BAY CITY, Mich. (Dec. 5) – Two IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified series champions will earn Brinn transmission rebuilds each year as part of a new agreement covering the 2015-2019 race seasons.The top drivers in point standings for the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour and for the XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour both receive transmission rebuilds from the Bay City, Mich., manufacturer.Brinn will give $50 product certificates to top five place finishers at 30 IMCA special events in 2015. Those drivers will be entered in a post-season drawing, with the winner also receiving a new Brinn transmission.Product certificates will be mailed from the IMCA home office after official results from specials are received. Recipient of the transmission for 2014 was Ryan Roath of Phoenix, Ariz., runner-up in the Sept. 20 Desert Classic main event at Canyon Speedway Park.Also new to the Brinn program is a Predator transmission to be awarded to the pole starter at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s Saturday night main event. All 33 qualifiers for that event and the 12 Harris Auto Racing Race of Champions starters again receive $50 product certificates. Brinn is the most recent marketing partner to ink a five-year pact with IMCA. The new agreement takes Brinn through its 17th season of sponsorship. Information about the complete line of Brinn products is available by calling 989 686-8920, at the www.brinninc.com website and on Facebook. “The new agreement with Brinn solidifies our relationship for the next five years and demonstrates their commitment to IMCA racing,” said Kevin Yoder, director of marketing for IMCA. “Adding a second transmission giveaway at our biggest event of the year is going to make starting on the pole in Boone that much more lucrative.”
RelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Layvin Kurzawa has put pen to paper on a new deal with Paris Saint-Germain until the summer of 2024.Back in January, the left back had been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal in the Premier League and his future at the Parc des Princes appeared almost over. However, just as his contract was set to expire, Kurzawa has now signed a new four-year contract with the Ligue 1 giants – keeping him in Paris until 2024.Arsenal had been monitoring Kurzawa’s position at PSG with Mikel Arteta eyeing defensive reinforcements as he looks to rejuvenate his squad following an extremely turbulent season.But Kurzawa has ended any speculation over his future after committing to the French giants in the long-term.The 27-year-old has featured 123 times for PSG since joining the club back in 2015 from Ligue 1 counterparts Monaco.He has scored 13 goals, including a hat-trick against Anderlecht in the Champions League in 2017, while providing 21 assists during that time. After making the move to the French capital five years ago, Kurzawa has won four Ligue 1 titles, three French Cups and three League Cups.Tags: ArsenalLayvin KurzawaParis Saint-GermainPremier League
They head into the game brimming with confidence after Friday’s 0-0 draw in Sweden, which kept alive their hopes of claiming second spot in Group C. However, that point will only prove worthwhile if they add three more to it this evening, and while that may require a different approach, Trapattoni will not throw caution to the wind. He said: “I saw 20 games before I came to Ireland – I don’t remember this ‘show’. To remember the show, I must go back to Roy Keane and that great team. I played against this strong Ireland team. But for 24 years, we had been missing tournaments. I saw many games on DVD and I can’t remember seeing this.” Giovanni Trapattoni has insisted victory is all that matters for Ireland in tonight’s World Cup qualifier against Austria. Press Association The Italian continued: “Our team has produced this and we can win. Against France and against the teams in the first qualifying campaign, against Georgia, Montenegro and also Bulgaria, we played great football. Don’t forget, we have played well in the past.” Trapattoni has never made any apologies for his concentration on substance rather than style, although he went into the game in Stockholm knowing defeat could have signalled the end of his tenure. His pragmatism will come to the fore once again when he employs striker Connor Sammon alongside Shane Long in the absence of injured skipper Robbie Keane, because he believes the Derby frontman will be better suited to the task of both extending the Austrian defence and closing them down in possession than the more creative Wes Hoolahan. Provided that left-back Marc Wilson shakes off a groin injury, the Italian’s starting XI will see only one further change with Glenn Whelan returning in place of Paul Green. That will mean only two of the men who started the final Euro 2012 game against Italy in Poznan will remain, largely as a result of retirements and injuries. Whelan is one, and the other is Sunderland defender John O’Shea, whose experience among so many youngsters could prove vital. Trapattoni said: “He has personality whether he plays right-back or centre-half. He plays always in first team of a Premier League club and has played many games. “He can also play right-back, but at this moment he will stay at centre-half, where his experience as defender now is important as we are missing Richard Dunne.”
