The 11th annual Quaker State 400 has a new home this year with racing at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
ILSAC GF-6 is the next-generation of standards set by the International Lubricants Standardization and Approval Committee.
As the winner of the Quaker State “Best in Class Challenge,” Jordan Vocational High School students travelled to West Palm Beach to auction off the car at Barrett-Jackson and take home the earnings to benefit their auto program. The car sold for $50,000, but would end up earning the school $135,000 as they went on to three more auctions.
The 1996 Ford Mustang was restored by the students at Jordan Vocational High School in Columbus, Georgia.
The “Best in Class Challenge” was a 6-week automotive education competition featuring high school auto shop classes across the United States.
Jordan Vocational High School’s automotive program won the Quaker State “Best in Class Challenge.”
Kearny High School finished in 4th place in the Quaker State “Best in Class” challenge.
New Trier High School in Winnetka, IL, was one of only five schools selected as finalists in the Quaker State “Best In Class Challenge.”
Students at Effingham College and Career Academy in Rincon, GA, are participating in the Quaker State “Best in Class Challenge.”
Each school’s team is charged with the task of tuning, restoring and customizing a pre-owned car into a pristine, creative representation of their school.
The “Best in Class Challenge” supports high school auto shop classes across the United States in their efforts to restore and customize pre-owned cars into rides that truly represent their schools.
After six weeks of intense competition, Quaker State announces the top three schools from the “Best in Class Challenge,” a custom, hands-on automotive education program for high school auto shops from across the United States.