Win a Miller Multimatic 215 

 When multiprocess capabilities and lightweight portability are important, the Multimatic™ 215 from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. delivers MIG, flux-cored, DC TIG and DC stick processes — welding up to 3/8-inch-thick mild steel in a single pass. Providing up to 230 amps of power for MIG projects, the Multimatic 215 can quickly be ready for stick or TIG welding with the addition of an electrode holder. Weighing just 38 pounds, the machine’s small footprint makes it a versatile addition to any home garage or shop. Auto-Set™ Elite technology means easy setup for multiple materials and processes, and weld settings can be fine-tuned further in Auto-Set mode.

When multiprocess capabilities and lightweight portability are important, the Multimatic™ 215 from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. delivers MIG, flux-cored, DC TIG and DC stick processes — welding up to 3/8-inch-thick mild steel in a single pass. Providing up to 230 amps of power for MIG projects, the Multimatic 215 can quickly be ready for stick or TIG welding with the addition of an electrode holder. Weighing just 38 pounds, the machine’s small footprint makes it a versatile addition to any home garage or shop. Auto-Set™ Elite technology means easy setup for multiple materials and processes, and weld settings can be fine-tuned further in Auto-Set mode.

$2018 Champion: The winner of the $2018 Challenge will receive a big trophy, a fancy winner's jacket, and a brand new Miller Multimatic 215 with accessories.

Second and Third Overall: The second and third highest-scoring teams overall get a trophy and the glory.

Top Three Autocross: Trophies given to the three teams with the fastest autocross runs.

Top Three Concours: Trophies given to the three highest-scoring teams in concours judging.

Most Spectacular Failure: These cars are built on a tight budget. Things blow up sometimes. This award goes to the most awesome disappointment of the year.

Best Engineered: The Grassroots Motorsports staff will pick the car they believe to be the most ingeniously engineered.

200 Treadwear: The highest-placing car on 200-treadwear or higher tires for the duration of the event.

Editors’ Choice: The Grassroots Motorsports staff will pick their overall favorite entry.

Challengers’ Choice: The $2018 Challenge participants will pick their overall favorite entry. The winner will receive a free welding mask from Miller Electric.

Phil Kime Spirit of the Event Award: Person or team that fully embodies the $2000 Challenge spirit.

Best Theme: The Grassroots Motorsports staff will pick their favorite theme.

Rookie of the Year Award: Highest-placing first-timer.

Longest Drive Award: For the $2018 Challenger who tows/drives the longest distance from home to the event.

Best Reaction Time: Best reaction time on the quarter-mile.

Last Chance Award: Highest-placing car acquired no more than 10 days before the first day of the event. Car shall be purchased from general public, not another Challenge team.

High School Award: Highest-placing car predominantly built by high schoolers.

Old Guy Class: Highest-placing car predominantly built by people 55 or older.

College Class: Highest-placing car predominantly built by college students.

$1000 Class: Highest-placing car built for half the allowed budget—$1000—or less.

One Car Class: Highest-placing car owned by a competitor that owns no other cars.

Stock Block Class: Highest-placing car with the OEM (or duplicate replacement) engine block.

Parking Lot Class: Highest-placing car with the majority of its prep completed in the parking lot of the host hotel.