<pre> 2000 GOODY'S DASH SERIES, NASCAR TOURING FACT SHEET WHAT: Sky Fire presented by WCSC TV 5/Bumper To Bumper 100 Goody's Dash Series, NASCAR Touring Race 10 of 18 Events WHERE: Summerville Speedway,...
<pre> 2000 GOODY'S DASH SERIES, NASCAR TOURING FACT SHEET
WHAT: Sky Fire presented by WCSC TV 5/Bumper To Bumper 100 Goody's Dash Series, NASCAR Touring Race 10 of 18 Events
WHERE: Summerville Speedway, Summerville, S. C. .4000-Mile Paved
WHEN: Saturday, July 1 2000
DISTANCE: 100 Laps (25 Miles)
POSTED AWARDS: $22,050
FIELD: 28 Cars. Twenty-six starting positions will be determined through two laps of qualifying. Two additional positions will be available to any driver in the top 30 current 2000 Goody's Dash Series, NASCAR Touring Championship point standings who have not qualified for one of the original 26 positions, provided eligible driver attempts to qualify in qualifying events. Official point standings and not time trial speed will determine these positions.
SANCTION: National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. (NASCAR)
PROMOTER: C. Powell Enterprises, Inc.
TELEVISION: None SCHEDULE: Saturday, July 1 2000 10:30 a.m. Registration Opens & Haulers Park 11:00 a.m. Pit Gates Open 1:00 p.m. Draw For Qualifying 1:30 p.m. Mandatory Meeting - All Drivers and Rookies 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Practice 4:15 p.m. - Mandatory Driver/Crew Chief Meeting at Goody's Dash Trailer 6:00 p.m. - Qualifying (2 Laps) 7:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Autograph Session THE RACE: The Sky Fire presented by WCSC TV 5/Bumper To Bumper 120 will be the 10th of 18 races on the 2000 Goody's Dash Series, NASCAR Touring Schedule. This race will be the shortest the series runs on a short-track in 2000. Normally 125-laps make up a series event. Cautions will count towards total race laps and the race can end with a checkered flag or a green-white-checkered flag situation.
RECORDS: DRIVER DATE TIME/SPEED Qualifying: Robert Huffman July 4 1998 16.232 Secs/88.710 mph Race: Mickey York March 27 1993 34 Mins/18 Secs 69.970 mph
EVENT REVIEW: 1999 Goody's Dash Series, NASCAR Touring NAPA Filter Rookie of the Year Jimmy Britts will always have found memories of this race track. Britts won his first series event here in 1999 after starting on the outside front row to pole winner David Hutto. Britts took the lead from Hutto on lap 50 when Hutto's machine drifted high in turn one. He then was able to hold off Jake Hobgood and two rookie contenders Brandon Head and Zach Brewer to preserve his first win. Ironically Britts' first win came in a borrowed race car. Britts rented a car from Scott Weaver after Britts' car had a motor break in the previous event.
1999 Top 10 At Stats: Summerville Speedway Bud Pole: David Hutto 1. Jimmy Britts Time of Race 47 Mins 15 Secs 2. Jake Hobgood Average Speed: 54.857 mph 3. Brandon Head Margin of Victory: .524 Secs 4. Zach Brewer Caution Flags: 7 Cautions for 37 Laps 5. Eddie Kelley Lap Leaders: David Hutto, 1-49; 6. David Hutto Jimmy Britts, 50-108 7. Robert Huffman 8. Justin Hobgood 9. Ned Combs 10. Ricky Bryant
NOTES OF INTEREST: (1) This event starts the second half-way of the 2000 racing season for drivers with the series. (2) This will be the 19th race run at this speedplant since the track was paved in 1987. (3) Twelve different drivers have won series events at Summerville in 18 races. (4) Two drivers have won three races here, Larry Caudill and Mickey York. (5) Jimmy Britts, Edward Howell and Robert Huffman are the only current series (4) drivers who have won at this track.
PARTICIPATING AWARDS SPONSORS: Anheuser-Busch, Gatorade, Goody's, Goody's Consistency Award, NAPA Oil Filters, NGK Spark Plugs, Pontiac Racing, Stef's Oil Pans, Tilton Engineering, Toyota, Wiseco Pistons and "76" Race Gasoline.