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« on: August 09, 2013, 01:22:01 pm »

Due to the overwhelming amount of rain and the flooding and then the forcast for more tonight and tomorrow with flooding conditions we have no choice but to call the race for tomorrow!!! I am sorry but as it sits now its a swamp.
Next race is below along with remaining schedule and one add on with more info to come on that race.
August 24th Carbon Hill Tech n Reg 2am - Driver Meeting 4 - Practice 5pm - racing 6pm

Sept 7th EC Distributing, Dickson Tn Tech n Reg 10am - Driver Meeting 11:30 OPEN Practice 11:45 -Race 1pm
Sept. 21st North Alabama State Fair Tech n Reg 2am - Driver Meeting 4 - Practice 5pm - racing 6pm

Oct. 12th Stevenson Ala. Tech n Reg 10am - Driver Meeting 12 - Practice 12:30 - racing 1pm Season FINAL

Clinton Tn (Anderson Co fair) address is 218 Nave St Clinton Tn All times are eastern standard times meaning they are 1 hour ahead of us

Nov. 1, 2, 3rd Stevenson Ala. ALL AMERICAN
Friday 1st, Practice if track and weather permits
Saturday 2nd Qualifying and heats.
Sunday 3rd Feature events.

Nov. 16th Times to follow (all day event)
Carbon Hill First place trohies only for all classes. Cook out also and more details to follow.
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