The Rock Island Grand Prix, Vega Tires and TS Racing have announced a contingency program worth $5,600 to participating racers using Vega Tire compounds. The contingency program is available in all classes where Vega Tires are legal, excluding Vintage and Ignite classes.
Drivers who win a race on four Vega Tires will receive $200 in cash. Those finishing second on Vega Tires will receive a $100 gift certificate from Vega and those finishing third on Vega Tires will receive e a $50 gift certificate from Vega.
In addition, TS Racing, the Vega Tire importer for the United States, is also offering a special pricing program for Rock Island Grand Prix competitors. The world class CIK/WSK homologated Vega XM 460/710 tire set is reduced to $189.00. The popular FH Blue 460/710 tire set will be $150.00. Vega has all competitors covered with a wide selection of tire compounds to fit every class.
Check out the Vega Tire selection at TSRacing.com or call 800-962- 4108 and speak to a representative.
Sponsors of this year’s Rock Island Grand Prix include Mediacom, AT&T, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Jumer’s Casino and Hotel, Jack’s Brake & Alignment, MG Tires, Curry’s Transportation, Holiday Inn, ekartingnews.com, CBS4, Fox 18, QC-CW TV, The Dispatch and Rock Island Argus newspapers, Briggs & Stratton Motorsports, Courtesy Car City, G&E Credit Union, Margay Racing, McDonald’s restaurants, Schurr Power, Verizon IndyCar Series. Advanced Medical Transport, Modern Woodmen Bank, Modern Woodmen Financial - Joe Schurr, Gett Industries, Johannes Bus Service, Sunbelt Rentals, Rogan Scales.