Castrol GTX Will Honor Top Automotive Service Students. (Front and Center)

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Castrol GTX Will Honor Top Automotive Service Students. (Front and Center)


Eight of the country's most talented automotive service students will have the unique opportunity to serve as honorary members of John Force's Castrol GTX Funny Car crew at designated National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) races. The Castrol GTX Top Techs program will recognize and honor the winning students in eight metropolitan areas across the country. In addition to the race-day perks, the eight winners will also receive a Mac Tools toolbox filled with $1,000 in new MS100 Starter Service Set tools. Their schools will get $500 worth of Castrol GTX motor all and $500 worth of Castrol GTX High Mileage motor oil.

The Top Tech, as national grand-prize winner, will also receive a $7,500 scholarship to continue his or her automotive service education, as well as a trip that includes travel and hotel accommodations to the prestigious Car Craft awards banquet in Indianapolis in August 2003.

The Castrol GTX Top Techs program is open to automotive service students who are at least 16 years of age and are participating in high school, college or career tech programs. Registration began September 1, 2002, at the program's website (www.GTXTopTechs.com). The student must complete an entry form and an essay explaining why he or she is most qualified to be a Castrol GTX Top Tech. …

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