Due to the amount of rain received at the track and the impending forecast, track officials have made the decision to cancel tonight’s racing activities. The next scheduled event for CLR is Saturday night, August 16. This will be Kid’s Night. Kids will have the opportunity to race their bicycles on the same track as their favorite drivers. Five divisions of racing action are on the card including the Late Models, ARCO Restoration Thunder & Lightning, Super Stock Four Cylinders, Pure Stock Four Cylinders, and PL Woodard Pure Stock V-8. Pit gates open at 4:00, grandstands at 5:00 and practice is slated for 7:00. Grandstand admission is $15 for adults, $5 for kids 11-15, and Free for kids 10 & under. Pit admission is $25. We hope to see you next Saturday night at THE LINE!
A beautiful sun greeted spectators, drivers, crews & staff today for the ARCO Restoration Summer Slam sponsored by ARCO Restoration. With 5 full classes of racing ready to go, everyone was excited to get cars on the track.
Our first event of the night, the Super Stock 4 Cylinders, lined up outside turn 4 with Hunter Bailey & Bill Winstead on the front row. Bill WInstead would take the point out of turn 2 with a powerful drive off the top of the track. Hunter Bailey fell into 2nd followed by Jason Horne, James Manning & Eric Hill. The yellow would come out on lap 2 for a spin over in turn 4 but we were quickly back green. Winstead leads H. Bailey, Horne, Manning & Hill. Back in 7th and 8th spot, Jamie Bailey & John Proctor would battle over that spot with Bailey holding it and Proctor wanting it. Up front, Bailey pulled alongside Winstead to challenge for the lead and slight contact was made resulting in a flat tire for Bailey. Back green with Winstead leading a very hard charging Horne, Hill, Manning & John Proctor. Side by side all the way out of turn 4 into turn 1 & 2, and down the backstretch as we came to the half-way mark. Austin Holcombe would have some contact from Jamie Bailey over in turn 4 on lap 13 which would result in Holcombe going down the hot pit. After getting Holcombe’s car towed to the pits, we were back green with Winstead leading Horne, but Winstead wouldn’t hold that lead for long as Horne made his way around to take the point. Horne would lead the final laps as this race as he took the checkers. Bill Winstead came home 2nd followed by John Proctor, Hunter Bailey who recovered from an earlier flat tire, and James Manning.
Next up, the PL Woodard Pure Stock V8 division with Wade Ferrell & Willie Schwann on the front row. Wade Ferrell would take the lead followed by ROy Hall, Gary WHitley, Phillip Lamm. Caution out early for 2 cars spinning over in turn 3, but we were back green with Ferrell leading the way. Ferrell held off a hard charge from Hall, but Hall slipped just a bit allowing Whitley to take over 2nd spot. Whitley tried to get around Ferrell, to no avail. Caution again for Mike Wall & Anthony Silveri, but again, we were back green. Ferrell held off Whitley to bring home his 8th win of the season. He was followed by Gary Whitely, Roy Hall, Phillip Lamm & Willie Schwann.
The always exciting Pure Stock 4 cylinder division with Gary Dillon and Cooper Edwards on the front row. Dillon jumped out to the lead followed by Edwards, Michael Webb, Joey Morgan & Robby Causby. Caution out lap 2 for a spin and almost pile up of several cars in turn 4. Luckily, only 1 car went around & several made evasive maneuvers to avoid the possible pile up. Back green with Dillon leading Webb, Causby, Edwards and Timmy Mills. Lap 7 would see another caution for some debris over in turn 2, and once track staff removed it, we were back green with Dillon leading Webb, Causby, Edwards & Mills. Lap 13 would see 5th place Mills exit the track giving the 5th spot to JP Brantley. Gary Dillon would bring home his 9th win of the year followed by Michael Webb, Robby Causby, Cooper Edwards & JP Brantley.
After a pace lap led by our primary sponsor, ARCO Restoration, Skeeter Liles would lead this 14 car field to the green flag. Skeeter Liles took the lead followed by Lane Proctor, Matthew Bissette, Mark Boykin & Scott Baines. Lap 2 would see a caution for a spin over in turn 4 and after clearing the track we were back green with Skeeter Liles leading. Lap 4 would see another caution over in turn 4 for a spin, and after a push by track staff we were back green with Liles leading Lane Proctor, Matthew Bissette, Mark Boykin & Scott Baines. Back green with Skeeter Liles leading Proctor, Bissette, Boykin & Spud Liles. By lap 15, the leader was lapping traffic. Lap 17 would see the caution out again for Jeff Stott who spun over in turn 3. Back green with 3 to go, Skeeter Liles still leading. Skeeter Liles would bring the win followed by Lane Proctor, Matthew Bissette, Mark Boykin & Spud Liles.
