Engine Pro Backs Must See Supermodifieds


HOLLY, Mich. – Must See Racing officials have signed Engine Pro of Michigan as the Must See Racing Supermodified Series entitlement sponsor with Oliver Racing Parts named as the series presenting sponsor.

“Must See Racing and Engine Pro have had a long and successful partnership built on performance with our Xtreme Sprint Series,” said Must See Founder and President Jim Hanks. “We are delighted to have Engine Pro, the nation’s leading specialty engine parts distributor featuring name brand and custom engine kits, and their 35 distribution outlets support our Supermodified Series and race teams.

“Engine Pro is a strong supporter of grass roots racing participating with many different race series and tracks. Their quality high performance engine parts, first class service and commitment to Must See Racing’s “World’s Fastest Short Track Cars” is a great fit to supply our race teams and their engine builders. Engine Pro is also a major marketing partner in the Must See Racing national television programming and recently announced Live Streaming of many of our events,” added Hanks.

The Engine Pro Must See Racing Supermodified by Oliver Series sanctions winged Supermodified races at speedways throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania at some of the country’s most recognizable and famous race tracks including Lucas Oil Raceway, Winchester Speedway and Anderson Speedway, home of the Must See Racing sanctioned Pay Less Little 500.

Additionally, Engine Pro presents the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series “Fast Car Slash” Championship Event at Berlin Raceway in Marne, Mich., on Aug. 24, broadcast to a national television audience.

“Our sponsorship with the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series has been an important part of Engine Pro’s marketing efforts,” said Scott Overlund of Engine Pro Michigan. “It not only gives us consistent national exposure in leading trade publications, cable television, pay per-view television, and Internet race coverage, it also provides us with a vehicle to involve our customers in an exciting racing venue that gives us an edge over our competition. We’re very confident that our sponsorship with the Supermodified Series will do the same.”

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