South Boston qualifying notes 2003-11-14

(South Boston, VA) Deac McCaskill, the defending pole winner of the Bailey's 300 proved he knew his way around the tight .410 mile oval of Big Daddy's South Boston Speedway by seizing the pole again in the Bailey's 300 Hometown Challenge...

(South Boston, VA) Deac McCaskill, the defending pole winner of the Bailey's 300 proved he knew his way around the tight .410 mile oval of Big Daddy's South Boston Speedway by seizing the pole again in the Bailey's 300 Hometown Challenge presented by Virginia is for Lovers with a blistering lap of 91.708mph (15.702sec).

With a cool track and clear skies, 50 cars attempted to master the oval for entry into the Bailey's event. The Top 15 have locked in their starting positions for the 300-lap main event with the remaining 21 spots being determined via 3 heat races and a 50-lap "Last Chance" race, to be run on Saturday.

On Saturday, November 15, grandstand gates open at 10:00 am with qualifying races beginning at 12 noon and a "last chance" race set for 1:30 pm. The debut of the Ford Focus Midgets main event is scheduled for 2:15 pm. The Bailey's 300 will begin at 3:00 pm. Admission for Saturday is $20 for Adult General Admission, $30 for Reserved Seats, $10 for youth 10-15 and children nine and under is as always, free. A $15 Backstretch ticket will also be available on raceday only.

For tickets and more information contact the speedway at 1-877-440-1540 or by logging on to www.southbostonspeedway.com

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