TOPEKA, Kan. (Dec. 23, 2006) – Manufacturers and suppliers continue to show their support for the SCCA Club Racing program and its participants by offering over $1.7 million in SCCA-administered contingency programs for 2007.-30-
Kumho tops the list for potential payouts among SCCA-administered programs again this year, posting over $1 million for American Sedan, B Prepared, D Prepared, Touring 1, Touring 2, Super Touring, Showroom Stock B and Showroom Stock C drivers who finish on the podium at SCCA Club Racing National events.
Ready to payout over $350,000 in contingency awards for the 2007 season to competitors in T1, T2, T3, SSB and SSC classes, General Motor Performance Division tops the list of manufacturer programs.
Summit continues their involvement in 2007, with the possibility of doling out as much as $131,250 to E Production, GT-1, American Sedan, T1, T2, SSB and SSC classes.
Subaru also continues to support Club Racing in 2007 to the tune of $123,000 for those participating in the T2 and T3 classes.
Toyo Tires, a mainstay is SCCA competition for years, is back on board again in 2007, allowing its program participants in Spec Miata the chance to compete for $78, 375.
Goodyear, Hankook, Hoosier, Mazda, Nissan and Toyota are all on board with SCCA Club Racing as well, offering basic national programs for the 2007 season.
Kumho and Hankook will also post Club Racing regional programs in 2007.
Competitors must pre-register to participate in contingency programs. Earnings for each of the 2007 SCCA Club Racing contingency programs must be properly claimed via fax or postal mail. Click here for registration and claim forms.
For questions regarding SCCA-administered contingency programs, contact SCCA Marketing Communications Specialist Jenny White at email@example.com or 800-770-2055.
For more information about SCCA Club Racing or any of SCCA’s other competition programs, visit www.scca.com.
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