Salem, IN (October 15, 2001) & ...
Salem, IN (October 15, 2001) – Champion Racing Association officials announced today that Liquid Transport Corp would be the sponsor of the first ever Street Stock event at Indianapolis Raceway Park in the Key Bank Racing Festival October 20th and 21st. The Liquid Transport Corp 100 will pit fifty of the best Street Stock drivers in the Mid-west in a grueling 100-lap event for a $2,000 to win payday.
“We are going to see the best Street Stock drivers from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio compete for the first time ever on the 5/8 mile Indianapolis Raceway Park Oval”, remarked R.J. Scott, a Managing Partner of Champion Racing Association, “ I would like to thank Liquid Transport Corp for their support of this huge event.”
With as many as 70 Street Stock drivers expected, drivers will have to race their way into the Liquid Transport Corp 100. There will be four Qualifying Races for the Street Stocks on Saturday, October 20th, the top ten finishers of each qualifying race will transfer automatically to the Liquid Transport Corp 100. The remaining drivers will compete in a 20 lap Last Chance Race on Sunday, October 21st, with the top ten finishers transferring to the Liquid Transport Corp 100 later in the day on Sunday.
Liquid Transport Corp, better known as LTC, is a premier bulk transport company based in Indianapolis, Indiana. LTC has been a profitable chemical distribution company for over 60 years. LTC employees 800 associates, more than 600 truck drivers and operates 24 trucking terminals in 14 states. LTC provides bulk tank Transport and distribution solutions for clean liquid chemicals like surfactants, soaps, alcohols and also lubes and solvents. LTC is a privately incorporated company owned by company chairman Rex Ecoff. LTC has been the Primary Sponsor of Kendall Late Model Series driver David Ecoff, son of Rex Ecoff.