Sean Good Tops 196 Drivers in 2003 Valvoline Cup Competition On Victory Lane at Greenwood Valley - The Valvoline Company has announced the winners of the2003 Valvoline Cup national points championship. Approximately 1,000 of the more than 91,000...
Sean Good Tops 196 Drivers in 2003 Valvoline Cup Competition
On Victory Lane at Greenwood Valley - The Valvoline Company has announced the winners of the2003 Valvoline Cup national points championship. Approximately 1,000 of the more than 91,000 competing drivers will be receiving awards for their season-long accomplishments, with the awards going as far as 30th place in each or the 36 Valvoline Cup classes.
The 2003 Valvoline Cup marked the second season of a national championship that embraces all forms of motorsports competition. In order to compete, drivers simply register for the program at their local track, by mail or on the Valvoline Cup website. Competitors then submit their finishes after each event in which they compete. At the end of the racing season, each driver is awarded points based on the best 15 finishes. The Valvoline Cup provides classes for drivers in every form of motorsports.
Sean Good of Middleburg, PA, finished first nationally over 196 registered drivers in the Micros class of the Valvoline Cup. Good earned Valvoline Cup points in competition at Greenwood Valley Action Track and will share in a prize pool of over $500,000, which includes a combination of cash, a Valvoline Racing products support package, product rebates, equipment from Lincoln Electric Company, support from oil analysis laboratory Titan Laboratories, crew uniform discounts from Blair Custom Wear, trophies and certificates.
There are no Valvoline Cup program rules with respect to the cars, tracks and racing. Instead, the rules of the tracks and sanctioning organizations under which each driver competes govern that driver and the car. The Valvoline Cup measures the success of a driver within his or her racing program relative to the success of other drivers in similar vehicles within their program. The program is presented without cost to drivers or tracks.
The Valvoline Cup is only the latest example of Valvoline's support of grassroots racers. Valvoline is a contingency sponsor in NHRA drag racing and for the past six years has been the No. 1 choice of motor oil by NHRA sportsman-class racers at NHRA pro events. For the past 17 years, Valvoline has sponsored the national championships for the SCCA Valvoline Runoffs. Associate sponsors of the 2003 Valvoline Cup have been Lincoln Electric Company, Titan Laboratories and Blair Custom Wear.