The inaugural Speed51 Super Select, a $10,000-to-win All-Star event for Super Late Models, at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana is less than one month away. As the days count down, the number of contingency awards being added to the pot for the nation’s best Super Late Model drivers continues to increase.
Buzze Racing is the latest company to put their name behind the Speed51 Super Select. The family-owned company from Mooresville, North Carolina will be the sponsor of the #GearUpToWin Hard Charger Award.
The #GearUpToWin Hard Charger Award will pay $555 to whichever driver improves the most positions from start to finish in the 75-lap feature event.
“Obviously five is our family number. I had it when I raced and Tom continues with it in our Modified,” explained Tom Buzze of Buzze Racing.
Buzze Racing joins a long list of other companies now involved with the Speed51 Super Select as contingency sponsors.
The inaugural Speed51 Super Select is a winner-take-all non-points event sanctioned by the Champion Racing Association. The event is a 75-lap, three-segment race, paying $10,000 to the winner.
The Speed51 Super Select boasts a deep and diverse entry list of Super Late Model talent from across the United States, including Bubba Pollard, Harrison Burton, Johnny VanDoorn, Brian Campbell and many more. Winners of touring series events from all around the country were invited to take part in the inaugural event.
The latest entry list for the race can be viewed now by clicking here.
A limited number of additional invites will be sent out to 2018 race winners prior to the Speed51 Super Select on September 8. Drivers who do not receive an invite are encouraged to file an entry for the 30-lap qualifying race, “The Open,” that will be held prior to the main event. An entry form for “The Open” race can be found by clicking here.
A detailed event schedule for the Speed51 Super Select can be found by clicking here.
Plenty of sponsorship opportunities remain for the inaugural Speed51 Super Select. Please contact Bob Dillner at [email protected] Adam Mackey at [email protected] more information regarding advertising with the Speed51 Super Select.
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About Champion Racing Association
Champion Racing Association, established in 1997 with the ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS. The Champion Racing Association is one of the top sanctioning bodies for short track racing in the United States, and serves as the sanctioning body for the ARCA/CRA Super Series, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, CRA Late Model Sportsman and CRA Street Stocks. For more information on the Champion Racing Association, visit cra-racing.com.
About Track Enterprises
Track Enterprises is a premier racing promoter in the midwest and operates from their offices in Macon, IL. Track Enterprises operates dirt racing facilities in Macon, IL and Paducah, KY. Track Enterprises also promotes events at the Springfield Mile in Springfield, IL, DuQuoin Mile in DuQuoin, IL, Terre Haute Action Track in Terre Haute, IN, Lucas Oil Speedway in Indianapolis, IN, the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, IN as well as events at other facilities. For more information on Track Enterprises, visit trackenterprises.com.