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DSR Performance launches contingency program for NHRA teams

This afternoon DSR Performance, the retail arm of Don Schumacher Racing, announced the launch of the DSR Performance Racer Contingency Program for the duration of the 2022 NHRA season and beyond. Beginning this weekend, March 11th – 13th, at the NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway, current DSR Performance customers will have the opportunity to participate in the new program. It offers teams a financial incentive based on on-track performance at each applicable NHRA event.

NHRA national event winners, runner up finishers and No. 1 qualifiers will be eligible to receive a DSR Performance credit that would be applied to the participant’s next parts order. This program is open to all DSR Performance customers competing in NHRA’s Camping World Series Top Fuel and Funny Car classes as well as all Pro Mod competitors. In order to be eligible, the participant’s entry must have the DSR Performance logo prominently featured throughout the entirety of the race weekend. Teams can opt-into the DSR Performance Racer Contingency Program at all NHRA Camping World Series and E3 Spark Plugs Pro Mod Series events.

Made in house in Indianapolis and utilizing championship winning technology, DSR Performance supplies both new and used parts to many of the NHRA’s top tier teams including Antron Brown, Ron Capps, Matt Hagan, Justin Ashley, Josh Hart, Paul Lee, Cruz Pedregon, Leah Pruett and Bob Tasca III, among others.

Chad Osier, President of DSR Performance, had this to say about the new program, “DSR Performance has long supplied premium race engine and chassis components to racers and team owners, and we’re excited to build upon our customer activation with our latest facility expansion. This program will allow us to support racers and team owners, as well as grow our reach in motorsports. It’s a win-win for all parties.”

If you would like to become a DSR Performance customer or find out more information on how to participate in this program, you can contact Daniel Bartholomew at


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