2021 Annual Meeting Notes (Corrected 12/3)
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2021 Annual Meeting Notes (Corrected 12/3)

2021 Annual Meeting Notes (Corrected 12/3)

11/19/2021 -
St Cloud, MN (November 19, 2021) – For immediate release. The WISSOTA Promoters Association Inc Annual Meeting wrapped up 2 days of deliberations among member promoters. The following car rules were passed by the promoters by a minimum of 2/3rds vote of those present. These rules are a summary. Exact wording
Searing Stuns Foes en Route to WISSOTA Late Model National T...

Searing Stuns Foes en Route to WISSOTA Late Model National T...

11/8/2021 -
FYE Motorsports Promotions Huron, South Dakota Late Model Rookie Cole Searing, not only raced to the 2021 WISSOTA Late Model National Rookie of the Year title this past season but impressively, he also claimed the 2021 WISSOTA Late Model National Championship for his season-long efforts as well. Searing, the
Sabraski Secures Third Super Stock National Title; Eighth Ov...

Sabraski Secures Third Super Stock National Title; Eighth Ov...

11/8/2021 -
FYE Motorsports Promotions It should be no surprise to anyone that Rice, Minnesota’s Shane Sabraski was in the National Championship conversation during the 2021 racing season, as he is one of the all-time winningest drivers in the country and was able to race to his 3rd WISSOTA Super Stock National title at
Rodin Roars to First Career WISSOTA Midwest Modified Nationa...

Rodin Roars to First Career WISSOTA Midwest Modified Nationa...

11/8/2021 -
FYE Motorsports Promotions Marion, North Dakota’s Lucas Rodin has been racing in the WISSOTA Modified division for the past ten seasons and has always dreamed of winning a National Championship and at the conclusion of the 2021 season, he was able to realize that dream after a self-described ‘dream’ season ca
Peterson Powers to WISSOTA Modified National Title by One Po...

Peterson Powers to WISSOTA Modified National Title by One Po...

11/8/2021 -
FYE Motorsports Promotions Hickson, North Dakota’s Tyler Peterson claimed the 2021 WISSOTA Modified National Championship in thrilling fashion, by only one single point, for his season-long efforts after competing in nearly 70 WISSOTA-sanctioned events across four states and amassing 20 sanctioned victories a

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2021 Annual Meeting Notes (Corrected 12/3)

2021 Annual Meeting Notes (Corrected 12/3)

11/19
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11/8
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11/8
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11/8
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11/8
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11/8
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11/8
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Racer and Fan Demographics

WISSOTA Race Fans Views On Sponsorship

WISSOTA race fans were asked to answer the following questions pertaining to sponsorship and corporate involvement with racing.

I support companies who sponsor race teams and try and choose their products or services whenever possible.

Strongly Agree 37.55%
Agree 43.23%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 16.16%
Disagree 2.18%

I choose products from sponsors over companies who are not sponsors even when the price is slightly higher.

Strongly Agree 17.47%
Agree 35.81%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 34.06%
Disagree 10.48%
Strongly Disagree 1.31%

I believe that sponsorship of race teams is important and necessary to the continuation of the sport.

Strongly Agree 78.60%
Agree 16.59%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 2.18%
Disagree 0.87%
Strongly Disagree 0.44%

I think motorsports has become too commercial and that sponsorship interferes with good racing.

Strongly Agree 9.61%
Agree 10.48%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 24.89%
Disagree 33.62%
Strongly Disagree 20.09%

I often find out about local businesses because of sponsorship or sponsorship promotions at the track.

Strongly Agree 28.38%
Agree 46.29%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 21.40%
Disagree 1.75%
Strongly Disagree 0.87%

I pay attention to the companies who sponsor racing and notice new sponsors, changes in sponsors, teams who are not sponsored.

Strongly Agree 35.81%
Agree 50.66%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 11.79%
Disagree 0.44%

I would consider buying products at the track offered by companies who are sponsors.

Strongly Agree 27.51%
Agree 50.66%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 18.78%
Disagree 0.87%
Strongly Disagree 0.87%

I believe local companies have an obligation to support racers in their community.

Strongly Agree 26.20%
Agree 25.33%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 32.75%
Disagree 11.79%
Strongly Disagree 2.62%

I believe large companies should support local programs more than what they are currently doing.

Strongly Agree 41.05%
Agree 34.06%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 19.21%
Disagree 3.06%
Strongly Disagree 0.44%

I would not buy products from a specific company if I found out they chose not to sponsor my favorite race team or driver.

Strongly Agree 17.47%
Agree 17.90%
Neither Agree Nor Disagree 31.88%
Disagree 24.02%
Strongly Disagree 7.86%

Do you think the average race team does a good job promoting their sponsors?

They do a great job 29.26%
Most do a good job 46.29%
Many could do more 18.34%
Most don’t do a good job 4.37%