“We are looking for as many ways as we can to put dollars back into the pockets of our loyal race teams,” stated Bill Catania, Short Track Management CEO. “Aside from having one of the highest weekly purses in the country at just north of $30,000 weekly, we will continue to seek these types of opportunities so that our on-track racing program will continue to be the best it can be for our fans.”
Stateline and Eriez speedways have a combined 49 racing events on tap for 2015 with openers kicking off on April 25 at Stateline and May 3 at Eriez, according to an announcement.
Highlights of the season include the World of Outlaws Late Models, Renegades of Dirt Modifieds, Patriot Sprint Cars, Empire Super Sprints and ULMS Late Model events.
The Contingency Connection coordinates one of the biggest motorsports event-marketing programs in the country with nearly 100 tracks and traveling series, 100 performance manufacturers and sponsors, and over 5 million attendees, the company noted.
Additionally, its AERA-sponsored Engine Professional Rewards program includes 2,500 engine builders and machine shops in the U.S. and Canada.