CRA: Six State Challenge first venue announced

The Scott Performance Wire Six State Challenge To Begin With The All American 150 Salem, IN (March 2, 2006) -- CRA Super Series officials have announced that Scott Performance Wire will return as the sponsor of the Scott Performance Wire Six...

The Scott Performance Wire Six State Challenge To Begin With The All American 150

Salem, IN (March 2, 2006) -- CRA Super Series officials have announced that Scott Performance Wire will return as the sponsor of the Scott Performance Wire Six State Challenge, an award program based upon six selected CRA Super Series points events in the six states the series will have points events in 2006. The Scott Performance Wire Six State Challenge is set to begin with the All American 150 CRA Super Series season opening event at the Music City Motorplex at the Fairgrounds in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, March 18th. That event will be the first ever CRA Super Series points event held in the state of Tennessee.

The other five events in the Scott Performance Wire Six State Challenge will be the May 27th event at Berlin Raceway in Marne, Michigan, the July 2nd event at Toledo Speedway located in Toledo, Ohio, the July 29th event at New Paris Speedway located in New Paris, Indiana, the August 19th event at I-70 Speedway located in Odessa, MO and will conclude with the September 24th 41st Annual National Short Track Championships at Rockford Speedway located in Rockford, Illinois.

The Scott Performance Wire Six State Challenge will pay the driver who gets the most series points in the six events a $600 bonus and a set of Scott Performance Wires. The second place driver in the Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge will receive a $400 bonus. The third place driver in the Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge will receive a $200 bonus. Scott Performance Wire will also award the 2006 CRA Super Series Champion with a set of Scott Performance Wires and an additional set of Scott Performance Wires that will be given away by random draw of the top fifteen teams in final series points at the 2006 series awards banquet.

Eddie Hoffman won the 2005 Scott Performance Wire Five State Challenge with 456 total points over second place Jeff Lane with 432 points. In the five races that made up last years challenge, Hoffman got one win and two second place finishes which helped him claim the award. Finishing in third was 16-year-old Landon Cassill with 416 points, in fourth was JR Roahrig with 407 points, and finishing fifth was Eddie Van Meter with 405 points.

Scott Performance Wire, the Official Racing Wires of the CRA Super Series, is located in Mooresville, North Carolina. Scott Performance Wire produces Competition Ignition Wire Sets, Ignition Wires & Accessories, Battery Cables, and Wire & Cable Accessories for the top engine builders in the country. Started in 1990 by Brian Scott, Scott Performance Wire has become one of the leading innovators of custom high performance ignition wires for the racing community. Designed and built from quality components Scott Performance Wire products meet or exceed all engine builders' specifications. The hand crafting of each set of wires not only assures quality control it also provides the flexibility needed to meet the demand of every customer no matter how exotic. If your engine builder is not providing you with the best ignition wires available have him contact Scott Performance Wire.

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Series Stock car
Drivers Landon Cassill , Jeff Lane , Brian Scott