Robert A. Tull Inc. to sponsor Pro Stock Motorcycle class at Man Cup Finals


Robert A. Tull Inc. has committed funding for the Pro Stock Motorcycle category at the upcoming 44th annual FuelTech World Finals presented by Wiseco. The NHRA Pro Stock Bike season closed out this past weekend with Matt Smith winning the championship and his wife Angie Smith closing out the season with the event win. All eyes now turn to the Man Cup presented by Vance & Hines series as they continue to add big play after big play to the World Finals star-studded event lineup.

“We no sooner announced Pro Stock Bike at the FuelTech World Finals presented by Wiseco and my phone rings. Longtime Sportsman and ET stalwart Tony Tull was on the other end. I have known Tony since the late eighties and in his Prostar days he was as tough as they came in MTC Engineering Super Comp and MPS Racing Pro ET. He thought the addition of the class to the Finals was a great idea and wanted to help out. Without hesitation, he very generously offered up five thousand dollars to provide a much-needed purse for the class.” Man Cup Principal Jay Regan exclaimed.

“I really enjoy the Pro Stock Motorcycle class” the reserved Tull pointed out. “I have great relationships in the Pro Stock motorcycle class already with Steve Johnson so when I heard of the class getting added to the ManCup Finals; I knew I wanted to help it out.”

The Pro Stock Motorcycle class at the Finals is a collaboration between South Georgia Motorsports Park and the Man Cup. Class sponsorship is being provided by Robert A. Tull Inc., plumbing contractor for Maryland’s finest home builders. Pro Stock motorcycle teams planning to attend will enjoy complimentary gate entry, testing and class entry fees courtesy of SGMP and Man Cup. Teams interested in attending should please contact Jay Regan at Man Cup, or 727-791-1321 for complete details.

Come on out November 20-22 to the FuelTech World Finals presented by Wiseco for a weekend of non-stop motorcycle drag racing at South Georgia Motorsports Park.


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