Busy Month of April Set to Kick Off Historic Season at the Bullring


Busy Month of April Set to Kick Off Historic Season at the Bullring

Struggling to get thru a rugged month of March and trying to shake old man winter, race fans will soon be donning their favorite racing tee’s, stocking the cooler and heading to the ‘Bullring’ for another summer of hardcore dirt track racing. The Hometown Racing Association, promoters of the Tyler County Speedway have a busy month of April in store as the 2018 season gets underway in earnest.

An early season track favorite event will kick start the month of April as the 30th Annual Earl Hill Memorial paying $5,000 to win for Super Late Models takes the green on April 7th. The 30th edition of the speedway classic will roll out the carpet to regional race teams as the co-sanctioned event will parlay the talents of drivers from both the Ultimate North East and the Ultimate Mid-Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series. An over $20,000 purse will be on the line as we pay homage to the best-ever to circle the ‘Bullring’, in the late Earl Hill. The renowned racer spiriting the handle bar moustache and vintage red polka dot cap will be looking down as the Tyler County Speedway honors his legacy once again.

Making the popular return to the ‘Bullring’ on Saturday Night, April 14th will be the ground pounding BRP Big Block Modified Tour. Always an awesome show as the Pennsylvania based series rolls into the Middlebourne ‘Bullring’ as the Modified Tour will kick off their 2018 season in the Mountain State. Previous winners of the BRP Modified Tour at Tyler County include Kevin Bolland, Brian Swartzlander, Rex King Jr, and last years winner Erick Rudolph who would go onto dominate the season and claim the 2017 Championship. An April 21st raindate is scheduled for the BRP Modified Tour.

Join us Saturday Night, April 21st as we present Bridgeport Equipment Night. Long time supporters of the Tyler County Speedway, Bridgeport Equipment is your one stop equipment and rental company with ten convenient locations throughout the region. Also on the card will be qualifier #1 for the EDGE Workin’ Man World Championship for the Sigler Fabrication EDGE Hotmods presented by Poske Performance Parts and a ‘Gold Rush’ for the kids.

The Tyler County Speedway will put a wrap on the month of April with ‘Meet Your Heroes Selfie Night’ on Saturday, April 28th. Race fans young and old are encouraged to head trackside for Autograph Night. A great opportunity to get up close and personal with all your racing heroes and be sure to get the ‘Selfie of the Night’ while on the track and share to the tracks Facebook page. Plus the Sport Compacts Full Throttle Series event #1 paying $300 to win will rock n’ roll around the ‘Bullring’

Tyler County Speedway is located 3 ½ miles south of Middlebourne, WV on State Route 18 at the Tyler County Fairgrounds approximately an hour from Wheeling, Clarksburg & Parkersburg. Featuring a spacious scenic campground along the Middle Island Creek with hookups, shelters, playgrounds, shower and bathroom facilities among other amenities to enhance the racing experience at West Virginia’s premier venue for motorsports.

For complete Tyler County Speedway event information, news stories, ticket info and schedule information for the season, visit www.tylercountyspeedwayonline.com or call the track at 304-771-5661 or 304-771-6874 or on Raceday at 304-758-2660.

In addition, fans can get social with Tyler County Speedway by following @The_Bullring on Twitter and clicking ‘Like’ at www.facebook.com/thebullringwv/.