Press Association Liverpool have announced Steven Gerrard will have a testimonial match against Olympiacos in August. Gerrard scored one of his most famous goals against Olympiacos in 2004, helping Liverpool come from behind to win 3-1 and keep them in the Champions League. They went on to win the competition that season. Gerrard, who made his Liverpool debut almost 15 years ago, told the club’s website: “I am delighted to be honoured by Liverpool with a testimonial match and particularly thrilled that Olympiacos have accepted my invitation to play the fixture. Last time we met proved to be such a memorable game both for me personally and Liverpool Football Club. “I am also especially grateful that Olympiacos have truly embraced the aim of this match and chosen to donate their fee to charity. I am looking forward to what I know will be a fantastic game and a wonderful occasion.” The Reds will take on the Greek champions on August 3 in their only pre-season match to be played at Anfield. Proceeds from the event will go to the Steven Gerrard Foundation, while Olympiacos will donate their appearance fee to local charities in Greece.
Press Association “We’re hoping to go there. He seems good and I’m delighted with him,” the County Waterford trainer told At The Races. “Obviously Road To Riches didn’t do his form any harm. “He really enjoyed it there before and nearly half ran away with Andrew (Lynch) down the hill. “I’m delighted that’s where we’re heading and we’ll see how we go.” Henry de Bromhead reports Sizing Europe to be in fine shape ahead of his intended next outing in the Clonmel Oil Chase at the County Tipperary track on Thursday week. The ever-popular 12-year-old took the Grade Two prize over two and a half miles in 2012 and showed he retained lots of ability when beating Road To Riches in the PWC Champion Chase at Gowran last month. The runner-up gave the form a major boost when lifting the Jnwine.com Champion Chase at Down Royal on Saturday.
The new app, Dating Trojans, aims to connect past and current students with others affiliated with USC for both dating and networking. (Jonathon Xue | Daily Trojan)After failing to find a partner on dating apps like Tinder and Bumble, USC alumnus Sergio Pedroza decided to create his own platform to connect Trojans. Last month, Pedroza founded Dating Trojans, an app for USC students and alumni to connect and form professional, personal and romantic relationships. “People will hopefully find love on our app, and that’s amazing, but it’s also dating professionals or just going out to get coffee with people that you would never have access to outside of your existing network,” Pedroza said. Pedroza said the app is also a way for students and graduates to stay connected.Although users can currently download the app and get screened, the network won’t officially open until December 2018 or January 2019. For the screening process, the app verifies that all users previously attended or are currently attending USC. Pedroza said Dating Trojans will email potential users and ask them various questions such as their major, graduation year and which student organizations they were or are involved. Once the app determines that users are USC students or alumni, Pedroza said they will be given full access to see other users’ profiles and learn about various events on and around campus. Alumna Lindsay Mercadante said she gave Pedroza feedback on the app’s features and layout while he was developing it. Compared to other dating apps, Mercadante said Dating Trojans’ screening process allows users to know certain information before connecting with others on the app.“Everyone is going to be a part of the Trojan network, which means that they’re an actual person and [that] is already something tangible that you have in common,” Mercadante said. “Each of the profiles are vetted and verified … so you’ll have [a guarantee] that you’re actually dealing with a person who has been proven to be exactly who they identify themselves as.”USC alumnus Siddhant Gupta also said he gave Pedroza feedback on the app’s functions and design. He thinks having an app catered to the USC community will strengthen connections between users. “That is part of what makes it so unique and part of what will help make those better connections,” Gupta said. “USC is a very tight-knit community, the alumni association is so strong and the graduates have so much of a network. I think having that mutual connection will make it a little more special than other apps.” While Pedroza has not finalized all of the app’s features, he said users will be able to see multiple profiles at once, including images and personal information. Pedroza said he also plans to promote on-campus events and local restaurants where users can meet. He hopes that once the app officially opens, users will use it to make a variety of connections within the USC community.“We put you in a position to land you that job. We put you in a position to network with someone that will absolutely benefit your career. We put you in a position to meet someone that you’re going to fall in love with and maybe marry one day,” Pedroza said. “That’s our ultimate goal, to be the bridge between people within that network and allow them to accomplish amazing things like we’ve always been told we can do.”
