Contingency Sponsors and Special Awards Headlines NAPA Super DIRT Week

Long List of Contingency Sponsors and Special Awards Headlines NAPA Super DIRT Week

CONCORD, NC — Sept. 28, 2017 — Just a couple short days, race teams across the Northeast and beyond will make their way onto the grounds of Oswego Speedway for the most anticipated event of the year, NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week. Winning payouts aside, drivers across four divisions will be looking to pad their pockets with cash and prizes from the long list of contingency and special award partners.

The NAPA Super DIRT Week Contingency Program continues to forge lasting partnerships throughout the dirt racing industry with high-quality brands. Competitors become eligible for contingency awards by displaying sponsor decals on their race cars. In some instances, use of a sponsor product is required.

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Invitational Practice at Oswego Speedway - Thursday, Sept. 28 from 5pm-9pm

NAPA Super DIRT Week Invitational Practice at Oswego Speedway - Thursday, Sept. 28 from 5pm-9pm

Gates for Thursday’s practice session will open at 5pm — cars on track from 6-9pm.

Practice will be open to top-25 in the DIRTcar Racing four premier Series: Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds, 358-Modifieds, Sportsman Modifieds and Pro Stock teams.

Everyone that plans to attend the NAPA Super DIRT Week Invitational Practice at Oswego Speedway will need to enter through the Gate 6 entrance off City Line Road.

The rear grandstands will be open for viewing and admission will be $20 for fans, teams and drivers. Coolers will be allowed, however, no alcohol will be permitted in the grandstands. No glass of any kind allowed.

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Chevy Performance Returns as Sportsman Modifieds Sponsor

Chevrolet Performance Returns as Sportsman Modified Sponsor at NAPA Super DIRT Week

CONCORD, NC - Sept. 22, 2017 - DIRTcar Racing is pleased to welcome back Chevrolet Performance as sponsor of the NAPA Super DIRT Week Sportsman Modified main event, the Chevrolet Performance 75, on October 8, 2017.

Chevrolet, one of America’s most iconic brands, is a long-time supporter of DIRTcar Racing and Super DIRT Week. For nearly 50 years, Chevrolet has fueled the passion of automotive enthusiasts. Engine blocks, engines, transmissions, Connect & Cruise systems and other Chevrolet Performance parts are designed, engineered, and tested by Chevrolet.

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Know the Players: Big-Block Modifieds

Names to Look Out for Come NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week

Big-Block Modified drivers aiming to add their name to the history books

The largest Big-Block Modified race of the year is upon us with the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 at the 46th annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week. For the last several decades, drivers in the Big-Block Modified ranks have one goal in mind, etch their name on the crowned-jewel event of Big-Block Modified racing and take home the $50,000-pay check. Here are the names you should know before Sunday, Oct. 8 and the start of the Billy Whittaker Cars 200.

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Know The Players: Sportsman Modifieds

Talented Pool of Sportsman Drivers Stand Ready for the NAPA Super DIRT Week Chevy Performance 75

As the most pervasive class at DIRTcar Northeast tracks, the Sportsman Modified division consists of a talented group of drivers, some of whom have already had a stellar season and are favored to win the Chevy Performance 75 on Sunday, October 8.

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Fulton Features Outlaws, 'Win and You're In' Twin 25s

Action Heats up at Fulton Speedway with the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars and Modified “Win and You’re In”

Big-Block Modified drivers will vie for final qualifying spot in NAPA Super DIRT Week’s Billy Whittaker Cars 200

CONCORD, NC — September 14, 2017 — As the sun goes down at Oswego Speedway on Saturday afternoon, October 7, the lights will go on at Fulton Speedway, just 15 minutes away, when the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series joins NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week for one night of hot racing action along with the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified 25-lap “Win and You’re In,” determining the final starting position in Sunday night’s Billy Whittaker Cars 200 main event.

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