$10,000-to-win NC Modified Nationals Opens Renegades of Dirt Season

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Just thirteen more days separate the biggest names in modified racing from converging on Fayetteville Motor Speedway for the $10,000 to win “North Carolina Modified Nationals!” The field is taking shape with pre-entries pouring in from throughout the East Coast. Seven states are already represented through early entries, all eyeing the lucrative $10,000 to win.

March 14th – 16th The ‘North Carolina Modified Nationals’ returns for its third edition with Kyle Strickler winning the inaugural event at County Line Raceway and David Stremme winning the second annual at Friendship Speedway. The third running promises to be the biggest yet with ‘Boom City” Fayetteville, NC playing host to the Renegades of Dirt. Action kicks off on Thursday night with an all-new fan interactive “Knight of Champions” featuring a who’s who of 2018 champions gathering for a $1,000 to win main event. Only 2018 champions are eligible, all others in attendance will visit for an open practice night. Voting ends today, March 1st. To vote visit the Renegades of Dirt Facebook page.

Furthermore, Friday night will bring the first appearance of the national “Renegades of Dirt Modifieds” as they take center stage for a preliminary ‘Night Before the Nationals’, $1,000 to win, 25 lap main event and their first points stop on the 2019 tour. The weekend comes to its epic conclusion on Saturday night as the ‘most wanted men in modified racing’ battle it out for an incredible $10,000 to win, 50 lap “NC Nationals” crown. In addition, a $500 to win Non-Qualifier is also on the card Saturday night. The $10,000 to win marks the second largest on the tour in 2019 and boasts one of the biggest in the entire United States.

Meanwhile, the action extends even further than just the Renegades of Dirt as the Fayetteville Motor Speedway welcomes the Budweiser Late Models, Legends cars, 602 SportMods, and area ModLites to the weekend. For a complete weekend schedule visit; www.fayettevillemotorspeedway.com.

Gate times are as follows; Thursday Pits open at 5pm, General Admission (G.A.) opens at 6pm with hotlaps scheduled for 7:30 pm. Friday pits open at 4:00 pm, G.A. opens at 6:00 pm with hotlaps scheduled for 7:30 pm. On Saturday event get underway a little sooner with pits opening at 3:00 pm, G.A. opening at 5:00 pm, tech and registration open at 3:30 pm and hotlaps underway at 6pm.

With March’s unpredictable weather patterns event officials will not be selling tickets in advance but look forward to greeting you at the event ticket window on Thursday. Tickets prices for the event will be as follows; Thursday March 14th – Adult GA $5 / Adult Pits $20, Two-Day Pass (15th & 16th) Adult Pit Pass – $60 / Adult G.A. Pass – $30, Friday March 21st Adult GA $15 / Adult Pits $30, Saturday March 22nd Adult GA $20 / Adult Pits $40. Kids 11-15 are $10 per day. Ages ten and under free all weekend. Trackside camping is also available. The official host hotel is Holiday Inn I-95 exit 49 with a special racers rate, plenty of parking, and indoor pool. For hotel accommodations call #910-323-1600. Host facility, Fayetteville Motor Speedway is located at 3035 Whitman Road in Fayetteville, North Carolina. For tickets, camping, hotels and information about the “NC Modified Nationals” call 910-223-RACE (7223) or visit them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/fayettevillemotorspeedway.

Saddle up and hang on as the worlds most wanted Modifieds are riding into your town! It’s time to drop the green and light the pyrotechnics for a high stakes shootout at the East’s baddest Bullrings! Our high horsepower outlaws of open wheel put it all on the line for your viewing pleasure and the lucrative title as the true, Renegade of Dirt! For more information regarding the Renegades of Dirt Modified Tour visit the Renegades of Dirt online at www.renegadesofdirt.com. You can also call Renegade Offices anytime for further information @ 304.771.5051. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/rodconnect or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/renegadesofdirt.

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