SOLO: Series names Triad Award winners

Three Drivers Claim SCCA Solo Triad Award TOPEKA, Kan. (Sept. 21, 2009) -- Three drivers, Michelle Seelig, of Edmond, Okla., Mark Madarash, of Red Oak, Texas, and Jeff Cashmore, of New Berlin, Wis., have been named the inaugural winners of the...

Three Drivers Claim SCCA Solo Triad Award

TOPEKA, Kan. (Sept. 21, 2009) -- Three drivers, Michelle Seelig, of Edmond, Okla., Mark Madarash, of Red Oak, Texas, and Jeff Cashmore, of New Berlin, Wis., have been named the inaugural winners of the SCCA Solo Triad Award.

Introduced earlier this year, the SCCA Solo Triad Award incorporates all levels of the SCCA Solo National program and is the most difficult accomplishment a Soloist can earn in a single season. To win the Solo Triad Award, one must win the Eastern or Western States Championship, a Divisional Championship and a National Championship, all in the same class.

Seelig claimed her prize by winning the Eastern States Championship, the Midwest Divisional Championship and a National Championship in Street Touring0x00ae S Ladies. Madarash won the Eastern States Championship, Southwest Divisional Championship and a National Championship in E Street Prepared. Cashmore was also an Eastern States Champion and claimed the Midwest Division Championship and National Championship in D Modified.

All three drivers will receive a personal Solo Triad Trophy and commemorative vest, plus their names engraved on a perpetual Solo Triad Trophy. Each also received a free entry into the 2010 SCCA National Championship Runoffs and will be entered in a drawing to win a lifetime SCCA membership. The drawing will take place during the Solo/Rally luncheon at the 2010 SCCA National Convention.

-credit: scca

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