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    ARCA Music City 200 Saturday, April 8 Music City 200 Presented By Azure & JIVE +North/South Super Late Challenge 100 Presented By Team Construction DIVISIONS: ARCA Racing Series Presented By Menards CRA & SSS Super Late Models TIMES: SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH TIMES: 7:30 AM Pits & Registration Opens 11:30 AM Grandstands Open 12:00 PM Super Late Model Practice 1:15 PM ARCA Racing Series Practice 3:00 PM Super Late Model Qualifying 4:15 PM General Tire ARCA Qualifying 5:45 PM North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 8:00 PM Music City 200 Presented By Azure Foundation NASHVILLE TICKET INFO: Tickets will be available on raceday at the gate or by calling the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200. Pre-ordered tickets are available at a $5 per ticket discount. TICKET PRICING: Advance Tickets (Presale) $25 Adults $10 (Children 5-12) FREE (4 & Under) Day Of Ticket (At Gate) $30 Adults $10 (Children 5-12) FREE (4 & Under) HOTEL: Mainstay Inn & Suites Brentwood, TN (615) 371-8477 Ask For Track Enterprises Fairgrounds Speedway Discount For more info, contact the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200

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    Youth movement large and in charge at Nashville TOLEDO, Ohio (March 17, 2017) -- The young faces of the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards are lining up in competition with one another as entries are on the way in anticipation for the next event on tour -- the Music City 200 presented by Azure Foundation at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. (Cover photo left to right: Christian Eckes/16, Austin Theriault/23, Bret Holmes/19, Zane Smith/17). In fact, 16 entries have already landed at the home office. Ken Schrader Racing sent two for point leader Austin Theriault (Fort Kent, Maine) and 18-year-old newcomer Tony Mrakovich of Elizabethtown, Pa. Mrakovich will wear the No. 11, a number owned by Andy Hillenburg. Hillenburg has also entered his own 10 car with Rick Clifton listed as the driver. Clifton is the oldest driver in the field so far at 62. Venturini Motorsports filed three entries with Snowball Derby winner Christian Eckes (Middletown, N.Y.), Zane Smith (Huntington Beach, Calif.) and a TBA on the 25, which is expected to be filled by Quebec's Raphael Lessard once he's officially approved through the appropriate application process. Lessard is just 15 years old. As expected, 22-year-old Gus Dean is entered in Win-Tron Racing's 32 car alongside the 33, currently listed as TBA. Outside of Finney Racing's two-car team (Brian Finney and Scott Reeves), the remaining entries at this point are from single-car teams that include Thomas Praytor (Max Force Racing), Bret Holmes (Bret Holmes Racing), AJ Fike (RFMS Racing), Chad Finley (Chad Finley Racing), Cody Lane (Cody Lane Racing) and Nick Higdon (Kimmel Racing). Several more entries are expected including Cunningham Motorsports drivers Dalton Sargeant and Shane Lee. Entry List: http://www.arcaracing.com/events/198...entry_list_reg This year's Music City 200 will also include the North-South Shootout with the Southern Super Series and the ARCA CRA Super Series combo race. Last year, CRA got added to the Super Late Model mix to create the North-South shootout. The field saw a jump to 35 cars featuring some of the best short track racers in the country, with Donnie Wilson winning the top prize over Steven Wallace. Super Late Models have a practice session Friday night, April 7 from 4-7 p.m. Then on Saturday, April 8, North-South Shootout practice will begin at 12 noon, with North-South Shootout qualifying at 3. General Tire Pole Qualifying for the ARCA Racing Series is at 4:15, with racing action following at 5:45 with the North-South Shootout presented by Team Construction 100. Race fans will be treated to the ARCA Racing Series Music City 200 grand finale at 8. The Music City 200 will be aired on MAVTV. Discounted presale tickets for the event are available for $25, a $5 discount off raceday ticket prices. They are available by calling the event promoters Track Enterprises at 615-470-5214 or 217-764-3200. Don Radebaugh dradebaugh@arcaracing.com

