Parity Leads The Way In AMRA Modified Division At Tyler County

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(Middlebourne, WV) Largely due to the Renegades of Dirt notoriety, a wealth of stellar talent among AMRA competitors and impressive purse offerings the Tyler County Speedway has become recognized nationally as a premier facility for the Open Wheel Modified division. The 2 Brothers Motorsports AMRA Modified’ division would see an impressive 11 different winners in 16 events, and read like a “who’s who” for regional Modified stars. A quick rundown of the previous season would see rising national star Jacob Hawkins of Fairmont, WV lead the way with five wins, cruising to the 2016 AMRA and Renegades of Dirt point championships. Lance Elson’s two wins made him the only other Modified driver to enter victory lane multiple times. Jesse Wisecarver cashed in with the 5th Annual ‘Let it Ride 55’ win paying a handsome $5,555 to win, while former EDGE Hotmod ace Chad Smith would pick up the traditional 12th Annual Dickson Classic. Grabbing wins in the Mega Modified weekend were Hawkins, Kyle Strickler and DJ Cline, while North Carolinian Taylor Cook would grab the ‘White Lightnin’event during Hillbilly weekend. Also picking up single wins were veteran Bird Wilson, KC Burdette, Nick Corbitt and Paul Wilmoth.

Prestige and A spanking new Dirt Modified chassis were up for grabs for ‘The Bullring’s 2016 season point champion. Shawn Jett of Salem, West Virginia parlayed a near win in the point season finale into a clinching runner-up finish, making his switch to the open wheelers a success. In garnering his first track championship in an AMRA modified, Jett also took home the highly coveted 2016 2 Brothers Motorsports’ chassis for his season’s hard work. The Hometown Racing Association is pleased to welcome back 2 Brothers Motorsports as title sponsor of the 2017 AMRA Modified division once again.

Based out of Saint Clairsville, Ohio 2 Brothers Motorsports is your Ohio open wheel modified source. 2 Brothers offer chassis’, repairs, and parts for racers looking for the winning edge. Former Tyler County Speedway track champion, longtime supporter and 2 Brothers Motorsports Owner Junior Nolan and his talented race car driver Jacob Hawkins race all over the country, passing on to their customers what they learn in the process, while frequently calling the ‘Bullring’ victory lane home. Be sure to check out www.2brothermotorsports.com for the latest news, results, and product information or call 740-391-2900 or email twobrothersmotorsports@yahoo.com for more information.

“We are super excited to have 2 Brothers Motorsports once again backing our AMRA Modified division in 2017 as Junior has always been a huge part of Tyler County Speedway’s success and 2017 looks to be no different” stated promoter John Watson.

Important 2017 dates for the 2 Brothers Motorsports AMRA Modified division at the ‘Bullring’.

4/8 Sat. Renegades of Dirt 6th Annual ‘Let it Ride 55′ paying $3,055 to win
5/27 Dickson Classic Tuneup
5/28 $1,500 to win 13th Annual Dickson Classic
6/17 Modified Mega Qualifier
6/30 Mega 100 Park, Practice and Party Night
7/1 3rd Annual Mega 100 Twin $3,000 to win Features
7/2 3rd Annual Modified Mega 100 $10,000 to win
9/2 49th Annual Hillbilly 100 $2,000 to win White Lightnin’25

Tyler County Speedway is located 3 ½ miles south of Middlebourne, WV on State Route 18 at the Tyler County Fairgrounds approximately an hour from Wheeling, Clarksburg & Parkersburg. Featuring a spacious scenic campground along the Middle Island Creek with hookups, shelters, playgrounds, shower and bathroom facilities among the many facility amenities to enhance the racing experience at West Virginia’s premier venue for motorsports.

The 2017 season begins with the March Madness Test n’ Tune and Joe Dirt 100 Enduro on Saturday, March 25 followed by the 43rd Annual Season Opener on Saturday Night, April 1st.

For complete Tyler County Speedway event information, news stories, ticket info and schedule information for the season,
visit www.tylercountyspeedwayonline.com or call the track at 304.771.5661 or 304.771.6874 or on Raceday at 304.758.2660. In addition, fans can get social with Tyler County Speedway by following @ The_Bullring on Twitter and clicking ‘Like’ at www.facebook.com/thebullringwv/.

2017 will again showcase the Open Wheel Modified division with several high paying events at a track known as one of the raciest in the nation, fast becoming the playground for the most competitive and finest modified racers in the region.

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