Rain Forces Postponement of Steel Block Bandits Sanctioned Firecracker 30 Till Next Saturday July 17th

Jamaica, VA – All indications were that the first ever visit by the Steel Block Bandits to the ½ mile speed plant in Jamaica, VA was going to be a home run. Over the last two weeks officials from the Bandits and Virginia Motor Speedway were hearing from a multitude of competitors that had everyone expecting 40 plus cars for the series first event at the facility. It will have to wait another week as Mother Nature had other ideas with rains soaking the grounds and with more severe storms looming officials at VMS were forced to postpone the $2000 to win Revere Gas Firecracker 30 presented by Aaron’s to next Saturday July 17th. “This event was picking up a lot of steam with both competitors and fans, we were very excited about possibilities of the first ever visit to our facility by the Steel Block Bandits, but with the rain and the forecast for more severe storms on the way we are forced to reschedule the event for next Saturday July 17th and we hope that we will still see a record car count for the Steel Block Bandits first event next weekend,” commented track General Manager Clarke Sawyer....

Admission Prices Reduced For Steel Block Bandits $2000 to Win Firecracker 30 on Saturday July 10th

Jamaica, VA – Officials at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway have decided to reduce admission prices for the upcoming Steel Block Bandits event scheduled for Saturday July 10th. Adult admission will now be $12 with senior and military admission reduced to $10 and students 7 to 17 now $6. “We are very aware of how the economy has affected our fans, by reducing the admission we hope that more race fans get to take in the first ever appearance of the Steel Block Bandits to our facility not to mention the huge fireworks display that will also highlight the nights activities,” commented track owner Bill Sawyer. Saturday July 10th will be the inaugural visit by the Steel Block Bandits touring series to the ½ mile speed plant in Jamaica, VA as they compete in the $2000 to win Firecracker 30. Some of the region’s top late model talent will be on hand for the Series first visit. The series regulars will have a tough road ahead of them as they will have to contend with a strong local contingent led by Stevie Long of Mechanicsville, MD, rookie Tim Shelton of Fredericksburg, VA, Scott Adams of Chester, VA, Davis Lipscombe of Mechanicsville, VA, Tom Cohick of Gloucester, VA and Ben Bowie of Brandywine, MD....

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