WAKE COUNTY SPEEDWAY HOSTS HALF-A-MILLION DOLLAR “RACE TO RICHE$”

WAKE COUNTY SPEEDWAY HOSTS HALF-A-MILLION DOLLAR “RACE TO RICHE$”
- One lucky fan or driver will win chance at $500,000 -

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RALEIGH  – After a historic opening year, The New Wake County Speedway is racing into the 2014 season with a very rich opportunity for both fans and drivers.

The chance to win $500,000.stacks-of-money

The Simpkins Road speedway is hosting a 2014 “RACE TO RICHE$” giving fans and eligible drivers a shot at half-a-million dollars in prize money.

Race track president Adam Resnick said the event is a way for the speedway to thank every fan in the bleachers and all the drivers behind the wheel for their continued support.

During every Friday night race between April and September, one lucky fan will get an entry into the annual prize drawing along with every racer on the ¼ mile track.

The drawing will be held at The New Wake County Speedway’s year-end banquet on Nov. 7 at Rush Hour Karting, located at 5335 Raynor Rd in neighboring Garner.

One lucky winner will be drawn and receive a $500 cash prize and the chance to win $500,000.

The winner must be in attendance at the banquet to claim their cash prize and chance at riches. In addition, any driver drawn must have competed in 75% of speedway races or raced during Wake County Speedway’s special Super Late Model event on August 30.

If the lucky winner meets all eligibilities, they will get a chance to choose one bag out of 100, with one of the 100 bags holding a $500,000 prize.

About Wake County Speedway
Wake County Speedway was opened in 1962 and for more than 50 years has brought the best of short track racing to the triangle area. Current owner Adam Resnick took over the speedway in 2013 and renovated the entire facility along with all race operations.  The New Wake County Speedway, already dubbed “America’s Favorite ¼ Mile Bullring” by drivers and fans, will begin its second season of racing on Friday, April 4.  For more information contact Adam Resnick at 919-464-6835. For rules and regulations visit the speedway online at www.wakecountyspeedway.com.

2014 racing season for Wake County Speedway kicks into high-gear with the Drivers Meeting

January 8,2014
Raleigh,N.C.
By Mike Ray and Ms.Hotrod

The 2014 racing season for Wake County Speedway kicks into high-gear with the Drivers Meeting this Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm in the infield at the tech shed. The 2014 race schedule features 14 action packed Friday night’s at America’s favorite Bullring.Six divisions lead by the Metal Depot Late Model Stock Car class will run every other Friday Night starting April 4,2014.

Metal Depot Late Model Stock, U-Car/ Four Cylinder Combo, Legends, Bandoleros, Pro-Four Modifieds and our new Bomber division are classes that run throughout the year plus Touring Series.

Two big money,100 lap features for the Metal Depot Late Model Stock Division will pay $2000. to win; $1000. at the halfway point and $1000. when the checkered flag drops.Run 3 of the previous 5 events to be eligible for the big money.The Best Tire Deal Anywhere in the U.S.A. is at Wake County Speedway:1 new tire every week on a Track Rim for $160 for the Metal Depot Late Model Stocks.Sunoco Racing Fuels will once again reward the fastest LMS qualifier $100. pole money during the 2014 season. The Bomber Division has created a lot of buzz with numerous phone calls to Les Fenton and Adam Resnick (919) 464-6835.Come out and see us this Sunday afternoon,talk to Les,Adam and the other racers,the Bomber class is grass roots racing at it’s best;alot of fun!

The Super Late Model stars and cars of the tri-state region will roar into the speedway on Friday night August 30th for a $3000. to win 100 laps of up close in your face racing action.Donnie Allison and the Allison Car Legacy Series will also be on the card for the huge show!A fan favorite,the Southern Ground Pounders will also rock Wake County Speedway with 2 visits this season, opening night,April 4th and August 8th.

Andy Hillenburg, Race Director and Michael Cooper,Head Tech Man will lead the track staff and Adam Resnick has total focus on promoting the biggest little bullring in the world!Wake County Speedway will be at N.C. Auto Racing Expo with the Expo Track Rental Special $400.;the track will be available 3 times a week for unlimited practice.

Like Wake County Speedway on FB; follow us on twitter @wcspeedway and check us out on the web at www.wakecountyspeedway.com.Wake County Speedway is located off Hwy.401 south of Raleigh,N.C. on Simpkins Road.Looking forward to seeing all Drivers,Car Owners and fans this Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock as we kick off the 52nd anniversary of Wake County Speedway.Thank you.

WAKE COUNTRY SPEEDWAY REOPENS

PRESS RELEASE
June 12, 2013

WAKE COUNTRY SPEEDWAY REOPENS
Summertime Racing is Back on Track


Raleigh, North Carolina
 –  Wake County Speedway (WCS) is reopening its doors Friday evening, June 14 for fans to experience once again in the Raleigh area. The WCS is located at 2109 Simpkins Road in Raleigh.

The Wake Country Speedway is a recently renovated local race track providing opportunities for upcoming drivers to make a name for themselves while providing great entertainment for racing fans.

Built in 1962 as a quarter mile dirt track, the speedway achieved asphalt status at the conclusion of the 1986 season. Major renovations were again completed in time for the 2013 season that ends September 6.

Fans can now enjoy food from concessions through out the evening, children can meet the track mascot, and six different categories of racing are held throughout the season, including:

  • Modified 4 Cylinders
  • Legends
  • U Cars
  • Bandoleros
  • Southern Ground Pounders
  • Late Models

Races are held every two weeks on Friday nights from June through September. Gates open at 6pm, drivers practice begins at 7pm, qualifying and heat races begin at 8pm, and the main event begins at 8:30pm.

Tickets are $5/child (ages 6-11), $12/adult, and children under 5 are free.

For fun family entertainment, the WCS is great way to spend a summer Friday night and is why they call it “America’s Favorite Bullring.”

For more info, visit WakeCountySpeedway.com.

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Wake County Reopens Friday, June 14th

Wake County Speedway will be reopening its doors on Friday, June 14 for fans to experience racing in the Raleigh area. Wake County Speedway is a recently renovated local race track that provides great opportunities for upcoming drivers to make a name for themselves. It is also a great place for entertainment in the Wake County area.  Fans can arrive at 6:00pm to grab a seat. Adults can enjoy the action for $12 and children 6-11 years old can get a seat for $5.00.  Children five and under can get in the gate for free. Racing action starts at 7:00pm with drivers practice. Qualifying and heat races start at 8:00pm followed by the main event at 8:30.

Wake County Speedway was built in 1962 as a .23 mile dirt track.  In 1987 the track was changed to an asphalt surface. Earlier this year Adam Resnick took ownership of the facilities and renovated the entire facility. One major renovation included the repainting of the track walls, infield and grandstands to the bright blue and yellow colors. It certainly adds character to the updated facility.

Friday nights are fun for the whole family. Along with the racing. families can enjoy great food from the concessions through out the night.  Items include funnel cakes, hot dogs, hamburgers and more.  Children also get a chance to meet the track mascot who loves to hang out with the kids. There are multiple racing classes for fans to see. Cars that race at Wake County Speedway include Modified 4 cylinders, Legends, U-Cars, Bandoleros, Southern Ground Pounders and Late Models.

The speedway will hold raced every two weeks on Friday night starting with the opener on June 14. The season will end of September 6 with a 100 lap Late Models featured event.

Wake County Speedway is a great place to spend an evening with the whole family and experience short track racing at its best; they call it “America’s favorite bullring” for a reason. Come and see why for yourself on Friday, June 14!