TOPEKA, Kan. (March 28, 2018) – Four significant partners, covering the car, tire and brake categories, have already committed support to competitors in the full 2018 DirtFish SCCA RallyCross National Challenge and National Championship program. Each company will reward top finishers at each event on the national schedule with product, cash or credit.
A full rundown of contingency offerings can be found at http://www.scca.com/pages/rally-contingency. Many contingency opportunities require pre-registration. Details and instructions to register for each of these programs are available at the SCCA RallyCross contingency webpage. It is the responsibility of each competitor to make sure they are in compliance with each program for which they would like to enroll.
2018 DirtFish SCCA RallyCross National Challenge and National Championship contingency programs include:
- Hawk Performance, Official Brake Products of SCCA (All Classes)
National Challenge events: 1st- $75 certificate, 2nd- $50 certificate, 3rd- $25 certificate
National Championship event: 1st- $100 certificate, 2nd- $90 certificate, 3rd- $80 certificate, 4th- $70 certificate, 5th- $60 certificate
- Honda Performance Development (All Classes)
National Challenge events: 1st- $150, 2nd- $100, 3rd- $50
National Championship event: 1st- $500, 2nd- $300, 3rd- $100
- Hoosier Racing Tire (Prepared and Modified classes)
National Challenge events: 1st- 2 tires, 2nd- 1 tire
National Championship event: 1st- 4 tires, 2nd- 2 tires, 3rd- 1 tire
- Mazda Motorsports (All Classes)
National Challenge events: 1st- $200, 2nd- $125
National Championship event: 1st- $750, 2nd- $500, 3rd- $250
Again, it is the responsibility of each driver to make sure they are eligible to receive any contingency awards in which they are interested, and have met the requirements for the program, including pre-registration. Be sure to check each requirement for each program by clicking here.
Additional information on the entire DirtFish SCCA RallyCross National Challenge program can be found at SCCA.com/rallycross.
Photo Credit: Rupert Berrington