Virginia Motor Speedway to Host 1st Annual Virginia State Quarterback Challenge during Intermission of Fastrak World Championship

Virginia Motor Speedway to Host 1st Annual Virginia State Quarterback Challenge during Intermission of Fastrak World Championship

Jamaica, VA – Virginia Motor Speedway and FASTRAK Racing officials a excited to announce the formation of the 1st Annual Virginia State Quarterback Challenge. The event will feature some of the area’s high school quarterback’s competing to win their school a $1000 scholarship, bragging rights and a perpetual Trophy Cup that they will keep and display until next year’s event. “This is a chance for both the speedway and sanction to give back to the community and at the same time help excite a brand new segment of fans to our brand of racing,” commented track owner Bill Sawyer. The challenge will be run similar to the punt, pass and kick competition and will test the quarterback’s arm strength and accuracy. The throw will be judged on overall distance and distance from the center line. The throw will first be measured for distance and then subtract the distance from the center line to get an overall distance and determine the winner. “This is a great interaction between high school football and racing, two sports that just about everyone loves; more importantly it offers a chance for us to give back to our communities” commented FASTRAK Marketing Director Don Lester. Students from the competing high schools can use their student I.D. to attend the event for $5 and cheer on their schools quarterback. High Schools scheduled to compete are Middlesex High School in Middlesex, VA, Essex High School in Tappahannock, VA, Lafayette High School in Williamsburg, VA, Jamestown High School in Williamsburg, VA and Northumberland High School in Heathsville, VA. All this takes place during intermission of the $15,000 to win Fastrak World Championship presented by James River Equipment. Some of the best Pro Late Model drivers in the country will be on hand for the “Super Bowl” of Pro Late Model racing. The Quarterback Challenge is scheduled for around 9PM. Spectator gates will swing open at 4pm. With racing scheduled to start at 6Pm with practice. Admission for Saturday September 19th will see adults – $25, seniors (60+) – $20, military (active or retired w/I.D.) – $15, students (11-17) – $10 and children 10 and under free with paying adult. Pit passes (regardless of age) are $40 and also get you a seat in the grandstands. For those unable to attend tonight’s Fastrak World Championship, RACEFEEDX will broadcast the event starting at 8PM EST with qualifying. Log into www.racefeedx.com to get your pay per view package....

$15,000 to Win Fastrak World Championship presented by James River Equipment Tonight

$15,000 to Win Fastrak World Championship presented by James River Equipment Tonight

Jamaica, VA – After a very exciting World Challenge Night where Corey “Flash” Gordon of Charlotte, NC scored the $5000 victory, fans are on edge to see what night 2 of the 12th Annual Fastrak World Championships presented by James River Equipment has to offer. The warriors of the FASTRAK Pro Late Model Series will start all over with a complete show, but this time the stakes are a lot higher as tonight’s winner will walk away with a cool $15,000 and the title of World Champion. Some of the best Pro Late Model drivers in the country are on hand for the “Super Bowl” of Pro Late Model racing. In the eleven year history of the event there are 11 different winners adding another element to tonight’s event with three previous champions scheduled to compete. With tonight’s feature going for 60 laps on the super fast ½ mile speed plant in Jamaica, VA drivers might have to use a little strategy to score the victory. Today’s events will start at 2PM with driver sign and technical inspection. Practice will get under way at 6PM with qualifying scheduled for 8PM. Spectator gates will swing open at 4pm. Admission for Saturday September 19th will see adults – $25, seniors (60+) – $20, military (active or retired w/I.D.) – $15, students (11-17) – $10 and children 10 and under free with paying adult. Pit passes (regardless of age) are $40 and also get you a seat in the grandstands. For those unable to attend tonight’s Fastrak World Championship, RACEFEEDX will broadcast the event starting at 8PM EST with qualifying. Log into www.racefeedx.com to get your pay per view package. Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vamotorspeedway and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/vamotorspeedway for the latest news and results. ABOUT VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY: Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. ABOUT JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT: James River Equipment is your full-service equipment and tractor dealership dedicated to the needs of our agriculture, construction, forestry, commercial and residential customers in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Our services include equipment sales, parts, service and rentals. With 30 full service locations and over 100 field service vehicles, we stand ready for when you need us to keep you up and running! For dealer locations and equipment info visit www.jamesriverequipment.com or call (804) 798-6001....

