Over almost as quickly as it began. Here is the statement from IMG
IMG said: “After consultation with a wide group of stakeholders and interested parties, IMG has taken the difficult decision to not extend the Americas Rallycross Championship beyond the 2019 season.”
“Over the past few months, IMG had been exploring a number of options with commercial partners to secure the long-term future of the championship but, unfortunately, none of those options came to fruition.”
ARX rolled into Mid-Ohio for their season ending races this past weekend.
Rain and mud would play into the Subaru teams favor, putting their cars right into their natural element. After the dust(mud) settled on the weekend Chris Atkinson won the supercar finale and Tanner Foust didn’t have to even race in the final to be crowned series champ.
ARX2 fan favorite Fraser McConnell won the finale and brought home the championship.
Palmyra Racing Association held their annual King of the Hill event this past weekend. The King of the Hill race was won by Ian Rugaber. The track also donated a portion of the gate fees to the Race for a Cure, to help the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The Team Joest Mazdas dominated the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen on Sunday. The two cars led 183 of the 211 laps over the course of the 6 hour race.
Full race results can be found at https://www.racing-reference.info/race/2019_Sahlens_Six_Hours_of_the_Glen/TU
Southern Diesel Truck Co. out of Oswego, made the trek down to the Daytona International Speedway this past weekend for this years Daytona Truck Meet. They brought with them a truck with a new lift kit from Any Level Lift. Currently the only truck with the lift, but they are looking to change that very soon. With the show having an estimated 80k attendees, that is a good possibility.
Everyone knows Any Level Lift for their hydraulically adjustable trucks. Now the brains behind the kit , Aaron Aldrich, has designed a kit that is manually adjustable. The manually adjustable kit opens up a wider market for Any Level Lift with its availability now for the 17 and newer F-250s .
The F-250 kit is manually adjustable to any ride height position for a 4”, 6” or 8” lift
The F-350 and 450 kit is manually adjustable to any ride height position for a 4”, 6”, 8”, 10”, 12”, and 13” lift
For more details visit https://www.anylevellift.com/
Or give Matt at Southern Diesel a call 315-598-4444
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