From Darin Short out at Cowtown Speedway
With more pleasant spring-like weather conditions in the 70s forecast to return to the D/FW area this week, Cowtown Speedway in Kennedale is set to resume its 2010 racing season with a full night of high-speed racing capped off with a $1,000 to win Demo Derby on Saturday, March 27.Wing Modifieds make their first appearance at Cowtown.
Five exciting racing divisions will take part in the night’s action including: Cowtown Modifieds, Texas Winged Modified Association series, Performance Transmission Limited Modifieds, Winged 600s and Cowtown Bombers.
Then, the first Cowtown Demo Derby of 2010 will take place on the front stretch and the last driver able to withstand the bone-jarring crunches and crashes will receive $1,000. Second place will receive $500 and third will pay $200. Demo Derby rules are posted at the track website.
Grandstand tickets for this full night of racing action are just $12 for adults, with adult reserved-seat tickets $15. General admission for kids (ages 3-5) are $2, youth (ages 6-12) are $5 and reserved-seat tickets for ages 12 and under are $7. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at the track website up until 4 p.m. on race day. All pit passes are $25.
The new 2010, 40-page, racing program will also be available to fans for purchase at the souvenir stand.
Pit gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps around 6:30 and the first green flag dropping at 7 p.m.
For more information, go to: www.cowtownspeedway.com
To view some exciting Modified highlights from three weeks ago, click on the video below: