Stafford Springs, CT — Stafford Motor Speedway has announced that New England Racing Fuel with John Holland and Mike Joy have renewed their participation in the track’s Contingency Program for the upcoming 2011 season. New England Racing Fuel was the first company along with CARQUEST Auto Parts to join the SMS Contingency Program for the 1999 season and they have been part of the program every year since. The 2011 season will mark the 13th consecutive season that New England Racing Fuel has been a member of the SMS Contingency Program.
“We’re happy to be back at Stafford for another season,” said John Holland of New England Racing Fuel. “Stafford’s contingency program is a great program for us to be associated with. Over the years we’ve been involved some programs that haven’t worked out that well for us, but the Stafford program has been great. We’ve seen firsthand a great deal of positive feedback from the competitors who race at Stafford each week with our fuel bonus. Our goal is to have a program in place that gets the competitors excited and we’ve definitely found that with the contingency program at Stafford. We’re excited about being involved with another NASCAR racing season at Stafford.”
Last season saw New England Racing Fuel award competitors with a significant amount of free gasoline for their on-track performances. For the 2011 season, New England Racing Fuel will continue to provide fuel certificates in the amount of $50 to third place finishers in each SK Modified® and Late Model feature event, and a $25 fuel certificate to the first, second, and third place finishers in each SK Light Modified, Limited Late Model, and DARE Stock feature events. New England Racing Fuel will also continue to offer $25 fuel certificates to the top-3 finishing SK Modified® and Late Model teams who compete with the new SMS Spec Engine in each feature event during the 2011 season.