KANSAS CITY, Mo. (March 8, 2011)- When it comes down to it, the Super Chevy Show series presented by GM Performance Division has the potential to spark mutually beneficial relationships between sponsors and drag racers. Because the series is owned by a group of drag racing tracks that hold events ranging from weekly bracket races to national events, the Super Chevy Shows are always packed with hundreds of racers.
Car counts at such events average more than 300 cars, with Maple Grove Raceway tipping the scales at over 650 racer entries in 2010. These large numbers of participating cars have grasped the attention of many major companies, causing them to become involved in the Super Chevy Show series contingency program.
The program provides an opportunity for product manufacturers to post product contingency awards in its top two bracket racing classes
KANSAS CITY, Mo — (Feb. 17, 2011) The Super Chevy Show presented by GM Performance Division season kick-off at Palm Beach International Raceway (PBIR) will feature the Toyo Tires Autocross, in addition to Car Show, Drag Race, and Swap Meet action.