Mar 17, 2009 03:43 PM EDT
$10,000-to-win Enduro Big One Polesitter to be Determined On April 4
By RICH VLECK
DUNDEE, NY - The largest paying FWD 4-cylinder enduro may still be nearly seven months away, but the event to determine the polesitter is just around the corner.
The winner of the $1,000-to-win Enduro event on Saturday, April 4 will covet the top spot for the $10,000-to-win National Parts Peddler Enduro Big One on November 7.
Being ahead at the beginning of that 100-lap race in November is going to be critical, commented BRS Owner Dean Hoag. Not only will the winner of the April race get the pole though, they will also pick up $1,000!
Teams are also urged to sign up now for your preferred car numbers. Car numbers will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis, so if you want to ensure you wont have to change your paint scheme, send in your entry fee of $40 to 209 Fuller Ave., Corning, NY 14830.
In addition to the April 4 race, enduro teams are also encouraged to show up on Friday Night, April 3, for test, tune and tinker night. Along with a multitude of practice sessions, FWD enduro teams can enter their car with a lady in a challenge race with BRS RWD Ladies 4-cylinder competitors. This challenge event will pay $300 to the winning lady.
Also, remember that top-10 starting spots are still available to racetracks that want to make their event a qualifier. For more information on that, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.