PLACERVILLE, Calif. – With the inaugural Hangtown 100 next week, event officials have announced the contingency program for the doubleheader on Nov. 19-20 at Placerville Speedway.
Adding in contingency prizes and the overall purse, the USAC NOS Energy Drink National and Western States Midgets will be racing for upwards of $150,000.
The USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Series and USAC Western States Midget Series will have the following contingency prizes up for grabs at the Elk Grove Ford Hangtown 100:
Stanton Engines ($500 Award to Quick Time driver running a Stanton Engine)
Toyota Racing Development ($500 Award to Quick Time driver running a Toyota Engine)
Esslinger ($500 Certificate good for work in their shop to Quick Time driver running an Esslinger)
KSE (Steering Gear)
DMI (Rear End)
Keizer Racing Wheels (4 wheels)
Stevie Smith (Titanium Kit)
Bell Helmets (CF Helmet)
Factory Kahne Shocks (Certificate)
CSI Shocks (Certificate)
“We want to send a big thank you to all of the companies that have come on board to support the Hangtown 100 at Placerville Speedway,” said Elk Grove Ford President Matt Wood. “Adding in the contingency prizes, drivers and teams will be competing for upwards of $150,000 at the event. If anyone else would like to donate prizes or awards, please let us know as well. The car count is looking solid and the weather is looking perfect so we can’t wait for next week.”