Great American Pro Truck Challenge at Greenville Pickens Wednesday night July 3rd Greenville, South Carolina The Great American Pro Truck Challenge "Freedom 100" on Wednesday night July 3rd will be the opening event for the Great American Motor...
Great American Pro Truck Challenge at Greenville Pickens Wednesday night July 3rd Greenville, South Carolina
The Great American Pro Truck Challenge "Freedom 100" on Wednesday night July 3rd will be the opening event for the Great American Motor Fair to be held at Greenville Pickens Speedway over the Independence Day holiday weekend. The 100 lap race race will pit the popular and competitive pickup trucks from several racing series and tracks against each other at a neutral race track to see as Fair promotor Pete Walton puts it, "Who's the best"?
We've posted a pretty healthy Great American Pro Truck Challenge purse with bonuses that make it possible to win over $5000 on Wednesday, July 3rd. We will also post a bonus (up to $2500) to the lucky fan that has been awarded with the starting row the winner comes from. The speedway's Super Stock and Street Stock classes are also on the Wednesday night program.
Trucks are eligible to compete if they meet the rules for the ARTS (American Race Trucks) , Florida's popular FASTTRUCK Series, the Southern All Star Pro Trucks, the former PARTS PRO Truck Series, or the Pro Truck track rules at Concord Motorsport Park or Lanier National Speedway. "All these truck rules are so similar or identical that we just wanted to bring these guys together and see who winds up in victory lane", said Walton.
The event is paying $2250 to win, plus $250 to the fastest qualifier. There is a bonus of $250 posted if the fastest qualifier also wins the event. $250 will go to the "hardcharger" or driver who passes the most trucks (advances the most positions) in the race. $250 will also be awarded for longest tow to the driver who logs the most miles traveling to the event.
"The winner of the Great American Pro Truck Challenge could also be eligible for a bonus if he or she starts from row two or farther back ranging from $200 to $2500 depending on how far back they start," says Walton.