Our final event of the night, the Late Models, would line up with thundering motors over in turn 4 with Michael Batten on the pole. Batten qualified earlier with a 14.661. On his outside, the Kamikaze Kid, Dustin Mitchell. Mitchell would get the lead out of turn 2 on the high side followed by Michael Batten, Christian Joyner, Roger Lucas & Christian Thomas. Just as the leader crossed the stripe to complete lap 1, Carlton Toney would go around in turn 4 bringing out the caution. After he was situated, we were back green with Mitchell leading. Lap 10 would see the caution as Spencer Liggon hit the wall hard right out of turn 2. Back green with Mitchell leading Batten, Joyner, Lucas & Thomas. Dustin Mitchell would simply dominate this 30 lap feature, lapping cars with ease as the laps wound down. Bringing home his 3rd win of the season, Dustin Mitchell takes the checkers. He was followed by Michael Batten, Christian Joyner, Roger Lucas & Christian Thomas.
Just a reminder, County Line will be closed next Saturday, but will return to a regular schedule on July 26th for the PL Woodard & Company Pure Stock V-8 Special. We’ll also have the Late Models, Thunder & Lightning, Super Stock Four Cylinders & Pure Stock Four Cylinders. As always, if you have any questions, please call the track at 252-985-1949, check our website at www.countylineracewaync.com, www.localracechat.com, our twitter or Facebook. Thanks for your continued support & we’ll see you July 26th at the Line.
One could not have asked for better weather as everyone rolled into County Line Raceway for the I 95 Late Model Challenge. With $2500 on the line, it was anyone’s race to win tonight. Also on the schedule, the Super Stock 4 Cylinders, Pure Stock 4 Cylinders, Pure Stock V8’s & the Open Wheel Modifieds.
After a wonderful 4 wide salute to the fans by all the drivers of County Line Raceway, we were ready to go green for our first feature!
Our first event, the Super Stock 4 cylinders would line up with John Carroll & Damien Bryant on the front row. Coming out of turn 2, Austin Holcombe would take over the 2nd spot and make a pass on Damien Bryant for the lead, taking the top spot out of turn 3. James Bailey would take over 2nd spot followed by Damien Bryant, John Carroll & John Proctor. Proctor would slow over in turn 4 with a right rear flat, bringing out the caution, and as he was coming down the hot pit, Damien Bryant would also pit, as he also suffered a flat. Back green with Holcombe leading J. Bailey, Glenn Bottoms, John Carroll & Jesse Duke. Caution again for the 2 of Lee Hicks who got out of shape out of turn 4 and ended up on the berm at the hot pit. With 3 laps complete, we were back green with Holcombe leading J. Bailey, Bottoms, Carroll & Duke. John Proctor moved his way into the top 5 taking over the 5th spot from Duke and started challenging John Carroll for 4th spot. He would complete the pass in turn 3. Proctor would move around Glenn Bottoms on the high side to take over 3rd and set his sights on 2nd place James Bailey. Michael Hill would bring out the caution when he slowed in front of the field over in turn 3. Back green with 10 laps complete, Austin Holcombe leads James Bailey, John Proctor, Hunter Bailey & Glenn Bottoms. Austin Holcombe continued to pace the field while behind him it was a 3 car battle for 2nd spot. James Bailey had it, but Hunter Bailey & John Proctor wanted it. Proctor went high, but couldn’t complete the pass and slipped back to 4th behind Hunter Bailey. Austin Holcombe would bring home the win followed by James Bailey, Hunter Bailey, John Proctor & Glenn Bottoms.
