Appalachian Mineral Title Company Returns As FASTRAK Sponsor At Tyler County

(Middlebourne, WV) Competitive racing with potential for all racers to rise to a winning level has long been the mantra of the FASTRAK sanction. The Tyler County Speedway’s high banked quarter mile could be used as the poster child for that credo as 11 different winners in the 14 FASTRAK sanctioned events graced ‘The Bullring’s victory lane during the highly competitive 2016 season. Strong indications of a repeat performance for the 2017 season ramps up the excitement building for what will carry ‘Appalachian Mineral Title Company’ as the title sponsor for the FASTRAK Late Model division.

The Hometown Racing Association is excited to announce the return of Appalachian Mineral Title Company, LLC as title sponsor of the FASTRAK Late Model Division at Tyler County Speedway in 2017 for the second consecutive year. Appalachian Mineral Title Company are a family owned business with over 30 years of experience providing record research ranging from pre-lease investigations to detailed abstracts and report preparation. The majority of their work has been performed for oil and gas companies, coal companies and law firms to establish ownership of surface and minerals in anticipation of production operations. The recent Marcellus and Utica Shale development have provided the opportunity to work primarily in Wetzel and Tyler Counties for the past 8 years.

“We are excited to have the opportunity to support Tyler County Speedway, a local track and in addition to sponsoring the FASTRAK Late Model Division, we also sponsor the 23G car of Garrett Jones and the T17 car of Trey Watson. We’d like to wish both of them, as well as all of the drivers at Tyler County Speedway a safe and successful 2017 season” stated Appalachian Mineral Title Company owner Greg Jones.

A recap of the 2016 FASTRAK season would see a who’s who among crate late model racers gracing the ‘Bullring’ victory lane. Pennsylvania invader Kyle Lukon found a home at the ‘Bullring’ and scored a pair of wins that included the 15th Annual Eaton/Childers King of the Ring. With Beckley, WV’s young Henry Hornsby III picking up a pair of wins, including the Brown Jug 40 as part of the Hillbilly 100 weekend, besting some 50+ entries in the $5,000 to win ultra-competitive FASTRAK National Touring event. Aaron Barley’s two wins completed the triumvirate of leading feature winners, while Mike Pegher, Kris Southern, Ryan Montgomery, Derek Rogers, Billy Beachler, Brandon Weigle, Ryan Payne and late model veteran Paul Wilmoth would all snare single victories. Danny Thomas’s season of consistently strong finishes paved the way to the 2016 FASTRAK Late Model track championship. Additionally, class regular Troy Frazier would lock up the FASTRAK Weekly Racing Series Division 6 championship. Young up and coming racers looking to make their mark on the 2017 season include Tyler Stutler (Future Cup Champion in the FASTRAK Mid-Ohio Valley Region), Trey Watson, Garrett Jones, Wylie Ford among others make the class future extremely bright. The future is now at the Tyler County Speedway as the FASTRAK Late Models carry the banner for affordable weekly Late Model racing into a brave new world!

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

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. For complete Tyler County Speedway event information, news stories, ticket info and schedule information for the season, visit 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

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