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|Posted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:41 am Post subject: 2011 Track Schedules/Operations ??
|Seems there are some questions still remaining on some tracks as far as their schedules and operation and some have no worries.
North Alabama, will it be a Friday or Saturday night deal, weekly or specials? Jeff G. is a great guy and I wish him the best as this joint is one cool place to see a show.
Moulton, well ole Bobby C. is back in charge at this fun track that seems to do well every year. Will the Supers run weekly? Will Bobby bring in a touring series? Will they run a late Feb Late Model special like last year?
Talladega, this track will just keep on keepin' on no doubt, only question is who will be announcing the races.
River Valley, haven't a clue. I was told at the last race that the track would open in 2011 with a full schedule released in Feb and run weekly, I have some doubts on both, no offense, no solid info, just a gut feeling.
Fort Payne, Marvin Ford I would say will run his normal and quite successfull weekly deal with maybe a 4th of July special. One of the few tracks that had increases in cars and fans.
Green Valley, looks like this fine speedplant will be a specials only track with maybe 8 to 10 events. Really like GVS as the facility is nice and the track surface is racy and fast. This years Bama Bash should be stout.
Corinth, curious if it will be about the same as last year. One smooth and racy "country style" track with a great atmosphere and hard core fans. Hope they have at least 1 Late Model special.
Shelby County, ???
Little River, ???
Boyds, this great track will just continue no doubt having great shows, a darn good surface and super car and fan counts.
North Georgia, a sweet track that has troubles dogging it every year, bummer, this is one really cool tracks. 2011 remains in serious doubt.
Rome, whenever Rome cracks the gates, great times are assured, love this track. Should have the normal 6 to 8 shows.
Cleveland, another storied track that keeps chuggin' along with many big shows.
Winchester, 2011 looks to be a good year for this storied track.
Duck River, hoping for the best with this track and looking forward to going back, hope they have a great and "full" year. Night of operation?
Thunderhill. this place I liked right when I drove in, Wayne and Carol Burns are great folks that run a unique track, love those high-banks. Looking forward to seeing the season schedule. I see nothing but good things for this speedway.
Tennesse National, never been there but I will make a show in 2011, hope the track is successfull on Friday nights and stays open for all of the year.
Whynot, a no brainer, great track, great racing, they will have a good year, no worries there.
Columbus and Magnolia, 2 kick-rear tracks with most likely smokin' schedules on tap for 2011.
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