CONCORD, NC - On the heels of the major announcement last week regarding Tiered fees and significant purse payouts for best overall finishers in certain classes in the 2016 RLV Tuned Exhaust Products Gold Cup Series, sponsors have been lining up to become a part of the excitement for the new season for the top 4 Cycle Sprint program in America. The latest to join is Spooner General Contractor, sponsoring the second day of competition for the Sportsman Pro Gas Animal Lite class. While the Sportsman Pro Gas Animal Lite class will be listed as a Trophy Class during the weekend, competitors in that class still have a shot at a $200 payday during the 10 lap Friday Night Shootout race, immediately following practice.
The Spooner General Contractor sponsorship is the continuation of a long line of sponsors who have signed up for 2016, those others including Coyote Motorsports, MattMillerRacing.com, Briggs and Stratton, Boon and Sons, Water Medic, Bordeaux Dyno Cams, Brads Heating and Cooling, Jim’s Marine, Inferno Racing Clutches, Trackside Kart Supply, Mikim Motorsports, and Noram Clutches, with the list growing each day.
The 2016 season for the RLV Tuned Exhaust Products Gold Cup Series kicks off April 15-17 at the ever-popular 103rd Street Sports Complex in Jacksonville, Florida.
In addition to the Shootout races for both Sportsman and Junior Pro Gas, each paying $200 to win, $100 for second, and $50 for third, as well as trophies for the top 5, several classes, including Senior Pro Gas Medium and Heavy, as well as Senior LO206, will run for the chance for a driver to come away with a $500 weekend payday, with $250 going to second and $100 to third of the best overall weekend finishers. The same will apply to drivers in the Junior Pro Gas Lite and Heavy classes, with Senior Pro Gas drivers also having a shot at some extra money in the Friday night shootout race.