American Racer Cup Presented By Sunoco Points Get Underway This Friday, April 13

MILLSBORO, DE – The 2018 American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco gets the official “green flag” this Friday night, April 13.

Points begin tabulating for the lucrative home-track program this Friday night. The standings will be tracked through Labor Day Weekend when overall, regional and home-track champions will be crowned.

Big Diamond Speedway in Minersville, Pa., will host its Season Opener Friday and drivers at the Coal Region track will be the first to accrue American Racer Cup points.

A cash point fund of $51,450 for Modified and Sportsman teams is in place, with thousands more in tire giveaways planned. The program is presented by Sunoco Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, American Racer and Lias Tire.

Racers from 14 facilities utilizing American Racer tires in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, by simply competing at their home track(s), have the opportunity to share in rewards.

At year-end, Modified competitors (top-15 American Racer Cup overall as ranked among the participating tracks) will share in a $36,000 cash point fund. Rankings are determined by a driver’s 10 best finishes at a participating speedway, with a car count bonus issued at year end.

The overall Modified point fund for 2018 is as follows: 1) $10,000; 2) $5,000; 3) $4,000; 4) $3,500; 5) $2,500; 6) $2,000; 7) $1,750; 8) $1,500; 9) $1,250; 10) $1,000; 11) $900; 12) $800; 13) $700; 14) $600; 15) $500.

Bruce Insinger of Insinger Performance has posted another $5,700 in regional cash ($2,850 to each region). Drivers in both the North and South regions will be eligible for the following point fund: 1) $1,000; 2) $750; 3) $500; 4) $350; 5) $250.

Each track is eligible for 12 tires to be given away during the season, not to mention pre-season drawings for registered drivers and a ‘Dog Days of Summer’ tire given away on Aug. 1 to each speedway’s point leader.

At year-end, the top-five in the American Racer Cup individual track Modified points will receive: champion – five tires; second – four tires; third – three tires; fourth – two tires; fifth – one tire.

The American Racer Cup is one half of a huge bonus program teamed with the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco. Should a driver win the overall American Racer Cup and both the North and South regions of the STSS, they will collect a $25,000 cash bonus courtesy of Sunoco and Insinger Performance. A driver winning the American Racer Cup overall and the North or South STSS will pocket $10,000 cash.

Sportsman (top-15 American Racer Cup overall as ranked among the participating tracks) at year-end will share in the following $6,750 point fund: 1) $1,500; 2) $1,000; 3) $750; 4) $600; 5) $500; 6) $450; 7) $400; 8) $350; 9) $300; 10) $250; 11) $200; 12) $150; 13-15) $100.

Insinger Performance Regional bonuses ($3,000 total – $1,500 each region) are in place for Sportsman North and South Regions: 1) $500; 2) $400; 3) $300; 4) $200; 5) $100.

Each track will distribute 12 certificates worth $85 off the purchase of an American Racer tire via a random drawing of registered racers. One tire will be awarded to the highest-ranked, registered driver in point standings at each participating speedway as of Aug. 1.

Year-end home track tire awards for Sportsman competitors are as follows: champion- two tires; second – one tire; third – $85 certificate.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

AMERICAN RACER CUP PRESENTED BY SUNOCO 2018 MEMBER SPEEDWAYS

Accord Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Afton Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Big Diamond Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

Bridgeport Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Delaware International Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Five Mile Point Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Freedom Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified

Grandview Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

New Egypt Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Outlaw Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Penn Can Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Skyline Raceway Park
Divisions: Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Thunder Mountain Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Woodhull Raceway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

 

WHO HAS TAKEN HOME A FREE TIRE ALREADY IN 2018?

Our “pre-season” giveaways are completed. Who has been lucky enough to get a free tire so far in 2018?

January Drawing:
Joe Dgien (Modified)

Bobby Bracall (Sportsman)

March Drawing:
Jeff Bubori (Modified)
Travis Smith (Modified)
Donnie Lawson (Modified)
Joe Dgien (Modified, this time for Outlaw Speedway)

Kenny Hammond (Sportsman)
Adam White (Sportsman)
Ryan Stone (Sportsman)
Stephen Kemery (Sportsman)

As of late last week, all unclaimed certificates have been mailed.

American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Set to Reward Modified & Sportsman Racers for Ninth Year

MILLSBORO, DE – For the ninth consecutive season, the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Race Fuels will “win with weekly racers” in 2018.

