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Announcement of New Reality Show where everyday people get to drive a NASCAR in a race to the Grand Prize of $2,000,000! Training for driving provided by the family team of none other than Mike Skinner 28 time NASCAR winner!
ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Orlando Florida based Peterbuilt Productions has announced that people are racing to sign up at the website for their new Reality Show “Checkered Flag Challenge” by the tens of thousands. The new show based on NASCAR style racing has ordinary everyday people being trained by Professional Racers to drive Actual Race Cars and then compete against one another on a NASCAR Sanctioned Track, to advance to the ﬁnale where a champion will drive home with a whopping $2,000,000 Grand Prize!
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Contestants are chosen at random from those who enter at www.checkeredﬂagchallenge.com. Anyone 18 years of age or older can enter. Those chosen at random must meet certain qualiﬁcations in order to participate. Details are on the website. The racing family of 28 time NASCAR Champion MIKE SKINNER will provide the training. There will be 3 contestants selected for each weekly episode. They will compete in a 15 lap race. The winner of each of those episodes will go on to the Semi-Finals where the 3 Semi-Finalists will compete to determine a Finalist. Then in the Finale’ (Episode 13) the 3 Finalists will compete to see who takes the Checkered Flag and the 2 Million Dollar Grand Prize.
Production is slated to begin in January of 2016 with Contestants being selected, one per week beginning this week on October 23, 2015. People can re-enter every week. Filming will be done at various NASCAR Sanctioned Tracks across the country, and will culminate at the Grand Daddy of them all, The Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach Florida.
SOURCE Peterbuilt Productions
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