Kentucky Speedway Hosts Top Cop Challenge

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Updated: 5/16/2013 11:26 am
Law officers from eight areas across the region will compete in Kentucky Speedway's Top Cop Challenge today.

They will come from Cincinnati, Ohio; Butler Co., Ohio; Hamilton Co., Ohio; Florence, Ky.; Lexington, Ky.; Gallitin Co., Ky; Oldham Co., Ky.; and the Kentucky State Police to test their stock car racing skills.

Each team member will race six timed laps around the 1.5 mile tri-oval and the two-person team with the fastest average time will be named Top Cop Challenge Team Champion and will receive tickets to the Quaker State 400 which they will to needy families in their community.

The Top Cop overall will win a ride in the pace car for the Quaker State 400, be recognized during the race, and will receive one-year supplies of both Coca-Cola and Quaker State Motor Oil to be donated to the charity of their choice.

You can find more information, including how to get tickets to the Quaker State 400 and other races here.

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