posted May 05, 2001 07:56 AM
Tyler County Speedway Ready for 3rd Annual Mountain Momma 100
(Middlebourne, WV) The new clay is on the track, fresh paint adorns the
facility and the welcome mat is in place for the finest drivers and fans in
the world, for the 3rd Annual Mountain Momma 100. The racing surface has
been extremely fast and competitive since the addition of the new clay. The
early season racing has been extraordinary. The new clay has produced high
speed side by side, wheel to wheel, nose to bumper action. The Mountain
Momma 100 weekend, May 12th and 13th promises to be the most action packed
event in its three-year history. The 3rd Annual Mountain Momma 100 is truly
a "must see" for every race fan.
To add to the excitement, Tyler County Speedway officials have made the
Mountain Momma 100 a qualifying event for the 2001 Hillbilly 100 on Labor
Day weekend and the Dirt Track World Championship on October 20th and 21st.
In addition, the Steel Block Late Models will have their shot at qualifying
for the Mountain Momma 100 and the Hillbilly 50 on Labor Day weekend.
The Super Late Model winner or highest finisher in the Mountain Momma 100
who fails to qualify in either the Hillbilly 100 or the DTWC will be added
to the starting field in each of these prestigious events. Traditionally
the Hillbilly 100 and the DTWC are two of the toughest races in the country
to earn a starting position. The opportunity to earn an automatic starting
position for these two Super Late Model major events is extremely valuable
and will attract the best in the Super Late Model racing.
The Mountain Momma racing program starts on Saturday May 12th with gates
opening at Noon and Hot Laps scheduled for 6:15pm. A full racing program is
scheduled for the Steel Block Late Models.
The Steel Blocks will qualify, run heats and consolation races. The AMRA
"Road Warrior Tour" Modifieds, Street Stocks and the Pure Stocks will run
heats and consolation races. The grand finale on Saturday will be the
$2,000 to Win, 50 lap Feature for the Steel Block Late Models.
On Sunday May 13th the gates open at Noon with Hot Laps scheduled for
2:00pm. The action heats up again
as the Super late Models invade the "Fastest ¼ mile Dirt Oval in the East."
Time trials, heats and consolation
races will make way for the 3rd Annual Mountain Momma 100 paying $10,000 to
win. The racing program
will reach its peak with the crowning of the 2001 Champion. In addition,
the AMRA "Road Warrior Tour" Modifieds and Street Stocks will be gunning for
the $1,000 winners check and the Pure Stocks set their sights
on the $500 to win top prize.
2-Day General Admission is $25, Sunday only General Admission is $20 and Pit
Passes are $35. General Admission for ages 6 to 12 is $5 and children under
6 are admitted FREE with a paying adult. Camping is available.
The entry fee for the Super late Models is $40. There is no entry fee for
the Steel Block Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks and Pure Stocks.
For additional information contact Scott Farley at 304-684-3866 (Day) or
304-652-1628 (Eve) or on raceday
at 304-758-2660. Contact via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tyler
County Speedway is located 4 miles South of Middlebourne, WV on State Route
Tyler County Speedway Special Event Media Contact: Doc Richard