“COMP Cams is thrilled to be a part of the Engine Builders Program again this year,” said Chris Douglas, Vice President of Marketing, COMP Performance Group. “We pride ourselves on building the industry’s best and toughest valve train components, and the demanding races on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series are a perfect place to showcase our parts. We’re proud to support racers and teams that are just as dedicated to dirt racing as we are. Their passion for the sport truly reflects the mindset of all COMP Cams employees.”
Participating engine builders will earn points at each event based on the highest-finishing driver utilizing their engine. The engine builder who accumulates the most points will be crowned COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Year, winning $1,500 cash and additional product certificates. Engine builders finishing second and third will also receive various product awards.
The three engine builders vying for the COMP Cams Engine Builders Challenge title are Andy Durham Race Engines of High Point, South Carolina; Clements Racing Engines of Spartanburg, South Carolina; and Pro Power Racing Engines of Sullivan, Wisconsin.
Points will accumulate through the season’s end in October. For the latest COMP Cams Engine Builders Challenge standings, visit: www.lucasdirt.com/standings/comp-cams-engine-builders-challenge-points.
In addition to the year-end offerings, the Engine Builders Challenge will award the top engine builders at each event with products certificates from COMP Cams and other various companies. For a complete list of contingency awards available in 2016, visit: www.lucasdirt.com/drivers/contingency.