Up next, the PL Woodard Pure Stock V8 division with Wade Ferrell & Gary Whitley leading the field to green. Gary Whitley would take the point out of turn 2 followed by Wade Ferrell, Roy Hall, Anthony Silveri & Willie Schwann. Kyle Howard would bring out the first caution of the night with a spin over in turn 4 on lap 2. Back green with Whitley leading Ferrell, Hall, Silveri & Carly Fulghum. Working lap 6 and Wade Ferrell is trying to close in on Whitley for the lead. Roy Hall still held on to 3rd spot followed by Carly Fulghum & Anthony Silveri. As the laps wound down, it appeared that Gary Whitley would run away with until coming to the white flag, he suffered a mechanical failure that would slow him drastically in turn 4 allowing Wade Ferrell to get around him for the win. Roy Hall came home 2nd followed by Carly Fulghum, Willie Schwann & Anthony Silveri.
The return of the Open Wheel Modifieds would see Ryan Toole & Matt Quade on the front row. Ryan Toole would take the lead quickly out of turn 2 followed by Matt Quade, Eric Bentley, Brian Anderson & Greg Brown. Caution would come out for Lance Grady as he slowed on the backstretch, but we were quickly back green. Ryan Toole continued to lead Matt Quade, Eric Bentley, Brian Anderson & Greg Brown. Lap 10 would see the caution again for a couple of cars spinning over in turn 4. Back green with Ryan Toole leading Matt Quade, Eric Bentley, Brian Anderson & Greg Brown. Ryan Toole would go on to bring home his 2nd win in a row followed by Matt Quade, Eric Bentley, Brian Anderson & Greg Brown.
Our 4th feature of the night, the Pure Stock 4 cylinders would line up with Michael Webb & Jeremy Benson on the front row. Webb & Benson would race door to door down the backstretch battling for the lead with Webb coming out in front of Benson. Cooper Edwards, Robby Causby & JP Brantley would round out the top 5. Lap 6 would see the first caution when 5th place JP Brantley spun over in turn 4. Back green with Webb leading Benson, Edwards, Causby & Gary Dillon. Michael Webb would continue to pace the field, closing in on the tail of the field as Gary Dillon worked his up to 2nd spot. Michael Webb would take the white flag a straightaway ahead of Gary Dillon, and as Dillon went into turn 2, he would spin, losing his 2nd place position! Michael Webb would go on to bring home the win followed by Jeremy Benson, Cooper Edwards, David Haggins & Brent Atkinson.
Our final feature, Race #3 in the I95 Challenge, would line up outside of turn 4 with Russell Erwin & Dustin Mitchell on the front row. Russell Erwin would edge out in front of Dustin Mitchell just barely to take the lead. Door to door these 2 would run all the way through turn 3 going into 4, drag racing down the front stretch. As the field came through turn 2, one car would get completely sideways causing a 7 melee. From what race control could see, Daniel Tucker, JP Cascell, Lewis Denton, Dennis Feheley, Robbie Emory, John Eller & Christian Thomas would all suffer damage with a Tucker & Denton being towed to the pits. After clean up, we were back green with Russell Erwin leading Dustin Mitchell, Sean Harrell, Michael Batten & Damon Kotke. Michael Batten would get around Sean Harrell to take over 3rd spot right as Dykes Maynard slowed over in turn 4 to bring out the caution. Back green with Erwin leading Mitchell, Batten, Harrell & Kotke. Lap 17 would see the leader catching the tail of the field as he continued to set a furious pace in this 40 lap feature. Jay Sessoms would suffer an issue that would see him slow in turn 4 bringing out the caution on lap 28. Back green with Erwin continuing to lead Mitchell, Batten, Harrell & Kotke. Erwin would dominate this field, lapping cars with ease as we approached the final laps. With 2 to go, Travis Hair would bring out the caution over in turn 2 and after being towed to the pits, we were back green for the final 2 laps. Russell Erwin leads Dustin Mitchell, Michael Batten, Sean Harrell & Damon Kotke. Three races in the I 95 Late Model Challenge, 3 different winners! Russell Erwin brings home the $2500 paycheck tonight followed by Dustin Mitchell, Michael Batten, Sean Harrell & Damon Kotke.
Be sure to join us next week for a regular line up of racing including Late Model, Thunder & Lightning, Super Stock Four Cylinder, Pure Stock V-8 & Pure Stock Four Cylinder. As always, if you have any questions, please call the track at 252-985-1949, check our website www.countylineracewaync.com, www.localracechat.com, our Facebook or our twitter.
As always, thank you for your continued support of County Line Raceway & we’ll see you next week at the Line.
