Federal-Mogul Announces Moog M2 Challenge for Charity

Southfield, Michigan, February 10, 2000 - Federal-Mogul Corporation announces the Moog M2 Challenge for Charity, a program that launches their new Moog M2 Technology with a charitable contribution awarded on behalf of the winner of the 2000...

Southfield, Michigan, February 10, 2000 - Federal-Mogul Corporation announces the Moog M2 Challenge for Charity, a program that launches their new Moog M2 Technology with a charitable contribution awarded on behalf of the winner of the 2000 Daytona 500.

The driver who wins the Daytona 500, being run February 20, 2000, will receive a $25,000 donation to his charity of choice. Should the winning driver be a past NASCAR Winston Cup champion - Dale Jarrett, Jeff Gordon, Terry Labonte, Dale Earnhardt, Bill Elliott, Rusty Wallace and Darrell Waltrip - they will receive $100,000 donated to his chosen charity.

These seven still-active champions competing in the 2000 Daytona 500 are being featured due to the storied history Moog shares with NASCAR champions. Every Winston Cup Champion for the past 34 years has won using Moog Chassis Parts, the same parts available for everyday vehicles right out of the box.

M2 Technology is the newest advancement from Moog, the leading brand of replacement chassis parts. M2 Technology is available in steering and suspension parts, including ball joints, tie-rod ends, idler arms, and sway bar links. It features a full-ball metal stud and double bearing with an exclusive "gusher" design for improved steering response and durability.

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Series NASCAR Cup
Drivers Dale Earnhardt , Bill Elliott , Jeff Gordon , Dale Jarrett , Terry Labonte , Rusty Wallace