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Things Get Down Right Scary This Saturday Night
Marysville, CA (Oct 24, 2018) – For the final time in 2018, this Saturday night, the sights and sounds of open wheel racing will echo throughout the famed and legendary quarter-mile clay oval Action Track of the West at the Marysville Raceway. The event is called the Gold Fever H & H Trenching Sprint Spooktacular. The race will feature winged 360 sprint cars, wingless sprints, Crate Sprints and RaceSaver Sprints. A spooky good $2,000 is on the line to whatever winged 360 sprint car drivers can pick up the win during the nights main event.
With Halloween just around the corner, the Marysville Raceway is going to host Track or Treat. Competitors are ENCOURAGED to bring a bag of candy to give out during intermission. The race track wants their drivers to bring their cars onto the track and have the kids come down to get some candy. Marysville Raceway will supply the bags for the kids. We also are hoping to see some kids dress up in the Halloween costumes.
This Saturday night, October 27th, the pit gate will open at 3 PM while the front grandstand gate opens at 5 PM. Race cars on the track at 6 PM for wheel pack.
Adult admission into the grandstands is $17.00. Juniors, seniors and military with ID are just $14.00. Kids 6-11 are $6 and five and under are FREE. As always, parking is FREE.
Placerville’s Jimmy Trulli is set to defend his win from last season. Trulli has captured one win in 2018 and will look to put his hands on another Spooktacular trophy. Auburn’s Andy Forsberg is set to add the Spooktacular hardware to his extensive trophy cabinet. Roseville’s Sean Becker brings over 100 career sprint car wins with him to Marysville this Saturday night. Adding the Spooktacular win to his resume would solidify his career. Track champion Mike Monahan is looking to pick up the win and finalize his great season at Marysville. Stockton’s Matt Peterson is an outsider that is looking to steal the local prize money. Upwards of 20 winged sprint car drivers will put the scare in Halloween this Saturday night.
Joining the winged 360 sprint cars will be the wingless sprints. The feature will pay $500 to win, but, if 10 or more cars show up, the win money will be bumped to $750. Same sort of incentive with the Crate division. $400 to win the feature, yet, if 10 or more show up then the winner will receive $500. The RaceSaver Sprints will pay $600 if six competitors show up.
For more information please visit www.marysvilleraceway.com