Brampton, Ontario (August 14, 2014) – Historic St Thomas Raceway Park, located in Sparta, Ontario Canada, will host the DSE Sportsman Nationals presented by J&S Collision and Degroote-Hill Chevrolet-Buick GMC this up coming weekend, as the DSE Sportsman Racing Series prepares to start the second half of their Championship season with points races #7 and #8 slated to take place.
Entering into its second year on the schedule, the DSE Sportsman Nationals is looking to draw record numbers again in 2014 as Series Director Andrew Stirk hopes to build off last years successful inaugural event.
“2013 was our first venture into Western Ontario and it proved to be a great one as we saw record numbers of participants in many of our classes including Jr Dragsters and Modified Eliminator.” Stated Stirk.
Stirk would go on to add, “This year we are adding an additional $150 per day to the winner’s purse for Modified and Super Pro courtesy of a series supporter who wished to remain anonymous, and we are also running the NHRA JR Dragster Challenge which will award both Saturday and Sundays Jr Winners authentic NHRA “Wally” Trophies!”
In-addition to the extra prize money and NHRA Jr Hardware that will be available, a special Saturday only $20 Bounty will be placed on the current point leaders in not only the DSE Sportsman Racing Series but also the St Thomas Raceway Park Bracket Series points leaders who choose to run in the event this weekend.
Making this event possible is sponsorship from Jamie and Shelia Tupper of J&S Collision in Tillsonburg Ontario who are avid Drag Racers who also run and win in many Big Money Bracket Races and IHRA events. Joining J&S Collisions again for 2014 is Degroote-Hill Chevrolet-Buick GMC who feature one of Canada’s highest customer approval ratings amongst GM Dealerships.
For points racers in the DSE Sportsman Series, this weekend represents their last opportunity to attempt to qualify for the Abruzzi Transmissions and Converters DSE All-Star which features a $1000 to win Purse for the top 16 in points that will take place Labour Day weekend at Toronto Motorsports Park.
Gates open for racer parking at 3 pm on Friday until 11 pm, and racing will begin Saturday morning at 10:45 am and Sunday at 11:45 am. Weekend Gate pricing, Tech card pricing and weekend event schedule can be found at www.StThomasRacewayPark.com or www.SportsmanRacingSeries.ca .
About Degroote –Hill Chevrolet-Buick-GMC: Opened in 1992, Degroote Hill Buick GMC Chevrolet has become one of Canada’s Leading General Motors based dealers having been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards such as the General Motors Triple Crown Award which is awarded to the top one hundred dealerships in Canada and is based off customer satisfaction and approval rates.
About J&S Collision: In business for ten years, J&S Collision is located 3 kilometres west of Tillsonburg, Ontario. Jamie, a 28 year veteran of the trade, along with his staff of eight specialize in collision repair to all makes and models. Give Jamie and his team a call at (519) 688-0246 for all your southern Ontario automotive collision repair needs. About the DSE Automotive Sportsman Racing Series
The DSE Sportsman Racing series was created at the end of the 2011 racing season as a way to promote grassroots level sportsman drag racing in Southern Ontario. The series will run 12 events with six Championship Sportsman classes ranging from Super/Pro and Modified, to Super/Bike & Sled, Street Eliminator, Jr. Dragster and the newly added Quick 16 Program. Sponsored by DSE Automotive LTD which is managed by David and Andrew Stirk in Brampton Ontario, DSE Sportsman Racing Series is dedicated to creating a competitive series for sportsman level drag racers to participate in which is fun and cost effective, while still providing an excellent racing program for fans and spectators to enjoy. Visit www.sportsmanracingseries.ca for more series information.
Series Contact Information: Andrew Stirk/ Series Director- DSE Automotive Sportsman Racing Series
Telephone: (519) 278 0576 // E-mail: email@example.com
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