An absolutely beautiful day greeted driver, crews, fans & staff as everyone was ready for some good ol’ Saturday night dirt racing action. Tonight, we welcomed the Bell & Bell Vintage race cars for the first time. Also on the schedule, the Super Stock 4’s, PL Woodard Pure Stock V8’s, Pure Stock 4’s & the ARCO Restoration Thunder & Lightning.
Up first, our very popular Super Stock 4 division, with John Proctor & John Carroll on the front row. Caution 1 would come out for John Carroll over in turn 4 when he spun on lap 1. Back green with John Proctor leading Brian Medlin, Hunter Bailey, Austin Holcombe & James Bailey. Hunter Bailey would take over 2nd spot from Medlin and start challenging Proctor for the lead. Caution 1 would come out for the J2 of James Bailey & John Carroll when they spun over coming off of turn 4. Back green with Proctor leading Hunter Bailey, Brian Medlin, Austin Holcombe & James Bailey. Hunter Bailey would work his way around Proctor to take the lead on lap 5 as Austin Holcombe would get around Medlin to take over 3rd. Lap 14 would see the caution for Glenn Bottoms over on the backstretch. Tightening the field up, we were back green with Hunter Bailey leading John Proctor, Austin Holcombe, Brian Medlin & James Bailey. Hunter Bailey would lead the remaining laps bringing home his 3rd win in a row. He was followed by John Proctor, Austin Holcombe, Brian Medlin & James Bailey.
Our next feature, the Pure Stock 4’s, lined up on the backstretch with Cooper Edwards & Jeremy Benson leading the field to the green. The man everyone was watching though started at the tail of the field in 11th spot, Gary Dillon. Dillon, who’s won the past 7 races in a row, was already up to 6th spot on lap 3, passing cars on the high side & the low side all around the track. Up front, it was Cooper Edwards leading Jeremy Benson, Cody Keith, Robby Causby & Gary Dillon. Causby would lose 4th spot to Dillon as JP Brantley inched up to Causby’s bumper trying for 5th. Dillon would peak inside 3rd place Cody Keith, taking the position as the exited turn 1. Caution for moisture on the track which would bunch the field back up. Back green with Edwards leading Benson, Dillon, Causby & JP Brantley. Benson would get alongside of Edwards, nudging to take the lead, Dillon behind them waiting to make his move. Edwards would suffer a flat tire slowing him down in front of the field giving Benson the lead. Caution out for Edwards, and under caution, Benson would pit as well moving Gary Dillon to the top of the board. Back green with Gary Dillon leading Robby Causby, Brent Atkinson, JP Brantley & Timmy Mills. Brantley would move around Atkinson for the 4th spot with 2 laps to go. Coming to the checkers, it would be Gary Dillon for the 8th time in a row, Robby Causby, JP Brantley, Brent Atkinson & Timmy Mills.
Lining up on the infield for their 2nd feature, the Bell & Bell Vintage Racecars were ready for their 2nd 15 lap feature. Earl Farmer would take command quickly, leading Jeremy Cumbee, Cameron Norris, III, Joey Babson and WC Bell. Lap 6 would see 3rd place Norris, III go around over in turn 2. Back green with Farmer leading Cumbee, Cameron Norris, III, WC Bell & Willaim Horell. Cameron Norris would make a challenge and take over 2nd spot hoping to make it up to take the lead. Unfortunately the laps would run out and Earl Farmer would bring home the win. He was followed by Cameron Norris, III, Jeremy Cumbee, WC Bell & William Horrell.
Our final event of the night, the ARCO Restoration Thunder & Lightning division lined up for their 20 lap feature with Lane Proctor on the pole. Matthew Bissette would start on the outside. After a shuffle on the start, Proctor would go to the rear of the field due to getting involved in a spin over in turn 4 on lap 1. With no laps complete, we would see a complete restart putting Cy Nelms, Jr. on the front row. Green flag and Nelms take the point quickly followed by Matthew Bissette, Skeeter Liles, Scott Baines & Spud Liles. Lap 13 would see 5th place Liles go behind the wall moving Lane Proctor back into the top 5. Bissette was inches away from the leaders bumper as the laps wound down, trying to get around him to take the lead. With 3 to go Bissette was using all of the racetrack to make his way around Nelms, Jr. but couldn’t complete the pass. Cy Nelms, Jr. would bring home the win followed by Matthew Bissette, Skeeter Liles, Scott Baines & Lane Proctor.