FASTRAK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PURSES RELEASED

FASTRAK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PURSES RELEASED

Jamaica, VA — Officials from Fastrak Racing and Virginia Motor Speedway have announced the complete purses for both nights of the Fastrak World Championship presented by James River Equipment. Friday night competitors will be competing in a 40 lap event that will pay the winner $5000. On Saturday night competitors will compete for the $15,000 top prize and be crowned World Champion. Other notable positions will see $3000 for 5th; $1400 for 10th and $500 to start the A Main. The speedway is offering a tremendous two-day ticket price of only $22. The special ticket will only be sold on Friday September 18th. The special price is to encourage fans to attend both nights of racing. A two-day pit pass (regardless of age) is only $40 and will also get you a seat in the grandstands as well for the two days. Friday September 18th ONLY admission prices will be: Adults / Seniors (60+) / Military / Students (11-17) – $15 and Children 10 and under free with paying adult. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening at 5pm. On track action will begin at 6:30pm with hot laps. Saturday September 19th ONLY admission will be: Adults – $25, Seniors (60+) – $25, Military (active or retired w/I.D.) – $15, Students (11-17) – $10 and Children 10 and under free with paying adult. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening 5pm. On track action will begin at 6:30pm with modified hot laps and qualifying. CLICK ON THE LINK TO PRINT OFF A COPY OF EACH PURSE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 PURSE 2015 WC Friday Night 5K Purse SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 PURSE: 2015 WC Sat Night 15K Purse...

Host Fastrak World Championship presented by James River Equipment This Friday and Saturday, September 18-19, 2015

Host Fastrak World Championship presented by James River Equipment This Friday and Saturday, September 18-19, 2015

Jamaica, VA – The wait is finally over as Virginia Motor Speedway will host the $15,000 to win Fastrak World Championships presented by James River Equipment this Friday and Saturday, September 18-19, 2015. The two-day event will include two complete shows culminating in the $15,000 to win Fastrak World Championships presented by James River Equipment. The weekend’s activities will begin Friday September 18th with a $5000 to win, 40 lap event that will include an extended practice, qualifying, heats, B-Mains and the40 lap feature. Saturday, September 19th the speedway will host the biggest race in Pro Late Model racing, the $15,000 to win Fastrak World Championships presented by James River Equipment. The 60 lap event will include practice, heats, B-Mains and the feature to crown a World Champion. Saturday’s activities will also include the BB&T Autograph session giving fans a chance to meeting some of the top Pro Late Model drivers in person. The speedway is offering a tremendous two-day ticket price of only $22. The special ticket will only be sold on Friday September 18th. The special price is to encourage fans to attend both nights of racing. A two-day pit pass (regardless of age) is only $40 and will also get you a seat in the grandstands as well for the two days. This race will feature the best of the best in Pro Late Model racing. Teams from Indiana, West Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina, Ohio and Kentucky are about to undertake the most exciting and biggest race of their career. Last year’s event saw 55 competitors compete with Tim Dohm of Charleston, WV crowned the 2014 Fastrak World Champion. Friday September 18th admission prices will be: Adults / Seniors (60+) / Military / Students (11-17) – $15 and Children 10 and under free with paying adult. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening at 5pm. On track action will begin at 6:00pm with hot laps. Saturday September 19th admission will be: Adults – $25, Seniors (60+) – $25, Military (active or retired w/I.D.) – $15, Students (11-17) – $10 and Children 10 and under free with paying adult. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening 5pm. On track action will begin at 6:00pm with practice. Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vamotorspeedway and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/vamotorspeedway for the latest news and results....