The lucrative “home-track” program for Modified and Sportsman competitors across four states gets underway on Friday, April 13. Points will be tracked through Labor Day weekend with overall, regional and home-track champions crowned.

A cash point fund of $51,450 for Modified and Sportsman teams is in place, with thousands more in tire giveaways planned.

Competitor registration for ’18 is ongoing. As of March 26, a total of 178 drivers have signed up for the program: 103 Modifieds and 75 Sportsman. Drivers may register through May 1.

Racers from 14 facilities utilizing American Racer tires in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, by simply competing at their home track(s), have the opportunity to share in rewards thanks to the American Racer Cup and sponsors Sunoco Race Fuels, Lias Tire and Insinger Performance.

At year-end, Modified competitors (top-15 American Racer Cup overall as ranked among the participating tracks) will share in a $36,000 cash point fund. Rankings are determined by a driver’s 10 best finishes at a participating speedway, with a car count bonus issued at year end.

The overall Modified point fund for 2018 is as follows: 1) $10,000; 2) $5,000; 3) $4,000; 4) $3,500; 5) $2,500; 6) $2,000; 7) $1,750; 8) $1,500; 9) $1,250; 10) $1,000; 11) $900; 12) $800; 13) $700; 14) $600; 15) $500.

Bruce Insinger of Insinger Performance has posted another $5,700 in regional cash ($2,850 to each region). Drivers in both the North and South regions will be eligible for the following point fund: 1) $1,000; 2) $750; 3) $500; 4) $350; 5) $250.

Each track is eligible for 12 tires to be given away during the season, not to mention pre-season drawings for registered drivers and a ‘Dog Days of Summer’ tire given away on Aug. 1 to each speedway’s point leader.

At year-end, the top-five in the American Racer Cup individual track Modified points will receive: champion – five tires; second – four tires; third – three tires; fourth – two tires; fifth – one tire.

The American Racer Cup is one half of a huge bonus program teamed with the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco. Should a driver win the overall American Racer Cup and both the North and South regions of the STSS, they will collect a $25,000 cash bonus courtesy of Sunoco and Insinger Performance. A driver winning the American Racer Cup overall and the North or South STSS will pocket $10,000 cash.

Sportsman (top-15 American Racer Cup overall as ranked among the participating tracks) at year-end will share in the following $6,750 point fund: 1) $1,500; 2) $1,000; 3) $750; 4) $600; 5) $500; 6) $450; 7) $400; 8) $350; 9) $300; 10) $250; 11) $200; 12) $150; 13-15) $100.

Insinger Performance Regional bonuses ($3,000 total – $1,500 each region) are in place for Sportsman North and South Regions: 1) $500; 2) $400; 3) $300; 4) $200; 5) $100.

Each track will distribute 12 certificates worth $85 off the purchase of an American Racer tire via a random drawing of registered racers. One tire will be awarded to the highest-ranked, registered driver in point standings at each participating speedway as of Aug. 1.

Year-end home track tire awards for Sportsman competitors are as follows: champion- two tires; second – one tire; third – $85 certificate.

Two pre-season giveaways have already taken place. The first, in January at the Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show in Oaks, Pa., with Joe Dgien (Modified) and Bobby Bracall (Sportsman) the recipients.

At Georgetown (Del.) Speedway on March 17, a second, larger random drawing took place. Modified recipients were Travis Smith, Jeff Bubori, Donnie Lawson and Dgien. In the Sportsman division, Kenny Hammond, Adam White, Ryan Stone and Stephen Kemery earned the free tire certificate.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

AMERICAN RACER CUP PRESENTED BY SUNOCO 2018 MEMBER SPEEDWAYS

Accord Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Afton Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Big Diamond Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

Bridgeport Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Delaware International Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Five Mile Point Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Freedom Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified

Grandview Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

New Egypt Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Outlaw Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Penn Can Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Skyline Raceway Park
Divisions: Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Thunder Mountain Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Woodhull Raceway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

 

Will There Be A Record $57,500 Champion? The Chase Begins March 16-17 At Georgetown Speedway

MILLSBORO, DE – Will there be a $57,500 champion in 2018?

Race fans can witness this historic chase get underway on March 16-17 when the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco opens its season with the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial Weekend at Delaware’s Georgetown Speedway.

