Summit Motorsports Park is pleased to announce; R&R Auto Body is bringing back the Paint My Ride Program back for its nineth season!
A third generation, family owned and operated business, R&R Auto Body is one of the leading custom paint shops in the Midwest. Some of their most visible rolling canvases are the Funny Cars raced by John Force in the annual Kelly Services Night Under Fire. R&R Auto Body’s work is also seen on hundreds of other race cars, custom cars and high-end restoration jobs across the U.S.
R&R Auto Body strives on providing their clients with the best quality service possible! They will sit down with the winner of this program and craft a design that suits his/her personality. Many of their custom paint schemes they have created over the years have won “best appearing” awards at variety of motorsports shows in the Midwest.
Current Winner: 2017 R&R Auto Body Paint My Ride Winner – Steven Schmidt (Super Pro)
Dennis Hall, Mansfield OH, 2016 R&R Auto Body Paint My Ride Winner
Cary Gill, Grafton OH, 2015 R&R Auto Body Paint My Ride Winner
Nick Moss, Amherst OH, 2014 R&R Auto Body Paint My Ride Winner
Nick Akoury, North Olmsted OH, the 2013 R&R Auto Body "Paint My Ride".
Garry Fleenor, Port Clinton OH, won our 2012 R&R Auto Body "Paint My Ride" contest.
Jason Proffit of Brownstown, MI was our 2011 R&R Auto Body “Paint My Ride” winner.
Derrick Brown, Malvern OH, was the inaugural winner of the 2010 R&R Auto Body “Paint My Ride”.
How does it work?
We are making it easy for you to participate in the R&R Auto Body “Paint My Ride Program”. First, you must be a member of the Finish Line Club. Then, if you wish to participate in this year’s Paint My Ride program, all you need to do is check the box on the FLC finish line application and return to guest services at your first points race you attend, and we will take care of the rest! Racers must also place the R&R “Paint My Ride” decals on both side of the race car in the designated place.
The R&R Auto Body “Paint My Ride Program” begins on May 12th and will conclude September 29, 2018. Every eligible run will automatically be entered for you, except for ‘fouls’ or ‘red-lights’. The R&R Auto Body “Paint My Ride Program” program uses an innovative scoring formula that rewards a racer’s consistency and performance over the entire racing season. To win a custom R&R Auto Body paint job a racer must have the best overall score factoring in reaction time, and their dial-in vs. actual E.T. It is similar to a major league pitcher’s ERA where the lowest score is best. A racer must have a minimum of 13 rounds to have their score considered in the final tabulation and ‘foul’, or “red-light” rounds do not count.
At no time is a driver permitted to change classes, or change their FLC permanent number, even if the minimum number of rounds is met. Attempting to do so will automatically cause forfeiture of Paint My Ride points! The track will enter the data for those racers who wish to participate in the program. Results will be updated before the following point’s race.
The R&R Auto Body “Paint My Ride” is a non-transferable award and must be redeemed within 30 days of receipt. Redemption equates to meeting with R&R Auto Body, initiating the custom paint design and scheduling a vehicle drop-off date. The newly painted car will be displayed at the Annual Edelbrock Super Series Awards Banquet held each January. In the event of forfeiture, the prize will automatically be awarded to the driver with the next best overall average.
To join the Finish Line Club, a racer needs to download the application or pick one up in Customer Service at Summit Motorsports Park. The cost is just $65 per class and also qualifies a racer to be eligible for the Edelbrock $54,150 Super Series points fund as well as hundreds of thousands of dollars in contingency payments and other racing programs.