FLF RACECARS TO SPONSOR CRA SUPER SERIES ROOKIE PERFORMANCE AWARD Salem, IN (February 20, 2007) -- CRA Super Series officials have announced that FLF Racecars, formally Finishline Fabricating, located in Allegan, Michigan, will be an award...
FLF RACECARS TO SPONSOR CRA SUPER SERIES ROOKIE PERFORMANCE AWARD
Salem, IN (February 20, 2007) -- CRA Super Series officials have announced that FLF Racecars, formally Finishline Fabricating, located in Allegan, Michigan, will be an award sponsor with the series again in 2007. The FLF Racecars Rookie Performance Award will go to a randomly draw registered CRA Super Series Rookie Of The Year competitor who completes in at least 75% of the events during the 2007 CRA Super Series season. The winner will be drawn at the 2007 series awards banquet. The winner of the FLF Racecars Rookie Performance Award will receive a FLF Racecars Bare Offset Chassis from FLF Racecars. The award winning team will be responsible for the cost to complete the chassis to a rolling chassis.
FLF Racecars is owned and operated by veteran Late Model racer Tim Curry. Curry's business has become one of the top Outlaw Late Model chassis and body manufactures in the region. FLF Racecars started fabricating Template Late Model chassis's in 2003, and had seen that side of the business continue to grow each season. FLF Racecars is distributed in the South by Steve Dorer's Racecar Engineering in Lakeland, Florida, were FLF Racecars have become quite popular.
Curry took the FLF Racecars "House Car" to victory lane at Berlin Raceway on Saturday, May 27th, 2006 to get his first ever CRA Super Series victory. Curry made a late pass on Scott Hantz to get the victory after a tight three-way battle all race long that also included Billy Shotko. Many thought the event was one of the best ever CRA Super Series races in its ten year history. Earlier that day, Curry set a new series track record in claiming the fast qualifier award. Curry also got a fourth place finish at Kalamazoo Speedway and a sixth place finish at Toledo Speedway with the CRA Super Series in 2006.
Veteran racer Jack Landis took his FLF Racecar to victory in the series 2006 season opener on April 15th at Anderson Speedway. Landis made the pass on Andy Ponstein on lap 64 and went on to get the victory, his second with the CRA Super Series. Landis got a second place finish in the series event in July at Angola Motor Speedway.