NORWALK, Ohio -- Jerry Haas Race Cars of Fenton, MO, will present the Jerry Haas Race Cars Pro Stock Grand Slam at every 2003 Hooters Racing Series national event. The program awards $1,000 to the number one Sunoco Race Fuels Pro Stock qualifier at every national event.
"IHRA has got a lot going for them," stated Haas. "The organization and the Pro Stock class has grown by leaps and bounds the past five years. IHRA Pro Stock cars are the ultimate factory hot rods and their E.T.’s and speeds set standards for the class. The competitive nature of IHRA Pro Stock provides Jerry Haas Race Cars a platform to work in the ultimate high-performance laboratory.
"The Pro Stock Grand Slam is my way of showing we support and appreciate what IHRA and Sunoco have done for the Pro Stock competitors and teams," added Haas.
"Jerry Haas is one of the most respected race car builders in the world and his recognition of IHRA and the Sunoco Race Fuels Pro Stock program shows the respect the class has earned," stated IHRA Vice President of Marketing Aaron Polburn. "We’re pleased Jerry has chosen to acknowledge and reward the quickest and fastest Pro Stock race cars in the world."
"IHRA treats our relationship as a partnership and I respect their organization," added Haas. "I have 10 or more cars running in IHRA Pro Stock at any given time; my heart and business revolve around Pro Stock and I want to support the class the best way I can."
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