FREE Entry for Late Model Teams at this year’s NAPA Auto Parts Gopher 50
Thirty drivers are eligible to receive free entry to this prestigious event featuring the World of Outlaw Late Models.
SPRING VALLEY, MN – July 2, 2013: (Photo Courtesy of Gulbranson Photo) Each year the Blooming Prairie Lions hit the streets and visit local businesses to help make a dream come true for many local late model teams. To many local drivers competing with the World of Outlaw Late Model Series is a once in a lifetime opportunity, however, it’s been an opportunity that the Lions have made possible thanks to the “Team Sponsorship” program.
Competing in the NAPA Auto Parts Gopher 50 isn’t only one of the biggest challenges a local driver will face, but one of the most expensive but thanks to the hard work of so many we’re now able to help.
To be eligible for the program drivers must currently be in the top 20 in track points at Deer Creek Speedway or the top 10 in points in the Blaine Brothers WISSOTA Challenge Series. These 30 drivers will get to compete in this prestigious event for FREE! If you’re one of these 30 drivers your name will be on a list at the pit gate and all you have to do is mention this when you show up.
That’s right, this program pays for their entry fee, driver pit passes and any Transponder or Raceceiver rental fees that may apply to enter an event such as this, fees that can accumulate to over $250 per team. Listed below are the “Team Sponsors” that have donated to the event to make this dream possible.
Central Valley Co-Op
Farmers and Merchants State Bank
Mark Noble Racing
MJC Custom Spraying
Ronald Nelson Restoration
Roberts Specialty Company
Marzolf Implement Co
Olympic Fire Protection
John Schraeder Trucking
Evan Reyna Racing
Wurst Oil Inc
Eagles Club of Rochester
Sorensen & Sorensen Painting
Med City Collision
Snap On – Dan Sween
Teams are also urged to review the recent release by the World of Outlaws in regards to the new tire rule that has been put in place for the Wild West Tour. Information can be found online by clicking here.
Deer Creek Speedway is a high-banked three-eighths-mile clay oval located 11.3 miles south of I-90 (exit 209) on SR 16, then 0.7 mile north on US 63. For more information call 507-754-6107 or visit www.deercreekspeedway.com.