Southeast Motorsports Adds Bonus Money to Twin 20’s Modified Features July 23 at Putnam County Speedway Park
Callahan, FL (July 15, 2005)- Southeast Motorsports and Putnam County Speedway Park have announced the rules and purse monies for the Twin 20’s open wheel modified features “Presented by Southeast Motorsports” for July 23rd. Southeast Motorsports in association with Putnam County Speedway Park has signed onto the event July 23 to give racers additional incentives to race for. Not only will racers be running for additional purse monies from Putnam County Speedway Park, but Southeast Motorsports will be offering an additional $100 to ANY driver that can win both feature events and $200 to a driver that can win both feature events using a SHARK Chassis by Southeast Motorsports. In addition to bonus monies from Southeast Motorsports, Lucas Oil products will be awarded to each feature winner in the modified division compliments of Southeast Motorsports.
The basic rules for the special event July 23 for the open wheel modified division will be as follows: Putnam County Speedway Park Modified track rules apply. The starting lineup for the first 20-Lap A-main will be determined first by the top 12 in track points going into that nights racing will be locked in the first feature event. The remaining starting positions for the 24 car field will be determined by heat races and one B-main if necessary. The first 20-lap feature event will pay the winner $400. The second 20-lap feature event will be lined up based on a passing points system from the first 20-lap A-main. The driver that earns the most passing points will start on the pole of the second 20-lap A-main with the winner receiving $800. With the bonus monies also up for grabs from Southeast Motorsports a modified driver can potentially win $1,400 on July 23rd that competes in the Twin 20’s presented by Southeast Motorsports.
“We are excited to be apart of this event at Putnam County Speedway Park. We appreciate what Mike Partin has done with the facility since he has taken over and we look forward to working with him and Putnam County Speedway Park more in the future”, stated Timmy Carter owner of Southeast Motorsports. “We hope to use this event and our association with Putnam County Speedway Park as an opportunity to give something back to the racers and build a brand awareness of our SHARK modified Chassis. We want the racers to know that not only do we want to sell parts and racecars to them but that we reward racers who do business with us by offering extra bonuses and incentives no mater what race track they race at. We feel that we have a good product and one of the best fabricators in this area in Ronnie Blair. Southeast Motorsports can offer customer support to all racers in this area and attend your race track on any given Saturday night unlike other chassis manufactures”, stated Timmy Carter.
Southeast Motorsports also offers a “Feature Winners Bonus Money Program” to any driver that uses a SHARK Chassis by Southeast Motorsports and wins a feature event at any track , and if that driver is displaying the SHARK decals on their car, that driver is eligible for a $100 credit on parts or services after a $200 purchase. A $100 credit is earned for each feature win on a SHARK Chassis. Three wins by a diver on a SHARK chassis in 2005 would receive $900 in parts or services for $600. Southeast Motorsports is also offering a $200 bonus to the feature winner in the modified division at Golden Isles Speedway in Brunswick GA if the driver is using a SHARK Chassis and beats J.O. Nobles as per the rules of the bounty set on him by the Speedway.
Southeast Motorsports located in Callahan Florida carries a full line of performance parts for all your racing needs. Southeast carries most major brand parts including ALLSTAR Performance, Coleman, BSB Manufacturing, Real Wheels, Petersen Aluminum, Performance Bodies, VP Race Fuels, Sunoco Race Fuels, Lucas Oil Products, Intercomp, JFR Graphics. Southeast Motorsports is also a dealer for Rocket and GRT Chassis and specializes in building the SHARK Modified Chassis. For all your racing needs contact Southeast Motorsports at (904) 879-9346 or visit the website at www.southeastmotorsports.net.
Putnam County Speedway Park located in Satsuma Florida off Highway US 17
about 40 miles north of Daytona, runs five divisions including the very
competitive open wheel modified division every Saturday night. To learn more
about Putnam County Speedway Park and information about the Twin 20’s “Presented
by Southeast Motorsports” visit their official website at
www.putnamcountyspeedway.com or call the track office at (386) 649-5210.
Southeast Motorsports Enters “Renegade 100” and Announces Two New Partnerships
Callahan, FL (January 30, 2005)- Southeast Motorsports has signed on as an associate sponsor of the “Renegade 100” open wheel modified event held at Putnam County Speedway in Satsuma Florida February 1-5th. Jason Fitzgerald operations manager for Southeast Motorsports will also be entered in the event in his favorite “Shark” chassis built by Southeast Motorsports. Timmy Carter, owner of Southeast Motorsports, is excited about the event and the opportunity to showcase the “Shark” Chassis. Southeast Motorsports will have a new “Shark” Chassis on display everyday of the event for racers and fans to view and get information about the chassis.