Thanks to the efforts of Sunoco Race Fuels and Insinger Performance, the STSS offers the most lucrative champion’s share in the country for big-block/small-block Modified racers this season.

Series management has announced the STSS Halmar International North Region championship will offer $12,500 for 10 races, while the eight-race Velocita-USA South Region title pays $10,000.

The ‘home-track’ American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco pays $10,000 to the overall champion based upon a driver’s 10 best finishes at their respective home track utilizing American Racer tires.

Now – via a partnership with Sunoco and Insinger Performance proprietor Bruce Insinger – very healthy bonuses are available to competitors.

Should a driver win the American Racer Cup overall crown and both the STSS North and South Regions, they will receive a cash bonus of $25,000!

This ‘Grand Champion’ would be in line to collect a massive $57,500 at year-end.

A $10,000 cash bonus awaits should a driver win the American Racer Cup plus the STSS North or South Region.

The richest season in history is approaching quickly.

For the STSS Velocita-USA South Region, the Season Opener is Saturday, March 17 at Georgetown with the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial, a 49-lap, $6,949-to-win event that also serves as the 50th race in series history.

The Halmar International North Region gets its start at N.Y.’s Orange County Fair Speedway on Sunday, April 8 with the fifth annual ‘Hard Clay Open’ offering $5,000 to win for 50 laps around the Legendary House of Power.

Points begin to tabulate for the American Racer Cup on April 13, running through Labor Day Weekend (Monday, Sept. 3).

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

To learn more about the 2018 Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, check out ‘Short Track Super Series’ on Facebook or @ShortTrackSS on Twitter or Instagram.

The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Allstar Performance, ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Land Hoe Maintenance, K&N, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Race Pro Weekly, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, Vahlco, Velocita, Weld & Wilwood.

Hefty ‘Pre-Season’ American Racer Cup Drawing Set For March 17; Registered Modified & Sportsman Teams Benefit

MILLSBORO, DE – A hefty ‘pre-season’ tire giveaway is looming for the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco.

On March 17, the second tire giveaway of the year is planned for registered American Racer Cup drivers in both the Modified and Sportsman divisions. The drawing will take place at the Northeast Modified opener at Georgetown (Del.) Speedway, but drivers need not be present to win. The American Racer Cup Facebook page will broadcast the drawing live.

Modified drivers will be eligible for four (4) American Racer tire certificates during the drawing.

Sportsman teams have the opportunity to win four (4) American Racer certificates for $85 off the purchase of a tire.

All drivers registered for the American Racer Cup through March 17 will be entered into the drawings.

One ‘pre-season’ tire giveaway has already taken place in 2018 with Joe Dgien (Modified) and Bobby Bracall (Sportsman) the recipients. The first giveaway was held at the Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show in Oaks, Pa.

The $50,000-plus American Racer Cup is set for its ninth season in 2018, once again rewarding weekly Modified and Sportsman racers at home tracks across New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Aside from the huge cash payout, tire giveaways are a key part of the Cup program.

2018 registration forms have been posted on the American Racer Cup website: http://theamericanracercup.com/?page_id=26

The American Racer Cup website has been overhauled detailing 2018 information and can be found on the web at www.theamericanracercup.com.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

First American Racer Cup Tire Giveaway of 2018 Set For Jan. 21 During Motorsports 2018 Show; Registration Open

MILLSBORO, DE – The first ‘pre-season’ tire giveaway for the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco is fast approaching.

The $50,000-plus American Racer Cup is set for its ninth season in 2018, once again rewarding weekly Modified and Sportsman racers at home tracks across New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Aside from the huge cash payout, tire giveaways are a key part of the Cup program.

The first of two ‘pre-season’ giveaways is scheduled for the Motorsports 2018 Race Car & Trade Show in Oaks, Pa., with a drawing on Sunday (Jan. 21) of the three-day show.

Both the Modifieds and Sportsman registered for the ’18 Cup at that point will be eligible. One FREE tire will be given away via a random draw to each division. Once again, the draw will be shown on Facebook Live and drivers will not need to be present to win.

2018 registration forms have been posted on the American Racer Cup website: http://theamericanracercup.com/?page_id=26

The second giveaway prior to the start of the regular season takes place on March 17. It will be held at the drivers’ meeting prior to the start of the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial at Georgetown (Del.) Speedway. Again, drivers need not be present to win.

