Princeton Speedway Joins South Eastern Crate Association

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With the 2018 racing season just around the corner, association representatives are pleased to officially welcome Princeton Speedway to the SECA family. Managed by Melvin and Sherlene Bishop, the West Virginia track hosts weekly racing action on Saturday nights. After multiple conversations with track officials, Princeton’s 602 Modified Division will compete under the South Eastern Crate Association banner for the 2018 season.

“I have known the Bishop family for several years now”, said SECA’s Jason Atkins. “Their family and their staff have always been a pleasure to work with. Since the first time I visited the facility several years ago, Princeton has been one of my favorite places to watch racing. The Crate Modified division continues to grow and the addition of Princeton to our growing family of tracks is definitely a step in the right direction. We look forward to working with them to help establish and expand crate modified racing.”

With the addition of Princeton, SECA Crate Modified teams will now have an additional option when it comes to earning weekly championship points. Drivers are reminded that their best 15 finishes are scored for the SECA Crate Modified Championship. For more information about Princeton Speedway, find them on Facebook (Princeton Speedway) or visit them online (princetonspeedway.net)

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