Speedway to Host Fastrak World Championship September 18-19, 2015

Speedway to Host Fastrak World Championship September 18-19, 2015

Jamaica, VA – The excitement level and anticipation for one of the tracks premier events is at an all time high as Virginia Motor Speedway gets ready to host the $15,000 to win Fastrak World Championships presented by James River Equipment Friday and Saturday, September 18-19, 2015. This year the big event will be preceded by a $5000 to win, 40 lap feature on Friday September 18th. The speedway is offering a tremendous two-day ticket price of only $22. The special ticket will only be sold on Friday September 18th. The special price is to encourage fans to attend both nights of racing. A two-day pit pass (regardless of age) is only $40 and will also get you a seat in the grandstands as well for the two days. This race will feature the best of the best in Pro Late Model racing. Teams from Indiana, West Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina, Ohio and Kentucky are about to undertake the most exciting and biggest race of their career. Last year’s event saw 55 competitors compete with Tim Dohm of Charleston, WV crowned the 2014 Fastrak World Champion. The two-day event will also offer up plenty of fan interaction with the BB&T Autograph session on Saturday September 19th. Friday September 18th admission prices will be: Adults / Seniors (60+) / Military / Students (11-17) – $15 and Children 10 and under free with paying adult. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening at 5pm. On track action will begin at 6:30pm with hot laps. Saturday September 19th admission will be: Adults – $25, Seniors (60+) – $25, Military (active or retired w/I.D.) – $15, Students (11-17) – $10 and Children 10 and under free with paying adult. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening 5pm. On track action will begin at 6:30pm with modified hot laps and qualifying. Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vamotorspeedway and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/vamotorspeedway for the latest news and results. ABOUT VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY: Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. ABOUT JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT: James River Equipment is your full-service equipment and tractor dealership dedicated to the needs of our agriculture, construction, forestry, commercial and residential customers in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Our services include equipment sales, parts, service and rentals. With 30 full service locations and over 100 field service vehicles, we stand ready for when you need us to keep you up and running! For dealer locations and equipment info visit www.jamesriverequipment.com. To learn more about Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway and the Fastrak World Championship presented by James River Equipment fans may call the Speedway office at (804) 758-1VMS or visit the track’s web site at www.vamotorspeedway.com....

Saturday ATV 4-Wheeler Accident Update: Crew Member OK and Back Home

Saturday ATV 4-Wheeler Accident Update: Crew Member OK and Back Home

Jamaica, VA — Officials at Virginia Motor Speedway are happy to announce that Brandon Parris, the crew member injured in the ATV accident on Saturday night, is doing very well and back home in South Carolina. Parris was released from VCU Medical Center on Sunday October 5th at 2pm. He suffered a fractured shoulder and some cuts and bruises. We would like to thank the entire safety staff, Mattaponi Rescue Squad, Life Evac and the staff at VMS Medical Center for the outstanding job done. We would also like to thank the fans in attendance for their patience and respect to the situation during the time we were attending to the crew member....

Tim Dohm takes $20,000 Fastrak World Championship; Long dominates non-qualifier and Qaude takes Modified checkers

Tim Dohm takes $20,000 Fastrak World Championship; Long dominates non-qualifier and Qaude takes Modified checkers

