Tuesday was an “awfully” good night for racing and fun at Cook Out Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Landen Lewis (Boston Reid & Co. Pro division) and Olivia Murray (Outlaws) were among the drivers claiming victory during Round 5’s white-knuckled excitement.
Each summer, the quarter-mile of Charlotte Motor Speedway is flooded with the very best Legend Cars and Bandolero for the Cook Out Summer Shootout, where drivers from all over the country and around the world test their mettle against the toughest grassroots racing competition. One of those drivers, 18-year-old Boston Reid & Co. Legends Pro division’s Justice Calabro, is a shootout regular, but the California native’s path to America’s Home for Racing has been anything but normal.
First-ever “Awful Night” comes to Charlotte Motor Speedway; Clear your calendars, pack up the kids and ask yourself, “Am I ready for the most amazing Tuesday night of my entire week?”
There were plenty of dad jokes on display for “Dad Appreciation Night” at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but when the green flag fell, it was the young guns putting on a white-knuckled showdown on the frontstretch quarter-mile at America’s Home for Racing.
Fifteen-year-old racer Joshua Dickens has big dreams for his racing career. This summer, he is turning his attention to the stiff competition at the CookOut Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway.