Series continues run at Kentucky Speedway in 2004

DAYTONA BEACH, FL (September 12, 2003) -- The DASH Series will return to Kentucky Speedway in 2004 as part of a triple-header weekend with the NASCAR Southeast Series and the ASA Series. Kentucky Speedway General Manager Mark Cassis comments, ...

DAYTONA BEACH, FL (September 12, 2003) -- The DASH Series will return to Kentucky Speedway in 2004 as part of a triple-header weekend with the NASCAR Southeast Series and the ASA Series.

Kentucky Speedway General Manager Mark Cassis comments, "We're excited about having the Dash Series back in 2004. Our fans enjoy it and they know the competitors. The series puts on a great show and we are looking forward to having them here as a part of our triple header weekend."

The DASH Series has been an annual participant since the impressive facility first opened its gates in 2001. Robert Huffman won the inaugural event and is also the most recent winner at the speedway. Jake Hobgood was the race winner in 2002.

Kentucky Speedway is a 1.5 mile semi-banked oval that offers a wide racing groove suitable for exciting racing from the drop of the green flag.

"We're thrilled to have this spectacular speedway on our 2004 schedule," says Randy Claypoole, Executive Vice President of BRDAYTONA, which takes over ownership of the DASH Series at the conclusion of the 2003 racing season. "The Kentucky Speedway is one of the premiere speedways in America. You can see the entire racing surface from any one of the 66,000 seats. There is an escalator that fans can access that will take them under the track and into the infield, where they can get autographs and experience a close-up view of Victory Lane."

The Kentucky Speedway Triple Header Weekend will be held on September 17-18. The teams will check in on Friday for practice and qualifying. All three series will run their races on Saturday.

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Series NASCAR
Drivers Robert Huffman