From Eric Bunn
Lebanon, IN — (March 13, 2013) — Bob and Janice East have announced that BEAST will have a contingency program for teams who are competing in the USSA Sprint Car Challenge Series Built by the UAW. The winner of each event will receive a $200 product certificate good at the BEAST Speed Shop, 1187 E. Northfield Drive in Brownsburg, IN. The series champion will take home a $500 certificate to the BEAST Speed Shop.
The program is open to all competitors who meet the criteria. They must display the familiar BEAST decal on both sides of the car and are not eligible if they have a decal from any other speed shop. The certificates will be sent along with the payment for each event.
“We are pleased that BEAST has agreed to support our competitors with a nice contingency program fort he 2013 racing season,’ said Eric Bunn, USSA’s Vice President. “As we rebuild non-wing pavement Sprint Car racing in the Midwest, the support of BEAST along with UAW Motorsports and our other sponsors is important to reaching that goal.”
The BEAST Speed Shop is a full service shop and can meet your needs for Silver Crown, Sprint and Midget Cars whether you run on dirt or pavement. The team at BEAST has been helping racers win for 25 years.
The 2013 Sprint Car Challenge Series opens at Anderson Speedway on Sunday April 14. Race fans will be able to enjoy a full afternoon of racing thrills. The program will feature qualifying, heat races and features for both the Sprint Car Challenge Series, Built by the UAW and the Mel Kenyon Midget Series. The sprint cars feature is scheduled for 100-laps and the Kenyon Midgets for 30-laps. Mel Kenyon will join the Sprint Car Challenge Series, Built by the UAW and Mel Kenyon Midget Series drivers for a fan appreciation autograph session.