IN (March 17, 2009) -- Hoosier Racing Tire is pleased to announce that it
will again offer a generous contingency program to NASA members in 2009.
decision to launch a Hoosier Racing Tire contingency program for NASA in 2008
instantly paid big dividends by generating tons of support from NASA
competitors. Hoosier shod drivers dominated in the open tire classes at the
2008 NASA Nationals resulting in 16 out of 18 possible championships,"
said Bruce Foss, Hoosier Racing Tire Road Racing Product Manager.
added, "The continuation and expansion of the NASA contingency program for
2009 is a logical progression. We look forward to the exciting and successful
benefits for Hoosier Racing Tire and competitors using the Hoosier
assure that NASA competitors understand Hoosier's value of their support,
Hoosier Racing Tire has expanded the contingency program this year to include
the Time Trial competitors, as well as, all the classes that were included last
year. The purpose of this program is to reward the success of those drivers and
ensure Hoosier Racing Tire remains the tire of choice for NASA racers in 2009.
fantastic that Hoosier Racing Tire has expanded their contingency program
available to NASA competitors," said Jeremy Croiset, NASA's Sponsorship
Manager. "We work very hard to deliver the best support programs for our
drivers and we are confident that our racers will be very excited about this
open tire classes (including Time Trial classes) will be eligible for this
program. The program will award each 1st place finisher with two (2)
free tires if there are three or more starters in the class and 2nd
place will be awarded with one (1) free tire if there are five or more starters
in the class. The program includes all NASA regions.
details and information on the Hoosier Racing Tire contingency program can be
found by clicking here.