Sweet Manufacturing Continues Hard Charger Award – Reveal The Hammer
Sweet Manufacturing Continues Hard Charger Award
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Elkhart, Ind. (January 31, 2024) – The Reveal the Hammer Outlaw Late Model Tour is proud to announce that Sweet Manufacturing will again support the Hard Charger Award for every round of the 2024 Tour. The Hard Charger Award is given to the racer who improves their finishing position the most at each round of racing.

“We’re honored to have Sweet Manufacturing continue to support the Reveal The Hammer Outlaw Late Model Tour,” noted RTH official Rich Mersereau. “It’s incredible how many race cars at our events use their products. It’s much appreciated to award a product certificate at each round of racing.

About Sweet Manufacturing
In 1978, Randy Sweet started Sweet Manufacturing to introduce fellow racers to the advancements and knowledge he had gained from his trials and tribulations. To prove to the world that his parts could withstand the abuse of any car or track, Randy built the original “Rocket Car.” In 1984, he took a 2,200-pound stock car, made a plastic wall down its left side, and applied other aerodynamics. He set out to break track records all over the country. In the end, Randy established five track records on five different-sized tracks.
Randy continued his career for the next thirty years by winning in every type of car. He became the only non-East Coast resident to win at Thompson Speedway in a Super Modified. Afterward, he continued to work with the nation’s top drivers and engineers to improve every part that Sweet Manufacturing makes. Sharing Randy Sweet’s background and desire to win, everyone at Sweet Manufacturing is proud to say that our parts are built with experience and proven by performance. – sweetmanufacturing.com

About Reveal The Hammer Outlaw Late Model Series
A touring series designed to support Outlaw Late Model competitors looking to compete at various racetracks in the Upper Midwest while still being able to compete in a weekly series and special high-profile events.