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#1 Benny K

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Posted 28 October 2019 - 08:03 AM

If you are looking for a racing trip without heading all of the way to Charlotte the Mid Atlantic Championships are this weekend at Georgetown Speedway in Georgetown, DE. 6 hours 20 minutes from Lernerville parking lot to Georgetown parking lot (with a stop) as I have made the trip. 

 

Friday 

Small Block Mods 5,000 to win

Rush Late Models 1,000 to win

Heats for Big Blocks & Super Late Models

Chargers (F WD 4 cylinders)

Trucks (4 cylinder)

 

Saturday 

Short Tracks Super Series South Region Finale Mods 7,000 to win 

Super Late Models 7,000 to win

Crate Sportsman 1,500 to win 

305 Sprints 

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Little Lincoln (classic 50's and 60's style cars)




 

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Posted 28 October 2019 - 09:28 PM

If you are looking for a racing trip without heading all of the way to Charlotte the Mid Atlantic Championships are this weekend at Georgetown Speedway in Georgetown, DE. 6 hours 20 minutes from Lernerville parking lot to Georgetown parking lot (with a stop) as I have made the trip. 

 

Friday 

Small Block Mods 5,000 to win

Rush Late Models 1,000 to win

Heats for Big Blocks & Super Late Models

Chargers (F WD 4 cylinders)

Trucks (4 cylinder)

 

Saturday 

Short Tracks Super Series South Region Finale Mods 7,000 to win 

Super Late Models 7,000 to win

Crate Sportsman 1,500 to win 

305 Sprints 

Vintage

Little Lincoln (classic 50's and 60's style cars)

Just a question....    But isn't Charlotte about the same distance from PITT??   Two decent choices anyway....



#3 Benny K

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Posted 29 October 2019 - 06:25 AM

The GPS always says 5:45 mins from Georgetown to Pittsburgh, its 7 and change to charlotte. They are on different weekends. 



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Posted 30 October 2019 - 03:03 PM

Just a question....    But isn't Charlotte about the same distance from PITT??   Two decent choices anyway....

 

I drove to Charlotte this summer, and it took around 8 hours with a stop for lunch.  It was raining and the traffic on 77 in NC was horrendous due to construction.  Charlotte is close to 100 miles farther than Georgetown.


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Posted 31 October 2019 - 09:06 AM

I did the Charlotte World Finals trip for 10 years.  8 hours from Butler with a couple stops.  But yes, the Charlotte construction is a pain.  Was under construction for all of the 10 years I went.  



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Posted 31 October 2019 - 11:40 AM

The GPS always says 5:45 mins from Georgetown to Pittsburgh, its 7 and change to charlotte. They are on different weekends.

The Dirt Short track Championships are at Charlotte this weekend, the WOo World finals are next weekend.

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Posted 02 November 2019 - 02:18 AM

Billy Pauch Jr wins Small Blocks on night 1 over Larry Wight, Stewart Friesen, Jeff Strunk & Ryan Watt. 34 Small Blocks

Matt Hill won Rush Lates over Joe Warren, Ross Robinson, Amanda Whaley and David Pettyjohn. 24 cars

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Posted 03 November 2019 - 09:41 AM

Jordan Watson defended the home turf to win Saturday night over Mike Gular & Rick Laubach.. Matt Sheppard finished in the top 10 and it was enough to win the short track super series south region points. Also won the north region and american racer cup which makes him the grand champion and he makes 57,000 dollars just on American Racers and he has super dirt car to go for at World Finals.
Ross Robinson won Super Lates over Amanda Whaley and Trevor Feathers.




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