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ASCS Sprints @ Cowtown Spwy. on NASCAR weekend

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Saturday, April 14 marks the return of the ASCS Sprint Cars to Cowtown Speedway in Kennedale.

Held during NASCAR weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, last year’s event featured a surprise visit from Nextel Cup Series star Carl Edwards. Carl competed in the ASCS division that night, winning the B-feature and advancing by several competitors in the Championship event to finish 10th.

But the question becomes, will a NASCAR driver surprise the Cowtown crowd again this year?

All indications right now are yes, there will be.

It will not be officially announced as to who the driver is, due to unforeseen last-minute changes that can happen with big-time drivers.

But you can be guaranteed to have a great time at the track, and races start a few hours after the scheduled conclusion of the NASCAR Busch Series event at TMS that day.

Fast Facts for the ASCS Sprint Car event at Cowtown Speedway, on Saturday April 14:

-Pit gates open at 5pm, pit entrance is $30.

-Spectator Grandstands open at 5:00pm; adult tickets are $15, with kids 6-11 $5, ages 3-5 $2.

-Hot laps are at 6:30pm and the first race starts at 7pm.

-Last year there were 32 ASCS sprint cars that competed in the event, a similar field is expected this year. Three regular track classes will compete as well during the evening.

-For more track information, directions or to purchase tickets online, please visit CowtownSpeedway.com. And for information on the ASCS Series, click ASCSRacing.com. If you’d like to see video highlights of last year’s event, you can go to DarinShort.com then click on ‘racing highlights.‘

In other Cowtown Speedway news:

This Wednesday, April 4, we will hold an open practice for all race divisions from 5-9pm.

- Pit passes are $20 each

- The grandstand will not be open on the front stretch

- Concession stand will be open with food and drinks

- Fuel WILL be available

Coming this Saturday, April 7:

- The Dwarf Cars and Mini-Sprints return to Cowtown Speedway. The Cowtown Sprint cars are scheduled 'off' this weekend.

Hope to see you at Cowtown Speedway this weekend and next!

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