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    Talented Group of Early Entries for the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 in Nashville (Salem, IN and Pensacola, FL) - Officials from the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the Southern Super Series Presented by Sunoco have released the entries to date for the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Team Construction, which will take place at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville on April 7th & 8th. The event will be the second time the two series have co-sanctioned an event together, last year’s North/South Super Late Model Challenge at Nashville was the first. 2016 North/South Super Late Model Challenge winner and 2016 Southern Super Series Champion Donnie Wilson tops the list of 27 talented entries to date for the event. Wilson looks to add to add a fourth Nashville victory to his racing accomplishments and another Nashville Guitar Trophy to his trophy case. Wilson also won the Southern Super Series 50 lap feature that was part of last year’s North/South Super Late Model Challenge. Also entered is NASCAR Legend Sterling Marlin from Columbia, Tennessee. The two time Daytona 500 winner captured 10 wins with 216 top 10’s and 11 pole awards during his NASCAR Cup Series career. The multi time track Champion at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville is still a regular competitor at that track in their Pro Late Model Division and competes in selected JEGS/CRA All-Star Tour events. 2016 ARCA/CRA Super Series Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year Dalton Armstrong is entered. Armstrong won the 50 lap ARCA/CRA Super Series feature event that was part of last year’s North/South Super Late Model Challenge at Nashville. Armstrong became the first ever series rookie to win a series season opening event. Armstrong also won the prestigious Redbud 300 at Anderson Speedway last season. 2013 and 2014 ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Travis Braden is entered. The 2016 Winchester 400 winner is seeking his first win at Nashville. Braden scored an ARCA Racing Series victory in his first ever series start in July of 2015 at Lucas Oil Raceway. Three time ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Johnny Van Doorn is entered, along with third in all time ARCA/CRA Super Series wins Brian Campbell. Both of those Michigan drivers won a Nashville All American 400 Guitar Trophy in 2007, Van Doorn for the Super Late Model portion, Campbell for the Pro Late Model portion, when the event was split into twin 200 lap events. Two time 2016 Southern Super Series winner Cole Anderson from Minnesota is entered. Anderson finished fourth in 2016 Southern Super Series points and will be teaming with famed crew chief Bond Suss on his quest to win a Nashville Guitar Trophy. Fellow Minnesota native Joey Miller is also entered. Miller is a former ARCA Racing Series winner and a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor. Other top late model drivers from around the country who are entered include Arkansas racers Dennis Schoenfeld and Cole Rouse, Wisconsin’s Dennis Prunty, Florida’s Stephen Nasse, Georgia racers Paul Kelly, Kyle Plott and Chandler Smith, California’s Tyler Ankrum, Indiana racers Eddie Van Meter, Jack Dossey III, Wes Griffith Jr., Cassten Everidge and Hunter Jack , Illinois racer Austin Kunert, Kentucky’s Josh Brock, Alabama’s Connor Okrzesik, Ohio’s Logan Runyon, Tennessee’s Joseph Meyer and Canadian Jerry Artuso. Teams are reminded that this Friday, March 24th is the deadline to enter and receive the discounted advanced entry fee. Teams running for points with the ARCA/CRA Super Series or that reside North of Nashville should enter with the entry form from the ARCA/CRA Super Series. Teams running for points with the Southern Super Series or that reside South of Nashville should enter with the entry form from the Southern Super Series. The North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Team Construction will consist of a three hour optional open practice on Friday, April 7th. There will be another hour of practice on Saturday, April 8th, followed by qualifying, a Last Chance race if needed, and then the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Team Construction which will consist of a field of 32 cars that will pay $5000 to win and a coveted Nashville Guitar Trophy for the winner. The ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards will also be in action on Saturday with a 200 lap event after the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100. For more information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series, including the ARCA/CRA Super Series Nashville entry form, visit www.cra-racing.com. For more information on the Southern Super Series, including the Southern Super Series Nashville entry form, visit www.southernsuperseries.com. Track Enterprise has discount presale tickets on sale for the event. For event ticket information, contact Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200 or at 651-254-1986 or visit their web site at www.trackenterprises.com.

