USMTS racers keep winning with Wilwood
Wilwood Disc Brakes returns in 2020 as the sponsor of the Lucky 7 Award providing contingency awards to the seventh-place finisher at every USMTS event during the year.
Additionally, one winner will be randomly drawn from all the drivers that finished seventh in the main event throughout the year to receive a complete brake kit.
Wilwood products are the result of hands-on dedication, working in close association with car builders and race teams to deliver cost-effective solutions capable of meeting the unique demands of dirt modified racing.
USMTS Modifieds present an entire gamut of unique challenges to racers and builders alike. They are a complicated blend of tightly controlled specifications and unlimited creativity.
As part of Wilwood’s contingency program, the 43-year-old company will add cash to the points fund for racers in the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s.
Founded by Bill Wood in 1977, Wilwood Engineering designs and manufactures high-performance disc brakes and components from their headquarters in Camarillo, California. Engineered and rigorously tested for any application, Wilwood enjoys unsurpassed braking quality and performance with sleek, modern designs.
From race cars to classic cars, Wilwood has the brakes to stop you. For more information, contact Wilwood Engineering at wilwood.com or calling Jim ‘Spike’ Logue at (805) 388-1188 x313. You can also follow Wilwood on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
The 2020 schedule for the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s is highlighted by 58 nights of racing at 33 unique dirt ovals as part of the 22nd season for the world’s Best of the Best in dirt modified racing.
The campaign will blast off at the I-37 Speedway in Pleasanton, Texas, on Friday, February 28, as part of a Lone Star State swing featuring six races over the course of nine days. The tireless USMTS touring titans will roll two hours south on Saturday, February 29, as they return to the South Texas Speedway in Corpus Christi before wrapping up the season-opening tripleheader on Sunday, March 1, at the Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige.
Fans and racers trek to the Big O Speedway in Ennis, Texas, for the 10th annual Texas Spring Nationals on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 5-7. The engines scream again three weeks later for the first of five crown jewels this season when the Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kan., hosts King of America X powered by Summit on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 26-28.
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USMTS OFFICIAL SPONSORS: American Racer Racing Tires, Casey’s, Chevrolet Performance, Compstar, CP-Carrillo, Eibach, Fast Shafts, FK Rod Ends, Intercomp, Jerovetz Motorsports Racing Parts, K1 RaceGear by Ryan Bowers Motorsports, KSE Racing Products, Malvern Bank, Mesilla Valley Transportation, MSD Performance, MTN DEW Zero Sugar, MyRacePass, Nitroquest Media, Pace Performance, PEM Racing Gears & Drivetrain, RacinDirt.com, Snickers, Summit Racing Equipment, Super Clean, VP Racing Fuels, Wrisco Industries.
USMTS PARTICIPATING SPONSORS: Boubin Tire & Automotive, Brodix Cylinder Heads, Duvall Electric, Eagle Moon Farm, JE Pistons, Miller Welders, PBM Performance Products, Rancho Milagro Racing, Rivers Edge Scrap Management, Tony Moro Powder Coat, Top of the World Ranch, YouDirt.com.
USMTS CONTINGENCY SPONSORS: AFCO Racing Products, Allstar Performance, Beyea Headers, BigDeal Car Care, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Bryke Racing, BSB Manufacturing, Champ Pans, Deatherage Opticians, E3 Spark Plugs, Edelbrock, Forty9 Designs, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hooker Harness, Integra Racing Shocks and Springs, Keyser Manufacturing, Maxima Racing Oils, Penske Racing Shocks, QA1, RacerWebsite.com, Real Racing Wheels, Simpson Performance Products, Swift Springs, Sybesma Graphics, Tire Demon, Wehrs Machine & Race Products, Wilwood Racing.