NEXT FRIDAY NORTH GEORGIA SPEEDWAY $3,000 TO WIN FOUR-LEAF CLOVER 40
by: Steve Hixson
CHATSWORTH, GA (03/09/07) - Serving as a pre-lude to one of the highest anticipated events of the racing season, next Friday Night, March 16th, the North Georgia Speedway opens for a special night of racing action at the Chatsworth/Dalton area dirt track. The unsanctioned (yet O'SAS rules with open Hoosier tire) $3,000., to win, 40 lap, "Four-Leaf Clover 40" race will take place along with five other racing divisions which includes the STORMPAY.COM Crate Late Models, the Limited Late Models, (which both division boast a $500., to win, feature races) as well as racing in the the Sportsman, Hobby and the Mini Stock classes.
The annual O'SAS "SHAMROCK" event takes place the following night, just North of NGS in Cleveland, TN and many teams are planning on running both events. The O'SAS series makes its return to North Georgia the first weekend in April for an EASTER race, paying $5,000., to win, Saturday night, April 7th. More information can be obtained on the tracks web-site on-line at WWW.NORTHGEORGIASPEEDWAY.COM/, For more information regarding North Georgia Speedway, the track phone is (706) 695-3313, or contact PR Director Steve Hixson for all press enquirees at (423)227-4590 or firstname.lastname@example.org/.
NORTH GEORGIA SPEEDWAY 2007 THUNDER SERIES OPENER THIS SATURDAY NIGHT
by: Steve Hixson
CHATSWORTH, GA (03/07/07) - This Saturday Night, March 10th the North Georgia
Speedway opens for racing action as the Advance Auto Parts Thunder series kicks
off the 2007 season at the Chatsworth/Dalton area dirt track.
More info. can be obtained on the tracks web-site at WWW.NORTHGEORGIASPEEDWAY.COM, or on the series web-site at WWW.ADVANCEAUTOPARTSTHUNDERSERIES.COM/. Admission prices are $17 for general admission and $30 for pit passes. The drivers meeting is slated for 6PM EST with hot laps practice to begin shortly thereafter. For more information regarding North Georgia Speedway, the track phone is (706) 695-3313, or contact promoter Ronnie Sutton at (706) 655-3041. All press enquirees are to go thru Steve Hixson at (423)227-4590.
EXPECT A TOP CROP AT NORTH GEORGIA SPEEDWAY THUNDER SERIES OPENER IN 2 WEEKS
by: Steve Hixson
CHATSWORTH, Ga. (2/26/07) -- The Advance Auto Parts Thunder series 2007 OPENER is in two (2) weeks at the North Georgia Speedway dirt track in the Chatsworth/Dalton area. Slated for Saturday night, March 10th, the 60 lap, "Ernest Young Memorial" race will take place and many Dirt Super Late Model regional superstars are planning on competing for the $5,000 first place prize. The AAPTS plays host to many top Southern raceteams, but many local area SLM racers from Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama will be vying for the over $20,000 total purse.
Beginning with the 2006 AAPTS Champion, Anthony White of Clinton, TN, racked up several awards including the $7,500 Championship Check and Trophy. The "DIRTY WHITE BOY" also bagged the Cruise with the Champions, the HVH Cylinder Heads Fast Time Award of $500, his own Chassis Challenge Pole Award for DWB Racecars of $500 as well as the 2006 PPM Racing Products Hard Charger of the Year Award with a $250 Prize bringing his total cash and prize winnings to over $16,000.
Coach David Payne of Murphy, NC, who finished third in the overall final Thunder Series points received the Advance Auto Parts "Race Ready" Award which is an Excellence in Sportsmanship for his outstanding commitment to the series. Payne is a very familiar sight in the Northern Georgia racing community and viable threat to the top spot in all races at NGS. Teen-aged racer Kayne Hickman of Soddy Daisy, TN was a true SLM rookie in 2006 and even though he had very limited experience, he proved that a driver can make the transition from asphalt to dirt track racing.
Ricky Arms of Moss, TN has been on fire in 2007 already, racing during the Florida Speedweeks and Winternationals back in February. Arms also tallied two late season big event wins at the Crossville (TN) Raceway and the Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in Paducah. His consistancy paid off at the end of the season with the AAPTS with his second place points run worth over $3,000. While a pair of fellow Tennessee racers Steve Smith of Powell and "The Milkman" Mike Weeks of Friendsville tallied top points finishes once the 2006 season wrapped.
The 2007 opener should be lined with many Northern Georgia and Tennessee
Valley based SLM racers. With the like of Aaron Ridley, Derrick Ellis, Shane
Tankersley, The Chastain Bros., Derrick Rainey, Bear Patterson, Brian Hickman,
Rodney Martin, Greg Knight, Tony Martin, Randy Burrows and many many more,
racers and teams are looking to kick-start their respective season. Thus
bringing a sensational crop of Dirt Super Late Models to NGS.
Besides the local frey of challengers from the North Georgia "DIRT DAWGS" of the Super Late Model ranks, expect some entries from top regional racing stars to include; North Carolina's "Tar-heel Tiger" Ray Cook, as well as the possible return of Chattanooga's own Ronnie Johnson. Other possible entries based on their 2006 NGS victories, come from Georgia racers, such as; recent 3-peat "BAMA BASH" Champion and WoOLMS superstar Clint Smith as well as 2007 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP runner-up on the WoOLM series Shane Clanton.
Raceday confirmation on these and other mentioned racers and/or teams within this press release is to be made through the North Georgia Speedway on the day of the event. A majority of racers schedules are tentative at the least and depending on things such as weather, equipment conditions, travel, and other promotions, their schedules could change at any time. More information can be obtained on the web-site at NORTHGEORGIASPEEDWAY.COM/. For more information regarding North Georgia Speedway, the track phone is (706) 695-3313, or call (706) 655-3041. Info on the AAPTS is located on-line at ADVANCEAUTOPARTSTUNDERSERIES.COM/.
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