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Club Racers Awarded Black Magic Shine Contingency

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TOPEKA, Kan. (October 24, 2011) – Twenty-one drivers were paid contingency money for the Black Magic Shine contingency program at last month’s SCCA National Championship Runoffs.


Selected by a panel of judges, the winning cars were scored based on appearance and “shine” over the week-long event. Top contenders were chosen based on category, where cars were observed on the grid and in the paddock throughout the week.

Three places were selected in each of the Club Racing categories, according to the program requirements that included a display of the Black Magic sticker on the car. Each category winner received $400, with second place earning $250 and a $100 prize for third place.

The top finishers in each category are:

Production: 1. Jason Isley, Toyota Yaris, HP; 2. Jon Brakke, Mazda Miata, EP; 3. Charlie Campbell, Mazda Miata, FP
Super Touring: 1. Joe Koenig, BMW M3, STO; 2. Eric Heinrich, BMW M3, STU; 3. David Pintaric, Dodge Viper ACRX, STO
GT: 1. Mark Boden, Porsche GT3 Cup, GT2; 2. Jeff Dernehl, Mazda RX-7, GT-3; 3. Kent Prather, Mazda Miata, GTL
Touring/American Sedan: 1. Andy Wolverton, Pontiac Solstice GXP, T2; 2. Andy McDermid, Ford Mustang, AS; 3. Chris Puskar, Honda S2000, T3
Showroom Stock/Spec Miata: 1. Toby Grahovec, BMW Z4, SSB; 2. Luke Wilwert, Honda Civic Si, SSB; 3. Tom Brown, Mazda Miata, SM
Formula: 1. Glen Cooper, RFR F1000, FB; 2. Charlie Schlismann, KBS MK VII, F5; 3. Dennis Marklein, Formula Enterprises, FE
Sports Racing: 1. Corey Fergus, Carbir CS2, S2; 2. Steve Forrer, Ralt RT-41, CSR; 3. Brian Schofield, Spec Racer Ford, SRF.

A gallery of the prize-winning cars are available on the SCCA Facebook page at facebook.com/sccaofficial, or by direct link here.

Black Magic, the Preferred Automotive Detailing Product of the SCCA, offered a similar contingency for Solo competitors at this year’s Tire Rack Solo National Championships.

More information on any of the SCCA programs are available at www.scca.com.

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