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Chassisworks Returns as ’12 PSCA Presenting Sponsor
Brandon W. Mudd
LAS VEGAS --
It was announced Wednesday that Chris Alston’s Chassisworks would return as the presenting sponsor of the Pacific Street Car Association for the 2012 season. This is the third season Chassisworks has worked with PSCA in this role and its 11th
overall as a sanction and contingency sponsor.
"Here at Chris Alston's Chassisworks, we develop new and improve upon existing products with PSCA type cars in mind," said Chris Alston Jr., vice president of marketing at Chris Alston's Chassisworks. "We race what we sell and the PSCA gives us the stage to showcase our latest ideas and product lines. We have been involved with the PSCA for over ten years and look forward to continuing our support."
For more than 35 years, Chris Alston’s Chassisworks has remained committed to the development and manufacturing of components for street and race chassis applications. Their investment in technology — both on the factory floor and in their business systems — has been critical the company’s continued success.
Throughout the years, the NHRA has recognized their product designs at various events by presenting their Best Engineered award to cars featuring chassis designed or built by Chris Alston. This level of expertise and recognized quality is inherent in every single Chassisworks product.
PSCA President Mel Roth said he was excited to continue the partnership and proud to be affiliated with them for the 11th
consecutive year. “Racing is more than just dollars and cents, it’s about relationships off the track and safety on the track,” Roth said. “We know Chris Alston’s Chassisworks is considered to be a gold standard in our sport when it comes to providing safe quality equipment. The Pacific Street Car Association couldn’t be happier to continue this relationship.
In addition, Chris Alston’s Chassisworks will post contingency awards for PSCA racing events, including their popular “No Fab” front end kits and Verishocks.
For more information on Chris Alston’s Chassisworks, visit them on the Web at www.CAChassisworks.com
Fans of the Pacific Street Car Association can find updates and photos of PSCA racers and events by checking out PSCARacing.com, Twitter.com/PSCARacing, and Facebook.com/PSCARacing. Videos of PSCA drag racing action can be found at YouTube.com/PSCARacing.
Racers can visit the PSCA’s official page on Facebookto find the 2012 class rules.
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About the Pacific Street Car Association:
Entering into its 13th
season, the Pacific Street Car Association, based in Las Vegas, has been a staple of West Coast drag racing since its inception. With seven heads-up classes, four bracket classes, and three index classes, the PSCA provides some of the best racing in the country for both fans and racers. The PSCA season is capped off by its Street Car Super Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, now in its eighth year.
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