Kevin Harvick Announces Finalists in $100,000 Search for a Champion Contest - Engine Builder Magazine

Kevin Harvick Announces Finalists in $100,000 Search for a Champion Contest

The contest finalists – announced recently at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway by NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and Champion spokesperson Kevin Harvick – will each receive a $10,000 Champion racing sponsorship for the 2012 season. Selected from more than 330 contest entrants, the finalists will now compete for the $50,000 grand prize sponsorship, which will be selected in part by consumer voting on the www.AlwaysaChampion.com website.

Any consumer can register, view the finalists’ video entries and vote for their favorite videos from February 27 through March 25. Harvick will announce the grand prize winner on April 2. The finalists in the “Search for a Champion” contest are:

 

            Category                                Finalist

            Asphalt                                    The Michalek Brothers, Louisville, Ohio

                                                            NHRA Super Comp Drag Racer

 

            Earth                                        Chad Crawford, Warrenton, Mo.

                                                            Semi-Pro Motorcross/Supercross

 

            Snow/Ice                                 Kyle Sacket, Gilmanton Iron Works, N.H.

                                                            Semi-Pro Snocross

 

            Water                                      Jim Cebulski, Channahon, Ill.

                                                            Pro Jet Ski

 

            “Everything Else”                     Erik Miller, Cumberland, Md.

                                                            Ultra4 Off-Road Endurance

For additional information about the contest and Champion products, visit www.AlwaysaChampion.com.

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