2010 CRA Southern Six-Pack Tour Champion
to Receive Chassis From Hamke Race Cars
Bare Chassis To Find New Home With Champ
Series PR Report

CRA Super Series officials announced today that the 2010 CRA Southern Six-Pack Tour Champion would receive a bare chassis from Hamke Race Cars & Parts. Stock Car Steel & Aluminum will provide the tubing that will be used by Hamke Race Cars & Parts to manufacture the chassis that will be awarded to the Champion.

“We greatly appreciate Hamke Race Cars & Parts and Stock Car Steel & Aluminum for stepping up to support the CRA Southern Six-Pack Tour,” remarked Glenn Luckett, Director of the CRA Super Series. “We are hoping to build the Tour into something bigger and better each year and it will take the support of companies like Hamke and Stock Car Steel to help get that done.”

The CRA Southern Six Pack Tour will consist of six events in the South which started on March 13th at Gresham Motorsports Park in Jefferson, Georgia were Augie Grill came away with the victory and is also the current points leader heading into this weekends All-Star Twin 150’s the second and third tour events on the 2010 schedule. Friday’s event will take place at Tri-County Motor Speedway in Hudson, North Carolina while Sunday’s event will take place at Hickory Motor Speedway in Newton, North Carolina. The other events in the Six-Pack Tour are July 17th at Gresham Motorsports Park, October 3rd at the Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee and the North/South Shootout on October 6th at Concord Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.

14 year old Chase Elliott, son of NASCAR legend Bill Elliott, is currently second in Six-Pack Tour points, he is nine points behind Grill. Bubba Pollard is third, he is seven points behind Elliott. Jason Hogan is in fourth, only two points behind Pollard. Mike Garvey is fifth, he is only two points behind Hogan.

Just like with its owner Robert Hamke, Hamke Race Cars & Parts is a place that knows everything there is to know about racecars. One look inside the shop located in Mooresville, North Carolina, littered with racecars and the tools to make them, shows how solid the operation really is. Hamke Race Cars & Parts does everything but build the engines that go in the cars.  Hamke offers clients everything from a bare-frame chassis, a rolling chassis, a chassis with interior, a rolling chassis with no body, a complete car or a turn-key (race ready) car. Hamke Race Cars & Parts also specializes in fixing and rebuilding wrecked racecars.

Many of today’s top late model teams use Hamke Race Car Chassis’s to get to victory lane and win Championships. NASCAR Superstar Kyle Busch used his Hamke to win the 2009 & 2010 SpeedFest events, the 2009 Redbud 300, the 2009 Winchester 400 and the 2009 Snowball Derby. Other notable late model drivers using Hamke Chassis’s include North/South Shootout and Rattler winner Jeff Fultz, three time CRA Super Series Champion Scott Hantz, 2008 Winchester 400 winner David Stremme, 2009 Gulf Coast Series Champion Johanna Long, and 2009 Viper Series Champion Bubba Pollard. More information on Hamke Race Cars & Parts is available at www.hamkeracecars.com or by contacting their shop at 704-660-0202.

Stock Car Steel & Aluminum is a supplier of racecar manufacturing products such as Carbon Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, and Chrome Moly tubing, sheets, bars, plates and structurals. Precision saw cutting is available on all materials. The Mooresville, North Carolina Company offers same day delivery on all products. More information is available on Stock Car Steel & Aluminum at www.stockcarsteel.com or by contacting them at 888-752-7272.

More information on the CRA Southern Six Pack Tour is available at www.craracing.net.