Oil Recycling Rocks through the Summer

August 24th, 2016 by Sherry Grantz

ORR Decal2Oil Recycling Rocks program provides SCCA drivers an additional opportunity to make the world a better place while sharing with sponsors and friends the added value that their support creates. Recycling Rocks logo decals will appear on SCCA race cars as will the program message on various materials generated by the Club.

Pledge to recycle your used oil and filters at racing events around Northern California. You’ll receive a free funnel and shop rag!

 

EVENT DATES

September 5-6: two event days  –  Major Sports Event with Kyle Larsen, NASCAR STAR, promoting – “Outlaw Kart Showcase” at Cycle Land Speedway in Oroville.

September 9-10: two event nights as part of the Major – World of Outlaw sprint car races at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico.

September 14: one night event at Sacramento Raceway.

September 21: one night event at Sacramento Raceway.

September 23-25: three event days @ SCCA Regional championship road race event – Thunderhill Raceway Park in collaboration with Glenn County Recycling Center.

September 24: one night event at Cycle Land Speedway in Oroville.

September 30: 1-day event at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico.

October 6-9:  Pirelli World Challenge Races – Laguna Seca Raceway.

October 21-23:  three event days @ SCCA Regional championship road race event – Thunderhill Park in collaboration with Glenn County.

October 29:  one night event at Sacramento Raceway.

November 21–29:  nine event days at the San Francisco Auto Show.

 

The goal: eliminating the environmental issues caused by dumping used oil into the ground and our water ways. The program will continue through 2017 with the possibility of renewal if all goes well.

The State of California, Ross/Campbell Company and the SFR/SCCA have once again partnered to deliver the environmentally sound message that recycling used oils and filters and the use of re-refined oils is a good thing for the environment. After two previous award-wining programs the show is back on because motorsports and the men and women who participate in motorsports serve as excellent spokespersons for the oil-recycling cause.

For more information, visit: http://www.recycleusedoil.com

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