Turn Back the Clock Night up Next at the Bullring

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Bring General Admission armband back from last week, get in for just $5!  

(Middlebourne, WV)  As the summer season heads into high gear, the Tyler County Speedway will look to follow up last week’s very successful ‘Pack the Track Night’ with another fan friendly event billed as ‘Turn Back the Clock’ Night.  In celebration of the speedway’s 40th Anniversary season, the Hometown Racing Association is turning back the clock by offering $1 hot dogs and .50 cent popcorn specials at the ‘Bullring Bistro’, while also inviting all fans born in 1974 FREE admission (ID required).

Also as part of last week’s awesome turnout, speedway promoter John Watson made the announcement to all fans in attendance, just bring back your armband from Pack the Track Night and get in for just $5 bucks!  It’s all part of a season long effort to show fans that there’s never been a better time to be a Tyler County Speedway fan as we celebrate forty years of continuous operation.

The region’s most fan friendly ‘action packed’ race track continues to hold the line against rising costs by offering the areas lowest prices, while managing to provide fans of all ages the most exciting and diverse schedule in the Tri-State area.

“It’s just our way of saying thanks in these tough economic times and give our fans some breaks this season, while also showcasing the ‘Bullring’ experience to many new fans,” stated a Hometown Racing spokesman.  “We take great pride in knowing Tyler County Speedway is an affordable place to have a great time with friends and family.  We think it’s very important to give back to the fans who have continued to support the Tyler County Speedway over the years and help make it the coolest Saturday Night destination in the area.”

What’s on tap this week at the regions most fan friendly facility?  It’s Turn Back the Clock Night featuring something for everybody! 

-      Bring general admission armband back from Saturday, June 7th get in for $5 bucks!

-      Enjoy $1 dogs and .50 cent popcorn at the ‘Bullring Bistro’!

-      FREE General Admission if born in 1974 (ID required)

-      Mid Season Championship (Double Points)

-      As an added bonus FASTRAK Late Model, Modlite & Hotmod ‘King of the Kounty’ event

-      Plus Kids Games & Bullring Birthday Party for the Kids Club prior to racing!

As we head into the mid-point of the season, several heated point battles are taking shape making the second half of the season quite intriguing.  Forty year veteran of the ‘Bullring’ Butch McGill looks poised for yet another championship in the J&R Excavating Super Late Model division presented by Midcap Land and Timber.  A very competitive Peoples Bank FASTRAK Late Model division has defending champ Kyle Thomas leading the pack hotly followed by Derek Rogers and Robbie Scott.  Modified Hall of Famer Mike ‘Bird’ Wilson looks headed for another championship at Tyler County to add to his illustrious modified resume.  A tight battle rages in the Modlite division with Brandon Fluharty leading Mitch Ward and Jeff Fornash.  In the Hotmod division it’s defending title holder Chad Smith clinging to the top with a host of others close by.  Donnie Wamsley and Bill Tennant are slugging it out in the FWD 4 Cylinder division while Kylie Cross and Brady Reed are in a dogfight for the JJK Mineral MWRA Mini Wedge crown.  This Saturday Night will be crucial in determining 2014 track championships as its Mid-Season Championship with double points on the line.

A special thanks goes out to ALL the drivers of the ‘Bullring’ who were very instrumental last week in spreading the word about ‘Pack the Track’ Night.  Those earning pole positions for their respective divisions last week by virtue of bringing the most fans to the speedway were:

Paul Wilmoth Jr.- Super Late

Ryan Payne- FASTRAK

Mark Dickson- Modified

Stevi Magyar- Hotmod

Tom Keplinger- Modlite

Donnie Wamsley-4 Cylinder

Kylie Cross- MWRA Mini Wedge

About the Tyler County Speedway: Located in the scenic WV hills, the Tyler County Speedway is located just 4 miles south of Middlebourne, on State Route 18 at the Fairgrounds approximately an hour from Wheeling, Clarksburg & Parkersburg. Tyler County Speedway is considered by fans, drivers and industry insiders to be one of the raciest tracks in the nation and has been dubbed the ‘Bullring’ with three and four wide racing action being the norm not the exception.

Tyler County Speedway annually hosts some of the largest and most popular events in the Ohio Valley region! National and regional touring series such as the World of Outlaw Late Model Series, Renegades of Dirt Modified Tour, FASTRAK Racing Series and much more appear frequently. In addition to the incredible Special Event lineup, the Tyler County Speedway Weekly Racing Series consists of the Super Late Models, FASTRAK Late Models, Open Wheel Modifieds, Hotmods, ModLites, FWD 4 Cylinders and MWRA Mini Wedges on Saturday Nights April thru September. For additional information regarding the 40th Anniversary Season at the Tyler County Speedway follow us online at www.tylercountyspeedwayonline.com, phone the track office at 304-771-6874 or 304-771-5661 or on raceday at 304-758-2660. 

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