The braking firm will offer cash incentives to competitors of America’s largest racing organisationEBC Brakes has confirmed an expansive contingency program with the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) for its 2023 season, which will see drivers of the club’s many competitive programs receiving contingencies from the brake firm throughout the year.
Competitors of the US Majors Tour, National Championship Runoffs, ProSolo, Solo National Championship and National Tour series will benefit from this contingency program, with more details on race winners to be announced as the year unfolds. Extensive EBC Brakes branding is also set to be displayed on cars and associated literature throughout the year.
From its humble inception in 1944, the SCCA has been a competitive home to names like Ken Miles, Carol Shelby, Roger Penske, Mark Donahue, Bobby Rahal and Paul Newman, now boasting over 75,000 loyal members with an ethos of fuelling a safe, fun and exciting motorsports experience for all auto enthusiasts.
With programs spanning from Autocross, Rallycross, Time Trial and Road Racing, through to its ‘Track Night in America’ events that offer anyone the chance to drive on track in their personal car, the SCCA strives to make motorsport accessible and offers a club that allows everyone to feel welcome.
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