posted February 11, 2001 12:12 PM
WALL STADIUM OVAL TRACK MALL SHOW LIVES ON!
MOVES TO OCEAN COUNTY MALL IN TOMS RIVER MARCH 9 - 11
TOMS RIVER, N.J. ~ The annual Wall Stadium oval track race car expo lives on!
After debuting the best that the Coors Light/NAPA Auto Parts Racing
Series has to offer
late each winter at the Seaview Square Mall in Ocean Township for the past
nine years, the annual
"Race Car Expo" has found a new home at the Ocean County Mall in Toms River,
Seaview Square Mall is undergoing a massive renovation, making the move
The Neptune Research and Development sponsored gathering, which is set
Saturday and Sunday, March 9, 10 and 11, will feature over 40 of the best
professional race car
drivers and cars from Wall Stadium during regular mall hours. There is no
admission charge for
Racing collectible venders will also be an important part of the show.
Some of the speedway's most successful race teams will be at center court
the mall as they display their entries for the 2001 racing series.
Manahawkin's Dave Michel, the
defending Neptune Research and Development Modified driving champion, is
working hard to be
present with his No. 60 in center court, as is 2000 Pro Stock driving
champion Rob Williams of
Farmingdale. Truck Series champion Tim Buckley and Legend Cars champ Tim
Henry have also
indicated that they will display their new creations. All six champions have
been invited to fill
center court spots.
As always, the beautifully restored stock cars of the Garden State
Vintage Stock Car Club
will be a major attraction of the show and drivers and cars from the Three
Quarter Midgets will
also be on-hand.
In all, over 40 oval track racing vehicles will be on display. The show
will also feature
several race cars from the Garden State Quarter Midget Racing Club. Hoosier
Tire East will again
present best of show awards to be determined by mall merchants.
For information on the Ocean County Mall Race Car Expo call Jeff Gravatt
Promotions at 732-458-7794 or visit the Wall Stadium website at www.wallstadium.com. The
Seaview Square Mall, which is open seven days a week, is located on Hooper
Ave in Toms River,
WALL STADIUM RACERS WILL TEST HIGH BANKED OVAL FOR FIRST TIME IN
2001 ON MARCH 17 AND 24
WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. ~ The Wall Stadium cars and stars will get their first
test for the fast approaching NAPA Auto Parts/Coors Light Racing Series
season on Saturday
afternoon, March 17, from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. More testing time will
then be offered
competitors on Saturday afternoon, March 24, during the same hours. Although
will be open so that fans can witness the testing free of charge, both dates
will be paid testing
sessions for competitors.
On March 31, both fans and competitors will get a chance to test their
free of charge in the annual Open House Testing Session. The four hour
session is slated for noon
with a rain date of the following day. The speedway office will be open on
all three dates so that
race team members can secure their 2001 competitor licenses and beat the
opening night rush.
The track office will also be open evenings with competitor licenses
available in March.
With four stock car divisions, the TQ Midgets, plus the Truck Series, in
action, and close
to $50,000 in point fund money posted, 2001 promises to be one of the most
exciting seasons in
Wall Stadium's 52 year history. Officials are now busy preparing for the 2001
Auto Parts Racing Series which begins on April 7 at 7:00 p.m. with the first
of weekly Saturday
night stock car races.
For information call 732-681-6400 or visit the speedway website at www.wallstadium.com.