Go Nuclear! Late Model Series Ready For 2013 Season Opening Events With Humberstone on Sunday and Can Am on Wednesday
Craig Revelle – Finish Line Web Design May 16, 2013 There are just a few days left before the first race on the schedule for the Go Nuclear Late Model Series kicks off their 2013 campaign. The popular series continues to grow each year, and Humberstone Speedway is just one of the new and exciting additions to this year’s schedule which will be broken up into a North and South division, allowing teams to follow a particular series and stay closer to home, or run all ten point events in both the north and south for a chance at an even bigger point fund. Both the Excel Tower Service North Division and the Peters Excavating South Division will get underway this week. Humberstone Speedway will be up first with the South Division on Sunday night with a 35 lap main event. The Excel Tower North Division kicks off on Wednesday night at Chapman’s Can Am Motorsports Park with a 25 lap main event. “Most of us have had a taste of racing at our local tracks, but we are ready to hit the road and get the Go Nuclear! Late Model Series started for 2013”, says competitor and series organizer, Shayne Tenace. “We are looking forward to bringing the series to Humberstone Speedway for the first time on Sunday, and making a return trip to Can Am on Wednesday”. Last year’s Go Nuclear! champion Dale Caswell will be back to defend his title, and will be challenged by many familiar faces and some new faces when the green flag flies to start the 2013 series. There will be a lot of cash up for grabs this season with the new divisional point funds worth $5000 each being added to supplement the $6000 fund previously in place, resulting in $16,000 being available for only 10 races (and one non-points race). Series competitor Greg Belyea of Excel Tower Service will sponsor the Northern Division, and Peters Excavating sponsoring the South Division is still pending. Competitors could win as much as $4000, with each of the divisional points championships paying $1250 to win and the overall points championship paying $1500 to the winner. Cars with attendance at all points events will also be entered into the 100% club contingency prize drawing, with all members receiving contingency prizes and the opportunity to win a brand new 604 crate engine. The “Atomic Power Racing Hour” program also returns with a minimum of six episodes. The popular show returns with its unique blend of in-car, on-track, and behind the scenes footage. “We received a tremendous amount of positive feedback on our first year programming and look forward to building from there,” said series organizer Shayne Tenace. “With any luck from mother nature and support from our series partners, we will have even more than six programs in 2013. The audience and value it brings is just so much higher than a traditional race event.” The Go Nuclear! Series is proud to associate ourselves with our many fine sponsors, without whom we could not be successful. We would like to thank Lias Tire, Bilstein Shock Absorbers, FX Caprara, Atomic Chassis, Tony D’Angelo A/V, Ed Carley Motorsports, Bernheisel Race Cars, Tenace Diversified LLC, King Landscaping and Finish Line Web Design for their support, as each company is an integral part of the success of our Series. We also want to thank the fans and competitors for their continued support this season. Today, more than ever, motorsports offers one of the most unique and effective opportunities to promote and sell products and services. Compared to other programs, motorsports marketing offers diverse demographics, economical promotional programs and a significant return on investment. The Go Nuclear! Late Model Series is currently seeking additional sponsors and marketing partners for the 2013 season. For more information, contact Shayne Tenace at email@example.com or call at 315-530-3591. For more information on the Go Nuclear! Late Model Challenge Series please check out our new website, www.gonuclearlatemodels.com.