Jamaica, VA – Tim Dohm of Charleston, WV battled with early race leader David Smith of Inman, SC side by side for 11 laps before finally taking the top spot on lap 27. Once out front Dohm survived several cautions with Jonathan Davenport behind him trying to get by for the lead. Dohm went on to take the $20,000 Fastrak World Championship by almost 3 seconds. “I’ve won some $10,000 to win races but this is amazing, the biggest win of my career,” commented an elated Dohm. “The car was just amazing, I could take it anywhere on the racetrack,” added Dohm. Rounding out the top five were twentieth starting Jonathan Davenport, Max Blair, Jimmy Shiltz and Rick Williams. B-Main wins went to Tyler Hersey, Johnathan Davenport and Kyle Thomas. Heat race winners on Friday night were Colby Cannon, Walker Arthur, David Smith, Chris Meadows, Jimmy Shiltz and Tim Dohm. In other action Matt Long of Concord, NC led flag to flag to win the Engine Builders Non-Qualifier 25 lap race and Matt Quade picked up the win in $2000 to win 30 lap Safety-Kleen Modified Rumble on the River. Colby Cannon and Walker Arthur led the 26 car field to green with Arthur taking the lead out of turn 2. On a restart on lap 3 Smith swept the outside of Arthur out of turn 4 to take the lead. Smith led the next 11 laps unchallenged, on lap 15 that all changed. Tim Dohm went to work on the outside as Smith worked the cushion. For the next 11 laps the two raced side by side with Smith holding on to the lead each time until lap 26 when Dohm finally got by for good out of turn 2. The driver on the move was twentieth starting Jonathan Davenport who woked his way to second by lap 32. On lap 34 he finally got by Smith for the spot with Corey Gordon following to third. On with twenty laps to go Dohm had stretched the lead to a full straight over the Davenport and Gordon battle. Gordon took second away on lap 50 while Dohm got slowed by a four wide battle in the back. Gordon gave up second on lap 52 when he came to stop with a flat left rear tire. On the final restart Davenport gave it one more shot but Dohm pulled away out of turn 2 and on to the $20,000 victory. Rounding out the top five were twentieth starting Jonathan Davenport, Max Blair, Jimmy Shiltz and Rick Williams. In the 25 lap Engine Builder Non-Qualifer race Joe Cox and Matt Long led the field to green with Long taking the lead out of turn 2. Once out front Long put it on cruise control while they battled for second behind him. Cox, Kenny Peebles and Josh Holtgraver all took turns at trying to run down Long for the lead in the caution filled event. Long went on in dominating fashion, never being challenged to pick up the $1500 win. In the Budweiser Modified $2000 to win Safety-Kleen Modified Rumble on the River 30 Matt Quade took the lead on lap 10 and never looked back and went on to collect the win. Bret Hamilton and Mike Reynolds led the field to green with Hamilton taking control of the lead out of turn 2. Hamilton paced the field until lap 9 when Quade dove under him in turn 2 to take the lead. Once out front Quade began to pull away from the battle for second. Joey Polevoy drove under Hamilton in turn one on lap 18 to take over second. A caution on lap 28 set up a green, white, checker finish. On the final restart Qaude pulled away and went on to the $2000 win. Rounding out the top five were Polevoy, Hamilton, Chris Arnold and Josh Harris. Matt Qaude also set a new division track record in qualifying with a lap of 18.901 seconds. The speedway will now switch gears and host the 10th Annual Down and Dirty Run-A-Muck Mud Bog and Mud sling presented by James River Equipment, RedNex Sporting Goods and the Virginia Army National Guard on Saturday October 11th. Information on the event can be found at www.thepitatvms.com. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2014 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223 RACE RESULTS FOR NIGHT 3 OF FASTRAK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP presented by SAFETY-KLEEN, SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 2014: Fastrak World Championship Pro Late Model 60 Lap A-Main: 1. Tim Dohm, 2. Jonathon Davenport, 3. 111 Max Blair, 4. Jimmy Schiltz, 5. .Rick Williams, 6. Daniel Baggerly, 7. Tyler Hershey, 8. Corey Gordon, 9. David Smith, 10. Matthew Nance, 11. Damian Bidwell, 12. Mark Parks, 13. Henry Hornsby III, 14. Dennis Lunger Jr., 15. Bobby Thompson, 16. Joe Martin, 17. Joe Ender, 18. Lee Cooper, 19. Steve Cooke, 20. Kyle Thomas, 21. Walker Arthur, 22. Colby Cannon, 23. Chris Meadows, 24. Tyler Bare, 25. Andrew Satterlee, 26. Taylor Hicks Engine Builders Non-Qualifier Challenge (25 laps): 1. Matt Long, 2. Kenny Pebbles, 3. Joe Cox, 4. Josh Holtgraver, 5. Davis Lipscombe, 6. Rick Solari, 7. David Puckett, 8. Ricky Wells, 9. Jimmy Duncan, 10. Joel Prosser, 11. Derek Rogers, 12. Corey Almond, 13. Corey Neal, 14. Brad Rigdon, 15. Parker Herring, 16. Chad Martin, 17. Robert Rohrer, 18. Neal Hudgins, 19. Ryan Montgomery. Budweiser Modifieds (30 laps): A Main:1. Matt Quade (Mechanicsville, MD), 2. Joey Polevoy (Powhatan, VA), 3. Bret Hamilton (Powhatan, VA), 4. Chris Arnold (Petersburg, VA), 5. Josh Harris (Gloucester, VA), 6. Stephen Quade (Mechanicsville, MD), 7. Lance Grady 11. Jeremy Biggers (Fredericksburg, VA), 12. Francis Jarrelle III (Chesterfield, VA), 13. BJ Mongold (Crimora, VA), 14. Tim Schulte (Troy, VA), 15. Brian Maxey (King George, VA), 16. Matt Marshall (Stuarts Draft, VA), 17. Mike Reynolds (Clements, MD), 18. Brent Bordeaux (Fredericksburg, VA), 19. Matt Ashworth (Mechanicsville, VA), 20. Craig Ramich (Fairfax, VA), 21. Aaron Harris (Richmond, VA), Fast Qualifier: Matt Quade – 18.901 seconds (NEW DIVISION TRACK RECORD)...