At the March 17 giveaway, registered Modified drivers will have the opportunity to win four FREE American Racer tires. Sportsman drivers will have four $85 certificates available.

American Racer Cup management has begun the distribution of ’17 point fund checks. All drivers will be paid by the Motorsports Show in January. Year-end tire certificates have been mailed.

The American Racer Cup website has been overhauled detailing 2018 information and can be found on the web at www.theamericanracercup.com.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

‘Early Bird’ Registration Strong for 2018 American Racer Cup Presented By Sunoco; Billy Van Pelt First Entrant

SYRACUSE, NY – The 2018 American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco roared out of the gate over the weekend.

‘Early bird’ registrations at the Northeast Race Products Show in Syracuse, N.Y., were brisk for the upcoming race season with 2017 just recently in the rear-view mirror.  Some 14 facilities spread from upstate New York to southern Delaware comprise the ’18 Cup and drivers are anxious to take part in the program which offers $51,450 cash for Modified and Sportsman competitors plus thousands more in tire giveaways.

Veteran Modified racer Billy Van Pelt of Westfield, Pa., became the first official 2018 American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco entrant. Van Pelt, driving for Kevin Chilson, will concentrate his efforts at longtime home track Woodhull (N.Y.) Raceway on Saturday nights and the American Racer Cup’s newest member track, Freedom Motorsports Park in Delevan, N.Y., on Friday nights.

Also filing early registrations at the show were:

*Dillon Groover of Beaver Dams, N.Y., in the Woodhull and Freedom Modified divisions;

*Phil Vigneri III of Elba, N.Y., concentrating his efforts on the Freedom Modifieds;

*Kevin Chilson of Lawrenceville, Pa., who will compete at Woodhull and Freedom;

*Jeffery Daugherty of Elmira, N.Y., in the Modified division at Dundee, N.Y.’s Outlaw Speedway;

*Colton Wilson of Dryden, N.Y., in the Modified ranks at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Center Lisle, N.Y.;

*Patrick Hoopes of Ulysses, Pa., racing at Woodhull in the Modified ranks; and

*Cody Clark of Dolgeville, N.Y., a Sportsman regular at Afton (N.Y.) Motorsports Park.

All of the drivers above become eligible for the first tire giveaway of 2018 which will take place at Motorsports held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa., Jan. 19-21.

The American Racer Cup website has been overhauled detailing 2018 information and can be found on the web at www.theamericanracercup.com. Registration forms have been posted.

All ’17 year-end tire certificates have been mailed. Point fund cash will be distributed to racers via check from mid-December to early January. BD Motorsports Media LLC will manage distribution of point fund cash.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

 

Freedom Motorsports Park Modified Division Joins American Racer Cup For 2018

DELEVAN, NY – Freedom Motorsports Park Modified racers will have the opportunity to compete for big rewards in 2018.

On Friday night during the speedway’s year-end Awards Banquet, Freedom promoter Bob Reis announced the one-third-mile oval would join the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco in 2018. American Racer will be the tire of choice at Freedom next season in the Modified ranks and competitors will see the benefits of the Cup.

“After looking over all the benefits of the American Racer Cup and hearing from racers, this was an easy decision,” Reis said. “Our drivers stand to benefit a lot from what the Cup has to offer.”

With Freedom now an American Racer Cup track, Modified drivers will be eligible to compete for the $36,000 overall point fund and $2,850 Insinger Performance North Region cash in addition to numerous tire giveaways.

Competitors from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, by simply racing at their home track(s), have the opportunity to share in rewards thanks to the American Racer Cup and sponsors Sunoco Race Fuels, Lias Tire and Insinger Performance. Freedom now joins that group.

At year-end, Modified competitors (top-15 American Racer Cup overall as ranked among the participating tracks) will share in a $36,000 cash point fund. Rankings are determined by a driver’s 10 best finishes at a participating speedway, with a car count bonus issued at year end.

The overall Modified point fund for 2018 is as follows: 1) $10,000; 2) $5,000; 3) $4,000; 4) $3,500; 5) $2,500; 6) $2,000; 7) $1,750; 8) $1,500; 9) $1,250; 10) $1,000; 11) $900; 12) $800; 13) $700; 14) $600; 15) $500.

Bruce Insinger of Insinger Performance has posted another $5,700 in regional cash ($2,850 to each region). Drivers in both the North and South regions will be eligible for the following point fund: 1) $1,000; 2) $750; 3) $500; 4) $350; 5) $250. Freedom falls in the North Region point battle.

