ETE Reman has offered up a tiered cash prize package
With a goal of increasing entries, getting more cars on the grid, and rewarding more of the drivers, ETE Reman has offered up a tiered cash prize package worth up to $2,000! Of course, the winner will get the largest portion of the prize but the remainder of the payout will be distributed to the top 4th, 5th, and 6th place drivers of the weekend. Here’s the catch, if 15 cars or more start each race, the payout will expand to the 7th and 8th place finishers and payouts will double! Meaning there will be payouts made for each race, rather than the points accumulated from the entire weekend. According to ETE Reman Vice President of Manufacturing and US Formula 1000 driver Lawrence Loshak, “I want to help this awesome growing series by getting more drivers to show up to the June Sprints, it’s an awesome event and a preview of the Runoffs. We’re going to try to do that by awarding more drivers than the classic awards to the top three finishers”.
ETE Reman is also extending special discounts for all USF1000 series competitors, friends and family for their automatic transmission needs. “If our tow vehicles weren’t enough to worry about, we all have our cars that get us to our jobs on Monday morning. And when you need a high quality transmission fast, ETE Reman can ship it right to the address you prefer in a matter of 2-3 days across the entire USA.”
Rounds 7 and 8 of the US Formula 1000 Championship East are held in conjunction with the Chicago Region June Sprints at Road America on June 14th through June 16th. To be eligible for prizes, drivers must be registered with the US Formula 1000 Championship East and wear 2 provided ETE Reman logos on their race cars, 1 on each side.