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    Two-Time Daytona 500 Winner Enters April 8th Event In Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Event To Feature ARCA & Super Late Models (Nashville, TN) – For the third straight year, Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville will be the site of a huge early season event featuring some of the top racers in the United States. It’s all set for Saturday, April 8th, as the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards will run in the Music City 200 presented by Azure Foundation. In addition, the Super Late Models of the ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS will go head-to-head with the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco. Both entry lists continue to grow and among the top stars will be two-time Daytona 500 winner, Sterling Marlin, who has recently entered the lineup for the North/South Super Late Model challenge presented by Team Construction. Marlin, a 10-time winner during his strong NASCAR Cup Series career, also accumulated 216 top 10’s and 11 pole awards. The racing veteran is a local favorite, claiming multiple championships at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville and still competes on a regular basis at the track in their Pro Late Model class. Marlin recently made a start with CRA’s other division, the JEGS CRA All-Stars Tour, during Speedfest in Cordele, GA. “Really looking forward to racing this show. It’s my favorite track and I want to race there every chance I get”, Marlin said. What makes this a little more special, is that Marlin has not raced a Super Late Model in some time, racing Pro Late Models for the last several years. 2017 will mark the first time Marlin has been part of the ARCA/Super Late Model doubleheader at his home track. The event will definitely be a challenge, with a star studded field of entries that continue to come in. Marlin added, “We had a test with the Pro Late Model a week or so ago and it was bad fast so hopefully that will transfer over to our Super stuff. It’s been a few years since I’ve run with the Supers.” Some of Marlin’s toughest competition on the Super Late Model side will come from 2016 Southern Super Series champion, Donnie Wilson. Wilson won last year’s combined event in convincing fashion. On the CRA side, last year’s rookie of the year, Dalton Armstrong, who won a 50-lap event at Fairgrounds Speedway last year, will look to back up his strong 2016 campaign. Armstrong, also won the Redbud 300 at Anderson Speedway. A list in upwards of 30 cars is currently put together for the Super Late Model portion of the show. That list is still expected to go up, as the event is important in terms of making the cut in terms of entries as well as making the show with provisional starting spots at the Bristol event in May. Both the ARCA/CRA Super Series and Southern Super Series will be using their previous event entries as well as points to determine who makes the cut in Bristol. The North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 presented by Team Construction will have an optional three hour practice sesson on Friday, April 7th. There will be another hour of practice on Saturday, April 8th, followed by qualifying, a last chance race if needed, and then the feature event, which will consist of 32 cars that will pay $5,000 to win in addition to a coveted guitar. The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards will also be in action on Saturday, April 8th with the Music City 200 presented by Azure Foundation. For more information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series, including the ARCA/CRA Super Series entry form and current entry list, visit www.cra-racing.com. For more info on the Southern Super Series, including their entry form, visit www.southernsuperseries.com. Track Enterprises, the promotion company for the event, has discount presale tickets on sale for $5 off per ticket. For ticket information, contact Track Enterprises at 615-470-5214 or 217-764-3200. For full detailed information including times and prices, visit www.trackenterprises.com.

