PRI 2010: Dart’s Contingency Program Gives Back
Those little stickers on the back of a race car mean something. It isn’t a random parts list, it’s a badge of pride for that company. Also those stickers typically represent a contingency pay out – a company that is willing to pay the racers for winning with their parts. Dart Heads takes it a step further and talks with their racers from a wide variety of motorsports to help aid them with R&D for future parts.
Racers who claim first place contingency awards for Dart parts in NHRA, IHRA, NMCA, NMRA, PSCA, Lucas Oil Late Model Series and Dart Dirt R.O.C. received a Kill Sticker from Dart that can be placed on a racer’s car to display victories at the track. A win-ticket was included with each Kill Sticker that was filled out and sent back to Dart, each one submitted gave an additional chance at winning the trip.
The winner was drawn Saturday at PRI and the lucky racer to get the trip was bracket racer Cyril Hill. Cyril will receive an airfare and hotel expense paid trip for two. The trip includes round trip airfare for two to Oahu, transfers to and from airport to hotel, and 5 days (4 nights) in a 4 star resort on Waikiki Beach!
Even if you win with Dart and need to submit a claim to their contingency center, they have an easy application on their website that allows you to submit online. Not only does Dart parts help you win races in all forms of motorsports, they go they additional step to take care of their loyal customers!