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February 26, 2010

Pro Four Modifieds of New England Racing Series Announces Title Sponsors

Filed under: Pro 4 Mod — mod134 @ 9:23 am

Marlborough, MA — After being in an associate sponsorship position for the past two years, two New Hampshire based companies have teamed up to take on the role of Title Sponsor of the Pro Four Modifieds of New England Racing Series. The RF Logic / Bot-L-Gas Pro Four Modifieds of New England racing series has set a 16 race schedule for 2010 that begins on march 27 at the Waterford Speedbowl and ends at Thompson Speedway for the World Series of Racing weekend.

Based in Hudson, NH, RF Logic is a leading supplier of high quality coaxial cable assemblies, custom test equipment and related components to the RF/Microwave and high-speed digital markets. At RF Logic, the management and technical teams have been organized to provide customer-focused solutions for a wide variety of satellite, commercial, military and telecommunication requirements.

Bot-L-Gas is the leading supplier of propane in southern New Hampshire, providing 24-hour customer service by trained service technicians to both commercial and residential customers.

The Pro-Four Modifieds of New England Inc. (PFMNE) is an exciting competitive division that tours many top tracks throughout New England. In 1978 the division was created and began its career at Seekonk Speedway. The immediate success of the Pro-Four Modified’s with the fans allowed this division to begin touring New England race tracks. In 1979 the division became know as a limited touring division.

This division is an open-wheel modified series, it is a division with many veterans and young drivers who take advantage of the learning environment to someday progress to a V8 modified touring series. Our engine sizes are limited to 2330cc’s capable of 300 hp with spec chassis. The weight to horse power ratio allows extraordinary speed and handling.

Sources: Stan Mertz/RF Logic/Bot-L-Gas Pro Four Modifieds of New England Racing Series PR

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