For Immediate Release:
National Dirt Racing League, LLC
NDRL Technical Bulletin for Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex for Monday, September 2
Pittsburgh, PA (August 26, 2013) The National Dirt Racing League’s (NDRL) $20,000 to-win ‘Let’s Get Dirty 75’ at Roaring Knob will carry an open tire rule however, wrapping of tires using cellophane, plastic wrap, or any other material is prohibited and will be strictly enforced, as well as all rules including tire altering. Any driver found with a tire wrapped in any material will be disqualified from the event and not permitted to compete. Drivers will also forfeit all prize money and points from the event.
An unprecedented list of stars are expected to be in attendance including NDRL point leader Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, WI, Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR, Muscatine, IA’s Brian Birkhofer, Dennis Erb Jr. of Carpentersville, IL, Shannon Babb if Moweaqua, IL, Eddie Carrier Jr., of Salt Rock, WV, Ashland, KY’s Steve Francis, the Kennedy Motorsports drivers, Shane Clanton of Zebulon, GA, Tim Fuller of Watertown, NY, Seaford, DE’s Austin Hubbard, Bub McCool of Vicksburg, MS, and Vic Coffey of Caledonia, NY. Also expected to be in attendance are local and regional stars like Davey Johnson, Mason Zeigler, Jacob Hawkins, Jared Hawkins, Jeremy Miller, Gregg Satterlee, Cody Hardesty, Dan Stone, Keith Barbara, Chuck Harper, and Roaring Knob point leader Tim Scenic among others.
Tickets are available online at the NDRL’s official website, www.theNDRL.com. Ticket prices for the $20,000 to-win, Let’s Get Dirty 75 featuring the NDRL Super Late Models and the Sweeney Chevrolet-Buick-GMC RUSH Dirt Late Model Series at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex are $35 ($30 pre-order) for general admission and $40 for pit entry.
The NDRL will offer a free Fan Pit Pass at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex to any general admission ticket holder that donates a toy ($5 minimum with receipt) to Racers for Tots.
Pit gates and driver registration will open at 11:00am while the grandstand gates will open at 1:00pm. Fans can enjoy a pre-race, holiday concert by Cody McCarver at 2:00pm before the driver autograph session will be held at 3:30pm. The night’s driver’s meeting will be held at approximately 5:30pm with hot laps scheduled for 6:00pm. Time Trials will take place immediately after hot laps with racing starting at approximately 6:30pm. Legendary Entertainment will provide a holiday pyrotechnics and fireworks display when racing has concluded.
Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex is a 3/8-mile clay oval located near Markleysburg, Pa. just off of scenic Route 40 at 380 Fearer Road (look for the road sign) just seven miles east of Nemacolin Woodlands on the right, one mile west of Yough Lake on the left. Check out the website at www.roaringknob.com or call 410-857-3821 (office) or 724-329-0306 on race day. As for their social media outlets, you can like their page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RoaringKnob or follow them on Twitter @roaringknob.
Details on rules and format can be obtained by calling the series office at (412) 824-9126 or logging on to the official NDRL website at www.theNDRL.com.
For more information on these events and the National Dirt Racing League please visitwww.roaringknob.com or www.theNDRL.com.
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Official NDRL’s ‘Let’s Get Dirty Tour’ Sponsors:
VP Race Fuels: The Official Fuel of the NDRL’s ‘Let’s Get Dirty Tour’
Slavic Custom Racing Shirts and Decals: The Official Merchandise Supplier of the NDRL’s Let’s Get Dirty Tour’
Bug Band: The Official Insect Repellant of the NDRL’s ‘Let’s Get Dirty Tour’
Official NDRL’s ‘Let’s Get Dirt Tour’ Associate Sponsors:
American Racer Tires, Bell Helmets, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Capital Race Cars, DirtonDirt.com, Driven Racing Oil, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hoosier Racing Tires, JNJ Motorsports Media, Keyser Manufacturing, Made You Look Mobile Media, Miley Truck Rental, MSR Mafia, Open Throttle 360, Rappin’ on Racin’, Responsible Racers, Speedway Productions, and the Washington Wild Things.