Cannon, Arthur, Smith, Meadows, Shiltz and Dohm heat wins lock them into $20,000 to win Fastrak World Championship

Cannon, Arthur, Smith, Meadows, Shiltz and Dohm heat wins lock them into $20,000 to win Fastrak World Championship

Jamaica, VA – Mother Nature did her best to disrupt night 2 of the $20,000 to win Fastrak World Championship but officials were able to get all six heat races in before rain suspended the $1000 winner take all “King of the Hill” race till after tonight’s events. In heat race action Colby Cannon, Walker Arthur, David Smith, Chris Meadows, Jimmy Shiltz and Tim Dohm picked up wins guaranteeing them a spot in tonight’s big $20,000 Fastrak World Championship finale. On heat race of note was heat race number three where Jonathan Davenport crossed the finish line as the winner only to not pass post-race inspection giving the win to 4-time Fastrak SE Touring Series Champion David Smith. In Fastrak World Championship qualifying David Smith set the overall fast time with an 18.604 second lap. That lap was just .005 of a second off the track record set this year by Daniel Baggerly. Tonight’s schedule of events for the Fastrak pro Late Model competitors will consist of hot laps, B-Mains and the 60 lap $20,000 to win feature. There will also be a $1500 to win Engine Builders non-qualifiers race that will start 24 cars. The remainder of the 25 lap “King of the Hill” feature will be run at the end of the program. It will pick up where it left off last night at lap 5. Joining the program tonight will be the track’s Budweiser Modified division for $2000 to win event. Fans will have a chance for a little Fastrak World Championship interaction with the Tire-X Pit Crew Challenge presented by the VA Army National Guard will being held under the main grandstands starting at 5pm. The fastest fan will win $250 and the fastest crew member will also win $250. The overall fastest will receive a huge trophy during opening race ceremonies. Admission for Saturday October 4th: Adults – $25, Seniors (60+) / Military – $20, Students (13-17) – $10 and Children 12 and under free with paying adult. Saturday pit passes are $30 and will also get you a seat in the grandstands. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening 5pm. On track action will begin at 6:30pm with modified hot laps and qualifying. To enhance the fans racing experience the speedway has installed a short wave FM transmitter and all of the evening’s action can be heard at 95.5 FM. So bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing all the action. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2014 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. RACE RESULTS FOR NIGHT 2 OF FASTRAK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP presented by SAFETY-KLEEN, FRIDAY OCTOBER 3, 2014: Fastrak World Championship (Pro Late Models 10/3/2014) Heat Race 1 (Top 3 Transfer):1. Colby Cannon (Hodgers, SC), 2. Henry Hornsby (Princeton, WV), 3. Bobby Thompson, 4. Tyler Hershey (Mercersburg, PA), 5. Teddy Tate (Rural Retreat, VA), 6. Josh Holtgraver (Pittsburg, PA), 7. Corey Neal, 8. Parker Herring (Toccoa, GA), 9. David Puckett (King George, VA), Heat Race 2 (Top 3 Transfer):1. Walker Arthur (Forest, VA), 2. Corey Gordan (Charlotte, NC), 3. Mark Parks (Forest, VA), 4. Matthew Nance (Hickory, NC), 5. Joe Cox (Beckley, WV), 6. Michael Lake (uniontown, PA), 7. Derek Rogers (Spelter, WV), 8. Robert Rohrer (Waterford, PA, ), 9. Rick Solari (Beaver, WV), Heat Race 3 (Top 3 Transfer):1. David Smith (Inman, SC), 2. Rick Williams, 3. Dennis Lunger Jr. (Albion, PA), 4. Damian Bidwell (Eldred, PA), 5. Christian Joyner, 6. Jimmy Duncan (Fredericksburg, VA), 7. Joel Prosser (New Martinsville, WV), 8. Brad Rigdon (Chesapeake, VA), DQ: Jonathan Davenport (Blairsville, NC), Heat Race 4 (Top 3 Transfer):1. Chris Meadows (Crab Orchard, WV), 2. Joe Martin (Mayport, PA), 3. Tyler Bare (Rockbridge Baths, VA), 4. Lee Cooper (Woodruff, SC), 5. Matt Long (Concord, NC), 6. Joe Ender (Glen Allen, VA), 7. Ryan Montgomery (Fairmont, WV), 8. Corey Almond (Appomattox, VA), 9. Jared Powell (Charlottesville, VA), Heat Race 5 (Top 3 Transfer):1. Jimmy Shiltz (Hickory, NC), 2. Max Blair (Centerville, PA), 3. Steve Cooke (Mount Airy, NC), 4. Jordan Dill (Landrum, SC), 5. Nick Dohm (Charleston, WV), 6. Davis Lipscombe (Mechanicsville, VA), 7. Lance Reynolds (Max meadows, VA), 8. Chad Martin (Gloucester, VA), Heat Race 6 (Top 3 Transfer):1. Tim Dohm (Charleston, WV), 2. Daniel Baggerly (Rural Retreat, VA), 3. Taylor Hicks (Gaffney, SC), 4. Kyle Thomas (Pennsboro, WV), 5. Kenny Pepples (Rural Retreat, VA), 6. Ricky Wells, 7. Andrew Satterlee (Rochester Mills, PA), 8. Neal Hudgins (Grimstead, VA), Feature Line-up (Top 18 Locked in): Row 1: 2 Colby Cannon 87 Walker Arthur Row 2: 71 David Smith 33 Chris Meadows Row 3: 24 Jimmy Shiltz A1 Tim Dohm Row 4: 39 Henry Hornsby 23 Corey Gordon Row 5: 12 Rick Williams 55M Joe Morgan Row 6: 111 Max Blair 16 Daniel Baggerly Row 7: 51 Bobby Thompson 1P Mark Parks Row 8: 71L Dennis Lunger Jr. 30 Tyler Bare Row 9: 17c Steve Cooke 4 Taylor Hicks B Main 1 Line Up (Top 2 transfer): Row 1: A14 Tyler Hersey 24 Matthew Nance Row 2: 99T Teddy Tate 41 Joe Cox Row 3: 00 Josh Holtgraver 27 Michael Lake Row 4: 1 Corey Neal 23R Derek Rogers Row 5: 17 Parker Herring 11 Bobby Rohrer Row 6: 99 Rick Solari 19 David Puckett B Main 2 Line Up (Top 2 transfer): Row 1: 17 B Damian Bidwell 57c Lee Cooper Row 2: C9 Chris Joyner 25 Matt Long Row 3: 55 Jimmy Duncan 5 Joe Ender Row 4: 77 Joel Prosser 12M Ryan Montgomery Row 5: 09 Brad Rigdon 7 Corey Almond Row 6: 2* Jared Powell 49 Jonathan Davenport B Main 3 Line Up (Top 2 transfer): Row 1: 22 Jordan Dill 57 Kyle Thomas Row 2: 115 Nick Dohm K22 Kenny Peebles Row 3: 71 Davis Lipscombe 12W Ricky Wells Row 4: 14 Lance Reynolds 2s Andrew Saterlee Row 5: 34 Chad Martin 1H Neal Hudgins...

