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P.R.O. Super Late Model Series Opener At Columbus Draws Near

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P.R.O. Super Late Model Series Opener At Columbus Draws Near

Post  tennesseeracefan on 2010-03-04, 04:23

P.R.O. Super Late Model Series Opener At Columbus Draws Near

Columbus, Mississippi (03/03/10) – The Promoters Racing Organization (P.R.O.) Super Late Model Series will hosts its inaugural event in a little over a week as it invades Columbus Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi on Saturday, March 13th.

The newly formed P.R.O. Series was designed with two thoughts in mind. First, the tour wanted to give Super Late Model racers in the Mississippi/Tennessee/Alabama/Arkansas area a place to race close to home for purses that they could afford to race their cars. Secondly, the sanction wanted to have special event purses that would allow tracks to afford having a Super Late Model special. With eleven races already on the docket, and more still to be added things have come to fruition.

Drivers have also begun to voice their intent to compete for the tour championship. Drivers, who have indicated an intent to possibly contend for the title already include Neil Baggett, Rick Rickman, Ross Camponovo, Kyle Beard, Brian Rickman, Ray Mauldin, Anthony Burroughs, Mark Dodson, Ray Mauldin, Klint Byars, Dean Carpenter, Jason Milam, Jeremy Glasgow, Johnny Stokes, Stacy Caldwell, Chris Ragan, and more.

Drivers, who run for the tour P.R.O. Championship will be presented with a unique opportunity. They will be eligible for the P.R.O. point’s fund, which boasts at least $5,000 to the champion, and a top ten payout that will be determined by sponsorship and entry fees. There is no membership fee required to be eligible for the P.R.O. point’s fund, and a driver’s ten best finishes count toward the final point’s standings.

Drivers, who run the P.R.O. Super Late Model Series will also be eligible for the NeSmith Super Late Model Series point’s fund if they buy a $100 NeSmith membership. The best ten finishes from each driver in P.R.O. series action will be counted toward the point’s fund in the NeSmith Super Late Model Series as well, which boasts a $10,000 first place prize for the point’s fund. As a result, if a driver opts to buy a NeSmith membership, then they will be eligible for two point’s fund, and a total possible point’s prize of $15,000 for just running at least ten events with the P.R.O. tour!

In addition to the other posted prizes, if a driver wins the NeSmith Super Late Model Series title utilizing a CT525 motor, then they will receive an additional $5,000 bonus.

The P.R.O. tour will roar to life on Saturday, March 13th at “The Baddest Bullring in the South,” Columbus Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi. The event will feature a $2,000 to win/$200 to start, 40 lap main event. For more information on Columbus Speedway, please visit www.ColumbusSpeedway.net .

Also, racers please note that starting with the second tour event, which will be a $2,500 to win/$250 to start program on Saturday, March 20th at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, Alabama, the Winner’s Circle payout will be in effect, which will reward the top ten drivers in the point standings after the Columbus Speedway event with tow money, which equates to as much as $200 per driver. For the complete Winner’s Circle payout, please visit the Rules page at www.ProDirtCarSeries.com .

The P.R.O. Super Late Model Series would to like to thank all of their sponsors including NeSmith, Southern Belle, Hoosier Race Tire, American Race Tire, MRC Racing Collectables, GRT Race Cars, MSRMafia.com, Maximum Signs & Graphics, and MidSouthRacing.com .

The tour is currently looking for more associate and contingency sponsors. If you have an interest in becoming a marketing partner with the P.R.O. Super Late Model Series, please contact Mike Mauldin at 662-213-3047.

For more information on the P.R.O. tour please visit www.PRODirtCarSeries.com .

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Re: P.R.O. Super Late Model Series Opener At Columbus Draws Near

Post  tennesseeracefan on 2010-03-09, 10:59

Driver's that are expected to attend

WFO - Brian Rickman (Columbus, MS)
4 - Jay Burchfield (Columbus, MS)
5 - Klint Byars (Carrolton, MS)
7 - Jeremy Glasgow (Caledonia, MS)
9 - Ray Mauldin (Fulton, MS)
10 - Leon Henderson (Brandon, MS)
12 - Chad Winkles (Falkville, AL)
18 - Ross Camponovo (Clarksdale, MS)
21 - Neil Baggett (Shannon, MS)
28 - Bradley Price (Hamilton, AL)
32 - Mark Dodson (Caledonia, MS)
33 - David Brannon (Huntland, TN) TENTATIVE
33 - Eric Cooley (Fulton, MS)
34 - Bo Gordon (Shaw, MS)
38 - Chase Washington (Houlk, MS)
51 - Dean Carpenter (Coldwater, MS)
54 - David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS)
54c - Stacey Caldwell (Nettleton, MS)
57 - Roger Shirley (Meridian, MS)
82 - Jason Milam (Baldwyn, MS)
86 - Kyle Beard (Trumann, AR)
86 - Rick Rickman (Columbus, MS)
88H - Hunter Carroll (Columbus, MS)
121 - Anthony Burroughs (Muscle Shoals, AL)
212 - Josh Putnam (Killen, AL)
760 - Jimbo McDuffie (Meridian, MS)

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