Indiana, PA (March 19, 2002) The Mid Atlantic Championship Series (MACS) has raised the level of competition a notch, as nearly 400 of the top Super Dirt Late Model drivers in the eastern United States will compete for the inaugural Valvoline Cup,...
Indiana, PA (March 19, 2002) The Mid Atlantic Championship Series (MACS) has raised the level of competition a notch, as nearly 400 of the top Super Dirt Late Model drivers in the eastern United States will compete for the inaugural Valvoline Cup, Dirt Late Model championship.
MACS has served the northeast racing community well, since it's founding in 1997, by offering top notch dirt late model excitement for over 300,000 fans, and 400 drivers, annually, in Kentucky, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
With their participation in the Valvoline Cup, MACS has raised the bar of competition, as drivers at weekly tracks will be chasing late model stars such as Todd Andrews, Bob Close, Lynn Geisler, Scott Haus, Tom Myers, and 2001 series champion Mike Blose, just to name a few. MACS drivers will be credited for all their Dirt Late Model exploits, in addition to MACS series races, as many also compete at weekly venues, and in various large invitational events.
"MACS will experience some growth in 2002, as we venture into new markets, in addition to our established host facilities", stated MACS Public Relations Director, Jeff Geesey. "We are pleased to have this association with Valvoline, and appreciate their commitment to grassroots racing, and to the growth of the MACS series."
In addition, to the MACS drivers participation in the quest for the Valvoline Cup, fans and competitors at tracks MACS host facilities, prior to July 1, will also benefit from a string of Valvoline Nightly promotions. Florence Speedway (KY); Virginia Motor Speedway (VA); Muskingum County Speedway (OH); and Lernerville Speedway (PA), will host a Valvoline Night promotions. Additional tracks may be named as the 2002 MACS schedule becomes more complete. Valvoline Night promotions provide lucky fans and winning competitors with Free Valvoline, Eagle One, Zerex, and Pyroil, products. Valvoline Cup staff will be on hand to sign up local weekly competitors for the Valvoline Cup. There are 300 Valvoline Night promotions scheduled for the 2002 race season, across the country.
The Valvoline Cup is only the latest evidence of Valvoline's support of grassroots racers. Valvoline is a contingency sponsor in NHRA drag racing and for the past six years has been the No. 1 choice of motor oil by NHRA sportsmen-class racers at NHRA pro events. For the past 17 years, Valvoline has sponsored the national championships for the Sports Car Club of America, The SCCA Valvoline Runoffs®.
Drivers and others interested in the Valvoline Cup can call 1-877-302-0290, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.valvolinecup.com for more information.