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    Add more teenagers...Joe Gibbs Racing's Riley Herbst enters Nashville TOLEDO, Ohio (March 17, 2017) -- Joe Gibbs Racing's Riley Herbst is the latest entry to be received here at the ARCA home office for the upcoming Music City 200 presented by Azure Foundation at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. Herbst was not able to race at Daytona because of age restrictions. However, the Las Vegas rookie turned 18 in late February and is now eligible to race at the next superspeedway event at Talladega based on his successful test at Daytona in January. He is entered at Nashville in the No. 18 NOS Energy-Terrible Herbst Toyota. Herbst is a product of the NASCAR K&N Pro East and West Series where he earned seven top-five and 13 top-10 finishes in 17 starts in 2016. Herbst also won the track championship at California Speedway in the Irwindale Speed Trucks in 2015. Herbst is expected to compete in the 19 remaining ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards events in 2017. Port Orange, Florida's Michael Lira, 19, has also filed an entry for Nashville in the No. 6 JWMotorsports Chevrolet. Entries have also been received from Hixson Motorsports teammates Eric Caudell and Mike Senica bringing the current total to 20. Several more entries are expected ahead of the race, including Cunningham Motorsports teammates Shane Lee and Dalton Sargeant. CURRENT ENTRY LIST ARCA CRA Super Series combo race. Last year, CRA got added to the Super Late Model mix to create the North-South shootout. The field saw a jump to 35 cars featuring some of the best short track racers in the country, with Donnie Wilson winning the top prize over Steven Wallace. Super Late Models have a practice session Friday night, April 7 from 4-7 p.m. Then on Saturday, April 8, North-South Shootout practice will begin at 12 noon, with North-South Shootout qualifying at 3. General Tire Pole Qualifying for the ARCA Racing Series is at 4:15, with racing action following at 5:45 with the North-South Shootout presented by Team Construction 100. Race fans will be treated to the ARCA Racing Series Music City 200 grand finale at 8. The Music City 200 will be aired on MAVTV. Discounted presale tickets for the event are available for $25, a $5 discount off raceday ticket prices. They are available by calling the event promoters Track Enterprises at 615-470-5214 or 217-764-3200.

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    Plenty Of Companies Showing Support For April 8th Music City 200 Nashville Race To Feature ARCA Plus Huge Super Late Model Show When it comes to big racing events, it takes a lot of support, not only from drivers, teams, and fans but from companies as well. The April 8th ARCA Music City 200 event at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville is no different, with numerous corporations stepping up to help make the show a success. Heading the list is the Azure Foundation, based out of Pleasant Grove, Utah. Azure Foundation is the presenting sponsor for this year's ARCA event, the Music City 200. The foundation is a non-profit organization that provides grant assistance for qualifying families of adolescents and young adults desiring to participate in residential mental or behavioral treatment programs. The Azure Foundation's mission is to provide a road to resilience for adolescents and young adults by making therapeutic programs that help them become resilient and independent more affordable and available. More information can be found at www.azurefoundation.org. Another top presenting sponsor and a company which has stepped up involvement the last couple of seasons is JIVE. Jive Communications, Inc. was founded in 2006 and provides enterprise-grade hosted VoIP and Unified Communications to businesses and institutions. Jive is rapidly becoming the standard for business communications worldwide. For the second season in-a-row, Team Construction LLC and Donnie Mingus has stepped up as presenting sponsor of the North-South Super Late Model Challenge 100. Team Construction is the gas and utilities contractor of choice. The foundation of the company starts in the trenches, where they put their backs into their work, literally. For the third straight year, Mainstay Inn & Suites in nearby Brentwood, TN is the official inn of Fairgrounds Speedway and Track Enterprises. When you call the Mainstay Inn, mention Fairgrounds Speedway for the discount rate. In 2016, General Tire became the official tire of the ARCA RACING SERIES presented by Menards. They also became a title sponsor of a number of ARCA events, including the Labor Day weekend event at DuQuoin, another production of Track Enterprises. General Tire will also be presenting the pole award at Nashville. A new associate that has just signed on to be part of the Nashville weekend is UFC GYM. The gym is the first major brand extension of UFC, the world leader in the sport of mixed martial arts. The UFC GYM brand gives UFC enthusiasts and fitness seekers of all ages the opportunity to practice the training techniques of famed UFC athletes. UFC GYM's are spreading but already located in nearby Hendersonville and Murfreesboro. For more info, visit www.ufcgym.com. The official energy drink of the weekend is NOS Energy Drink NOS has been providing the human horsepower consumers all over the country demand. Available in 16oz. cans as well as 22oz. and 11oz. re-sealable plastic bottles, NOS can be found nationally in your nearest speed shop, grocery, and convenience store. You can visit the website at www.drinknos.com. April 8th will be a big