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Auto Meter Products posts Contingency Awards for PMRA Teams

SYCAMORE, IL (February 21, 2007) – The Pro Modified Racing Association is pleased to announce that instrument giant Auto Meter Products will be posting contingency awards at each of the PMRA series events for 2007.

Auto Meter offers its customers the most extensive line of technologically advanced, competition-inspired, and race-proven instruments of any aftermarket automotive instrument supplier in the world today.

“Auto Meter is pleased to support the PMRA again in 2007,” explained Marc Erickson, Director of Motorsports of Auto Meter Products. “The PMRA is a good series with great teams. They do a good job on and off the track with their venues, the fans, and the series sponsors.”

The PMRA contingency programs are designed to increase the sponsor’s product sales and exposure to the target market of the series teams and to their fans.

“We will present a contingency award to the low qualifier and winner of each of the PMRA drag racing series events in 2007,” added Erickson.”

“Having Auto Meter Products on board with the PMRA again this season will be great for our series,” stated Bruce F. Mehlenbacher, Director of Operations of the PMRA. “Auto Meter Products is the most respected manufacturer of high quality, performance aftermarket instrumentation, tachometers, and gauges.”

For nearly 50 years, Auto Meter products have been providing top competitors the power of information. Its instruments have run on virtually every competition course in North America, and can be found relaying critical information to drivers in all types of motorsports from record-setting 300 mph-plus passes at Bonneville to hot laps on the high banks of Daytona. Every gauge, tachometer, and data acquisition system is designed and engineered with the power and precision necessary to communicate the exact information top race teams demand in the most intense competition environments.Auto Meter Products will provide the information needed to cross the finish line first. It has been supplying that information for 49 years. For more information contact Auto Meter at 815.895.8141 or visit Auto Meter

The Pro Modified Racing Association (PMRA), Pro Modified Racing Association, will travel to several drag strips in 2007, including Toronto Motorsports Park for two dates, Lancaster Raceway Park in New York State, Sanair in Quebec and the western Ontario track of Grand Bend Motorplex. The PMRA has enjoyed strong fan popularity and will present some of the best in Pro Modified racing for 2007.

In 2006, the tour was a great success for the series, finishing with a different winner at each event during the two-year history of the PMRA. Joe Boniferro and Kasey Janzen tied in points last year and were crowned co-champions over the other Ontario, Michigan, New York, and Pennsylvania teams.

For more information, contact Bruce F. Mehlenbacher [email protected]

About the Pro Modified Racing Association (PMRA):
The Pro Modified Racing Association started late in 2004 and is entering its third year of operation. The PMRA is a self-governing organization, with technical and safety rules as outlined by the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) and the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA). Cars in the PMRA capture the true spirit of hot rodding, and the class is one of drag racing’s most exciting and volatile classes, offering a diverse group of racecars with different types of 2,000-horsepower engines. Combining classic body styles and modern equipment, constructors are permitted, within established rules and parameters, to modify and enhance the cars in both appearance and performance. The cars are fuelled by gasoline or methanol, propelling them down the quarter-mile in low six-second times at over 200 miles per hour. The PMRA provides drag race fans the opportunity to see, hear, and experience the popular Pro Modifieds, known as "the world's fastest door slammers".
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