Boyer’s Engine Development powers USRA drivers
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January 12, 2006

AMES, Iowa -- Officials from the United States Racing Association announced today that Boyer’s Engine Development will be a contingency sponsor of the USRA Casey's General Stores Weekly Racing Series for the 2006 racing season.

"Dick Boyer has been helping racers get to the finish line first for many years," said USRA Communications Director Jeff Nun. "The Boyer’s Engine Development staff has the know-how and experience to lift any team to the next level.

"It's a real honor to our organization, and a real benefit to our competitors to have Boyer’s Engine Development on board this season."

As part of their commitment to USRA competitors, Boyer’s Engine Development will contribute to the season-ending national points funds for the USRA-sanctioned Modified ans Stock Car divisions.

Located in Ames, Iowa, Boyer’s Engine Development has been building the winning combination for over 23 years. Besides his national championships, Dick Boyer’s engines have won multiple track championships and special events. The goal at Boyer’s Engine Development is to provide customers with the highest quality of race engines available anywhere. The Boyer’s Engine Development team is constantly researching new products and developing new machining operations. This, along with their in-house dyno testing and extensive on-track testing, has made Boyer’s Engine Development a leader in the high-performance race engine industry.

For more information about Boyer’s Engine Development, call 515-233-3411 or visit www.boyersengine.com online.

To learn more about the United States Racing Association or for information regarding sponsorship packages, call the USRA headquarters at (515) 832-7944 or visit www.usraracing.com online.


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