AFTER FALSE START, RACERS APPRECIATION RACE THIS WEEK
Rockingham Fetes Its Favorites in Free Entry Event Featuring Summit Series Points


After a discouraging battle with Mother Nature during which it ran 270 gallons of fuel through its jet track dryer and invested countless man hours in an unsuccessful 18-hour effort to salvage the annual Racers Appreciation Free Entry event, Rockingham Dragway will try it again this weekend (March 23-24).

The format should be one familiar to Carolina bracket racers. Admission is $35 Saturday and Sunday; $20 for a single day. There is no additional entry fee in any category. With minimum car counts, the Top ET winner each day will take home $2,000 with $1,000 to the Footbrake winner and $150 to the Jr. Dragster champ. Rain checks from the previous date will be honored. You must have the ticket given when entry was paid before, for credit.

In addition, all year long The Rock will pay a $100 bonus to every event winner who utilizes an engine diaper/blanket.
There will be early parking from 4-10 p.m. on Friday and, in addition to the cash purse, racers will compete both days for Summit Series and Rockingham Dragway track championship points.
 
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