Champion Racing Oil to Display Updated 410 Sprint Car Rule Changes at PRI
Champion Racing Oil will display a 410 sprint project car at the Dec. 6-8 PRI Show in Indianapolis customized for rule changes recently announced by the Sprint Car Council and World of Outlaws.
The Sprint Car Council, composed of 410 sanctioning bodies and race tracks, met earlier this year to review and adapt recommendations. Changes will affect the following components: Chassis support bars, slip joints, wing T-post, steel LF radius rods and rod ends, left and right nerf bars, elimination of bolt to bolt axle tethers, Securing fuel cells and chassis support bars.
All chassis will be required to have additional bars installed to support and decrease the span between the front and rear uprights. The new support bars must be an addition to the front and rear uprights conforming to the measurements allowed by World of Outlaws Series officials.
The car set for display in Champion’s PRI booth (No. 1455) was built by Jack Elam of J&J Auto Racing, based in McKenzie, Tennessee. Jack and Bonnie Elam will make appearances at the Champion booth during the PRI Show.
For nearly 40 years, Jack Elam has been manufacturing racecars. The dedication to quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and willingness to build exactly what his customers ask for have helped J&J Auto Racing be recognized as the 410 Sprint Car Builder/Manufacturer of the Year, according to Champion.
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