A KID’S MONEY SCRAMBLE IS ON TAP FOR THE NEXT MODIFIED 811 DIG SAFELY SERIES EVENT AT BRIDGEPORT SPEEDWAY

A KID’S MONEY SCRAMBLE IS ON TAP FOR THE NEXT MODIFIED 811 DIG SAFELY SERIES EVENT AT BRIDGEPORT SPEEDWAY
Sicklerville, NJ (June 23, 2015) – When the Modified 811 Dig Safely Series resumes on Friday, July 10 at Bridgeport Speedway, all children in attendance will be able to go home with pockets full of change as a Kid’s Money Scramble will take place.  During intermission, kids will be divided by age groups and will be given time to pick up as many coins as possible. The Kid’s Money Scramble will be sponsored by All County Garage Doors and Vahlco Racing Wheels.
All County Garage Doors provides professional service to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in the Delaware Valley. From repair to complete installation of a new garage door, this Pennsville, NJ based company can do it all. Interested parties can contact All County Garage Doors at856-812-8304.
Vahlco Racing Wheels produces aluminum racing wheels for dirt oval competitors. Using the highest standards of quality, the Ocean County, NJ based firm manufactures wheels for Late Models, Micro-Sprints, Sprint Cars and Modified Cars. In addition to providing support for the Kid’s Money Scramble, Vahlco Racing Wheels supplies each fifth place finisher in the Modified 811 Dig Safely Series with a non-beadlock wheel. For more information on their product or to place an order, contact Matt Budd at 609-752-2623 or matt.vahlco@gmail.com
The Modified 811 Dig Safely Series, featuring any type of Modified Stock Car on Bridgeport Speedway’s quarter mile, is down to the final two events. Bob Drayton, Mike Iles and Bob Sarkisian have each claimed a victory to date. In the point standings, a tight race for the championship title is brewing.  With 156 points, Jimmy Horton has a slim two marker edge over Johnny Cornell with Ron Roberts a mere 4 points behind. In fourth place, Richie Pratt, Jr. trails Horton by only 10 points. With 130 points, Bob Drayton rounds out the top five. The champion of the Modified 811 Dig Safely Series will be honored with a minimum of $1,000 along with receiving a guaranteed starting spot in the $10,000 to win Romp in the Swamp Call Before You Dig Championship on Saturday, September 26. Besides the top five finishers sharing in the point fund, any driver that finishes out of the top five but attempts to qualify for each of the five races in the series will be given a perfect attendance bonus check.
On Friday, July 10, all gates open at 5:30 p.m. with the first green flag waving at 8:00 p.m. Grandstand admission is $15 for adults while pit admission is $30. In addition to the Modifieds, the wingless 600cc Micro-Sprints, winged 270cc Micro-Sprints and 4-Cylinder Stock Cars will be competing on Bridgeport Speedway’s quarter mile.  The final event in the Modified 811 Dig Safely Series will occur on Friday July 31. Information concerning the Modified 811 Dig Safely Series and Romp in the Swamp Call Before You Dig Championship, including rules and entry form for the $10,000 to win race, is available at www.bpspeedway.com.
The Modified 811 Dig Safely Series and Romp in the Swamp Call Before You Dig Championship is made possible by an array of fine marketing partners including Black Flagged Racing, Chiaro Construction Services, Colonial Pipeline, CPM Services, ERK Steering Repair, Rick Sweeten Images, The Napp-Grecco Company, The Tree Man, S&D Bodyline and Vahlco Racing Wheels.
Several types of marketing partnership packages are still available for the Modified 811 Dig Safely Series and the Romp in the Swamp Call Before You Dig Championship race. Interested parties should contact Mike Wisniewski from Wiz Motorsports Communications at mikewiz1962@yahoo.com to learn about the custom partnership packages available.
Wiz Motorsports Communications can deliver customized and professional solutions for racers and race tracks. To discuss your particular need, contact Wiz Motorsports Communications at mikewiz1962@yahoo.com.

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