(Nashville, TN – March 27, 2015) – Track Enterprises officials have announced the additional support partners for the April 11 Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville event. Earlier this week, it was announced that Troop Aid took naming rights for the 200 lap ARCA Racing Series event presented by Menards. On Friday afternoon, officials have made it public knowledge that the Southern Super Series race has an official name as well.
The Super Late Models, making their only appearance at the track this season, will be running in the “Federated Car Care 100 presented by Crane Cams & Crosley Brands”. Federated and Crosley Brands are also supporting sponsors for the ARCA portion of the show.
The Federated Car Care Center Program is a nationwide network of independently-owned repair facilities. Federated Car Care Centers can take care of all of your preventative maintenance and repair needs, both import and domestic, older or the latest models. Federated Car Care Professionals are conveniently located and provide exemplary service at competitive prices. Federated supports auto racing all across the US, including a number of events promoted by Track Enterprises. Matt Tifft will be wheeling the Federated Auto Parts #52 for Schrader Racing in the Troop Aid 200.
Crosley Brands is a leader in the nostalgic electronics category. From their beginning in the premium incentive industry, they went on to develop their own exclusive product lines. Crosley has a solid reputation with their exclusive brands such as Crosley Radio and Crosley Furniture. Crosley Brands is also a supporter of the #42 piloted by Bo LeMastus in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards.
Rounding out the list of supporters for the Southern Super Series event is Crane Cams. Crane Cams has a significant amount of R&D and manufacturing resources to rely on to produce fully digitized camshafts. Crane has the industry’s largest camshaft database, which exceeds 80,000 profiles. Crane Cams is a year-long supporter of the Southern Super Series.
Anticipation is building for the Saturday, April 11 event which will see the first race for ARCA at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville since 1992, when David Green brought home the checkered flag. For the Southern Super Series, it will be their only race at the track this season. Oklahoma City, OK driver Donnie Wilson claimed the last win in April of 2014.
Practice gets underway on Saturday, April 11 at 11:30, with qualifying at 3:15, and racing at 6:00 PM. Advance reserved seating is being sold for the top eight rows at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville and is available by calling 615-254-1986. Advance reserved seating is $25 for adults and $15 for kids 5-12. Ticket packages for groups over 25 can be ordered by calling Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200.
The event is a combined effort between Track Enterprises of Macon, IL, Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, The Fairgrounds Nashville, and So Good! Entertainment.
More information can be found at www.trackenterprises.com or www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com.