March 4, 2021


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Speedway Motors Continues Support Of IMCA

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LINCOLN, Neb. – Speedway Motors, a high perfor­mance parts manufacturer, retailer and distributor, will continue...

LINCOLN, Neb. – Speedway Motors, a high perfor­mance parts manufacturer, retailer and distributor, will continue as the title sponsor of the IMCA Super Nationals, set for Sept. 6-11 at Boone Speedway in Boone, Iowa.

This year marks Speedway Motors’ 42nd consecutive year as an IMCA partner.

Speedway Motors offers more than 250,000 products for circle track, street, muscle and rod enthusiasts.

“We are more than a speed shop or parts supplier. Our technicians are racing on the weekends and building projects too,” said Speedway Motors President and owner Clay Smith. “We are proud to continue to support IMCA and help customers in all nine IMCA divisions build their dreams in 2021, while keeping racing safe, fun and affordable for many years to come.”

In addition to returning as the title sponsor of Super Nationals, one of the nation’s premier dirt track events, Speedway Motors will also continue an exclusive program backing weekly racing at more than 200 tracks in the United States and Canada.

For the 14th consecutive year, the Speedway Motors Weekly Racing program will help IMCA tracks defray ongoing costs by providing jackets, promoter and tech official shirts, as well as dis­counts for tech inspec­tion equipment, flags and signage.

Complementary decals and feature winner hats are part of the popular program as well.

Top eligible finishers in regional standings for modifieds, stock cars and hobby stocks, and in the national Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod standings, will re­ceive a pair of TruCoil springs.

Rookie drivers who obtain their first feature win and who complete the rookie application process receive a $100 gift certificate during the season. Speedway Motors’ post-season awards include helmets for all national divisional champi­ons.

Speedway Motors is IMCA’s longest tenured sponsor, with a relationship to the sanctioning body dating back to the 1950’s.

The company opened a second distribution center in Phoenix, Ariz., last year and announced plans earlier this month to open a similar facility in Kearneysville, W.Va.

“IMCA has partnered with Speedway Motors longer than any other sponsor and that longevity is something both companies are extremely proud of,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “We’ve developed a great personal and professional relationship with the team at Speedway Motors and it is the main reason we have both been so successful for so many years.”

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