night for @T&T Construction, as not only an event sponsor but a team sponsor for ARCA racer, Nick Higdon. T&T Construction was established in 2000 as a small business, woman owned, certified hub zone contractor with over 50+ years of collective owner experience. The general contracting firm serves multiple government agencies, private sector commercial, industrial, and residential development clients throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, and Illinois. The official fuel of the weekend will be Sunoco Race Fuels. Sunoco is the official fuel of all three racing series, ARCA, CRA, and SSS. Winning on today's racing circuit requires more than an exceptional driver and well built car. It takes high-performance racing fuels that are willing to go the distance, fuels like those produced by Sunoco. The official soft drink of Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville as well as the Music City 200 is Coca-Cola. Each of the concession areas, grandstands and pits will be stocked with ice cold Coca-Cola products all weekend long. And last but not least, what is a race without an ice cold beer? Budweiser is the official beer of Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, provided by Ajax Turner Co., Inc.. Budweiser is the King of Beers. As you can see, it takes plenty of partners to put on a great night of auto racing. There are a few opportunities still available leading up to the event, whether it be signage, concourse space for couponing and handouts, announcements, group ticket packages, suites, etc. For more info on those opportunities, call the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200. About Track Enterprises: Track Enterprises is a racing promotion company that oversees popular events that feature top touring series like the ARCA Racing Series, USAC Racing, Dirtcar UMP, POWRi Racing, All Star Circuit Of Champions, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, CRA, Southern Super Series, and more. The company also oversees all racing promotions at Macon Speedway, Lincoln Speedway, and the Terre Haute Action Track. For more information on the upcoming racing schedule, visit www.trackenterprises.com, like the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TrackEnterprises, or call the office at 217-764-3200.

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    Track Opener This Week: ARCA & Super Late Models Next Week... ARCA & Super Late Models Set For April 8th Event In Nashville Event Leads Up To Bristol Short Track US Nationals In May (Nashville, TN) - Stock car fans in Tennessee and surrounding states will be blessed with great short track racing over the next couple of months, as some of the best race car drivers in the nation will be racing in various can't miss events. In addition to the Bristol NASCAR weekend April 21-23, calendars are marked with high profile events at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville on April 8th and the Short Track US Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway in May. The first of those events is coming up next Saturday, April 8th at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. In addition to the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards in the Music City 200 presented by Azure, the Super Late Models of CRA and the Southern Super Series are running head to head in a 100-lap event. That race is highly important in terms of making the cut as far as entries go for the Short Truck US Nationals in May at Bristol Motor Speedway. It will also help determine a number of provisionals for the event, based on points from each of the two series. A list of 30+ drivers are currently entered for the Super Late Model portion of the Nashville event. Both the ARCA and Super Late Model entry lists are in the 30's with some pretty solid names throughout. For ARCA, the entries include former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Mason Mingus from nearby Brentwood, TN, Daytona International Speedway ARCA winner Austin Theriault in the Ken Schrader owned ride, 2016 Snowball Derby winner Christian Eckes, Joe Gibbs Racing development driver Riley Herbst, Munford, AL Super Late Model driver Bret Holmes, former Talledega ARCA winner Gus Dean, and former Snowball Derby runner-up Zane Smith. That's just a small taste of what the Music City 200 portion of the event will have to offer. When it comes to the North-South Super Late Model Challenge presented by Team Construction, two-time Daytona 500 winner, Sterling Marlin leads the list of entries. Other top draws include 2016 Southern Super Series champion Donnie Wilson, former CRA champions Travis Braden, Johnny Van Doorn, and Dalton Armstrong, former ARCA points runner-up and NASCAR truck competitor Joey Miller, Michigan standout Brian Campbell, well known Florida driver Stephen Nasse, and former World Crown winner Casey Roderick. The local flavor includes the aforementioned Marlin, Mt. Juliet, TN driver Joseph Meyer, and Josh Brock from Corbin, Kentucky. Saturday, April 8th action at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville will begin with practice at 12:00 PM and qualifying at 3:00. The North-South Shootout Challenge 100 presented by Team Construction will take the track at 5:45, while the ARCA Racing Series will be trackside at 8:00 with the Music City 200 presented by Azure Foundation. Track Enterprises has discount presale tickets on sale for the event. For event ticket information, contact Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200 or at 651-254-1986 or visit their web site for detailed event info at www.trackenterprises.com.

