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    Double Wing Action this Fourth of July Weekend for the NOW600 North Texas Region


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    Double Wing Action this Fourth of July Weekend for the NOW600 North Texas Region

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    DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (July 4, 2018) - The RW Chassis and Components NOW600 North Texas Region is doubling up this Fourth of July weekend with Winged A-Class action at RPM and Superbowl.

    On Friday night the series will head for RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas where the Winged A-Class will be in competition.

    Gates on Friday open at 5pm with Racing getting underway at 8pm.

    Saturday night the Restricted 'A' Class division will join the Winged A-Class division at Superbowl Speedway in Greenville, Texas.

    Saturday's action will get started at 8pm with Gates opening at 6pm.

    Chase Brewer leads the NOW600 North Texas Region point standings in the Winged A-Class division. Colby Stubblefield currently sits in second. Brady Ross is third. Fourth is Chance Hull with Ryder Laplante rounding out the top five.

    In Restricted 'A' Class competition, Caleb Rouser leads the way with a 80 point lead over Ryder Laplante. Thomas Hall, Jr. currently sits in third with Tatum Woods fourth and Shelby Price in fifth.


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    NOW600 SERIES –

    The National Open Wheel 600 Series is in its sixth year of showcasing premier micro sprint racing throughout the country. In addition to the Lucas Oil NOW600 National Micro Series presented by MyRacePass, there are five regions – the NOW600 North Texas Region, the NOW600 Desert Region, the NOW600 Mile High Micro Sprints, the NOW600 Mountain West Region and the NOW600 Northeast Region. The featured racing divisions are Stock Non-Wing, Winged ‘A’ Class and Restricted ‘A’ Class. For more information, including the schedule, points and rules, visit http://www.NOW600Series.com.


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    Submitted By: Terry Mattox

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