(Stafford Springs, CT)— 32 Signs of Baltic has renewed their participation in Stafford Speedway’s contingency program. 32 Signs will offer a rotating bonus of $100 to the second place finishers of the Late Model and Limited Late Model feature events. The $100 bonus will rotate between the two divisions for the 2017 season and with 22 races on the schedule, there will be $1,100 each for Late Model and Limited Late Model drivers to collect.
“We had a lot of fun with our contingency sponsorship last season and we wanted to be able to offer a little something back to the drivers again this season,” said Tom Abele, Jr., owner of 32 Signs. “As a racer myself, I’m well aware of how much help a little extra money can be and I feel like the Late Model and Limited Late Model divisions were two divisions that could use a little extra bonus.”
Also returning to Stafford for selected events during the 2017 season will be the 32 Signs trailer. The 32 Signs Mobile Trailer is capable of printing individual driver shirts and custom event shirts on the spot. They have several different template designs to choose from and 32 Signs will also contribute a percentage of tee-shirt sales to drivers based on sales of individual driver’s shirts.
32 Signs is located at 220 Main Street in Baltic, CT and they can be found on the web at www.thirtytwosigns.com or on Facebook by searching for Thirty Two Signs. 32 Signs can print tee-shirts, vehicle wraps, signs, and decals with a specialized focus on vehicle wraps.
The first 32 Signs contingency of the season was paid out this past weekend with Michael Wray taking home the $100 bonus for his second place run in the NAPA Spring Sizzler 30-lap Late Model feature event. May 12’s CBYD 811 50 Late Model program will see the Limited Late Model second place finisher collect the 32 Signs contingency and it will rotate between the two divisions for the season.
For more information, contact the Stafford Motor Speedway track office at 860-684-2783 or visit us on the web at www.staffordspeedway.com.