SECA Set To Partner With Cleveland County Speedway

We are proud to announce that Cleveland County Speedway will now race under SECA sanction for their crate late model events.

This means beginning immediately, SECA drivers can now count their races at Cleveland County Speedway toward their City Chevrolet Weekly Championship points with the possibility of winning their share of the $18,500 points fund, which $7,500 will go to the champion. Cleveland County crate late models will also be racing under the rules of SECA.

"It is pretty much a historical day here in the Carolinas, the majority of our local race tracks are racing on pretty much the same tires. We believe this will help promoters when trying to advertise races and entice drivers to come participate at their venue. Cleveland County is a Friday night track, and we have continued our search non stop for a place our member drivers could race and collect points on Friday nights." Marion Limbaugh SECA Co-Owner

Tami Mullis who is the promoter and Cleveland County Speedway and oversees the day to day operations added "I am excited about moving forward with CCS and SECA. With all the changes taking place here over the last two weeks with management, it is nice to know that our crate program is now inline with other race tracks in our local area. We pay a really good purse, we always try to run a tight ship, but we were just a little off track, and this is just our first steps to change that. I would love to see one of our weekly guys pick up the SECA weekly championship.

Drivers at CCS will have a grace period of three weeks and be allowed to run the FT200 and FT400 Hoosier tires. Once that period is complete drivers must then begin to run the Hoosier HTS 1350, HTS 1600 (Crate 21, Crate 55 ok)

TJ's Motorsports is the official tire dealer for Cleveland County Speedway, and they have the Hoosier HTS tires in stock.

"Everyone with SECA and everyone at Cleveland County have always had a great relationship; we always communicate well with that team, their local sponsors. I am beyond stoked as our drivers get another home track to race at with the chance to win tour style money just for racing at home, and sleeping in their own bed after the races. I can say honestly say this, I think crate racing here in the South East is about to get serious. GM has busted their tails and provided us all new valve springs to help the cost of racing and Chris Knight and City Chevrolet continue to beat the bushes and shake the trees looking at the next ideas to continue to grow crate racing in our area." Added Timmy Mcabee SECA Co-Owner

CCS is located at 248 Old Stage Coach Road

For more information on Cleveland County Speedway please contact Tami Mullis


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Partners of SECA include: City Chevrolet, Hoosier Racing Tires, Ivey Construction, The Wholesale Outlet of Greer,, Heintz Performance, Ellison Racing Engines, Kenny Lamb Racing Engines, Carolina Racing Supply,Big A's Custom Graphics, Thomas Clarke Performance