Each track is eligible for 12 tires to be given away during the season, not to mention pre-season drawings for registered drivers and a ‘Dog Days of Summer’ tire given away on August 1 to each speedway’s point leader.

At year-end, the top-five in the American Racer Cup individual track points will receive: champion – five tires; second – four tires; third – three tires; fourth – two tires; fifth – one tire.

Additionally, the American Racer Cup is one half of a huge bonus program teamed with the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco. Should a driver win the overall American Racer Cup and both the North and South regions of the STSS, they will collect a $25,000 cash bonus courtesy of Sunoco and Insinger Performance. A driver winning the American Racer Cup overall and the North or South STSS will pocket $10,000 cash.

Freedom Motorsports Park added an ‘outlaw’ Modified division allowing big- and small-block Modified combinations for the ’17 season on Friday nights. Car counts grew throughout the season and Adam Hilton earned the inaugural Modified championship.

The American Racer Cup partnership boosts Freedom’s Modified division entering its second year.

Freedom becomes the 14th facility to participate in the ’18 American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco.

Freedom Motorsports Park, located at 11909 Marble Springs Road in Delevan, N.Y., is a multiple-use motorsports facility featuring a one-third-mile clay oval. Weekly stock car racing takes place on Friday nights at 7:30 p.m. from May through September. Freedom is on the web at www.freedommotorsportspark.com.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

Short Track Super Series Announces Four-Year Agreement With Sunoco/Insinger Performance; Overall 2018 ‘Grand Champion’ Could Receive $57,500

MILLSBORO, DE – The Short Track Super Series (STSS) announced on Saturday a four-year partnership with Sunoco Race Fuels to commence in the 2018 season.

The agreement will bring Sunoco Race Fuels sponsorship to the touring series and offer unprecedented bonuses to drivers competing in the series and at home tracks designated as part of the American Racer Cup, also a Sunoco-sponsored program.

The STSS/Sunoco partnership was orchestrated by Northeast distributor Insinger Performance of Dushore, Pa.

The STSS will continue in 2018 as a big-block/small-block Modified touring series with North Region events primarily in New York State and a South Region traversing New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

The American Racer Cup returns as a ‘home-track’ program at approximately 13 venues across the Northeast rewarding drivers for their weekly efforts with more than $50,000 cash and hundreds of tire giveaways.

For ’18, the incentives to enter both events will be as follows.

*A driver winning both the STSS Modified North and South titles, in addition to the American Racer Cup will receive a $25,000 cash bonus courtesy of Insinger Performance

*A driver winning the STSS North or South title and the American Racer Cup will receive a $10,000 cash bonus courtesy of Insinger Performance

The STSS offers $12,500 annually for its North Region champion and $10,000 for its South Region title winner. The American Racer Cup high-point man receives $10,000.

Should one driver sweep the STSS and American Racer Cup, the ‘Grand Champion’ would receive $57,500 – the most lucrative title in all of dirt Modified racing!

“This agreement brings our whole program up another level,” said STSS promoter Brett Deyo, who also manages the American Racer Cup on behalf of regional American Racer distributor Lias Tire.

“A $57,500 champion in any of the next four seasons is very feasible and would put our series at the pinnacle for Northeast racing.”

Bruce Insinger of Sunoco’s Insinger Performance sees only positives from the agreement.

“We’ve supported the American Racer Cup home-track program since the beginning,” Insinger said. “Now, to link the STSS touring series together with the Cup strengthens the brand throughout the Northeast. Sunoco and Insinger Performance are very proud to be part of both these programs.”

Sunoco will also distribute more than $3,000 in complimentary fuel certificates to STSS racers each of the next four seasons.

Bob Hilbert Sportswear of Boyertown, Pa., will return to the title sponsorship role again in ’18. The official series moniker will be Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco.

In related announcements:

*Sunoco/Insinger Performance has extended its sponsorship of the American Racer Cup through 2021

*American Racer will return to the STSS as the official tire supplier through 2021

*Sunoco/Insinger Performance will serve as the official fuel at Georgetown (Del.) Speedway through 2021, distributed by Hurlock Auto & Speed Supply of Hurlock, Md., through 2021

*The American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals will return to Afton (N.Y.) Motorsports Park on Columbus Day weekend 2018

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