ATTLEBORO, Mass. — The Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge will feature a purse of more than $90,000 for its trio of events.
The first round of the three-race, non-points challenge will see $30,000 paid out to Modified drivers at White Mountain Motorsports Park on June 16, with $4,500 going to the racer who bests the unique race format and a minimum of $1,000 going to all starters.
“With the Bullring Bash, we’re committed to awarding strong purses for both the Modified and Legends classes,” said Bullring Bash founder Josh Vanada. “Because each of our events stand alone on the calendar, we’re able to offer more money and larger purses during the season, when our competitors need them the most. Each race purse is balanced and will pay well throughout the final running order, giving every competitor a chance to take home something significant at all three of our rounds.”
In addition to the $30,000 committed to the season opener, the second round at White Mountain Motorsports Park and the final event at Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl will each see purses of $24,800 paid to modified drivers. These rounds will pay $3,500 to win and $800 to start.
Legends drivers who compete in the Bullring Bash will also benefit from the strongest purses in the region, with more than $10,000 committed. Each Legends race will pay $4,000 in total, with $1,500 going to the winner of each 35-lap battle. Keeping with the Bullring Bash’s commitment to balanced purses throughout the running order, last place’s entry fee and pit pass will be covered by its share of the purse.
In addition to race purses, drivers will have the opportunity to earn additional cash and product considerations through a number of bonus initiatives that will be announced in the coming months leading up to the season. When combined with race purses, the total posted awards given out during the 2019 Bullring Bash Quarter Mile Challenge will easily exceed $100,000.