SCCS: SCCS announces Manufactures Championship

Rocky Mount, VA, April 26, 2002: SCCS announced on April 19th during the drivers meeting at the inaugural race at the Carolina Motorsports Park of the newly created Manufactures Championship. The Manufactures Championship will be awarded to the ...

Rocky Mount, VA, April 26, 2002: SCCS announced on April 19th during the drivers meeting at the inaugural race at the Carolina Motorsports Park of the newly created Manufactures Championship. The Manufactures Championship will be awarded to the chassis manufacturer with the highest number of accumulated points at season end. Each chassis manufacture of the top five finishers from each event will be awarded points.

The points will be distributed as follows to each manufacturer: 1st place 100, 2nd 75, 3rd 55, 4th 40, and 5th 25. Manufactures can receive points for multiple finishers in the top five.

Only manufacturers that build chassis's that are available to all race competitors will be able to be in the Championship. New chassis designs must be approved by SCCS and be available for sale 8 weeks prior to the first event of the season. Each SCCS competitor must register their chassis type prior to each event.

The SCCS Manufactures Championship is designed to add competition between groups of teams as well as individual drivers. Manufactures will also be encouraged to play a larger roll with the teams utilizing their chassis. The 2002 Manufactures Champion will benefit from the publicity and advertising opportunities during the 2003 season.

SCCS event qualifications, results and points totals will be listed on the SCCS web site at www.sccsracing.com.

SCCS, LCC is the founder of the Stock Car Championship Series (SCCS), which is a professional Stock Car Road Racing Series consisting of 8 events throughout the eastern United States. SCCS combines the excitement of bump & grind stock car racing with the driving challenge of first class road course venues. SCCS cars are purpose built race chassis's with 1999-2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlos, Ford Taurus', Pontiac Grand Prix and Dodge Intrepid's bodies with 400+ horsepower.

- www.sccsracing.com

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