Sunday, July 18, 2010

Auto City Speedway short track stock car racing 07/17/10

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DMS Car #80 great night of racing. Our sponsored group  will be back in full force with new engines next week. Even Rusty will take a spin.

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DeWitt's Chad Finley is pursuing his dream, making it happen one left turn at a time on the NASCAR race tracks at speeds in excess of 200 miles per hour.
Mariel Moorer hopes a second internship in a NASCAR diversity program puts her on the fast track to a career with the stock car racing powerhouse.
Whoever would have imagined hearing that you couldn’t run a race at a track due to darkness, when there are plenty of lights at the track?

There is big money scattered around everywhere in the format for the Legends Million weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The winner of the spotlighted A-feature Saturday night will take home $250,000, a shocking amount for a 100-lap short-track race featuring cars that cost only $13,000.

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