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SECA Teams Gear Up For Battle At Laurens County Speedway
 

Laurens County Speedway will play host to the 8th Heintz Performance SECA Bonus Race presented by JRi Shocks on Saturday July 9th. So far this season, no driver has been able to pull off multiple Bonus Race wins. Steve Banal, Ross Bailes, Trent Ivey, Banjo Duke, Furman Parton, Chris Hargett, and Frankie Beard have all found their way to victory lane. Tackling the high banks and tight corners of the historic South Carolina speedway will not be an easy task this weekend.

This will mark the 4th SECA Bonus Race at Laurens since 2013. “Those veterans at Laurens love their home track, they love the prestige, and they enjoy defending their home turf. Drivers like Dale Timms, Nick Deitz, Colby Cannon....they all cut their teeth racing there and I am sure they could do it with their eyes closed.

However, this season has seen quite a few first time Laurens County Speedway winners. "No matter what week it is, you have earned it if you can end up in victory lane there", declared SECA official Timmy Mcabee.

Under the management of the Nabors family, Laurens County Speedway continues its tradition in providing diehard race fans with weekly racing every Saturday night. Laurens is one of the few tracks in the Carolinas that provides racing in multiple late model classes each and every week.

“These corners are tight, it is definitely going to be hot off the track......and I expect that it will be hot on the track as well. Even though there have been seven different bonus race winners this season thus far, the local talent down that way is legit. The guys that we know will be there have either won at Laurens this year or won a Bonus Race. I am splitting hairs to guess if the streak continues on Saturday", Mcabee added.

Laurens hot shoe Dale Timms will lead the charge into Saturday’s event as he currently sits atop the City Chevrolet Weekly Championship Standings. Defending champion Trent Ivey is only 6 points back as $2000 awaits the driver that tames the 3/8 mile bullring.

For more information on Laurens County Speedway, please go to www.laurensspeedway.com

Partners of the South Eastern Crate Association include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tires, RockAuto.com, To the Point Embroidery, Heintz Performance, Ellison Racing Engines, Kenny Lamb Racing Engines, Big A's Custom Graphics, Thomas Clarke Performance, Velocita, G-engineering, Gable Automotive, Hendren Racing Engines, ARbodies, JRi Shocks, Renegade Racing Fuels, WP Shocks, FK Rod Ends, VP Racing Fuels, CrateInsider.com, Pro Power Performance, Bilstein Shocks, JRS Competition Finishes, Flag To Flag, & Ntense Graphics.

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Hartwell Prepares For SECA Late Model Invasion

With the battle for the 2016 City Chevrolet Weekly Championship presented by RockAuto.com heating up, South Eastern Crate Association late model teams are eyeing the northeast Georgia area as Hartwell Speedway plays host to Saturday’s Heintz Performance Bonus Race presented by JRi Shocks. This weekend’s $2000 To Win / $200 To Start event will be the 7th Bonus Race of the 2016 racing season.

6 different winners have emerged triumphant in the first 6 events so far in what has proved to be the most competitive season in SECA Late Model history. While many of the leaders in the championship standings are expected to tackle the 3/8 mile, several local and regional teams have their eye on the $2000 grand prize as well. This weekend’s showdown is currently the largest purse for crate late models at Hartwell Speedway this season as the driver roster for the event continues to grow.

“Hartwell has been a great track partner for our association”, stated SECA’s Timmy Mcabee. “Marty and Joyce provide a great racing and family atmosphere for their drivers and fans. I look forward to seeing the blend of local talent and traveling teams compete on Saturday”.

Will we see our first repeat winner in Bonus Race action this season or will another new face prevail and add another intriguing chapter to Hartwell’s history? For more information about Hartwell visit them online (hartwell-speedway.com), on Facebook (Hartwell Speedway), and follow them on Twitter (@HartRacing).

Partners of the South Eastern Crate Association include: City Chevrolet Performance, Hoosier Racing Tires, RockAuto.com, To the Point Embroidery, Heintz Performance, Ellison Racing Engines, Kenny Lamb Racing Engines, Big A's Custom Graphics, Thomas Clarke Performance, Velocita, G-engineering, Gable Automotive, Hendren Racing Engines, ARbodies, JRi Shocks, Renegade Racing Fuels, WP Shocks, FK Rod Ends, SRI Performance, CrateInsider.com, VP Racing Fuels, Pro Power Performance, Bilstein Shocks, VP Racing Fuels “The Official Racing Fuel of the South Eastern Crate Association”, JRS Competition Finishes, Flag To Flag, & Ntense Graphics.


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