SES: Greenville season wrap up preview

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Sept. 5 2003) - When people talk about Greenville- Pickens Speedway, in Greenville, S. C., they talk about history and great racing action at the second oldest track in the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series. However, one...

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Sept. 5 2003) - When people talk about Greenville- Pickens Speedway, in Greenville, S. C., they talk about history and great racing action at the second oldest track in the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series.

However, one thing they haven't talked about in previous years is a NASCAR regional touring series finishing their season at this historic raceway and crowning a series champion.

This will occur on September 20, due to inclement weather on August 9, postponing the Flexcheck Cash Advance 150. With the Upper South Carolina State Fair and the Annual Shrine race already scheduled, September 20 was the first available date.

"Nobody wins when a racing event is postponed due to inclement weather," said Charlie Bradberry who is in line to win his first NASCAR Championship. "A race team arrives at a race site then has to turn around and go home due to the weather is certainly a big disappointment and a costly situation. The race crew has worked hard to prepare the car, the driver is hyped to perform well and race fans go home without seeing a race."

"No one wants to see a track promoter lose money because the track is in business to make money otherwise tracks will close and we have seen a lot of that over the last few years. Greenville-Pickens Speedway has been a tremendous supporter of this series and we appreciate the fact that the track schedules two races a year at their facility. The

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