A super successful Eastern Canadian-based index series offers increased payouts and more events for 12th season…

Officials with the Niagara Falls-based area Joe’s Transmission TNT Super Series are very excited to announce big changes for the series as it enters its 12th season in 2018. The payout structure is getting a boost along with the event schedule.

Each race will now pay $1000 to win GUARANTEED – regardless of car count – AND the round money will be increased from $40 to $75 per round with payouts starting as always with a second round win.

The 2018 schedule will see 14 races – The most ever for the extremely competitive sportsman series. Actually 15 races if you include the REVS Full Throttle Powersports RACE OF CHAMPIONS. “This many races will make the points chase very interesting as the season progresses,” said Ted Barnes, Director of Operations for the TNTSS. The series is well known for putting the racer first and this is just another example of that.

Also this year at the banquet – Racers in the points will get to choose from the prize table IN THE ORDER OF THEIR FINISHING POSITION in the points.

“We tried this in 2017 and it went very well. We gave away almost 30 prize packages worth on average about $180 to each racer at the banquet.”

With these changes comes an increase to the entry fee. It will now be $100 for a tech card. But the points registration fee is dropping to only $50. There is also a change for those using co-drivers. It will now cost an additional $25 to do that.

“With the recent changes impacting sportsman racing, Joe Boniferro and I felt it was time to enhance things and make the TNTSS even better. The $1000 minimum is long overdue and the round money changes mean if you win second round, you are getting at least $150!”

The season kicks off on Memorial Day weekend and doesn’t stop until mid-September.

To learn more about the most competitive sportsman series on the planet and how you can become a part of it, visit www.tntsuperseries.com or www.facebook.com/TNTSuperSeries and sign up for the mailing list.

About the Joe’s Transmission TNT Super Series (TNTSS):
Since it began in 2006, the TNT Super Series has grown into one of the strongest, most competitive sportsman drag racing series in North America and has catapulted many competitors to success on the national stage.
The TNTSS is a self-governing organization operating with input from its teams.  Based on NHRA’s Super Street & IHRA’s Hot Rod classes, competitors run on a 10.90 index in the 1/4 mile (7.00 in the 1/8 mile) and race for a guaranteed purse of at least $1000 to win at every race.  The yearend points fund provides over $15,000 cash & prizes to the series members.

The TNTSS is committed to providing the highest level of competition backed by solid media support to showcase its participants across North America.  Events are contested at various drag racing facilities in southern Ontario and western New York and put on a spectacular show for the drag racing fan.

About Joe’s Transmission:

Joe Boniferro has owned and operated Joe’s Transmission Service in Niagara Falls, Ontario since 1984.  From the original single bay location, the business has progressed to a six bay, five employee automotive complex on Arthur Street.  The two storey building houses Joe’s Transmission (Commercial, Fleet and Performance Divisions) and Al’s Radiator Service.  They sell and install aftermarket high performance parts and accessories.  As a Firestone Dealer they sell and install drag racing tires.  Their specialty is building and repairing high performance transmissions.

Contact Joe and his team at (905) 374-6116 or visit them online at www.joestransmission.com .

Posted by:Lewis Robinson