Crane Cams Becomes the Official
Ignition System of the CRA Super Series
Programs to Help Racers Will Be Part of The Deal
Series PR Report

Champion Racing Association officials and have announced that Crane Cams has agreed to become the Official Ignition System of the CRA Super Series for the upcoming 2011 race season. This will be Crane Cams first ever partnership with CRA and the CRA Super Series.

Crane Cams will have an extensive program to award the teams and engine builders utilizing Crane Cams Ignition Systems with the CRA Super Series and CRA Southern Six-Pack Tour events during the 2011 season. Crane Cams will award a $250 Product Certificate to the highest finishing car at each event utilizing a Crane Cams Ignition System. Crane Cams will award the engine builder of that highest finisher with a $100 Product Certificate. In addition Crane Cams will award the 2011 CRA Super Series Champion and CRA Southern Six-Pack Tour Champion with a $500 Product Certificate and the Champions engine builder with a $250 product Certificate. Teams must have the Crane Cams sticker properly placed on their cars in order to receive the Product Certificates.

“We are very happy to have Crane Cams as a marketing partner with our CRA Super Series for the 2011 season”, remarked Glenn Luckett, Series Director. “The tremendous success this series has experienced over the past several seasons, has helped CRA attract great supporters like Crane Cams. Our success is due to the great racers and sponsors that have supported our series, it’s great to have companies like Crane Cams coming on board to support our racers!”

Crane Cams has been manufacturing high-performance aftermarket parts since the 1950s, and has been a major force in motorsports. Whether its circle track, drag racing, or dirt track racing, Crane Cams has been providing engine technology to winning teams for more than six decades.

More information about Crane Cams is available at More information on the CRA Super Series is available at

CRA Super Series competitors can race for Crane Cam product certificates this coming season.  (Dennis Kimble Photo)