2011 Pro All Stars Series National Champion to be Awarded a Sealed Engine Program for Use in the 2012 Racing Season
National Champ to Receive Use of GM Equalizer Engine
McGunegill Engine Performance(MEP) of Muncie Indiana will step forward and present the 2011 National Championship Series Champion with the use of one of MEP’s GM Equalizer Sealed Engines for use for the 2012 competition season.
MEP is one of the industry leaders of sealed engine technology for Super Late Model racing and is stepping forward in efforts to support the series through the sponsorship of this award for the National Champion. The point champion will be permitted use of the engine for the entire 2012 competition season.
The 2011 PASS National Championship schedule consists of 6 events spanning 5 states and 6 individual race facilities. 2011’s championship series will surely test the talents of many with the schedules diversity to individual facility’s configuration as well as dimension. The series event facilities tackle tracks from ¼ mile of Woodstock New Hampshire’s White Mountain Motorsports Park to the high banked 5/8 mile oval of Thompson International in Connecticut.
MEP has had great success in performance and result in both individual series as well as national event competition and is sure to expand upon its performance accomplishments into the 2011 racing season. “We are excited about stepping up our involvement with PASS, our Equalizer Sealed Engines and crate engines have won the points battle in recent years and we look forward to continuing to work with teams on the north and south side of the national title” said MEP owner Dewaine McGunegill.
The season’s 1st National Championship event will be the famed Hickory Motor Speedway for the popular annual Easter Bunny event on Saturday April 23rd. Event 2 of the season competitors set their sights on the immaculate Motor Mile Speedway in Radford Virginia on Saturday May 28. The challenge for competitors moves north for the first of three stops competing at PASS North supporting facilities at the lightning fast Thompson International Speedway for the 100 laps shootout event of the schedule on July 21st.
Event 4 of the National Championship schedule brings the longest distance event of 300 laps at the annual PASS 300 at Scarborough Maine’s slight banked Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. The Northern geographical schedule concludes September 24th at White Mountain Motorsports Park that takes its name from the pristine mountain valley setting in North Woodstock, New Hampshire which the challenging ¼ mile banked oval call’s home. It all comes down to the popular Orange County Speedway in Rougemont North Carolina for event 6 were the Champion will be determined at the Thanksgiving Classic on November 25th and 26th.
McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie Indiana is one of the industry leaders of Sealed Engine Technology for Super Late Model racing as well as availability for many applications and manufacturer choice. For more information go to www.mcgunegillengines.com Or contact McGunegill Engine Performance at 765-282-1913.