LEICESTER, N.Y. — Thanks to the support of the International Hot Rod Association’s great partners, twelve drivers went home as round-prize winners from the IHRA Sportsman Spectacular presented by Hagerty and Moser Engineering at Empire Dragway.
Four drivers received $50 Summit Racing Equipment certificates for the best losing packages in round 1. Pete Curpier was the Box round-prize winner and Dave Connors was the No Box recipient. Other round 1 winners were: Mason Fix, who went on to win the Street race, and Dylan Schwartz in Junior Dragster.
Prize winners for round 2 received the $50 Summit certificates as well as $25 certificates from American Race Cars. Craig Chadderden led the way in Box, while Nick Besaw was the No Box round 2 winner. Eddie Semititsch took home the Street prizes as did Junior Dragster racer Cadence Church.
Moser Engineering, the race’s co-sponsor, provided the prizes at the end of round 3. Pete Curpier got his second Box prize, a $200 Moser certificate, while Kevin Fuller was the No Box prize winner. $100 Moser certificates were handed out to Brad Perkins in Street and William Balser in Junior Dragster.
Don’t miss out in taking part in this exciting program. The next opportunity to race for big money, take home round prizes and get contingency bonuses in the IHRA Summit Sportsman Spectacular is July 29 at Empire Dragway, Leicester, New York.