Sponsor a Modified at Super Dirt Week for just $20
Brett Graham Racing is offering a once in a life time opportunity for just $20 at the grand-daddy of all dirt modified events, Super Dirt Week. The 21-year old throttle jockey is offering the chance to have your name displayed on his small block modified in front of 25,000 live race fans, and also in front of a television audience when the race is re-broadcast on the national television station, SPEED Channel, for just $20.
The personalized names will be lettered on the side panels of Graham’s modified, directly in front of Graham’s number, 36. The20names will be prominently displayed on the silver, black, and blue small block modified all throughout Super Dirt Week, on both sides of the car, to allow fans and photographers to be able to see your name on the car. Along with being able to help sponsor a race team, as a thank you, Brett Graham will send autographed 8x10 photos to all participants.
Graham has sat out of the cockpit of a dirt modified for the entire 2009 season in preparation of a full-out assault on the “Moody Mile.” Graham will have his small block entered in Saturday’s Syracuse 150 for the 358 modifieds against the best of the business, including names like Brett Hearn, Billy Decker, Danny Johnson, Tim Fuller, Pete Bicknell, Jimmy Horton, and 40 other stars and cars, which pays $20,000 to win. Then, Graham will take that same car and attempt to do what Chad Brachmann did last year, qualify his small block against the big blocks and make his rookie start in the Rite-Aid 200 for the big block modifieds. On top of that, Graham will run two 20-lap heats on Friday, and will also run the big block portion of the Future’s Race on Friday evening.
Brett Graham is a former winner at Syracuse in the inaugural Future’s Race for the small block modifieds in 2007, which was Super Dirt Week XXXVI, which explains why he will be changing his number to 36 for this year’s Super Dirt Week. The Future’s Race has all the race rookies in their respective race run against one another in a feature-type event, in which starting positions are determined by practice speeds. He also has wins at Accord Speedway in the budget sportsman division, and has put together very solid runs in the big block divisions at Accord Speedway, Fonda Speedway, and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park, with very limited funding in the past.
Parties interested in this sponsorship program can send their donations and what to letter onto the car at 79 Rose Hill Road, Accord NY, 12404 or for further questions can e-mail Brett Graham Racing at YfzMaster76@aol.com. Also, for those of you interested in following the progress of the team, Brett will have updates on his Facebook page, along with having a daily blog during www.RaceProWeekly.com’s Super Dirt Week coverage.