Shakedown At The Summit Purse Grows

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NORWALK, Ohio – Summit Motorsports Park President Bill Bader, Jr. has announced a bump in pay for ProLine Outlaw Pro Mod drivers competing in the Summit Racing Equipment Shakedown at the Summit presented by Mickey Thompson Performance Tires and Wheels on Sept. 16-18 at Summit Motorsports Park.

The winner will now take home $40,000, and the purse is now packed at $66,600.

“My goal is to make Shakedown the home of the preeminent Pro Mod race on the face of Mother Earth,” said Bader. “With a guaranteed $40,000 to win and a $66,600 total purse, I think we’re on our way.”

In addition to the sizable sum of $40,000 being given to the winner, $5,000 will be given to the runner-up followed by $3,000 to semifinalists, $1,500 to quarterfinalists, $1,000 for eighths and $675 for sixteenths.

In addition to ProLine Outlaw Pro Mod, which will be run as a 24-car field, the event brings some of the most energetic cars in some of the most exciting categories.

In  Precision Turbo and Engine Outlaw 10.5 (16 car field), $10,000 is earmarked for the winner, while $2,000 is earmarked for the runner-up, followed by $500 for the semifinalists, $300 for the quarterfinalists and $200 for eighths.

Speedwire Systems Outlaw Limited Street (16 car field) will see $10,000 go to the winner and $2,000 to the runner-up, followed by $500 to the semifinalists, $300 to the quarterfinalists and $200 for eighths.

Holbrook Racing Engines Top Sportsman (48 car field) offers $5,000 to the winner and $2,000 to the runner-up, followed by $500 to the semifinalists, $300 to the quarterfinalists and $200 for eighths.

Wiseco X275 (16 car field) promises $5,000 for the winner and $2,000 for the runner-up, followed by $500 for semifinalists, $300 for quarterfinalists and $200 for eighths.

In  Callies Pro Street (16 car field), the winner earns $5,000, while the runner-up earns $2,000, followed by $500 for semifinalists, $300 for quarterfinalists and $200 for eighths.

Team Z Motorsports Ultra Street (16 car field) pays $5,000 to the winner and $2,000 to the runner-up, followed by $500 to the semifinalists, $300 to the quarterfinalists and $200 for eighths.

Trick Flow Open Comp (all-run field) posts $1,100 to the winner and $500 to the runner-up, followed by $150 to the semifinalists, $100 to the quarterfinalists, $50 for eighths and $25 for sixteenths. Additionally, the number one qualifier will be celebrated with $1,000.

G-Force Race Cars/Resolution Racing Services Money Shot is a special feature of the event which guarantees that the driver of the quickest car on-site receives $5,000.