The Midwest TQ Racing LeagueTM presented by Vincennes University is pleased to announce two new contingency sponsors for the 2010 season.
INOX Slick Move of the Race - winner is selected by the officials and receives $50 in INOX product.
Duane and Sonja Alexander Hard Luck Driver of the Race - winner is selected by the officials and receives $50 per race, plus $500 in year end awards going to the drivers selected by the Alexander family.
2010 contingency sponsors already announced:
Jackson Oil Duel for Fuel - $50 gift certificate to the Jackson Oil Duel for Fuel race winner, plus a $50 gift certificate drawn at the driver's meeting.
Tony Stewart Racing Rookie of the Year - $50 to the top finishing rookie in each race, plus $500 year end awards to the top three finishing rookies.
Ward's Apparel Hard Charger - $50 gift certificate to the driver with the highest number of places advanced, plus a $50 gift certificate drawn at the driver's meeting.
Green Tech Tail Gunner Challenge - chance for the pole sitter to start at the back of the pack for a bonus (qualifying shows only). $100 will be added to the bonus each week until someone completes the challenge.
Paradise Performance Hard Luck Owner - winner is voted by the MTQRL owners and will receive a set of pistons at year end banquet.
Cozzolino Motorsports Owner Perfect Attendance Award - $500 and $500 shop time goes to winners drawn at the year end banquet.
Green Tech July 4th Challenge - ten cars, ten laps for $1,000 to the winner of the challenge.
This brings the MTQRL contingency prizes for the 2010 season to $6,000 cash and $6,000 in product. These contingencies, along with Indiana's highest weekly TQ purse, makes 2010 the richest season in Indiana TQ history. In only its second year of competition, the MTQRL has set the bar for TQ competition.
The 2010 season will conclude with the championship banquet and awards ceremony on the campus of Vincennes University. After the banquet in the Green Auditorium, the awards presentation will take place on the stage of the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center with a reception to follow.