Maximum Motorsports Adds Second Contingency Program For American Iron Series SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF. - Maximum Motorsports will expand its NASA contingency-awards program in both the American Iron and American Iron Extreme classes in 2006. New...
Maximum Motorsports Adds Second Contingency Program For American Iron Series
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF. - Maximum Motorsports will expand its NASA contingency-awards program in both the American Iron and American Iron Extreme classes in 2006.
New this year is a second contingency-prize program for AI and AIX racers participating in NASA's National Championships event at Mid- Ohio, in September. MM-equipped contestants finishing first through fourth will earn amounts that increase with the number of MM products used. A class winner will receive a minimum of $500, and up to $1,100. These National Championships prizes are in addition to normal MM contingency awards posted in specified NASA regions.
Last season, MM awarded more than $6,000 in contingency cash to 13 winning drivers in NASA's American Iron and American Iron Extreme classes. Among them were four regional AI or AIX champions, plus six runners-up.
Eligibility for these NASA contingency programs is not automatic. To learn how to qualify for MM awards, visit www.maximummotorsports.com or call (805)544-8748. Or contact John Lindsey at NASA www.nasaproracing.com More detail is also available on the contingency section of www.americanironracing.com
Steeda Autosports Announces Expanded Contingency Program for the NASA American Iron Racing Program
The National Auto Sports Association is pleased to announce that Steeda Autosports has awarded an expanded and exciting contingency program for the NASA American Iron (AI) racing series. This includes both the American Iron and American Iron Extreme classes.
The total program is worth over $50,000 dollars. For each regional race, It awards $250 dollars to each 1st place winner, $150 dollars to each 2nd place racer, and $50 dollars to each 3rd place racer. In addition, Steeda is awarding a $3,000 dollar National Championship prize for the 1st Annual Mid-Ohio Championship to be help in September 2006.
Further details and contingency qualifications for the racers can be received by contacting Austin Craig at Steeda Autosports www.steeda.com <http://www.steeda.com> , or the NASA Pro Racing website www.nasaproracing.com <http://www.nasaproracing.com> , or the American Iron Racing website at www.americanironracing.com <http://www.americanironracing.com>