Valdosta Daily Times

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November 14, 2013

Needmore Speedway prepares for Early Bird 75

NORMAN PARK — Needmore Speedway, located in Norman Park, is getting ready for 3 days of stock car racing including a special 75 lap Late Model feature on Sunday paying $10,000 to the winner.

The action starts Friday night with a full practice session for all cars, gates open at 4 p.m.

Saturday features qualifying races and races in all classes — Late Models, Limiteds, Super Streets, Hobbies, Enduros plus the open wheel modified Skeeter cars and Mini Stocks. Gates open earlier on Saturday, at noon, with racing getting underway at 3 p.m.

The track will open Sunday at 10 a.m. for the drivers and fans with a special church service at noon.

Sunday afternoon will be busy with more feature racing in all classes including consolation races for those drivers who did not make the field in qualifying. These start at 2 p.m.

The Late Model main event, 75 laps on the 3/8's mile oval will have the fastest 24 cars on the grid.

According to track promoters the $10,000 winners purse has peaked the interest of some real "hot-shoes" including Brandon Overton, Mark Whitener, Darrell Padget, Ivedent Lloyd, Shane Clanton, Jason Fitzgerald, Joe Armistead, to mention a few.

These drivers plus Needmore's regulars, Gene Ross, Lee Newsome, Lavon Sloan and the 2013 Needmore Speedway track champion Kelly Walker are all set to do some high octane racing for their share of the winners purse.

For more information about this weekend's race schedule go to deepdixieracing.com.

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