Fremont, CA/Green Bay, WI (March 5, 2013) – Hyperco has signed on as a contingency sponsor for the US Formula 1000 Championship in 2013. (Hyperco had previously sponsored the F1000 Pro Series) Hyperco will expand their support to include both the US Formula 1000 East and US Formula 1000 West Championships.
The Hyperco contingency award includes certificates for one pair of coil springs to the winner of each race (19 races total). 2nd place will receive a $50 product certificate and 3rd place will receive a $25 product certificate. Contingency award certificates must be redeemed directly from Hyperco.

About Hyperco
The Hyperco product line is utilized by many of the world’s top professional motorsports teams, from Formula One and Indycars to Stock Cars and Endurance Sports Cars. Hypercoils precision suspension springs are a natural fit with the high performance US Formula 1000 cars. Hyperco General Manager Kelly Falls is a big fan of these cars, the value they offer for both teams and drivers, and the show they put on for the race fans.
Hyperco is a division of MW-Industries. MW Industries, headquartered in Rosemont, Illinois, is a leading provider of highly engineered springs, specialty fasteners and other precision components to more than 23,000 customers. Its 40,000+ products are sold through a combination of direct sales, catalogs, and distributors to original equipment manufacturers and aftermarket customers in a number of industries, including medical, aerospace, electronics, agriculture/construction, automotive replacement, energy and military.

About US Formula 1000 Championship
The US Formula 1000 Championship is comprised of three separate championships within one series run within the SCCA National program. Drivers compete in either the US Formula 1000 East or the US Formula 1000 West Championship. Those drivers are also eligible to compete for the overall US Formula 1000 Champion. US Formula 1000 cars are purpose-built high-performance Formula 1000 race cars and Formula 2000 converted race cars powered by 1000cc motorcycle engines, with top speeds in excess of 150 MPH.

For additional information on the US Formula 1000 Championship visit the series website at: