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May 10th Sportsman/May 24th LIMITED LATE MODELS
Written by RaceJunkie   
Tuesday, 06 May 2008
May 10th will be clarys last true sportsman race. That class will be converted to a LIMITED LATE MODEL class. The fist Limited Late Model race will be May 24th. Rules for this class will be posted by Friday May 2nd.The date's we will run this new class are as follows

  • May 24th
  • June 7th
  • July 5th
  • July 19th
  • Aug 2nd
  • Aug 30th
  • Sep 13th
Written by joe   
Wednesday, 30 April 2008
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 06 May 2008 )
Nash Brick and Clary's Speedway Team Up for 2008 Season
Written by Marcia Reed   
Monday, 21 April 2008
Press Release  - For Immediate ReleaseApril 21, 2008
Ita, North Carolina

Raceway Promotions of Clary’s Speedway and Nash Brick Company are pleased to announce a renewed marketing association to promote racing at the “Ring of Fire” in Brinkleyville, NC.

As a part of this agreement between Clary’s Promoters and Nash Brick, the Super Late Model Division will again be advertised as the “Nash Brick Super Late Model Division.”

Clary’s Speedway is a 3/10 mile high banked clay oval track located in Brinkleyville, North Carolina.  Racing five divisions most Saturday nights – gates open at 3:00 and drivers meeting starts at 5:30. 
“Since we really enjoyed our relationship with the track last year, it was an easy decision to team with Clary’s and RWP this year” said Executive Vice-President Don Bowden.  “Just as Nash Brick provides the superior exterior cladding of choice, Clary’s “Ring of Fire” provides the superior speedway of choice.  We have supported this track in a variety of ways; we stepped up our support last year and look forward to stepping up again this year.”

“Clary’s Speedway looks forward to working with Nash Brick on promotions and advertising endeavors with the Nash Brick Super Late Models and with some of the other classes.” said RWP President Jonathan Dunlow.  “We expect to announce soon that plans are underway for a National Championship race to be held near the end of the season.”

“Since we use that same red clay as Clary’s racing surface in our ‘Ring of Fire’ to produce the best brick manufactured in eastern North Carolina, we will again be providing the unique, sculpted brick trophies to the feature winners of the Nash Brick Super Late Models.” said Jeff Wyers Vice-President of Operations for Nash Brick Company.  “We will fire these clay trophies in our ‘Ring of Fire’ to over 2,000 degrees with sawdust - expecting that the racing for the brick will be just as hot as our kiln!”

“The Brick trophy has become very popular,” said Dunlow, “We have had calls from several race teams wanting to know if we would be doing the brick trophy again this year, the answer is yes!”  “You can race for a clock in Martinsville, a guitar in Nashville, but the only place you can get ‘bricked’ is Clary’s Speedway!” added Bowden. More information can be found at www.clarysspeedway.com or www.localracechat.com 

Nash Brick started in Rocky Mount in 1902.  In 1956 it relocated to its present location in Ita, North Carolina – which is about 8 miles south of Clary’s speedway.  The privately owned company employees 55 people and produces over 30 million bricks per year.  “Our employees work hard to produce an excellent long lasting exterior product for your home” said Bowden. Nash Brick sells face brick locally to contractors, builders and to the general public from their local sales office and internationally through a distributor network.  More information on product selection and sales locations can be found on their website, www.nashbrick.com  
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 April 2008 )
Randy Wrenn Joins Clary's Speedway
Monday, 21 April 2008
Sports photographer Randy Wrenn has joined the Clary's Speedway team as official Track Photographer.  Randy has been a sports photographer in the Roanoke Valley for over eight years and has been Track Photographer in the past.  He can be contacted at (252) 673-1480.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 06 May 2008 )
Tune into WPTM 102.3 for Tickets
Written by RaceJunkie   
Monday, 03 March 2008

Starting Wednesday, April 23 tune into Good Morning Lake Country (7:00-9:00 am) and the Cruise Control (5:00-6:00 pm) to win general admission tickets to Clary's Speedway.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 April 2008 )
3rd Cove to perform at May 10th Race
Written by RaceJunkie   
Monday, 18 February 2008

On May 10th, the band 3rd Cove will perform from 11:00 pm - 1:30 am and will be giving away 50 concert vouchers that can be redeemed for any concert this season at Carolina Crossroads Outdoor Amphitheater.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 April 2008 )
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