SCCS: New series SCCS announces changes mid-season

SCCS announce Race Purses for the second half of their inaugural season. On August 3, Stock Car Championship Series Officials announced the minimum race purses for the second half of their inaugural season. Starting with the next SCCS race at...

SCCS announce Race Purses for the second half of their inaugural season.

On August 3, Stock Car Championship Series Officials announced the minimum race purses for the second half of their inaugural season. Starting with the next SCCS race at the Lowe's Motor Speedway on September 7-8 the following points and purse structure will be active for the reminder of the 2002 season. <pre> Finish Position, Points, Finish Position, Points, Finish Position, Points 1 250 24 42 31 28 2 225 25 40 32 26 3 200 26 38 33 24 4 180 27 36 34 22 5 160 28 34 35 20 6 150 29 32 36 19 7 140 30 30 37 18 8 130 16 70 38 17 9 120 17 65 39 16 10 100 18 60 40 15 11 95 19 55 41 14 12 90 20 50 42 13 13 85 21 48 43 12 14 80 22 46 44 11 15 75 23 44 45 + 10

In addition to the finishing position points bonus points awarded to the drivers/teams. Bonus Description Bonus Points Fastest Qualifier 5 Fastest Race Lap 5 Most Laps Led 5

The guaranteed $5,000 purse structure is as follows: Position Winnings 1 $1,850.00 2 $1,100.00 3 $850.00 4 $650.00 5 $550.00

Race Schedule Dates Race Track City St Winner April 20-21 Carolina Motorsports Park Kershaw SC Ron Fariss June 22-23 Summit Point Raceway Summit Point WV Ron Fariss July 19 Lowe's Motor Speedway Concord NC John Martin III August 3-4 Atlanta Motor Speedway Hampton GA John Martin III September 7-8 Lowe's Motor Speedway Concord NC October 12-13 Virginia International Raceway Alton VA November 2-3 Summit Point Raceway Summit Point WV December 1 Road Atlanta Braselton GA

SCCS, LLC is the founder of the Stock Car Championship Series (SCCS), which is a professional Stock Car Road Racing Series consisting of eight events throughout the eastern United States. SCCS combines the excitement of bump & grind late model stock car racing with the driving challenge of first class road course venues. SCCS cars are purpose built race chasses with 1999-2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Ford Taurus, Pontiac Grand Prix and Dodge Intrepid bodies with 400+ horsepower.

-www.sccsracing.com

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Series Road racing
Drivers John Martin