CRA: Contingency sponsor renews

Salem, IN (November 20, 2003) -- Port City Racecars has agreed to continue their sponsorship of the Sunoco Super Series for the upcoming 2004 race season. The 2004 season will be the fourth straight season that Port City Racecars has supported the...

Salem, IN (November 20, 2003) -- Port City Racecars has agreed to continue their sponsorship of the Sunoco Super Series for the upcoming 2004 race season. The 2004 season will be the fourth straight season that Port City Racecars has supported the Sunoco Super Series as an A Program Contingency Sponsor. Port City Racecars will award a $100 Product Certificate to the highest finishing driver in a Port City Chassis at every Sunoco Super Series event in 2004. Port City Racecars will also award the highest finishing driver in a Port City Chassis in the final 2004 Sunoco Super Series season points with a $400 Product Certificate.

Port City Chassis's won eight events with the Sunoco Super Series in 2003 led by veteran Michigan racer Fred Campbell with three wins. Series veteran Jeff Lane collected two wins in 2003 and a 4th place finish in final Sunoco Super Series points. Chuck Barnes Jr. won the Hubler Automotive Group / Blake Carburetion Rookie Of The Year award in a Port City Chassis, he also finished 8th in the final series points. Other Sunoco Super Series drivers collecting wins in a Port City Chassis in 2003 include 2002 Rookie Of The Year Andy Ponstein, 1997 Sunoco Super Series Champion Kenny Tweedy and 1998 Sunoco Super Series Champion Brian Rievley.

Port City Racecars has been a leader in the Chassis Manufacturing business for several years. Located in Muskegon, Michigan, Port City Racecars has supplied racers all over the United States with winning chassis's and chassis components.

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Series Stock car
Drivers Andy Ponstein , Jeff Lane