USRC: Two contingency programs announced

DMS NORTH AMERICA AND MSI (MOORE-SPORT INC.) ANNOUNCE A CONTINUATION OF THEIR CONTINGENCY PROGRAMS FOR THE 2007 UNITED STATES RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP Laughlin, Nevada (February 7, 2007) DMS North America (DMS) and MSI (Moore-Sport Inc.) have...

DMS NORTH AMERICA AND MSI (MOORE-SPORT INC.) ANNOUNCE A CONTINUATION OF THEIR CONTINGENCY PROGRAMS FOR THE 2007 UNITED STATES RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP

Laughlin, Nevada (February 7, 2007) DMS North America (DMS) and MSI (Moore-Sport Inc.) have announced a continuation of two Contingency and Support Programs for the 2007 United States Rally Championship (USRC).

Competitors are invited to register for both Contingency and Support Programs with the Series Administrator of the United States Rally Championship. Registered teams must display decals identifying the sponsors of the Contingency Program on the competition vehicles. Photos and information about the registered team will be required.

A rally competitor will qualify for cash payouts and discounts under this Program by presenting a valid USAC Rally License or a NASA Rally Sport License. The DMS Program will be administered through DMS North America and its Trained Dealer Network across the country (see list at www.dmsnorthamerica.com/distributors). The MSI headquarters in Blainville, Quebec, will administer the MSI Program.

DMS North America has been a major supplier for competition suspension for both gravel and tarmac rally cars. DMS has introduced some new high-end systems to continue to stay on top of the competition and offer products to all levels of competitors from amateur racers to professional factory backed teams.

At every event, the highest placed registered competitor will receive at his option either a DMS service kit or a $100 cash payout. All registered competitors will continue receiving a 10 percent discount on all DMS products.

At every event, the highest placed registered competitors will receive from MSI a cash payout of $150 in the Open Class and $100 in the Production / Group N Class.

"Our companies have a long history in rallying. We are eminently interested in continuing our support of the competitors in the United States Rally Championship and the related Regional Series," said Mark Moore, the Managing Director of DMS North America.

Michael Taylor, President of the United States Rally Championship, Inc., added: "DMS and MSI companies are coming back to us for the second season of their support of the United States Rally Championship with an expanded Contingency Program. We are grateful to DMS and MSI for their support of US rallying."

-credit: usrc

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