The fastest qualifier for tonight’s Super Stock Klash will receive a $200 bonus, courtesy of Boyne Machine and Sweet Manufacturing. This promises to add to the intensity of this qualifying session, which will see the top 16 drivers locked into the feature event, provided there are 33 cars or more. The format for Super Stock Klash qualifying will guarantee that the fast qualifier will remain a mystery until the very last car because the qualifying order will be the reverse order of practice speeds, meaning the fastest car in practice will qualify dead last.
Boyne Machine Company has strong engineering and manufacturing capabilities and the technical know-how to overcome any obstacles you may face in the production and engineering of complex parts. With more than 40 full time employees on hand and over 19 years of experience, Boyne Machine is ready to tackle your next project. They can be reached at 616.669.7178 or online at www.boynemachine.com.
Sweet Manufacturing was incorporated in 1978 with the basic concept of providing racers with steering products that would offer a competitive advantage. All of their products have been designed and built using the experience and knowledge gained from Randy Sweet’s 46 years of racing competition, plus continuous input from the nation’s top drivers, engineers, and chassis builders. You can visit their website at www.sweetmfg.biz.
For more information on the Super Stock Klash and Kalamazoo Speedway visit www.kalamazoospeedway.com.