26
Jan
09

F4 Challenge Rulebook Cover

The Tjin Edition Pontiac G8 GT showcased on the cover of the 2009 F4 Challenge rulebook.

Hot off the presses…The Tjin Edition Pontiac G8 GT was selected to be on the cover of the brand new 2009 F4 Challenge rulebook.

The F4 Challenge rulebook, also know as the Exhibitors Guide to Success will have a one year shelf-life and is constantly referred to by vehicle exhibitors for referencing rules and regulations.

There will be over 40,000 copies of the F4 Challenge rulebook featuring the Tjin Edition G8 GT distributed at more then 30 nationwide automotive events throughout 2009.

WE have had a long standing relationship with Andy Goodman from the F4 Challenge, formerly the NCCA, and when Andy asked if he could use the Tjin Edition Pontiac G8 GT on their 2009 rulebook cover, I instantly give him the green light. I asked Andy why he wanted to use the Tjin Edition Pontiac G8 GT for their cover and he said “We are always looking for trendsetting and ground breaking cars, and the Tjin Edition G8 GT fits both bills perfectly. It is not only outfitted with the best parts available in the automotive market place, but it can easily relate to both the domestic and import communities.”

The Tjin Edition Pontiac G8 GT has been causing quite a stir since it debuted in the GM booth at SEMA, and we have some serious surprise up our sleeves for when the car debuts on the GlowShift Presents the Tjin Edition Tour in a few short weeks.

Stay tuned as the 2009 season is about to kick off, and the Tjin
Edition Pontiac G8 GT
is ready to take the industry by storm.
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