CORR: Precision Gear renews sponsorship

Precision Gear will award `hard work, dedication and attention to detail' for the 2002 Lucas Oil Series. Avon, Ind. (March 25, 2002) - For the third year, Precision Gear will honor both the Pro and Sportsman Driver of the Year in the CORR ...

Precision Gear will award `hard work, dedication and attention to detail' for the 2002 Lucas Oil Series.

Avon, Ind. (March 25, 2002) - For the third year, Precision Gear will honor both the Pro and Sportsman Driver of the Year in the CORR Lucas Oil Series. In 2001, three-time Pro-2 champion (1999 through 2001) Scott Taylor and Sportsman Single Buggy Driver Michael Seefeldt won the Driver of the Year award.

Taylor edged out Pro-4 champion Rob MacCachren 442 to 436 in the final Precision Gear point standings. Taylor finished the year with 7 victories and 14 top-three finishes. In his Championship Off Road Racing career, Taylor has 24 wins in 66 starts. In 16 rounds, Seefeldt claimed the Sportsman honors with 1 win and 13 top-three finishes, finishing four points out of first place.

"Precision Gear has grown through hard work, dedication, and attention to detail," said Precision Gear President Thomas L. Reider. "These are the same principles that need to be followed by any racer if he intends to succeed in his racing efforts."

In addition to the $8,500 posting for the Precision Gear Driver of the Year award, Precision Gear will pay $200 cash for first place winners in the Pro-4, Pro-2, Pro-Lite and Sportsman 2 divisions.

"Since we know how hard it is to be recognized as the best in class, we take pride in honoring those who have achieved that same status in their racing," said Reider.

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Series Offroad
Drivers Rob MacCachren , Michael Driver