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Oregon, WI- Longtime short track racer and track champion and B&B Lawncare owner Fred Boal will again support this summer’s Triple Crown Challenge at Madison International Speedway for Super Late Models. The B&B Lawncare Dash will feature the top six qualifiers for six laps during the June 5, July 10 and August 21 events, with a trophy to the winner of each Dash as well as a healthy point fund to be awarded at season’s end. The top six Dash point earners will share in a minimum $1,600.00 point fund, with $500 going to the B&B Lawncare Dash Champion. Additionally Boal has offered a $1,000.00 for a clean sweep of the Triple Crown.
“The Dash is always such a fun race for the fans, featuring the fastest six cars on any given night.” Stated Boal. “This is a great way for B&B Lawncare to be involved and give something back to the teams as well as fans.” In addition to the Dash, Boal has agreed to sponsor the Fastest Lap Award, with an extra $250 going to the Super Late Model driver turning in the quickest qualifying attempt during the Triple Crown as well as a $500 bonus if that lap is a New Track Record. With the four barrel carburetor rules, the speeds promise to be lightning quick for the Super Late Models this summer at Wisconsin’s Fastest Half Mile.
It was recently announced that all three events would be highlighted by 50 lap feature events paying $1,500 to win and $500 to start. The four tire races will give the teams the choice of running any of the three regionally accepted Hoosier Tire combinations. Those combinations are currently the 25/48, 3035/3045 and the 40/50.
The 2015 Madison International Speedway season begins on Sunday afternoon May 3 with the Joe Shear Classic presented by SCAG Power Equipment featuring the ARCA Midwest Tour as well as the Mid-American Stock Car Series and Midwest Trucks at 2pm. Friday night NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing begins on Friday night May 15. For additional information please visit http://www.misracing.com or call the Speedway at 608-835-9700.