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Charlie Westcott Jr. and Mopar HEMI Challenge mastery – the two go hand-in-hand. The Parma, Mich., native took his 1968 “Warfish” Plymouth Barracuda all the way to the bank on Friday. Aug. 31, at the 12th Annual Mopar HEMI Challenge at the NHRA Mac Tools U.S. Nationals. Westcott Jr. defeated the 1968 Dodge Dart of Jim Daniels, to complete his second straight sweep at the Indianapolis Mopar HEMI Challenge, seizing his fifth overall victory at the venue and pocketing the $15,000 winner’s purse from Mopar.
See our Event Coverage for a look at all the action. [9/5/2012]
Labor Day may mark the unofficial end of the summer, but it also signifies the beginning of fall, which means football, baseball pennant races, television season premieres and the start of a new multifaceted Dodge Dart advertising campaign.
The Dodge brand debuts a new television commercial for the groundbreaking all-new 2013 Dodge Dart as the marketing launch of its new compact car shifts into high gear beginning Wednesday, Sept. 5. The 30-second “How to Make the Most Hi-tech Car” spot reveals the steps taken to create the class-leading technology and features in the Dodge Dart, including an available 7-inch thin film transistor (TFT) customizable instrument cluster and 8.4-inch touchscreen Uconnect media center.
The 90-second “How to Change Cars Forever” spot, which first debuted in July, will run Sept. 5 in the top 25 U.S. markets during the NBC network’s season opening NFL game. The long-form spot will run again over the weekend on the Fox network’s Major League Baseball game (9/8) and Sunday afternoon football games on CBS and Fox. [9/5/2012]
COMP Cams has teamed up with AERA Engine Builder Association to host a two-day conference at the COMP Cams facility in Memphis, TN, on Sept. 28-29. Cost of the AERA Tech & Skills Conference is only $10 per person. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to meet and learn from some of the top manufacturers in the performance industry.
Space is limited, so register now by calling 888-326-2372 or you can click here for more information. [9/5/2012]