NAPLES ME – (March 5, 2008) Leavitt Racing Components is the latest motorsports company to team with The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) as a supporting manufacturer.
Leavitt Racing Components will award a $50.00 product certificate to the 5th place finisher in every 2008 PASS North and South super late model event. An additional $50.00 certificate will be presented to the driver who most improves their starting position when the checkered flag flies. Plus, one lucky driver who participates in 85% of each series’ races will receive a $250.00 product certificate, chosen by random draw.
“I’m particularly pleased to welcome Steve Leavitt and Leavitt Racing Components to the PASS family of sponsors,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry in announcing the new program.” Steve’s parents Gardiner and June Leavitt and their company Action Racing have been loyal PASS supporters for eight years now. To have Steve, his own family, and the entire team at Leavitt Racing Components on board as well means a great deal to me, and I know our super late model competitors appreciate their support.”
Well known as manufacturers of high quality chassis and chassis components for all forms of circle track racing, Leavitt Racing Components has expanded their product line to include Fuel Safe Fuel Cells, Earl’s Performance plumbing products and Woodward Precision steering components. In addition Leavitt Racing Components manufacturers an extensive line of shop tools and fixtures that are second to none.
PASS South will kick off their 2008 season on Saturday March 22nd with the third annual Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory (NC) Motor Speedway. The Easter Bunny also serves as round one of the four race PASS National Championship series. The eighth PASS North super late model campaign will take the green on April 19th at Beech Ridge Speedway in Scarborough Maine.
Check out Leavitt Racing Components’ E-Store 24/7 at www.leavittracingonline.com or call them at 1.800.943.4149.Their newly expanded showroom and manufacturing facility is located at 174 Gasoline Alley in the Lakeside Industrial Park, Mooresville North Carolina.