MT: Rookie program news 2007-01-01

Roltek Shifts Gears into ASAMT Rookie Program Roltek Transmissions, a division of BoreRite INC has joined forces with the American Speed Associations Midwest Tour to sponsor its Rookie of the Year program. Roltek Transmission, owned by Todd...

Roltek Shifts Gears into ASAMT Rookie Program

Roltek Transmissions, a division of BoreRite INC has joined forces with the American Speed Associations Midwest Tour to sponsor its Rookie of the Year program. Roltek Transmission, owned by Todd Bombaci and Mark Barney is located in Hartland, WI and is literally located in the heart of Super Late Model racing in the Midwest.

"It's a perfect fit for us" stated owner Todd Bombaci. "The American Speed Association Midwest Tour is exactly what the Midwest needed and we strongly believe that this series will bring back some life in Super Late Model racing", He added. This Series is in our back yard and we feel that supporting the Midwest Tour was the absolute right thing to do, stated co-owner Mark Barney.

Roltek Transmissions will present a brand new transmission worth $4000 to the 2007 Rookie of the Year Candidate at the season ending Championship Banquet. "This is a great way to start off our ROY program", stated Series VP Steve Einhaus. "These guys build some of the best Transmissions in the country and to have them present this to our 2007 ROY is a tremendous bonus", He remarked.

"We are building one of the best super late model point fund and contingency award programs in the Midwest and this is a great way to begin the New Year", exclaimed Einhaus. "Todd and Mark are always available for the racers at area events and I think that is a key to their success", He added.

Roltek Transmissions has been a voice in the racing world for many years building Transmissions for some of the best teams in the United States and in Europe. Specializing in high performance lightweight transmissions, and accessories for all of your racing needs. Roltek Transmissions are winning races all over the world. Shouldn't you be running Roltek Products?

-credit: asamt

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