FORMULA 600 CHALLENGE SERIES: HAWK PERFORMANCE RE-NEWS FOR 2017
Hawk Performance Managing Director, Todd Romano: “The Hawk Performance Contingency Award Program is designed to provide rewards to not just drivers in the winner’s circle, but everyone involved, and is our way of making racing more accessible to anyone with a passion for the track.” Hawk Performance contingency awards will be presented in product credit as follows:
Per Race –
1st = $75, 2nd = $50, 3rd = $35
Points Series –
1st = $150, 2nd = $100, 3rd = $75, and 4th through 7th = gift certificates for free pad sets.
Hawk Performance is a leading supplier of severe duty and high-performance friction products manufactured in ISO-certified facilities for the motorsports and performance automotive aftermarket. Hawk Performance products are engineered to allow users to control, command, and conquer the terrain for which their vehicles are designed. Decades of experience in developing friction materials for aerospace, industrial, military, automotive and motorsports applications give Hawk Performance an advantage over the competition. In the past decade, Hawk Performance friction products have won more motorsports championships than any other friction manufacturer.
For more about Hawk Performance and to purchase products, go here: www.HawkPerformance.com
Aaron Ellis is our intermediary with Hawk Performance and will provide the Hawk decals and swag along with the promo codes for the finishers. Contact Mr. Ellis ( email@example.com ) to learn more about how Hawk Performance is offering additional support to drivers and team members.
We thank Hawk Performance for being a member of our family of valued sponsors.
The Formula 600 Challenge series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a 6 speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 135 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to F1 cars.
Visit www.theformula600challenge.com to find out more.
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