Cometic Adds Rewards For High Limit Crew Chiefs

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Cometic Gasket, a worldwide supplier of gaskets and engine sealing solutions for race teams, has set up a rewards program for crew chiefs with the High Limit Sprint Car Series.

Cometic will recognize High Limit Racing crew chiefs with both a Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Month award and a season-ending Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Year award.

At the end of each month of High Limit Racing competition, the crew chief whose team earns the most points will be awarded a $500 Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Month prize.

During the season-ending awards, the championship-winning team’s crew chief will be named Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Year and receive a $5,000 award.

“Cometic Gasket is proud to partner with High Limit Racing and recognize the crew chiefs who work countless hours to prepare their race cars and position their teams for success,” said Bob Gorman, Founder and CEO of Cometic Gasket Inc. “It takes a special individual, who thrives on hard work, isn’t concerned about awards or recognition, and does it for the love of the sport to be a crew chief.

“More often than not, the drivers are the ones who get the spotlight, so we’re proud to put the focus on the crew chiefs with these monthly and year-end honors.”

Cometic Gasket, an official partner of High Limit Racing in its first national season, has been a longtime supporter of both sprint car racing and motorsports as a whole.

“Cometic is a well-respected and well-known name in the motorsports industry,” said Kendra Jacobs, High Limit Racing’s Chief Marketing and Events Officer. “They support motorsports on every level and High Limit Racing is honored to have them also support us as we expand our footprint. Turning this partnership to the guys in the pit area who actually touch the product and work on the engines is something that made sense and just felt right by everyone involved.

“I’m looking forward to working with Cometic to put a bigger spotlight on these team leaders.”

The High Limit Racing season fires off Feb. 12 at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Fla., with live streaming coverage of every High Limit event available through FloRacing.

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