Thank you for taking the time to visit the Mike Neis Racing website dedicated to Mike Neis, of Champlin, MN. We are grateful for your interest in dirt track racing and its infinite marketing opportunities. Through the continued growth of this segment of automobile racing, we feel confident that we can offer your company a level of exposure that will bring great benefits to the sales of your products and services. As you click on the various pages of this website, you will find details about Mike Neis Racing and their future goals and aspirations.
Automobile racing is one of America’s favorite professional sports; in fact, it is the number one spectator sport in the world! Every year, hundreds and thousands of fans spend millions of dollars to fulfill their craving for racing. A growing segment of this automobile fan base are the open wheel Modified fans. These machines are custom-built race cars that race side-by-side on tricky dirt ovals all across the country. Combine this with the fact that they are racing against at least 24 of the best dirt drivers in the world at speeds nearing 100 m.p.h., and it is easy to see why the popularity of dirt track racing has skyrocketed in recent years.
The driver of the Mike Neis Racing #1n1 machine is Mike Neis. As a dedicated father he has raised two kids and marched for 5 years with Minnesota Brass Drum and Bugle Corps winning the 2011 Open Class World Championship in the process. Mike will take that same passion as a driver and team leader of the #1n1 car and you can be sure MIke and his team will work hard and stay focused until they reach the top.
Now that you know a little about Mike Neis Racing, we would like to send you a sponsorship portfolio if you are truly interested in supporting the #1n1 team. This portfolio is designed to introduce you to some current marketing opportunities available in the world of open wheel Modified racing. Then we hope to make you aware of the benefits surrounding the overall marketing concept, ultimately identifying how your product or services can reach your target market within our fan base.
To contact Mike Neis Racing call, email or write Mike at:
Mike Neis Racing
11520 Idaho Ave. N.
Champlin, MN 55316
Phone: (763) 528-3769
Product List/ Costs
- Tires = Cost about $116 each.
- Set of 4 Electronic Scales or old grain scales = Cost of $500 – $900
- Monetary donations
Long Term Wants
- Air Jack – Torin Model #TRH9393, Northern Tool has this for $499.99.
- Enclosed trailer to haul car and parts to track. As part of sponsorship it could even be used by race team for season.