FK Rod Ends Back to Support 2020 USRA “Hard Chargers”

SOUTHINGTON, Connecticut — Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series competitors will be recognized as the FK Rod Ends Hard Charger for the highest-finishing driver that most improves his or her starting spot to finishing position in select feature races this year.

The nation’s premier manufacturer of precision rod ends and spherical bearings, FK Rod Ends is returning as the Official Rod Ends of the USRA and will present the FK Hard Charger Award at 20 select events in 2020.

The FK Rod Ends Hard Charger Award recipient will collect a $100 cash award at the following events and select divisions.

With American-made quality and dependability, FK Rod Ends came onto the scene more than 35 years ago and quickly won over their customers with fair pricing and plenty of inventory. While the industrial market struggled to get product from the old standbys, the racing market embraced a supplier that would maintain inventory throughout the limited season.

Over the years, the FK Rod Ends product line has grown to encompass many different industries. From the wilds of Baja Mexico to the touring titans of the USMTS, from mowers to care for your lawn to fitness equipment to groom your body, you’ll find FK Rod Ends.

To learn more about FK Rod Ends, call 800-662-4003 or visit them online at You can also like FK Rod Ends on Facebook, visit them on Instagram and follow on Twitter.

The USRA will host its annual awards banquet on Saturday, January 25, at the Ameristar Casino Hotel in Kansas City. This year’s party will once again be a joint effort for both the USRA and United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS). Call (515) 832-6000 for more information or to order tickets.

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FK Rod Ends Back to Support 2020 USRA “Hard Chargers”