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dmantx
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July 05, 2011 at 08:11:33 AM
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TMS U.S. National Dirt Championship Registration Now Open!

Ft. Worth TX (7/5/11) by DarinShort.com. The U.S. National Dirt Track Championship at Texas Motor Speedway’s Dirt Track will take place on September 15-17, 2011; and online registration is now available.

By clicking http://www.darinshort.com/dtc.html all competing race teams can take advantage of this convenience. At this special registration page, there is a link for each race division to preregister their team, purchase advance 2-day pit passes, reserve a paved pit space and sign up for practice night.

Teams can pay using any major credit or debit card and all transactions are secured through PayPal, an eBay company that has over 78 million active accounts. You can make multiple purchases on the registration section within the same transaction, which will save you time and typing. You do not have to be a PayPal member to use this online service.

Printable event schedules, rules and more can also be found at the link listed above. And if you’d rather enter by mail, there is an event flyer at the above link that you can print, fill out and send your payment.

Modified and Limited Modified drivers will have two provisional’s added to their championship features – but will be drawn from pre-entered drivers only; so don't miss out on this second chance! Early registration ends on September 2. There are also a limited amount of reserved, paved pit spaces; so enter early to ensure your spot.

The Limited Modified tire rule will be H500 or IMCA 500 only. Modifieds will race on the Hoosier G60, American Racer stamped G60 or KK-704 tires only. There is one other format change this year, Saturday night’s qualifiers will be lined up by Friday results, instead of Friday heat passing points.

And remember that if you need racing parts, fuel or Hoosier tires for this event, you should contact http://www.SmileysRacing.com as they will be on hand to keep racers on track at this event. If your choice of racing tires is American Racer, http://www.DayMotorsports.com will have them at the track to meet your needs. If you place your order ahead of time, these vendors will deliver it to the track, thus saving shipping expense.

Here’s a summary of the weekend racing schedule:

Thursday September 15th will be practice night for all three race divisions starting at 6pm.

Friday September 16th will be opening night of racing for Modifieds and Limited Modifieds with hot laps at 5pm and racing at 6pm.

Saturday September 17th will be the championship night for Modifieds and Limited Modifieds. Modifieds will be racing for $3,000 to win and $750 to start (24th). Limited Modifieds will be racing for $2,000 to win and $400 to start (24th). The O’Reilly SUPR Late Model Series will also return for a one night show on Saturday racing for $3,500 to win and $400 to start (22nd).

Hot laps are 5pm on Friday (races at 6pm) and races are at 6pm on Saturday. Pit gates open at noon on all three days.

Race fans:Grandstand tickets will be available a month prior to the event. Tickets will be sold at the gate for $10 on Friday and $15 on Saturday. There is no charge for parking. No outside food or drink is allowed through the main grandstand gates. A wide range of food and drinks are available for purchase under the main grandstand area. Hot laps are 5pm on Friday (races at 6pm) and races are at 6pm on Saturday.

Don’t miss the climax of the 2011 racing season with the U.S. National Dirt Track Championship at Texas Motor Speedway’s Dirt Track – for a weekend of great racing action at family-affordable prices!




dmantx
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August 04, 2011 at 12:16:34 PM
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PORT-A-COOL® TO SERVE AS TITLE SPONSOR OF U.S. NATIONAL DIRT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP

FORT WORTH, Texas (August 4, 2011) - Port-A-Cool® and Texas Motor Speedway have agreed to terms for the international portable cooling unit company to serve as title sponsor for the upcoming U.S. National Dirt Track Championship at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track.

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The Port-A-Cool® U.S. National Dirt Track Championship will be held Sept. 15-17 with hundreds of competitors vying for prestigious championships in the Modified, Limited Modified and SUPR Late Model divisions. Port-A-Cool®, new to the Texas Motor Speedway sponsorship family, signed a one-year agreement and no financial terms of the deal were disclosed.

"Port-A-Cool® is extremely pleased to be part of Texas Motor Speedway's family of sponsors and this world-class motorsports venue is an ideal fit for us," Port-A-Cool® Vice President of U.S. Sales Jeff Lloyd said. "Our units are extremely successful in areas that are not conducive to air conditioning such as garages and work shops so we are catering to our audience. We had a couple of displays set up at Texas Motor Speedway during their IndyCar Series weekend in June and we had a very high interest level in our products from many of the teams and individuals as well. We think that Port-A-Cool® units could also be very beneficial to these types of racers that work out of their own home garages or have small shops where air conditioning may be impractical."

Port-A-Cool® units are portable, evaporative cooling units offering versatile options for effective cooling where air-conditioning is unavailable, impractical or cost prohibitive. Port-A-Cool® units require only tap water and 115v of electricity and perform at a fraction of the cost of air conditioning. They deliver air flow up to 30 degrees F. cooler than surrounding air. Port-A-Cool® units are available in four fan-blade sizes, plus two centrifugal fan models that disburse cooled air over areas up to 4,000 square feet.

The Port-A-Cool® headquarters is located near the Texas/Louisiana border in Center, Texas. For more information on Port-A-Cool® for both commercial and residential use, visit www.port-a-cool.com.

On-track action for the Port-A-Cool® U.S. National Dirt Track Championship will begin Thursday, Sept. 15, with practice for all three divisions beginning at 6 p.m. CT. The practice session will be closed to the public.

Heats for all three classes will run Friday, Sept. 16, and the championships will be decided Saturday, Sept. 17. Racing will begin at 6 p.m. CT both nights. Grandstand tickets will be $10 on Friday and $15 on Saturday. Parking on both nights is free. Fans and competitors can visit www.texasmotorspeedway.com for additional information on the event.

FOR EVENT REGISTRATION, PLEASE VISIT: www.darinshort.com/dtc.html





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