“We feel this event would be a great opportunity to advertise and display our chassis at with so many modified drivers from all over the country here at our home track”, stated Timmy Carter. “With Jason entered in the event we hope to show how well the “Shark” chassis performs and gain some new customers.” The “Renegade 100” which pays $30,000 to the winner is attracting some of the biggest names in open wheel modified racing from all over the country. Southeast Motorsports builds open wheel modifieds and is looking to gain exposure through this event for their “Shark” Chassis.
Jason Fitzgerald will drive a “Shark” chassis in the event at a track that is very familiar to him. Jason won the 2003 Super Late Model track championship at Putnam County Speedway in the Southeast Motorsports house car and has numerous wins in the “Shark” modified chassis at the track as well.
Southeast Motorsports also would like to announce their new partnership with All-Star Performance and BSB Manufacturing. These two new partnerships allow Southeast Motorsports to carry a full line of parts and accessories for everything for your racing needs. By partnering with All-Star Performance Southeast Motorsports will carry all the major brand name quality parts a racer will need. Southeast Motorsports newest design of open wheel modifieds is the “Shark” Chassis. From a powder coated bare chassis to a complete rolling chassis Southeast can build it to your needs. Southeast Motorsports is a GRT Late Model Chassis dealer for the North Florida and South GA area as well.
To learn more about All-Star Performance and BSB Manufacturing visit their websites @ www.allstarperformance.com and www.bsb-mfg.com. For more information about Southeast Motorsports and their “Shark” Chassis, visit their website @ www.southeasetmotorsports.net.
For information about the “Renegade 100” open wheel modified event paying $30,000 to win February 1-5th go to www.2nrz.biz/FLRacer.htm.
Renegade 100 Set to Begin February 1st -5th Paying $30,000 To Win $1,500 to Start
Satsuma, FL (January 27, 2005)- The Renegade 100 Open Wheel Modified event presented by Florida Racer Magazine is set to begin Tuesday February 1, 2005 with an open practice night. Then the racing action begins on Wednesday February 2, 2005 as top modified drivers from all over the country head to the Putnam County Speedway in Satsuma Florida to try to earn a starting position in the “Renegade 100” main event on Saturday February 5th.
Saturdays feature event the “Renegade 100” will pay the winner $30,000 with 10th place paying $10,000. Any driver that earns one of the 24 starting positions will be guaranteed $1,500 to start the feature. A total purse of $190,000 will be paid out to the entire 24 positions to the modified drivers that make the feature event Saturday night.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights events will determine the top 12 starting positions for the “Renegade 100”. The rest of the field will be filled through consolation races on Saturday before the feature event. The Wednesday night event heat races will be lined up by pill draw and from there a passing points system will be used to determine the feature events Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The top 4 finishers in each nights feature will be locked in the “Renegade 100”.
Promoter Rich Egli has been working feverishly to put this race together and is excited about the tremendous support and interest he has been receiving the past couple of weeks. “I’m getting calls from 5-8 drivers a day saying they are coming and sending the entry fees in. I have a lot of support from some really great sponsors for this event including Rod End Supply, Travel Easy RV, Fire Fight Fire Systems, Astro, Hoosier, Florida Racer Magazine and Southeast Motorsports. A lot of people were skeptical at first with all the delays, but I am assuring everyone that this event will be a huge success. Its all coming together and we will be taping the event to be broadcasted on TV later in the year”, stated Rich from the track.
After several hurricanes devastated the south Florida area last year, the “Renegade 100” originally scheduled for November 16, 2004 had to be postponed due to severe damage from the hurricanes to the Thundercross Speedway in Okeechobee, Florida. Track owners decided the damage was too severe and cancelled the event. Immediate discussions took place with other racetracks in the state of Florida to host the event and Putnam County Speedway in association with the Florida Racer Magazine agreed to host the event. “Putnam County Speedway will be an awesome track for these modified drivers to race on three and four wide. I am looking forward to seeing some great racing action”, stated Rich Egli.
Many of the top open wheel modified drivers are entered in the event including former UMP National Champion Jimmy Owens out of Tennessee. Also on tap over the five days will be the Pure Stock Mini Shoot-Out, Open Wheel Southern Lite Shoot-Out, and a special BONUS Outlaw Lawn Mower Racing.
To learn more about the rules, procedures and the event go to the Florida
Racer Magazine website @ www.2nrz.biz/FLRacer.htm. To learn more about Putnam
County Speedway go to www.putnamcountyspeedway.com. You can contact the Putnam
County Speedway at 386-649-5210 or call Rich Egli at 386-295-2550
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