Clancy lays out plans for 2015
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January 13, 2015

The rumor mill is hot about 2014 USRA B-Mod National Champion Chad Clancy and his plans for the 2015 racing season. He will receive his championship trophy at the the USRA banquet on Jan. 31, but that title came with much scrutiny.

Clancy had the spotlight on him most of the 2014 season as he quickly pulled into the national points lead early in the season and ended up winning a whopping 22 feature events in pursuit of the esteemed title. Signing in 55 times, he earned 50 top-5 finishes and only ended two nights with a DNF. His 2014 season was what most would consider a once-in-a-lifetime year as his cards fell right and caught him on top of his game.

Clancy recently sold that championship USRA B-Mod to a young racer in Virginia and has a brand new, never-assembled 2015 chassis for sale on various websites.

“It was just time for a change,” Clancy remarked.

On Jan. 11, Prime Racing Products received a deposit on a new Rage Chassis from Clancy and his business partner, Scott Fugett.

“We’ve purchased products through Dustin (Boney) and Prime Racing Products since they opened and I value the working relationship that they have to offer our team,” Clancy added. “I am excited for the opportunity to get support from Dustin both at the track and in the shop and I really think we made a positive move to step up our game even further this coming year.”

“I have watched Chad race for several seasons and obviously last year, he had everyone’s attention. Mike (Higley) and I are excited to have him in a car and really have a great opportunity to work with another driver who can give us good feedback for the benefit of all our customers,” Boney said. “Chad Clancy is a welcomed addition to the Prime Racing Products family. I look forward to working closely with him and watch his success in 2015.”

As of now, Prime Racing Products will have three Rage Chassis’ to debut at the inaugural Battle at the Bullring in Humboldt, Kan., in March. The Prime Racing Products house car driven by Mike Higley and Chad Clancy both will premier their 2015 Rage Chassis. Miah Christensen, an accomplished driver out of South Dakota will also debut his 2015 season in a Rage Chassis at the B-Mod big money season opener.

Clancy began racing in 1998 in the Stock Car division but has also raced Grand Nationals, Modifieds and Late Models. He settled into the B-Mod division in 2011 and has a career total of over 60 feature wins.

“We parked next to Clancy in 2013 when I took Mason Daughters to the 2nd Annual B-Modified Nationals in Fountain City, Wisconsin. He was one of only a couple Kansas City locals that made the haul and he really impressed a lot of people with his representation. He won the qualifier on the 2nd night with over 130 entries. He is always a tough competitor and I know he will represent Prime Racing and the Rage Chassis well,” Boney added.

“I am just happy to be associated with a company that appreciates what I have to offer and I look forward to being a part of Prime Racing’s growth in the coming years,” noted Clancy.

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