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E3 Spark Plugs Announces ‘Why I Run E3’ Contest

One grand-prize winner will receive two VIP tickets to the NHRA race of their choice, in addition to winning a 2016 Commemorative NHRA Drag Racing Helmet signed by top NHRA drag racers.

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E3 Spark Plugs, the official ignition products company of the NHRA, has announced a new social media contest named “Why I Run E3.” The contest launched Sept. 1 during the 2017 Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals and is simple to enter, according to the company.

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To enter, contestants need to follow E3 Spark Plugs on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and post a video telling a positive account of using E3 spark plugs and tag E3 @e3sparkplugs with two hashtags: #WhyIRunE3 and #WhatAreYouRunning. The “Why I Run E3” contest concludes at the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 3.

One grand-prize winner will receive two VIP tickets to the NHRA race of their choice in addition to winning a 2016 Commemorative NHRA Drag Racing Helmet signed by top NHRA drag racers. The second-place winner will receive a set of E3 spark plugs and merchandise, and the third-place winner will receive a set of E3 spark plugs.

The autographed RaceQuip helmet features signatures by 2016 NHRA Top Fuel Champion Antron Brown and 2016 NHRA Funny Car Champion Ron Capps, in addition to Leah Pritchett, Matt Hagan, Tony Schumacher, Shawn Langdon, Tommy Johnson Jr., Fast Jack Beckman, John Force, Courtney Force, Brittany Force, Robert Hight, Jim Campbell and Roy Hill – all NHRA drag racers that run E3 spark plugs.

The winner will be announced at 12 p.m. EST on Friday, Nov. 10. The announced winner will have 15 days to reply or will forfeit their prize and a new grand-prize winner will be selected.

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