World Series Contingency Tops $1 Million CRANDON, WI -- The Lucas Oil World Series of Off-Road Racing (WSORR) has announced its 2007 Racer Contingency Program has topped $1,000,000. Presently at $1,066,828.00, WSORR ...
World Series Contingency Tops $1 Million
CRANDON, WI -- The Lucas Oil World Series of Off-Road Racing (WSORR) has announced its 2007 Racer Contingency Program has topped $1,000,000.
Presently at $1,066,828.00, WSORR contingency is on track to break the all-time record for a published off-road racing contingency program.
"The interest and generosity of contingency sponsors for the 2007 WSORR season has been phenomenal," said Jim Conner, director of contingency for the Series. "Tire companies, shock and suspension makers, wheels, lights, electrical, racing seats -- they are all interested in the breakthrough product WSORR will be fielding this coming year," he said.
WSORR issues timely bulletins with contingency updates and the latest contingency sponsors on-board are Advanced Air Cleaner, Maxxis Tires, Toyo Tires, and a Toyo Tires Crandon Cup Races posting.
"We aren't done yet," said Conner. "There is more to come, more to announce."
WSORR is staffed by personnel that have nurtured the sport over many years and developed successful sponsor, competitor and contingency programs that have brought off-road racing to a high level in the Midwest and the U.S.
"We take the contingency area of our program very seriously," said Conner. A full time contingency staff works year-round not only to acquire the contingency awards for WSORR, but to ensure award program and products are available to the racers, and that the use of the product, decals and ID is correct and meets high standards. "Our number one goal is to ensure contingency sponsors receive an outstanding value for their participation in the World Series," he said.
WSORR's "Tour 2007" includes race weekends in Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin and Missouri. Conner emphasized that 100% of the contingency posting goes to WSORR racers.
WSORR is the largest off-road racing organization of its type and features 11 classes racing under three divisions ranging from Heavy Metal PRO trucks to high-revving buggies. WSORR combines the three divisions into one super show of off-road racing, unleashing one of the strongest, most explosive and thrilling forms of motorsports in the country today for live audiences as well as SPEED TV.
For more information about the World Series, the 2007 contingency program and to meet the "super stars of off-road racing", visit WSORR.com.