MWPMS Introduces Exclusive Video Service for 2018 Season
TULSA, OK (Jan. 15, 2017) – The Frankenstein Engine Dynamics Mid-West Pro Mod Series (MWPMS) proudly announced today that well-known videographer Jimmy Biggs, with backing from Accufab Inc. and LENCO Racing Transmissions, will attend all scheduled events this year to document MWPMS racers’ progress through pit reports, as well as feature MWPMS sponsors and race track partners in promotional videos.

Biggs was introduced to the rapidly growing series at its season finale last fall at Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park, co-owned by MWPMS promoter and competitor Keith Haney and Todd Martin, who also races in the all-eighth-mile series.

“Everything Keith does, he does first class and the Mid-West Pro Mod Series is no different. My first time seeing it in action I was really impressed with how well it was run, how much the fans and the racers seemed to enjoy everything and just how much potential I think it has for the future,” Biggs said. “I just want to do what I can to help Keith grow this into one of the biggest series in the country—not that he needs my help—but if shooting my videos can help in any way I’m looking forward to doing my best.”

Haney explained Biggs will record and produce video content for the entire Frankenstein Engine Dynamics Mid-West Pro Mod Series, including interviews and features with racers, sponsors and track operators to help get their messages out trackside from each event. Additionally, Biggs will make several sponsor facility and race shop visits in order to depict some of the intense behind-the-scenes prep that goes on between MWPMS events.

“We’re looking at Jimmy doing some live, online updates from the track, starting this March when the Frankenstein Engine Dynamics Mid-West Pro Mod Series opens up its 2018 schedule at the new Xtreme Motorsports Park in Trumbull, Texas. He’ll go down there a few days early and start with videos about the track and then he’ll visit Chris Frank and his guys over at Frankenstein Engine Dynamics, David Reher and his crew at Reher-Morrison, and any other sponsors we have in that area,” Haney said.

“Our focus is all about how can we help them get the most out of being partnered with the Mid-West Pro Mod Series and ultimately how can we help them grow? It’s something we’ll do for our sponsors and race tracks at each stop along the way because we want to help them tell their stories and promote their businesses. Then we’ll take that to the public and market it through e-mails, texts, and all the other social-media platforms. We want to benefit our Mid-West Pro Mod Series partners by delivering an extensive social reach unlike any other organization.”

The 2018 Frankenstein Engine Dynamics Mid-West Pro Mod Series season opens Mar. 2-3, at the brand-new Xtreme Motorsports Park in Trumbull, TX, near Dallas.

The Frankenstein Engine Dynamics Mid-West Pro Mod Series is an all-eighth-mile, no-profit organization that typically competes during each host track’s biggest event of the year. Its appearance is entirely funded by sponsorships passed along to benefit the host tracks (typically about $10,000). The Mid-West Pro Mod Series also provides trackside sponsor banners to be displayed at each event, on-site PA sponsor announcements, and links to each company on the MWPMS website (, plus an extensive social-media presence, texts and e-mail blasts, and commercials during all events. Complete class rules are posted on the MWPMS website. Frankenstein Engine Dynamics ( offers access to a professional install shop with a multitude of services including custom CNC porting and machine work, chassis dyno, engine dyno, Spintron, and additional customer service and support.