$2000 To Win Summer Bash 100 At Wake County Speedway This Friday June 13, 2014

June 7, 2014
Raleigh,N.C.
By Mike Ray and Ms.Hotrod

Wake County Speedway is hosting this year’s first special event of the season this Friday night at America’s favorite bullring. The Metal Depot Late Model stars and cars will battle,all seeking to grab the big money. Twenty plus cars are expected from the tri-state area. Goldboro speedster Clay Jones, Knightdale’s Bradley McCaskill and a host of other drivers are all looking to be in victory lane after 100 laps. Drivers eligible to win the big money have run at least the last 3 features at the track if they haven’t they are still eligible for a $500 halfway bonus and $1000 to win.

The Pepsi/ Mt.Dew Kick Start UCARS/ 4 Cylinder warriors will run a 25 lap feature event with Raleigh driver Jeremy Ottaway, Justin Fussell, Saford and Hickory’s A.J. Saunders plus UCAR driver Patrick Arch from Clayton all vying for another trip to victory lane.

Dennis “The Dominator” Capps will be looking to extend his point lead in the 25 lap Modified Four Cylinder event.The multi time track champion has his eyes on yet another title with a strong opening night victory. Dillon Spain, Clayton is having a storybook season in the Legends Division. The Clayton Comet is having a fantastic season at the bullring and will be looking once again for the checkered flag in the 20 lap race for the Legends. Kade Lambert headlines a great field of young gun’s in the 15 lap Bandolero feature.

Wake County Speedway is located at 2109 Simpkins Road, Raleigh,N.C. off Highway 401 South. Come out and enjoy a great evening of racing excitement at America’s fan and family,friendly racing complex. Please like us on FB;follow @wcspeedway on twitter and on the web at wakecountyspeedway.com.. Wake County Speedway is also available for track rental and we offer Sunoco Racing Fuel and Hooiser Tires for sale;call Michael Cooper at (919)906-1256. By the Grace of GOD and 600 horsepower,hope to see you at the track

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Clay Jones Wins At America’s Favorite Bullring: Wake County Speedway

May 17,2014
Raleigh,N.C.
By Mike Ray and Ms.Hotrod

The weather was cool last night but the action on the track was red hot at Wake County Speedway. Goldsboro speedster Clay Jones picked up another win on the season in the Metal Depot Late Model 50 lap feature. Jeremy Ottaway, Raleigh and Patrick Arch, Clayton were victory lane bound in the 25 lap UCAR/ 4 Cylinder Pepsi Kick Start Mini-Mayhem feature. Dillon Spain, Clayton won both 20 lap Legend features with Bandolero features winners Austin Janocha and Kade Lambert. Dennis “The Dominator” Capps,Garner was the Modified 4 Cylinder winner.

Clay Jones,Goldsboro started shotgun on the field in last night’s 50 lap Metal Depot Late Model event and drove through the field in his Pro Coating LM to secure another trip to victory lane. Jones fought hard in the hotly contested event with Raleigh’s Bradley McCaskill; rubbing and racing hard at America’s Favorite Bullring. Jones thanked his crew, his family, friends and fans from victory lane. Garner driver Alex Fleming finished in 2nd place followed by Bobby Gower and McCaskill with Dillon Wilson rounding out the top 5 finishers.

Twin Bandolero features produced 2 different victory lane celebrations.In the evenings 1st event Austin Janocha was your victor followed under the waving checkered flag by Kade Lambert, Bradley Wilson, Ethan Johnson and Dustin Yeoman. The 2nd feature event winner was Kade who held off Austin, Bradley, Dustin and Henry Broadbent.

The Legend drivers also ran twin features last night with Dillon Spain grabbing the “W” in both events. Spain held off Will Bristle, Jason Austin, Zack Brown and Caleb Day in the opening feature. The nightcap feature top five were Spain, Bristle, Austin, Day and Brenton Irving.

The first 2014 appearance of the Modified 4 Cylinder class had a familiar face in victory lane. Multi-time track champ Dennis “The Dominator” Capps, Garner had his Cleveland Draft Ford Fusion in the wind last night. Keith Oliver came home in 2nd place followed by Brandon Baker, Matthew Denton and A.J. Saunders.All results are unoffical pending tech results.

Jeremy Ottaway, Raleigh has run great all season;he just needed to attend a wedding to seal the victory. The UCAR/ 4 Cylinder Pepsi Kick Start Mini-Mayhem feature winner also started shotgun on the field and roared to victory in the 25 lap feature event. Ottaway held off Justin Fussell,Apex, A.J. Saunders , Jessie Richardson,Knightdale and Michael Tucker. Patrick Arch, Clayton was your winner in the UCARS over Kristin Gault,Raleigh, Jim Bounds, Dwayne Godwin and Dallas Stephenson.

