Nasse Wins Rowdy Manufacturing ARCA/CRA Super Series Fast Qualifier Season Award

Salem, IN (November 5, 2020) – Pinellas Park, Florida native Stephen Nasse got an extra bonus this past All American 400 Weekend at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, thanks to Rowdy Manufacturing. Nasse was the name drawn by Rowdy Manufacturing’s Justin Oertel in Sunday mornings drivers meeting, prior to the running of Sunday’s All American 400, of all the Rowdy Manufacturing Fast Qualifier Award winners through out the 2020 ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS 2020 season. 

As the drawn winner, Nasse will receive the cost of a bare Rowdy Manufacturing Chassis off a Rowdy Manufacturing Rolling Chassis.

“That’s pretty cool to win that drawing,” remarked Nasse. “I really wasn’t expecting to hear my name, but that’s awesome. I appreciate Rowdy Manufacturing for supporting Super Late Model racing and for them supporting this award!” 

Rowdy Manufacturing sponsored the Rowdy Manufacturing Fast Qualifier Award at each ARCA/CRA Super Series event throughout the 2020 season. The Rowdy Manufacturing Fast Qualifier at the Redbud 400, the Winchester 400 and the All American 400 received a $500 cash bonus from Rowdy Manufacturing. The Rowdy Manufacturing Fast Qualifier at the Money in the Jennerstown Speedway event received a $200 cash bonus from Rowdy Manufacturing. The Rowdy Manufacturing Fast Qualifier at the series regular 100 and 125 lap events received a $100 cash bonus from Rowdy Manufacturing.

Nasse was the Rowdy Manufacturing Fast Qualifier Award winner at the series season points opener on May 30th at Lebanon I-44 Speedway. Other Rowdy Manufacturing Fast Qualifier Award winners during the season included Casey Johnson at Anderson Speedway on June 20th and the Redbud 400 on July 13th, Cayden Lapcevich at Toledo Speedway on September 19th and the Winchester 400 on October 11th, Josh Brock at Jennerstown Speedway on July 4th, Travis Braden at Lebanon I-44 Speedway on September 6th, Trevor Noles at Bristol Motor Speedway on September 26th and Kodie Connor at this past weekends All American 400 event. 

Rowdy Manufacturing, founded by 2015 and 2019 NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch and co- owned by Justin Oertel, is a racecar manufacturer based in Mooresville, North Carolina. In 2018, Busch combined forces with Oertel, who purchased Hamke Racecars & Parts the same year, bringing two of the most successful manufacturers in the country together as one.

Since its inception in 2016, Rowdy manufactured chassis’ have won numerous races from coast-to-coast including the Snowball Derby (2017 and 2018), the Winchester 400 (2017), the Winter Showdown (2018), the Redbud 300 (2018), the Short Track U.S. Nationals (2018 and 2020), the Battle at Berlin 251 (2019) and the All American 400 (2020).

Hamke Racecars & Parts, which was originally founded by Robert Hamke in 1981, has been trusted for the last 37 years by many notable drivers that have competed, and racked up many race victories and championships across the country using Hamke chassis. More information is available on Rowdy Manufacturing at www.rowdymfg.com. 


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