EXTREME PRO STOCK
Jon Kaase Racing Engines is the sponsor of the Kaase Tuning Challenge in Extreme Pro Stock, which differs from other Low Qualifier Programs in the ADRL
For this challenge, all four qualifying sessions will count, creating a competitive atmosphere in one of the tightest classes in the ADRL.
A total of $500 is rewarded to the crew chief and team who has the lowest combined E.T. of all four qualifying sessions.
â€œItâ€™s really a crew chiefâ€™s award in a way. To be the quickest car over four runs, you canâ€™t make any poor runs,â€ Jon Kaase Racing Engines Owner Jon Kaase said.
â€œYou have to run well during every qualifying attempt and that says a lot about the car and the people working on it. We want to add a little more excitement for the guys during qualifying.â€
SUMMIT RACING EQUIPMENT TOP SPORTSMAN
Tim McAmis Performance Parts is offering the new Summit Racing Equipment Top Sportsman No. 1 Qualifier Program.
The low qualifier program will award the top qualifier in Summit Racing Equipment Top Sportsman $500 at each of the final five events during the 2011 season.
Now an official class in the ADRL, the Summit Racing Equipment Top Sportsman class continues to grow at a rapid rate and this low qualifier program adds to that.
“Since the ADRL brought on the Top Sportsman series, we thought it would be fitting for these drivers to have a low qualifier bonus program as well, so Tim McAmis Performance Parts is picking up the low qualifier bonus for the Top Sportsman program for the next five races,” Tim McAmis Performance Parts Owner Tim McAmis said.
â€œWe are just as thrilled as the ADRL to see these talented teams performing and we wanted to present another opportunity for them to showcase their talents.â€
PRO JUNIOR DRAGSTER NO. 1 QUALIFIER PROGRAM
The Alert Screw Products Pro Junior Dragster No. 1 Qualifier Program awards $100 to the No. 1 qualifier in Pro Junior Dragster at each of the 10 ADRL events during the 2012 season.
Pro Junior Dragsters are scaled-down, rear-engine race cars driven by competitors ages 13 to 18 in the ADRLâ€™s standard eighth-mile race. In 2012, PJD will race under a new 7.90 heads-up index on a .500 pro tree.
â€œI am extremely excited about our 7.90 heads-up format on a pro tree,â€ ADRL Director of Competition for Pro Junior Dragster Trevor Wilson said. â€œThere is no other drag racing organization that allows these young drivers to compete on such a large stage and present themselves as young professional drivers.â€