Southern Illinois Raceway is pleased to announce the title sponsor for the 3rd running of the Highbanks Hustle. Engler Machine and Tool located in Princeton, IN has stepped up in a big way to help us make the 3rd Highbanks Hustle the best one yet! Tim and Tammy Engler have been huge supporters of SIR for the last 3 years and SIR could not be more thrilled to work with them in an even bigger way this year.
Engler Machine and Tool was started in 1980 by Tim Engler, his main line of business at the time was plastic injection molds. Over the years he has diversified widely, leaning towards "high performance products". He now makes fuel injection systems, custom made pulling chassis, gears, shafts, custom made CNC products, racing engines, and some custom machining. In the last few years Tim designed a mechanical fuel injection system for micro sprints. Even more recently, Tim also developed an electronic version of his already popular mechanical fuel injection system, giving racers a choice based on their preference. Whether it be by way of mechanical or electronic fuel injection, the name Engler has become synonymous with horsepower and torque in the micro sprint community! In fact, Engler Machine and Tool house driver Cale Thomas took home the win in the inaugural running of the Highbanks Hustle in 2013. Last year Engler had very well know customer Frank Flud win the preliminary night and take a close second to Jake Hagopian in the 2nd edition of the Hustle.
This year's Engler Machine and Tool Highbanks Hustle will also feature a pay increase of $7,500 to win and $350 to start the Saturday A-Main. With more on the line many racers will be looking for every advantage possible to get the most out of their race cars. Anyone interested in unmatched supported and power should give Tim or Tammy a call at 812-386-6254. Again SIR would like to extend a HUGE thank you to everyone at Engler Machine and Tool for helping us make this the best Hustle yet!! Who's ready for the Hustle? #HBH15