Please join us next week as we host the I-95 Late Model Challenge #3! Friday night, these guys will race at Clary’s for $5000 to win, followed by the 3rd race in the Challenge here at County Line for $2500 to win. Also on the schedule, the Open Wheel Modifieds, Super Stock Four Cylinders, Pure Stock V-8s & Pure Stock Four Cylinders. As always, if you have any questions please call the track at 252-985-1949, check our website at www.countylineracwaync.com, www.localracechat.com, our twitter or Facebook. Thanks so much for your support & we’ll see you next week at the Line!
After a couple of delays for weather, the drivers & fans that stuck it out were ready to see some racing! With all 5 regular divisions scheduled to race, and after some tweaking to the race schedule, we lined up our first class of the night on the backstretch and were ready to go racing.
The Super Stock 4 division would see Austin Holcombe & John Proctor lead the field to green. Proctor & Holcombe would battle hard for the lead right from the start, but Proctor would suffer a mechanical issue on lap 1 that would send him to the pits for attention from his crew. Back green with Holcombe leading Hunter Bailey, James Bailey, Damien Bryant and James Manning. Holcombe would also suffer from a mechanical failure ending his night as Proctor was able to come back out at the tail of the field. Back green with Hunter Bailey pacing the field followed by James Bailey, James Manning, Damien Bryant & Glenn Bottoms. James Bailey, James Manning & Damien Bryant were putting on a show, running bumper to bumper and at times 3 wide fighting for position. Unfortunately, Bryant appeared to lose his engine or suffer some other type of issue that would see his night end with 5 to go. Hunter Bailey lead the field to green with 4 to go followed by James Bailey, James Manning, Glenn Bottoms and Austin Larrison. Hunter Bailey would bring home his 2nd win in a row followed by James Bailey, James Manning, Glenn Bottoms and Austin Larrison.
Our next feature, the Late Models, lined up with Russell Erwin and JC Clary on the front row. Due to weather delays, we were not able to qualify them as normal, but instead lined them up by practice speed. Unfortunately, Russell Erwin would have an issue on the warm up laps that sent him to the inside pits moving Michael Batten to the pole position. Batten would take command of this feature quickly followed by JC Clary, Christian Thomas, Dustin Mitchell and Roger Lucas. Lap 5 would see Erwin make his way onto the track and quickly start working his way through the field. Batten was still out front catching the tail of the field as Dustin Mitchell made his way up to second. Caution out for a car that couldn’t quite make it off the track in turn 2. Quick yellow as we were back green with Batten leading Mitchell, Thomas, Lucas and Clary. Batten was setting a blistering pace with Dustin Mitchell trying everything to get around him. With his first win in sight, the caution would come out with one to go. Christian Thomas, who was running 3rd at the time, spun over in turn 4. Green & white flag at the same time. Batten leading Mitchell, Lucas, Clary & Hair. Michael Batten would lead the final circuit around County Line Raceway to bring home his first win in the Late Model division. He was followed by Dustin Mitchell, Roger Lucas, JC Clary & Travis Hair.
Up next, the ARCO Restoration Thunder & Lightning division with Matthew Bissette & Cy Nelms, Jr. on the front row. Nelms, Jr would lead briefly but Bissette was able to get around him and bring Skeeter Liles with him. Lane Proctor held onto 3rd, Cy Nelms, Jr. 4th and Mark Boykin in 5th. Matthew Bissette held tight to the lead while Skeeter Liles tried to get up to him but with a 4 car length lead, Liles held onto the 2nd spot as Proctor held of Nelms, Jr for 3rd. Matthew Bissette would lead the remaining laps bringing home his first win of 2014. He was followed by Skeeter Liles, Lane Proctor, Cy Nelms, Jr & Mark Boykin.
