MANKATO, Minn. — Medieval Chassis has signed a three-year contract with the United States Racing Ass’n to be the title sponsor of the USRA Stock Car division through the end of the 2023 season.
Medieval Chassis returns this year for a third year as a supporter of Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series competitors. In 2020, Mitch Hovden wheeled his Medieval Chassis to the USRA Stock Car national championship as well as claiming the Christie Door Iron Man Challenge title.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership and to help expand USRA’s great racing across the country,” said Medieval Chassis co-owner Dana Olson.
Founded in 2004, Medieval Chassis was formed to fulfill a need for a better engineered race car. From its humble beginnings in a two-stall garage to its new state-of-the-art facility, Medieval Chassis has become the leader in the stock car racing industry and has been engineered and developed into a platform that exceeds all other chassis in performance and adjustability.
In 2017, Medieval Chassis expanded its facility and invested in a fiber tube laser, CNC tube bender, flat laser and press brake. Medieval Chassis is using their new space, technology and machines to further develop their chassis and products.
In addition to chassis and their product line, Medieval has also expanded into the custom manufacturing industry, producing formed tubes and components for other chassis builders throughout the country.
In addition to padding the regional and national points funds, Medieval Chassis will distribute year-end awards to the top five USRA Stock Car finishers in the final national points and again will award a new chassis which will be raffled off at the USRA awards banquet. Past winners include Lynn Panos, Hovden and Travis Shipman.