engine builders at Super Nationals. They are integral to the success of these rac ers,” said SuperFlow president Scott Giles, “and we want to make sure they are not forgotten about.”
More information about the Engine Builders Challenge is posted at www.superflow.com/supernationals.html.
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