$10,000 To Win-modoc 100

2010 FASTRAK Season Opener - FASTRAK National Touring Event
$10,000 To Win ?Modoc 100? March 5TH & 6TH
Modoc Speedway to be FASTRAK Sanctioned in 2010

Open practice on March 4th at 7pm

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Carnesville, GA (Feb-2) In the winter months preceding 2009, Modoc Speedway owner Brian Stewart had made the decision that he wanted to kick off the year long 25th Anniversary Celebration at Modoc Speedway in a big way. The byproduct of Stewart?s ?outside of the box? thinking was the ?Modoc 100?. The event would mark only the second time in the 25 years Modoc Speedway has stood where 100 laps has been the distance of ANY event at Modoc. Already committed to FASTRAK weekly sanctioning at Modoc Speedway in 2009, Stewart along with FASTRAK Racing Series Founder & CEO Stan Lester gave life to the $10,000 to win Modoc 100. The event would kick off the 2009 season for both Modoc Speedway and the FASTRAK Racing Series with the added distinction of being the largest season opening event in the history of FASTRAK. The event would also mark the biggest season opening event for any series in the country competing on the GM 602 and 604 ?crate? engine platforms.

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Partners of the FASTRAK Racing Series Include: Hoosier Racing Tire, GM Performance Parts, City Chevrolet, Heintz Performance, Vicci Apparel, RaceCeiver, Schoenfeld Headers, VP Racing Fuels, OldMansGarage.com, Mastersbilt Race Cars, Team GRT, T.N.T.Race Cars, Rocket Chassis, and Beyea Headers. Become a FASTRAK PARTNER! Contact FASTRAK at 678-935-7304 for partnership or single event packages.

*THE FASTRAK SERIES is based on the GM crate engine program using both the 602 and 604 engine types. All teams utilize Hoosier Racing Tire as the ?spec tire? brand of the FASTRAK Racing Series allowing team?s tremendous savings in both engine and tire expense. The National Championship of the FASTRAK RACING SERIES is one of the largest in the United States.