Our next feature, the Pure Stock 4 division lined up on the backstretch with Brent Atkinson and Tim Mills on the front row. Atkinson would take the point followed by Tim Mills, Lee Hardie, Cooper Edwards & Robby Causby. Gary Dillon, who’s won 6 races in a row & had to start at the rear again this week had already moved up to 6th by lap 4. Lap 5 would see him get around Robby Causby to take over 5th and challenge Cooper Edwards for 4th. Dillon would get around Edwards and Lee Hardie taking over 3rd spot, while out front, Tim Mills took over the lead from Atkinson. Gary Dillon passed Atkinson to take over 2nd spot and as they crossed the line to complete lap 7, Courtney Ray would slow right in front of Dillon! Utilizing good driving, Dillon was able to get by her & maintain control. Back green and Gary Dillon was quickly challenging Mills for the lead. Cooper Edwards, running 3rd, challenged Brent Atkinson for the 2nd spot, only to make minor contact causing them both to spin on the backstretch. With 6 to go, Tim Mills lead Gary Dillon, Lee Hardie, Robby Causby & Jeremy Benson to the green flag. Going on the high side, Gary Dillon went around Mills to take the lead. Caution again when Brent Atkinson slowed in turn 4. Back green with 5 to go, Gary Dillon leading Tim Mills, Lee Hardie, Robby Causby & Jeremy Benson. Lee Hardie, running 3rd would bring out the caution on lap 13. Back green with Dillon leading Mills, Causby, Benson & Cody Keith. Gary Dillon would bring home his 7th win in a row followed by Tim Mills, Jeremy Benson, Robby Causby & Cody Keith.
Our final feature of the night, the PL Woodard Pure Stock V8 division with Gary Whitley & Paul Peele on the front row. Gary Whitley would take the point followed by Roy Hall, Paul Peele, Amanda Liles & Willie Schwann. Wade Ferrell, who started last, had worked his way up into the top 5 by lap 6 as Paul Peele fought to hold onto 4th spot as Wade Ferrell go along side him. Ferrell would complete the pass to take over 4th just as a slow car brought out the caution. Peele would spin over in turn 4 on lap 9 bringing out the caution again. Back green with Whitley leading Roy Hall, Amanda Liles, Wade Ferrell & Phillip Lamm. Wade Ferrell would get around Amanda Liles to take over 3rd as he set his sights on Roy Hall & that 2nd place position. Gary Whitley would bring home the win followed by Roy Hall, Wade Ferrell, Amanda Liles & Phillip Lamm.
Please be sure to join us next week as we host the Bell & Bell Vintage Racing Series. Also on the schedule, the ARCO Restoration Thunder & Lightning, Super Stock Four Cylinder, PL Woodard Pure Stock V-8 & Pure Stock Four Cylinder. If you have any questions or need more information, please call the track at 252-985-1949 or check our website at www.countylineracewaync.com, www.localracechat.com, our Facebook or our Twitter. Thanks so much for sticking with us through the multiple weather delays, and of course, for your continued support. We’ll see you next week at the Line!
Please be sure to join us next Saturday night as we have our annual Kids Night! Kids will be able to ride on racecars prior to the feature events. On the schedule, the Super Stock 4’s, Pure Stock 4’s, Pure Stock V8’s, Thunder & Lightning & the Late Models. If you have any questions, please contact the track at 252-985-1949, or check the track’s website at www.countylineracewaync.com, www.localracechcat.com, our Facebook page or our twitter. Thanks so much for all your support and we’ll see you next week at the Line!
Thanks for all of your support & we will see you next week at the Line.
Be sure to join us next week as we host the Super Stock Four Cylinder Special! This very popular class will battle it out for 20 laps & $650!! Also on the schedule, the Late Model, Thunder & Lightning, Pure Stock V-8 & Pure Stock Four Cylinder. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to call the track at 252-985-1949, check our website at www.countylineracewaync.com, www.localracechat.com, our Facebook or twitter.
Thanks so much & we’ll see you next week at the Line!
Our final regular event of the night, the Pure Stock 4 cylinder division lined up with Gary Dillon & Michael Webb on the front row. Dillon quickly took command of this race followed by Michael Webb, Brent Atkinson, David Haggans & Robby Causby. With Gary Dillon setting a fast pace, the rest of the field jockeyed for position, trying to move up through the field. As the laps wound down, Dillon continued to dominate, followed by Michael Webb, Brent Atkinson, David Haggans & Robby Causby. When the checkers fell, it would be Gary Dillon, Michael Webb, Brent Atkinson, David Haggans & Robby Causby.
We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Lee Motor Group. Lee Motor Group has come on board to sponsor County Line Raceway’s weekly racing series. A five year deal has been inked for weekly racing events to know be known as the County Line Raceway Weekly Racing Series Presented by Lee Motor Group. We welcome Lee Motor Group to the County Line Raceway family and we look forward to working with you.
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