MECHANIX WEAR - the official gloves of USAC. Mechanix Wear of Valencia, Calif. returns for the second year as the Official Gloves of the United States Auto Club in 2003. The car entrant victor of each race in the USAC Weld Racing Silver ...
MECHANIX WEAR - the official gloves of USAC.
Mechanix Wear of Valencia, Calif. returns for the second year as the Official Gloves of the United States Auto Club in 2003.
The car entrant victor of each race in the USAC Weld Racing Silver Crown, National and Western Sprint Car and National and Western Midget Car Series for 2003 will benefit from a contingency program established by Mechanix Wear and USAC and year-end awards will be awating each series car entrant champion. In addition, Mechanix Wear is also providing gloves and apparel for the working officials in the USAC National and Western Series.
"We are very pleased to have Mechanix Wear return for a second year and we both are committed to expanding this program in the years ahead," said Steve Farmer, USAC Director of Sales/Marketing. "Mechanix Wear has a very high profile in NASCAR/IRL/NHRA and other forms of our sport and it is our hope that we can offer the stage for them to do the same with USAC. Mechanix Wear and USAC, through the added new avenue of the Speed Channel in 2003, expect this goal to be realized."
"USAC welcomes Mechanix Wear back again this year as a highly regarded business partner," said USAC President/CEO Rollie Helmling. "Many of our racing teams use Mechanix Wear products not only at the track but also at the shop. We appreciate Mechanix Wear's support of our teams and their desire to expand their business through their involvement with USAC."
"Mechanix Wear is very proud to be part of USAC's 2003 racing series," said Ted Abdon, Director of Racing for Mechanix Wear. "We look forward to the positive exposure our product will receive when being used by USAC officials and competitors. USAC completes our marketing goals for the racing industry when added to our existing programs in NASCAR, NHRA, CART, IRL, ARCA and AMA Supercross."