The Minnesota Mafia Steps Up for National Sprint League!

Windom, MN (December 4, 2014) – The Minnesota Mafia will enter its fourth year of operation in 2015. The organization has helped countless drivers, teams and tracks by raising money from fans and through fundraisers and donations. It has been a tremendous effort in growing racing not only in Minnesota, but in the Upper Midwest! Their Minnesota Mafia Point Fund Series schedule included a dozen shows in 2014.

This year, the Minnesota Mafia will step up again, offering $200 for quick time at every National Sprint League event as part of their efforts! The current NSL schedule has over twenty-five races scheduled at fourteen tracks in seven Midwest states. The series, founded by Tod Quiring of Big Game Treestands will pay out a point fund of $350,000.

Shane Phillips of The Minnesota Mafia is excited about supporting the NSL. “The Minnesota Mafia is really excited to be a part of the inaugural season of the National Sprint League by sponsoring the Quick Time Award,” he says. “Our goal is to support drivers, tracks and sanctioning bodies so we, as fans, continue to have great races to attend. We think supporting the NSL along with continuing our own Minnesota Mafia Point Fund Series gives us the opportunity to positively affect Sprint Car racing on a local and regional level. The 2015 racing season is going to be an exciting one. We can’t wait for it to start.”

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