Radical Race Gear and Dave's Body Shop Create Extra Incentive for ISMA Teams
OSWEGO, N.Y. (June 3, 2014) - The International Supermodified Association (ISMA) is pleased to announce their two newest contingency sponsors for the 2014 racing season, which kicks-off on Saturday, June 7 at Oswego Speedway (NY). Radical Race Gear and Dave's Body Shop in Kirkville, New York have stepped up to provide extra incentives for race teams this upcoming season.
Radical Race Gear, which provides race teams the gear to look like a champion and be a champion, will present a $100 Radical Race Gear gift certificate to the driver that leads the most laps during each ISMA event in 2014. In order to be eligible for this prize, teams will need to display a Radical Race Gear decal on the outer right side of their upper wing.
In addition to the weekly contingency prize, Radical Race Gear will be providing the driver that leads the most laps during the season, as well as the 2014 ISMA champion, with a pair of high-quality driving gloves at the end of the season. You can keep up with who's in the running for this prize by visiting the leader board on the front page of www.ismasupers.com
Dave's Body Shop located at 1134 Chestnut Ridge Road in Kirkville, New York will be presenting $50 each race to the sixth-place finisher (in honor of "Irish" Jack Murphy) and the eighth-place finisher (in honor of Jim Shampine) in each of the three ISMA heat races at Oswego Speedway on August 30, 2014. Additionally, Dave's Body Shop will present $100 to the third-place finisher (in honor of Jim Soule) in the ISMA feature event that same evening.
More information on the International Supermodified Association can be found by visiting www.ismasupers.com, "Liking" ISMA on Facebook by searching "ISMA", or by following @ISMASupers on Twitter.
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