NEW OUTLAW DOORSLAMMER SERIES


Holly Springs, MS---Two of Drag racing most innovative men have teamed to present the Inaugural Six Race Outlaw Doorslammer Series in 2010. George Howard, the owner of Holly Springs Motorsports Park and best known for his $1,000,000 race and Roy Hill, the Hall of Fame Racer and owner of Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School have created a powerful 6 event Heads-Up Series this season at five tracks throughout the Southeast.

 

 

The schedule includes the Spring Fling April 30, May 1 and 2 at Holly Springs Motorsports Park in MS, South Carolina Spectacular at Orangeburg Dragway June 4, 5 and 6, the Georgia Rumble at Silver Dollar Dragway, Reynolds, GA July 9, 10 and 11, Summer Thunder at  Piedmont Dragway, Greensboro, NC August 13, 14 and 15, Fall Bash at Palm Beach Int’l Raceway, West Palm Beach, FL September 17, 18 and 19 and Holly Springs on October 15, 16 and 17 with the Big Buck Outlaw Finals.

 

There will be nine classes at each event including the Outlaw 10.5 class which pays $10,000 to win, the Dart Machinery Pro Modifieds which pays $5,000 to win and the Griffin Radiators Limited Street class which also pays $5,000 to win. The heads-up Goodyear Tire & Rubber 275 DOT Radial Tire class also pays $2500 to win. The five index based classes include the Diamond Pistons 4.70 class paying $2500 to win, the Borla Exhaust 5.0 class paying $2000 to win, Brown & Miller 5.30 paying $2000 to win, 6.0 class paying $1500 to win and the 7.0 class paying $1500 to win.

 

“We have put together a series designed for racers”, exclaimed Howard. “Our top 16 drivers in the Outlaw 10.5 class, as long as they run all six events will compete in a $50,001 winner take all shoot-out at Holly Springs at our October Big Buck Finals event which is the largest payout ever for an Outlaw race “.

 

Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School will hold a one day school and experience for anyone the Friday of an event at each track. Race a sleek new Mustang, get a ride in a dragster or combine the two for Roy’s Ride N’ Drive program. Racers can bring their own car and have a test and tune with Roy also. For information check out our website at www.royhillsdragracing.com.

 

“This is more than just a drag race, this is entertainment”, added Howard. “We will select lucky fans on Saturday and Sunday to race in a shoot-out to win cash and prizes in the Roy Hill Drag Racing School Mustangs. We will have a manufacturer’s midway and exciting grudge races”. Hayes Jewelers of Lexington, NC will provide the series trophies and plaques as well as a contest for lucky fans to win some great prizes.

 

2010 Champions will be crowned at the Outlaw Doorslammer Big Buck Finals in October culminating a great year of racing. For more information about the series or to receive all press information please contact George Howard at 205-616-4490.


Holly Springs, MS---Two of Drag racing most innovative men have teamed to present the Inaugural Six Race Outlaw Doorslammer Series in 2010. George Howard, the owner of Holly Springs Motorsports Park and best known for his $1,000,000 race and Roy Hill, the Hall of Fame Racer and owner of Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School have created a powerful 6 event Heads-Up Series this season at five tracks throughout the Southeast.

 

 

The schedule includes the Spring Fling April 30, May 1 and 2 at Holly Springs Motorsports Park in MS, South Carolina Spectacular at Orangeburg Dragway June 4, 5 and 6, the Georgia Rumble at Silver Dollar Dragway, Reynolds, GA July 9, 10 and 11, Summer Thunder at  Piedmont Dragway, Greensboro, NC August 13, 14 and 15, Fall Bash at Palm Beach Int’l Raceway, West Palm Beach, FL September 17, 18 and 19 and Holly Springs on October 15, 16 and 17 with the Big Buck Outlaw Finals.

 

There will be nine classes at each event including the Outlaw 10.5 class which pays $10,000 to win, the Dart Machinery Pro Modifieds which pays $5,000 to win and the Griffin Radiators Limited Street class which also pays $5,000 to win. The heads-up Goodyear Tire & Rubber 275 DOT Radial Tire class also pays $2500 to win. The five index based classes include the Diamond Pistons 4.70 class paying $2500 to win, the Borla Exhaust 5.0 class paying $2000 to win, Brown & Miller 5.30 paying $2000 to win, 6.0 class paying $1500 to win and the 7.0 class paying $1500 to win.

 

“We have put together a series designed for racers”, exclaimed Howard. “Our top 16 drivers in the Outlaw 10.5 class, as long as they run all six events will compete in a $50,001 winner take all shoot-out at Holly Springs at our October Big Buck Finals event which is the largest payout ever for an Outlaw race “.

 

Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School will hold a one day school and experience for anyone the Friday of an event at each track. Race a sleek new Mustang, get a ride in a dragster or combine the two for Roy’s Ride N’ Drive program. Racers can bring their own car and have a test and tune with Roy also. For information check out our website at www.royhillsdragracing.com.

 

“This is more than just a drag race, this is entertainment”, added Howard. “We will select lucky fans on Saturday and Sunday to race in a shoot-out to win cash and prizes in the Roy Hill Drag Racing School Mustangs. We will have a manufacturer’s midway and exciting grudge races”. Hayes Jewelers of Lexington, NC will provide the series trophies and plaques as well as a contest for lucky fans to win some great prizes.

 

2010 Champions will be crowned at the Outlaw Doorslammer Big Buck Finals in October culminating a great year of racing. For more information about the series or to receive all press information please contact George Howard at 205-616-4490.



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