USAR: Tri County Speedway 2004 points fund

HUDSON, NC -- Tri County Motor Speedway General Manager Jimmy Wilson has announced an increase in the 2004 points fund for the USAR Weekly Racing Series. The total posted post-season awards will total over $20,000, an increase from $15,000 last ...

HUDSON, NC -- Tri County Motor Speedway General Manager Jimmy Wilson has announced an increase in the 2004 points fund for the USAR Weekly Racing Series. The total posted post-season awards will total over $20,000, an increase from $15,000 last year.

The Tucson Late Model division will pay $2,000 to the 2004 champion, $1,250 to the Super Sport champion and $1,000 to the Street Stock and Mini Stock champions. The new Fast & Furious Division will award a trophy and $100 bonus to the driver who wins the most races in the division.

"We decided to increase the amount of race events in 2004 and we felt the USAR Weekly Racing Series should increase the points fund in addition to the number of races," said Wilson. "In addition to the overall increase in the points fund, we decided to pay the top-15 in our four divisions as well which is an increase from the top-10 from last season."

Tri County Motor Speedway is a 4/10-mile paved oval located in Caldwell County, North Carolina and is preparing to begin its third season operating as the charter member of the USAR Weekly Racing Series. USAR is the sanctioning body of the Hooters ProCup Series.

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