Mandan, ND—Quick Rescue Roof joins a large group of driver contingency sponsors with a simple message—“let’s make racing more safe.” The Minot, ND manufacturer of modified and late model roofs, with a removable center section for driver extrication in the event of an emergency, has been quickly adopted by a variety of sanctioning bodies. The Quick Rescue Roof was designed specifically for dirt track racing by Chase and Randy Conway with assistance from several others who were committed to taking the product from prototype, to manufacturing, distribution, and race competition in less than one year.
The partnership between QRR and the Dakota Tour is a natural as both groups are passionate about improvements in driver safety and want to give back to the sport we love, right here in our home state. The Tour, made up of almost all club run race tracks with many volunteers has a focus on bringing in the best talent from the continent in both the IMCA Modified and Stock Car divisions. These volunteers and local fans love to see their talented group of local drivers race against the best right here in their own back yard.
Quick Rescue Roofs will donate four roofs to IMCA Modified drivers on the Tour. One will be awarded by draw to a driver that races in all six nights of the July 6-11, 2019 series. The other three will go to drivers in the top 25 in series points. QRR will join a large group of contingency sponsors from all over the US and Canada.
Quick Rescue Roofs will be on display at all tracks during the Tour through Dakota Trackside, the exclusive parts supplier during the series.