The unique design of the K&N air filter, featuring multiple layers of oiled cotton fabric which captures airborne dirt particles, extends the life of an air filter nearly tenfold over the traditional disposable paper filters.
In 2005, Hooters Pro Cup drivers will continue to benefit from the cutting-edge filter company's involvement as K&N remains an "Official Contingency Sponsor" of the HPC Series.
"This season will be K&N's 5th Anniversary as a contingency sponsor with the Hooters Pro Cup Series, and we're proud of it," said Jeremy Subriar, K&N corporate race manager. "We know the series is an excellent breeding ground for the future stars of auto racing, and we are very excited to be part of such a competitive series."
As part of its ongoing contingency program, K&N will award the highest finisher using its products a $75 product certificate.
"K&N Filters continued involvement in the Hooters Pro Cup Series over the last five years is a prime example of its dedication to excellence in motorsports," said Tony Cox, USAR director of operations. "Through the years, we have enjoyed a good, mutually-beneficial relationship with K&N, and we see no reason the association will not continue-and grow-for many years to come."