Champion, a top-tier racing motor oil manufacturer for more than 65 years, recently announced a Racing Contingency Program for next year specifically for Autocross teams and racers in all classes of competition in most sanctioned autocross events in North America.
The 2021 Champion Karting Contingency Program includes, but is not limited to, racing series and events such as: SCCA, NASA, NAXM, WDCR, NER, CNY, NCC, Pro-PAX, NOLA, NWOR, NMSC, Rocky Mountain, Rival-S, Boston, Big Sky, Nebraska, Land-O-Lakes, Ohio Valley, Sturgis, Charlotte, Fontana, Atlanta, San Diego, Lone-Star, Chicago, Autocross Hangover, BMW, Pro-Solo Nationals, Solo Championship Tour, Milwaukee Region, San Francisco, Goodguys Autocross, Porsche, Mid-Atlantic, Central Florida, Tire-Rack, Lime Rock, Yellowstone, plus many other manufacturer, national, regional, state and local track series.
Autocross is an individual motorsport in which drivers compete to set the fastest time on a temporary course. Events are usually held on large paved areas, such as parking lots or airfields. Courses consist of turns, offsets, and slaloms marked by traffic cones; new courses are typically created for each event.
The SCCA is the largest autocross sanctioning body in the United States. Various manufacturer-affiliated and independent clubs also hold events. Racing classes are usually defined as Novice, Pro-Solo, Pro-Touring, Pro-R, Street, Street Touring, Street Prepared, Street Modified, Prepared, and Modified.
Champion’s new 2021 expanded contingency program supports race teams from dirt track to pavement, gas to diesel, as well as autocross to drifting with contingency cash pay-out awards.
Autocross racing teams and racers can apply for the Champion Racing Oil Contingency Program now through June 30, 2021. Information can be found here: https://www.championbrands.com/racer-contingency/.