RACING RESUMES WED. SEPT. 15 AT THUNDERHILL RACEWAY FOR DAY #2 OF THE FALL CLASSIC INCLUDING THE TRAILER RACE OF DESTRUCTION

Posted under News on September 13th, 2010

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) September 13 – Racing will resume for day number 2 of the Fall Classic at Prestige Yacht Coatings ThunderHill Raceway on Wednesday, September 15. The night will be brought to you by Metals America, Tri County Heating, Full Force Archery and Butches Auto.

The nightly event will kick off at 6pm. All divisions still have 10 feature spots available, with the Street Stocks still having 14 spots open. Last Chance Qualifiers will start the night with the Modifieds, Stock Cars, Northern Sport Mods, Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks and 4 cylinders, followed by the event’s feature races. Line-ups established Friday night for the qualified cars will carry forward to Wednesday. Teams not in attendance Friday will be able to run the Last Chance Qualifiers.

Modifieds will be racing for $1000 to win, Stock Cars $700, Sport Mods $700, Street Stocks & Hobby Stocks $400 and 4-Cylinders $150. Payout based on 25 mods, 30 stocks, 30 sport mods, 25 streets, 22 hobbies and 20 4cyl. Wednesday nights events will be capped off with a $250 to win Trailer Race of Destruction. The Fastrak Late Models will not run Wednesday due to scheduling conflicts.

“The reason we chose Wednesday, is due to the track already being used on Sunday” Stated Track Promoter Bryan “Woody” Wodack; “With rescheduling the goal is to make it the most convenient for everyone, most fans and drivers are used to racing Wednesday nights at 141 Speedway and with 141 not running this week it’s the best we could do.” “It will still allow drivers and crews to get their cars ready for Luxemburg this weekend.”

Dan Lewis will have a full variety of photos on hand including 8×10 Fall Classic Portraits and Special Fall Classic Apparel inside the souvenir trailer.

Grandstand admission will be Adults $12, Senior Citizens and Students (13-16) $10, Kids (6-12) $3, Kids 5 & Under Free both nights.

Pit passes will be $30 for crew members and $50 for drivers. (Driver entry fees not included in pit pass) Entry fees per division: Mods $25, Stock Cars $20, Sport Mod, Street Stock and Hobby Stock $15. Pit gates open at 3:30pm, racing starts at 6:00pm (You must have your wristband to enter, NO EXCEPTIONS.)

Thunderhill is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay’s east side. IMCA style modifieds, stock cars, hobby stocks, northern sport mods, street stocks & 4 cylinders in action. . For more information, visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com You can also follow ThunderHill Raceway on Facebook and Twitter.

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