IMCA state champions receive Eibach awards

first_imgCORONA, Calif. – State champions in six IMCA divisions have received post-season awards from Eibach Springs. “The Eibach program this year includes six randomly selected complete sets of springs and recognizing these six winners is a great punctuation to a great season,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder noted. “We are very appreciative of Eibach for not only recognizing these six winners, but providing awards to all of our state champions in 2019.” The 2019 season was Eibach’s 11th as an IMCA sponsor and the first in which contingency awards were given to E3 Spark Plugs State champions. All 80-plus drivers winning IMCA Modified, IMCA Late Model, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod state champions received $100 product certificates from the Corona, Calif., manufacturer.center_img Six randomly selected state championship-winning drivers received sets of four springs. Those drivers are Kelsie Foley, Modifieds in Arizona; Dalton Simonsen, Late Models in Iowa; Austin Brauner, Stock Cars in Nebraska; Marc Minutolo, Hobby Stocks in New York; Luke Stallbaumer, Northern SportMods in Kansas; and Taylor Florio, Southern SportMods in Texas. last_img read more

Decatur County Commissioners update travel ordinance

first_imgGreensburg, IN—The Decatur County Commissioners have added a new ordinance that brings the County back down to a level orange travel advisory, per the regulations in the Governor’s ordinance, but there are still restrictions with penalties in place.  The County is still restricting all travel that is not exempt from the Governor’s ordinance between the hours of 10 pm and 5 am. The ordinance also stipulates that when traveling, there should only be one person in the vehicle unless the vehicle requires more than one to operate it, the driver is transporting one passenger to a location of a business or to employment, or if the driver is traveling with minor children that can’t be left alone. Restaurants and other businesses in Decatur County will be allowed to open under the restrictions of only being able to offer curbside pickup or delivery. Click here to read the entire ordinance.last_img read more