Speedway kicks off Fastrak World Championship with phenomenal practice

Speedway kicks off Fastrak World Championship with phenomenal practice

Jamaica, VA – The best Pro Late Model drivers in the country converged on Virginia Motor Speedway for the kick-off of the $20,000 to win Fastrak World Championship presented by Safety-Kleen. With the biggest field of the year on hand just to practice on the ½ mile speed plant, the excitement level is at a fever pitch. “The Super Bowl of PRO Late Model Racing” will pay out over $150,000+ in the two days of racing with a cool $20,000 going to the winner. Teams from Indiana, New York, West Virginia, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina, Ohio and Kentucky are about to undertake the most exciting race of their career. Night one consisted of an open practice for the fifty-two competitors on hand and went extremely well and smooth. The majority of the FASTRAK competitors used the time to shake down their cars and to figure out the unique configuration of the immaculate facility. “I am thrilled with the turnout for a Thursday to kick things off for FASTRAK’S first visit to Jamaica, VA,” exclaimed FASTRAK Founder Stan Lester. “Just seeing the eyes and reaction of the FASTRAK competitors, families and crews in “awe” of how magnificent Virginia Motor Speedway is was worth it to me, car count is fantastic for mid-week and will continue to get larger before we crown someone the 2014 Fastrak World Champion,” concluded Lester. FASTRAK and Virginia Motor Speedway officials were thrilled with how practice went. The cars picked up speeds and got “faster and faster” as the night went on. An unofficial track record was run during practice and has everyone hyped about Friday’s qualifying and heat races. Friday October 3 racing will include hot laps, qualifying and heats for the Fastrak Pro Late Model competitors and also feature a $1000 to win “winner take all” King of the Hill race. Friday October 3rd admission prices will be: Adults – $15, Seniors (60+) / Military – $12, Students (13-17) – $10 and Children 12 and under free with paying adult. Competitor gates will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening at 6pm. On track action will begin at 7pm with hot laps. If you can’t make it to the Virginia Motor Speedway in person then check out the XSAN Pay Per View at www.xsan.tv. Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vamotorspeedway and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/vamotorspeedway for the latest news and results. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. To learn more about Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway and the Fastrak World Championship fans may call the Speedway office at (804) 758-1VMS or visit the track’s web site at www.vamotorspeedway.com....

TireX of Richmond to sponsor Pit Crew Challenge at Fastrak World Championships; Cecil B, Arthur Beef Farm to sponsor Pit Crew Cook-off

TireX of Richmond to sponsor Pit Crew Challenge at Fastrak World Championships; Cecil B, Arthur Beef Farm to sponsor Pit Crew Cook-off

Jamaica, VA – Officials of Virginia Motor Speedway are proud to announce that TireX, Inc has signed on to be the “Title Sponsor” of the 1st Annual Pit Crew Challenge presented by Virginia Army National Guard during the Saturday October 4th festivities for the $20,000 to win Fastrak World Championship and Cecil B. Arthur Beef Farm has signed on to be “Title Sponsor” of the Pit Crew Cook-off on Thursday night October 2nd. On Thursday night October 2nd after open practice the track will host the very popular Cecil B. Arthur Beef Farm “Pit Crew Cook Off”. This gives the crews a chance to be the stars for a change. The driver will serve the food his crew grills that evening to the Official taste testers (yet to be named). The winning crew will take home $250. Last year a crew from out of the North won the cook-off. On Saturday October 4th during pre-race festivities the Tire-X Pit Crew Challenge will be a tire changing event first for the crews (fastest crew member getting $250), and then for the fans (fastest fan getting $250). The winners in each category will then go up against each other for the big trophy and bragging rights. For information on this weekend’s Fastrak World Championship visit www.vamotorspeedway.com. ABOUT TireX Inc.: Tire X Inc is a comprehensive Tire Store and Automotive Service Center in Richmond, Virginia. The Tire X Inc philosophy is simple: “We always deliver, and we always exceed customer expectations”. Tire X Inc is “What a Tire Experience Should Be”. With brand name tires like Michelin, Bridgestone, Firestone, BFGoodrich, Uniroyal, Dunlop, Cooper, Goodyear, they know you’ll find what you need. Tire X Inc has built a reputation on years of quality, affordable automotive service work and tires. Their service department specializes in oil changes, tune-ups, tire balancing, tire repair and more. They are well known for their customer satisfaction and great service! For more information on TireX visit their website at www.tirexrichmond.com or “Like” them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Tirex/124501230974762....

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