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    Thad Moffitt, Grandson of Richard Petty, set for ARCA debut at Nashville NASHVILLE (April 4, 2017) -- Thad Moffitt, the 16-year-old grandson of NASCAR champion/legend “The King” Richard Petty, has officially filed an entry for the Music City 200 presented by Azure Foundation at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, this Saturday, April 8. The event will mark Moffitt's career-first ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards start. The 16-year-old Wheatmore High School student tested with Empire Racing Group, a development team of Richard Petty Motorsports, on the historic high-banked, short-track last week and proved he was ready for the next challenge. "I learned a lot in a few hours," said Moffitt. "I need a little more speed. I know we have it...it's just a matter of getting fully comfortable in the car. I realize now that I should have done a couple things differently, but it's all part of the learning process." As Moffitt continues to learn about the business of stock car racing, he has the option of seeking out his famous grandfather for advice. "He'll (Richard Petty) give me advice if I ask, but he wants me to learn on my own, just like Adam (Petty) and Uncle Kyle (Petty) did. We all have different driving styles so advice for one won't always work for the other." No matter how things go for Moffitt in his ARCA debut at Nashville, there is no doubt he has already decided that racing is his focus and what he wants to continue to do in the future. "This is what I want to do...there's nothing that I love more than racing. There's been absolutely no pressure from my family at all. Nobody told me I had to be a race driver. This is what I want." And so far, so good for the fourth-generation Petty family racer. Moffitt won the Southeast Limited Late Model Series championship in 2016, winning a main event at Anderson Motor Speedway in South Carolina. Moffitt found out that the heavier ARCA cars handle much differently than the lighter late models. "There's a big feel difference, especially coming off the corner. The ARCA cars have so much more horsepower. I was spinning my tires bad, but I learned to feed it gas as I go...then I picked up speed. "Nashville's an amazing track. I learned that it's got multiple grooves. You could enter low and let it push up and bring it back down coming off. But once the tires got to 75 laps or so, you could pretty-much run the second groove all the way around. I love the banking in that track...the way it sucks you into the corner." Moffitt also says he's "really excited" for his ARCA debut. "Definitely...I'm really excited. I know there is going to be a lot of really competitive drivers...some of these guys have been running this series for years, but I'm looking forward to all the competition. If I could finish the race and come out with a top-10 with all those strong competitors, I'd call that a successful ARCA debut." If there's no pressure from his family, Moffitt says he puts it on himself. "Yeah I do put it on me. I've got big shoes to fill but I know everybody's going to be proud of me and they're still going to love me whether I come home 30th or in the top-10. But yeah there's some pressure for me. Uncle Kyle won in his first ARCA race at Daytona and Adam won at Charlotte. I don't have to tell you about my grandfather...these are big shoes." This year's Music City 200 will also include the North-South Shootout with the Southern Super Series and the ARCA CRA Super Series combo race. Last year, CRA got added to the Super Late Model mix to create the North-South shootout. The field saw a jump to 35 cars featuring some of the best short track racers in the country, with Donnie Wilson winning the top prize over Steven Wallace. Super Late Models have a practice session Friday night, April 7 from 4-7 p.m. On Saturday, April 8, North-South Shootout practice will begin at 12 noon, with North-South Shootout qualifying at 3pm. General Tire Pole Qualifying for the ARCA Racing Series is at 4:15pm, with racing action following at 5:45pm with the North-South Shootout presented by Team Construction 100. Race fans will be treated to the ARCA Racing Series Music City 200 grand finale at 8pm. The Music City 200 will be aired on MAVTV. Discounted presale tickets for the event are available for $25, a $5 discount off raceday ticket prices. They are available by calling the event promoters Track Enterprises at 615-470-5214 or 