EARLY ENTRY INCENTIVES ANNOUNCED FOR BRISTOL’S SHORT TRACK U.S. NATIONALSScott Menlen
Free Tires, Pit Passes Among Package Items for Lucky Early Entrants
Salem, IN (April 19, 2017) – Officials with the sanctioning bodies for the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway presented by Vore’s Welding announced today incentive programs for teams that enter their respective events by midnight Monday April 23rd. In the days following, early entry lists for the historic 2nd annual event will be published.
In an effort to have the most complete early entry list and help organizers prepare for the event logistically, organizers have posted the following packages to be awarded to a randomly drawn winner in each division from the teams pre-entered by the Monday April 23rd deadline.
One randomly drawn winner in each division will receive:
Complete Refund on their Bristol Entry Fee
2 Free Tires
2 Free Short Track U. S. Nationals Weekend Pit Passes
2 Weekend Ticket Packages to the August NASCAR Events
“It’s pretty simple,” according to Champion Racing Association’s R. J. Scott, “if you are going to be racing at Bristol, now is the time to get signed up and give yourself a chance to win one of the packages. Besides saving money on the reduced fees for early entry in most divisions, there’s no extra cost to give yourself a chance at winning a valuable prize package.”
The Short Track U.S. Nationals will again feature a Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS, The CARS Super Late Model Tour (CARS) and the Southern Super Series (SSS). Champion Racing Association will also oversee the action for the crate late model event with their JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance and the Street Stocks with their Lawrence Towing/CRA Street Stock Series. The CARS officials will oversee the Late Model Stock portion of the event with their CARS Late Model Stock Tour while compacts will be organized and overseen by the Vore’s Compact Touring Series. The open wheel modifieds will be sanctioned by the I-CAR All-Star Modified Tour.
Teams that still need to enter the event can do so at the following links:
Super Late Models
Pro/Crate Late Models
Late Model Stocks
The inaugural Short Track U.S. Nationals event featured nearly 350 cars on track and crowned 13 different winners, including current fulltime NASCAR Cup Series driver Darrell “Bubba” Wallace, Myatt Snider, Cole Williams and Chad Poole, among others.
Racers should follow the websites of the appropriate sanctioning bodies for more news and information. Fans can tune to BMS’ social channels and www.BristolMotorSpeedway.com for updates.