CHICAGO, IL – SFG Promotions, Inc. is pleased to announce that NHRA Mello Yello Series lead announcer, Brian Lohnes will announce the JEGS-SFG 1.1 Million presented by Allstar Performance at US 131 Motorsports Park, June 29- July 5, 2020. Kyle Riley, CEO of SFG Promotions is committed to making the highest paying drag race in history big in every way, including the announcer lineup as illustrated in this move.
“I’m thankful for the invite to be a part of what will surely be a long remembered moment in drag racing history,” says Lohnes. “I am fortunate to see lots of drag racing every year and I honestly love every different genre of the sport but there’s something really special about this one. The level of competition will be incredible and I’m pumped to have the best seat in the house!”
Although it was recently announced that the JEGS-SFG 1.1 Million will be closed off to spectators, you can still catch Lohnes announce this historic race through MotorMania TV coverage presented by JEGS. In addition to the 1.1 Million dollar main-event, two $100,000-to-win races, a $20,000-to-win race, and a $5,000-to-win ladies shootout will all be contested throughout the race week in Michigan.
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DELAWARE, OH – High-performance parts giant JEGS.com has entered an agreement to become the title sponsor of Kyle Riley’s wildly successful SFG series of high-dollar bracket races. The sponsorship gives JEGS.com title rights to three of the four scheduled races in 2020 and presenting sponsorship rights to the fourth event.
Additionally, JEGS is sponsoring the live video feed of each race, bringing all the on-track action to the Internet each day via MotorManiaTV.com.
With a combined purse of more than $3M this year, the JEGS SFG 500, JEGS SFG $1.1 Million, JEGS SFG Superbowl of Bracket Racing and the FTI SFG 350 presented by JEGS are guaranteed to bring the top drag racers from across the country.