217-764-3200. About Empire Racing Group Established in 2009, Empire Racing Group is a development team that strives to identify young racing talent and assist them in the advancement of their careers. While ERG originally focused on the ARCA Racing Series with driver Sean Corr (team owner/driver), the team has since expanded its reach into other series thanks in part to its alliance with Grumpy's Performance, Inc. Under the expertise of crew chief Mike 'Grumpy' Cheek, ERG now competes in various late model series as well as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS). In 2016, ERG will be serving as the developmental team for Richard Petty Motorsports, providing young drivers with driver coaching, technical support, public relations, and marketing needs. Drivers for the 2017 season include notable rising stars Thad Moffitt, and Harrison Moffitt, as well as racing veteran Sean Corr. To learn more about ERG, call (704) 664-8882 or visit www.empireracinggroup.com. Don Radebaugh dradebaugh@arcaracing.com

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    ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS set to Kick Off 21st Season of Competition in Nashville Salem, IN (April 5, 2017) – The ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS is set to kick off its 2017 points season with this weekend’s North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Team Construction at the famed Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. 2017 will be the 21st season of competition for the ARCA/CRA Super Series that ran its first race on April 26, 1997 at Anderson Speedway. The event will be the second time the ARCA/CRA Super Series and Southern Super Series Presented by Sunoco have co-sanctioned an event together, last year’s North/South Super Late Model Challenge at Nashville was the first. The North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Team Construction will consist of a three hour optional open practice on Friday. There will be another hour of practice on Saturday, followed by qualifying, a Last Chance race if needed, and then the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Team Construction, which will consist of a field of 32 cars that will pay $5000 to win and a coveted Nashville Guitar Trophy for the winner. The ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards will also be in action on Saturday with a 200 lap event after the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100. The event has a very talented entry list of 35 drivers to date, 19 drivers entered to represent the ARCA/CRA Super Series and 16 drivers entered to represent the Southern Super Series. Some of the top drivers entered include former NASCAR great Sterling Marlin, last year’s North/South Super Late Model Challenge winner Donnie Wilson, Dalton Armstrong, who won the 50 lap ARCA/CRA Super Series feature event that was part of last year’s Nashville event, Bubba Pollard, Casey Roderick, Cole Anderson, Travis Braden, Johnny Van Doorn, Brian Campbell, Boris Jurkovic, Joey Miller, Dennis Schoenfeld, Stephen Nasse and Dennis Prunty. Other CRA drivers entered include Wes Griffith Jr., Eddie Van Meter, Jack Dossey III, Joey Mucciacciaro, Cole Rouse, Tyler Ankrum, Austin Kunert and a strong group of Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year candidates including Josh Brock, Hunter Jack, Logan Runyon and Cassten Everidge. Saturday’s event is a “Road to Bristol” event for the ARCA/CRA Super Series. Saturdays feature winner will have a guaranteed starting position in the Short Track U.S. Nationals 100 lap Super Late Model feature on May 21st at Bristol Motor Speedway, if they are a CRA registered member and attend the series races at Toledo Speedway on April 22nd and Anderson Speedway on May 6th. Track Enterprise has discount presale tickets on sale for the event. For event ticket information, contact Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200 or at 651-254-1986 or visit their web site at www.trackenterprises.com. For those that cannot attend the North/South Super Late Model Challenge 100 Presented by Team Construction in person, the event will be broadcast live on Speed51 TV. Fans can purchase the live broadcast by going to www.speed51.com. For more information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series visit www.cra-racing.com. For more information on the Southern Super Series visit www.southernsuperseries.com.

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