Wake County Speedway would like to thank all the fans and competitors for making the 2014 an action packed season!Beating and banging,rubbing and racing continues through mid September with many special events planned.Our next event will be May 30,hope to see you then.Follow www.wakecountyspeedway;like us on FB and follow us on twitter @wcspeedway.By the Grace of God and 600 horsepower,see you on the 30th of May.

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Metal Depot Twins Headline 6 Divisions At Wake County Speedway May 2nd

Andrew Grady returns to Wake County May 2nd.

Photo by Steve Svalina Photography

April 27,2014
Raleigh,N.C.
By Mike Ray and Ms.Hotrod

Six divisions competing in six action packed events will have fans on their feet this coming Friday night,May 2,2014 at Wake County Speedway. The Metal Depot Late Models, Pepsi Kick Start UCAR/4 Cylinder Mini Stock Mayhem, Legends,

Andrew Grady returns to Wake County May 2nd. Photo by Steve Svalina Photography

Andrew Grady returns to Wake County May 2nd.
Photo by Steve Svalina Photography

Bandoleros and Bombers will all battle at America’s Favorite Bullring.

The Knightdale speedster, Andrew Grady has started off the 2014 racing season red hot; winning 4 out of 5 races to open the season. Grady will look to continue his winning ways in the highly competitive Metal Depot Late Model division in his ABC Hoisery Hotrod where car counts have been over 20 cars strong. Twin 30 lap features are scheduled for Friday evening.

The Pepsi Kick Start UCAR/4 Cylinder Mini Stock combo event is 25 laps of up close, in your face racing excitement and A.J.Saunders in the 4 cylinders and Patrick Arch in the UCARS will once again put on a show for the fans. 25 cars competed in the feature on opening night and these warriors put on a great show last time out before mother nature pulled the plug early. Jeremy Ottaway and his father have their Mustang running well and will be a threat to win as well.

Dillon Spain leads a hungry group of veterans and young guns in the Legends division which will run a 25 lap feature event. The popular Bandolero division young lions will compete in a 15 lap feature event. The newest division at Wake County Speedway, the Bombers will compete in a 20 lap feature.

Wake County Speedway is located off Highway 401 South, Raleigh,N.C. on Simpkins Road. Fuel,Tires and Track Rental are available during the week.

Like us on Facebook; follow on twitter @wcspeedway and on the web:wakecountyspeedway.com to keep up with all exciting news.

Clean restrooms, Great Concessions and a friendly staff await you.

Adult value pricing: $12.00; Children (6-12) $5.00 and Kids 5 and under free, bring your family and friends out for a full filled night of entertainment this Friday night and don’t forget one lucky, driver or pitcrew member could win the 1/2 million dollars Race to Riches contest at the end of the year. By the Grace of GOD and 600 horsepower,hope to see you at the races.

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Andrew Grady Sweeps Accent Imaging Night At Wake County Speedway

By Mike Ray and Ms.Hotrod
April 5,2014
Raleigh,N.C.

Image by Steve Svalina Photography

The Southern Ground Pounders Touring Series featuring vintage race cars always put on a great show and James Turner, 73 years young held off Mack Tatum to open the 2014 racing season. James Brown roared under the checkered flag in 3rd place with Chase Parsons and Thomas Clayton coming home in 4th and 5th place.

The Pepsi Legends Feature was a wild affair with great battles through out the field. 2013 Track Champion Dillon Spain won the hotly contested feature over Caleb Day.

The Bandolero feature winner was young gun Alex McCollum who held off Austin Janocha and Dustin Yeoman.  Henry Broadbent and Bradley Wilson rounded out the top 5 finishers in the action packed feature.

The UCAR/4 Cylinder feature winner was A.J. Saunders who held off Jeremy Ottaway and Brad Martin for the victory.

The 2nd 30 lap feature Metal Depot Late Model win went to Grady who doubled down grabbing both features. The action was fast and furious as McCaskill was able to nip Jones at the stripe. Dillon Wilson and Brandon Clements rounded out your top 5 finishers in the nightcap.

Packed in-field for opening night.

On behalf of Adam Resnick,Michael Cooper and the entire Wake County Speedway Staff;  Thank you fans, drivers, car owners and crew members Thank you all for coming out on a beautiful evening and enjoying a great night of up close.in your face racing excitement at the 1/4 bullring. Packed grandstands and pits made for a history making evening. Wake County Speedway will have another fan and family night of racing excitement April 18,2014 as the Pro 4 Modifieds will make their 1st appearance of the racing season. Feature racing also on tap will include the Metal Depot Late Models,UCAR/4 Cylinders,Pepsi Legends and Bandoleros. Like us on Facebook, follow us on twitter:@wcspeedway and check us out on the web at www.wakecountyspeedway.com. By the grace of God and 600 horsepower;hope to see you at the races.

 

 

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

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

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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.

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