Appleton, WI – Automatic Transmission Design (ATD), a leader in performance automatic transmission manufacturing, continues its longtime support of short course off-road racing with its participation in the 2011 MORR Contingency program. ATD is the transmission of choice for many Sportsman and PRO short-course off-road racers. The company offers performance transmissions, torque converters, and trans brakes for a variety of motorsports.
“We understand the need to support our customers,” remarks Charlie McCormick, owner of ATD. “We have personnel on-sight at all TORC events, to ensure our customers will maximize their performance on the track. Then we also say thanks to our customers with our contingency plan.”
The ATD contingency plan covers all Sportsman truck and car classes, as well as the PRO-Light division. The total posting for the 2011 MORR Contingency Plan is $20,400.
About Automatic Transmission Design
“ATD performance off road parts get you where you’re going.” Whether it’s short-course off-road racing, trail blazing, farm -duty, or “Backyard Bashing,” ATD has the part for your needs. ATD offers specialized transmissions and torque converter packages for all-out competition, street/strip demands, as well as heavy-duty towing transmissions for gas and diesel applications. For more information call Charlie @ (262) 251-7777 or email email@example.com
The goal of the Midwest Off Road Racing (MORR) group is to insure affordable racing for the Midwest Sportsman Off Road Racer by uniting racers with a common voice. Maintaining affiliations with approved sanctioning bodies will allow the competitor and the enthusiast to enjoy off road racing now and in the future. www.midwest-offroadracing.com