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Topic: Brodix adds Friesen Series awards to Deery,national I.M.C.A. contingency program in 2
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posted February 10, 2003 09:51 PM
Brodix adds Friesen Series awards to Deery,
national I.M.C.A. contingency program in 2003
MENA, Ark. (Feb. 11) - The I.M.C.A. Sunoco Late Model contingency award package offered by Brodix, Inc., ex-pands this season to include the Friesen Chevrolet Challenge Series.
Champion of the Nebraska-based tour earns a set of Brodix cylinder heads. The Mena, Ark., company will again give cylinder head sets to national and Deery Series champions and rookies of the year.
All drivers must display two Brodix decals on their race cars to be eligible and rookies have to sign and return a reg-istration form, published in the points sec-tion of the monthly I.M.C.A. newsletter. The deadline for mailing the rookie sign-up form to the I.M.C.A. home office in Vinton is Aug. 1.
The 2003 Late Model point season runs from Friday, April 25 through Sunday, Aug. 24.
Opening night for the Deery Series is Saturday, March 29 at Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City, Iowa, and the first Friesen Series event is scheduled for Friday, April 25 at The Speed Bowl in Red Cloud, Neb.
Information about Brodix cylinder heads is available by calling the company at (501) 394-1075, or via the company website, at www.brodix.com.
"Brodix has been instrumental in the development of our Late Model program. As our numbers grow in Nebraska, the Friesen Challenge Series deserves attention as a quality touring series for I.M.C.A. Late Models," said I.M.C.A. Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. "Brodix recognizes that as well and wants to reward the champion with a set of cylinder heads."