E3 Announces NHRA Contingency Program for 2019 - Engine Builder Magazine

E3 Announces NHRA Contingency Program for 2019

E3 spark plugs has announced a new NHRA contingency program for the 2019 race season targeting the sportsman racer. Winners running select E3 products will receive $300 and the runners-up will receive $100.

E3 spark plugs has announced a new NHRA contingency program for the 2019 race season targeting the sportsman racer. Winners running select E3 products will receive $300 and the runners-up will receive $100. Contingency will be paid at all NHRA Mellow Yellow Drag Racing Series events as well as the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series events and the JEGS All Stars events.

The eligible class payout details for the NHRA Mellow Yellow Drag Racing Series are as follows:

Classes for DiamondFIRE Spark Plugs and DiamondFIRE Racing Spark Plug Wires:
Competition Eliminator, Super Stock, Stock Eliminator, Super Gas, Super Comp, Super Street, Top Sportsman, and Top Dragster

Classes for DiamondFIRE Racing Spark Plug Wires only:
Top Alcohol Dragster, Top Alcohol Funny Car

The 2019 NHRA Mellow Yellow Drag Racing series with 24 sanctioned events officially started February 7-10 at the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals in Pomona, CA. The E3 contingency program went into effect for the 50th Annual Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals that was held March 14- 17 at Gainesville Raceway in Florida.

E3 Vice President of Motorsports, Rob Fisher says, “E3 has had a long-standing relationship with NHRA and over the years this program has helped sell a lot of spark plugs at over 25,000 retail outlets. Now that we have a full line of racing plugs and ignition products, it was the right time to begin a comprehensive contingency program that targets the sportsman racer, who is the backbone of the NHRA. We are excited to kickoff this contingency program during such a momentous occasion as the 50th Annual Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals.”

For more information: e3sparkplugs.com.

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