LONG ISLAND, N.Y. – Exclusive Story by Race Chaser Online New England Correspondent Kyle Souza- Seekonk Speedway Photo–
In an exclusive announcement to Race Chaser Online, Tri Track Open Modified Series promoter James Schaefer announced that the series will be changing up the lap money procedure for the newly added event at New London-Waterford Speedbowl on Sunday September 13.
“Instead of selling 100 laps at $50 a piece, the Tri Track Open Modified Series is hoping to develop a “Circle of Friends” for the first ever Tri Track race at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl,” Schaefer said.
Since the other three races have a B-main feature that will have a total purse of $5,000, Schaefer said the series goal is to have the same for the new event– except with a new and improved twist.
“The goal is the same – to raise at least $5000 to be put toward the B feature, but this time going after businesses and friends who wish to put up a little something extra for a race track that is a little something special too,” Schaefer said.
“It looks like that half the B-Feature purse will be put up by the track and the other half by our Circle of Friends. It will be $10,000 instead of the $5,000 prize.”
Schaefer went on to explain that there will be different levels that can be purchased for the event. “Silver, Gold, and Platinum levels are at $250, $ 500, and $1000. We plan to include these sponsors for some on track exposure prior to / immediately after the B feature,” Schaefer mentioned.
If any fans simple can not provide that type of cash towards the event, Schaefer provided another alternative for fans or businesses looking to get involved in sponsoring the event.
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