Tickets & Entry Forms Available for Colossal 100
Inaugural Circle K Colossal 100 winner Scott Bloomquist, World of Outlaws champion Tim McCreadie and Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series titlist Earl Pearson Jr., are among the more than 150 late model drivers expected to battle in this prestigious event.
Featuring total posted awards of $200,000, the Circle K Colossal 100 will conclude with a 100-lap championship feature paying $50,000 to the winner. Thirty-six cars will take the green flag in the main event with each starter guaranteed a minimum of $2,000.
Spread over two nights, the Friday portion of the Circle K Colossal 100 will feature group time trials and heat races. The top two finishers in each heat will secure a spot in the finale and a draw will determine the starting line-up.
Saturday night's program begins with a driver autograph session and the on-track action includes at least four additional qualifying races prior to the main event. The Dirt Track's traditional late model format will be utilized, including the extremely popular double-file restarts where drivers can choose either the inside or outside line.
A provisional starting spot in the 36-car feature field is reserved for the driver with the earliest pre-entry postmark who does not make the main event through the preliminary races. In addition, competitors submitting an official entry application prior to Jan. 21 pay a discounted entry fee of $150, which includes a $60 pit pass for the driver.
An official entry application, featuring rules, event format and main-event payout, can be downloaded from www.charlottemotorspeedway.com/colossalentry.pdf
Reserved seats, good for both nights, are $49 for adults and $19 for children 12 and under. They can be purchased by calling the Charlotte Motor Speedway ticket office at 1-800-455-FANS or online at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.