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Champion Racing Oils Pay Dividends to Motorsport Race Teams

Champion Oil recently announced this year's "Winners Circle" Racing Contingency Award Program, which offers contingency payouts to national and regional racing champions in almost every recognized sanctioned racing event in North America and Canada.

Champion Oil recently announced this year’s “Winners Circle” Racing Contingency Award Program, which offers contingency payouts to national and regional racing champions in almost every recognized sanctioned racing event in North America and Canada.  

This marketing program is designed to link Champion’s top-tier racing lubricants directly to regional and national racers in sanctioned racing events in North America including the All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCoC), American Sprint Car Series (ASCS), World of Outlaws (WoO), United States Auto Club (USAC) and the International Motor Contest Association (IMCA).

“The Champion Racing Contingency Program will to pay up to $1,000 product reimbursement for every sanctioned national series racing champion,” said Mike Reddick, VP of sales for Champion Racing Oils. “Champion will also pay up to $500 product reimbursement for every sanctioned regional series racing champion. Cash payouts are based on matching dollars of racer’s total receipts of Champion racing products purchased in 2012.”

For more information regarding the Champion Oil Racing Contingency Award Program, visit http://www.championsusechampion.com.

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