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posted March 18, 2001 11:40 PM UIN: 16262997
March came in like a "lion" and hopefully will go out like a
"lamb"! "Quality in Motion" will again be produced weekly at Don Martin's
Lernerville Speedway beginning Friday, March 30, 2001 at 7:30PM sharp!
Lernerville continues to be the only track in the nation that provides the
Triangle Gasoline Sprints, Friedman's Supermarkets/Bi/Lo Foods Late Models
and the big block Ferrante Oldsmobile Modifieds on a weekly basis, plus the
ever popular Dingbats Restaurants' Pure Stocks all for only a $10 admission

New clay has been placed on the track, which will enhance the surface for
our excellent competitors to continue furnishing you with "action packed"
events at Lernerville. The track crew has been busy all winter. Additional
Musco lighting has been added, underground conduit is in place for the
electrical wires, new seating boards have replaced worn ones, and the section
of seating near turn one has been pulled back away from the front stretch

The sale of boxes, "Nights" at the speedway, season passes, "Pic-Fives", and
"Pic Tens" and group sales continues. If you need information about
advertising, call Phyllis at 724-353-1511.

The Highlands Mall car show was a big success. The #56 Spithaler Race
Team and #1 Cochran Automotive, under the direction of Jack Crowell, held a
raffle for Make-A-Wish. Over $700 was collected towards a "Wish." The cars
looked awesome. The six country bands had the place rocking. Watch out for
Highland's Jeff Bridges, who left for Nashville Saturday night after the mall
closed. I am sure that you will hear that name again.

The season's inaugural World of Outlaws Gumout Support Series Sprint Race
will be held at the Sarver oval, April 20. Competitors from many states will
converge to Lernerville. Who will be the first victor to collect the $5,000
prize in 2001?

See you at the "Action Track," Friday, March 30th as we race
document the first show of the year 2001, in the new millennium.
>From the track,

Carol Gamble
Publicity Director

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