Daughters first PRIME Racing development program driver
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July 12, 2013

GOWER, Mo. -- PRIME Racing Products & Custom Fabrication, LLC, has announced an innovative and compelling sector of their quickly growing parts and service business. PRIME Racing’s Driver Development Program is now in full swing as Level 5 Motorsports signed a contract with Dustin Boney to transition 16-year-old Polo, Mo., driver Mason Daughters from the highest ranks in karting to the dirt modified scene.

Daughters, an accomplished shoe on the karting tour, is expanding to full-scale dirt racing cars as a progression toward the highest ranks in asphalt racing.

“The phenomenal reputation of Dustin Boney and PRIME Racing Products was the initial draw and after discussing our options for Mason’s future in racing and witnessing the professionalism that PRIME Racing presented, the answer was clear,” said Mason Daughter’s father, Greg.

PRIME Racing’s Driver Development Program boasts top-notch equipment utilizing ground-breaking technology, personal driving instruction, public speaking instruction, full-time mechanics, a transport hauler and a racing schedule to fit your budget.

“Our objective is to get our drivers experienced on the dirt surface by acquiring as many laps at as many different tracks as we can get,” said Boney. “Mason’s progression through the first month on our program says it all. Four weeks ago, he had never driven a race car larger than his kart. Now he is qualifying for events, racing up front and in contention for the win his USRA B-Mod. The next step is to progress into A-Modifieds which will teach him even more car control and expose him to the biggest race events in the sport.

The Driver Development Program is in addition to their regular daily business. PRIME Racing Products is still open to the public offering parts and services for all types of dirt racers including chassis fabrication and custom bodies. The PRIME RacingDriver Development Program is limited to one single driver per racing event. If you are interested in learning the details about how PRIME Racing Driver Development Program can benefit your driver’s performance, visit www.primeracingproducts.com or contact Boney direct at 913-290-1146.

Mason Daughters finished third at the Fayette County Speedway in West Union, Iowa, on July 12, and the next stop of the PRIME Racing Development Program is Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., on July 13.

To learn more about the team and keep up with Mason’s progress visit www.primeracingproducts.com or www.masondaughters.com. Also follow us on Twitter at Prime Racing Product to get complete race results.

Prime Racing Products is a proud distributor of these top brands: Beyea Custom Headers, Custom-Built Shocks by Precision Performance, GRT by TC/PRP Race Cars, Hooker Harness and more.

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