MORE: Watch the 2019 NFL Draft on fuboTV (7-day free trial)Thankfully, the 2019 NFL Draft has no shortage of ways in which you can watch, either on TV (ABC, ESPN, NFL Network) or streaming (ESPN, NFL apps).That said, here’s everything you need to know to tune in to the 2019 draft, from dates and times to TV and online streaming.SN’s NFL DRAFT HQ:Day 2 winners & losers | Best available | Pick tracker The 2019 NFL Draft is here, offering a firsthand look as the top prospects from the college football ranks make their way to the pros.The draft, which will take place in Nashville, Tenn., is that window through which we can see these players’ hopes and aspirations — some of which began when these players were still playing pee wee ball — come to fruition. How to live stream the 2019 NFL DraftThe 2019 NFL Draft can be streamed live on the ESPN or NFL apps. It can also be streamed online with fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.What time does the 2019 NFL Draft start?Dates: April 25-27Day 3 start time: 7 p.m. ETTV channels: ABC | ESPN | NFL NetworkStream: ESPN app | NFL app | fuboTV The first round of the 2019 draft starts at 8 p.m. on Thursday. The second and third rounds, which will take place on Saturday, start at 7 p.m. Rounds 4-7 will take place on Saturday, starting at noon ET.TV schedule for Rounds 1-7RoundDateTime (ET)Time per pickRound 1Thursday, April 258 p.m.10 minRound 2Friday, April 26.7 p.m.7 minRound 3Friday, April 26—7 minRound 4Saturday, April 27noon5 minRound 5Saturday, April 27—5 minRound 6Saturday, April 27—5 minRound 7Saturday, April 27—4 minCan I watch the NFL Draft for free online?You can watch the NFL Draft for free online using a seven-day free trial from fuboTV. Otherwise, you can stream the draft using the ESPN or NFL apps, which are available for free download but require a cable subscription.
Larry Fitzgerald is in elite company. The Cardinals wide receiver reached 1,326 catches Sunday against the Seahawks and passed Tony Gonzalez for second all-time on the NFL receptions list. Fitzgerald trails only Jerry Rice with 1,549 catches, but the Hall of Fame receiver thinks it’s just a matter of time before he passes him, too.”He told me one thing. He was like, ‘You know what, there’s no celebration in being second,'” Rice said Tuesday on NFL NOW. “So, he’s got me looking over my shoulder right now, because if anybody can do it, I think it’s Larry Fitzgerald, because of his conditioning, his worth ethic and stuff like that. He’s just a great football player. Related News “This is just Year 16 for him. I played 20 years and I think with the game today, I think you’re going to see guys play much longer.”While Rice is rooting for Fitzgerald to break his reception record one day, he noted that career catches isn’t the only NFL record he holds.”It would be great to see. It’s gonna take a couple more years,” Rice said. “I told him, I said, ‘Well you know, Larry, if you break one of my records, I still got 36 more.'” Bears’ Khalil Mack ‘can’t wait’ to play Raiders in London Fitzgerald, 36, has spent his entire NFL career in Arizona and considered retirement this offseason before returning to the Cardinals on a one-year deal.He finished 2018 with 1,303 career receptions, breaking Rice’s record of most receptions (1,281) with one team.Arizona (0-3-1) is slated to visit Cincinnati (0-4) at 1 p.m. ET Sunday. John Ross injury update: Bengals receiver (shoulder) placed on IR
Due to the fact that everyone is coaching, there will be no Crusader Club for today at Big Cheese Pizza.
Wellington Police notes for Thursday, October 24, 2013â€¢10:20 a.m. Orman W. Fanning, 36,Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with two counts of dogs at large.â€¢11 a.m. Officers investigated child in need of care in the 600 block of E. 4th.â€¢5:09 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of miscellaneous in the 2000 block of E. 16th.â€¢5:15Â p.m. Officers made a welfare check in the 1100 block N. B.â€¢6:44 p.m. Officers investigated probation violation in the 1400 block of E. 16th.â€¢7:39 p.m. Officers investigated an aggravated assault in the 1200 block of E. Lincoln.â€¢8:30 p.m. Jay D. Brown, 70, Wellington was arrested, confined and bonded on charge of aggravated assault.â€¢7:39 a.m. Officers investigated possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in the 1200 block of E. Lincoln.