JOE THE PIZZA DUDE TO VISIT THE BATTLE AT LINCOLN ON TUESDAY, JULY 12 AT THE LINCOLN SPEEDWAY

Date: 7/6/2011 4:54:36 PM

 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE---THANK YOU
CONTACT:    BOB MILLER   443 513 4456
THE BATTLE AT LINCOLN
 
JOE THE PIZZA DUDE TO VISIT THE BATTLE AT LINCOLN ON TUESDAY, JULY 12 AT THE LINCOLN SPEEDWAY
 
One of the most popular folks at  a race track these days in JOE the PIZZA Dude. 
 
He developed his reputation visiting many of the Thunder on the Hill Racing Series  events, running through the grandstands giving away pizza.  In many cases, it's the race fan that makes the most noise that receives  the reward of a Pizza.    Joe the Pizza Dude will be making an appearance at The Battle at Lincoln at the Lincoln  Speedway on Tuesday night, July 12.
 
The PPB (Pioneer Pole Buildings) Battle At Lincoln will take place at the Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, PA and will showcase the MACH 1 358/3360 Sprint Challenge paying $3,000 to the winner if pre-entered.  Also on the card is  the PPB Race of Champions $5,000 to win 60 lap Modified feature event.    This show is presented by NAPA Auto Parts with race time  set for 7:30 PM and in the event of rain, Wednesday night, July 13 will be used as the rain date.
 
This doubleheader program will bring out a star filled cast of competitors in both divisions.   More then forty sprint cars have entered the lucrative MACH 1 Chassis 358/360 Sprint Challenge that will pay $3,000 to the winner of the 25 lap feature event.   Mark Smith, Daryn Pittman, Lance Dewease,  Aaron Ott, Brian Montieth, Pat Cannon, Blane Heimbach, Dave Ely, Kramer Williamson, Billy Dietrich,  Billy Pauch Jr.,  Niki Young and Kevin Nouse are just some of the heavy hitters set for the sprint portion of the event.
 
Possible entries for the 60 lap PPB Race of Champions include Duane Howard,  Craig VonDohren, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard,  Billy Pauch,  Stewart Friesen, Danny Johnson, Pat Ward,  Jeff Strunk, Rick Laubach,  Larry Wight,  Kevin  Albert and Kevin Hirthler to name a few.
 
Adult admission prices for this event is $20, Students $15, Children 6-11 $5 and kids under the age of five will be admitted for free.  The pit fee will be $25 and a license is not required.
 
Lawrence Chevrolet will be the sponsor of the a special pre-race "Meet & Greet".    Legend Stars of the Lincoln Speedway include Smokey Snellbaker, Dizzy Dean, Bobby Allan, Lynn Paxton and Van May will be in the grandstand area from 5:30 PM to 7 PM to meet the fans attending "The Battle At Lincoln".
 
The possibility of some extra money is up for grabs with the  BPF Specialty ROC &ROLL the Dice Challenge.
 
The  BFP Specialty ROC & ROLL the Dice Challenge will work this way.   Drivers will pay a $100  fee to participate.   100% of all money collected by BFP Specialty will be paid back to the winning driver, or highest finishing driver that participates.    For example, the 60 lap modified feature is already paying $5,000 to the winner.  If ten drivers participate in the BFP Specialty ROC & ROLL the Dice Challenge, and additional $1,000 will go to the winner.  If twenty drivers participate, the main event will pay $7,000.   In addition, every driver that enters the Challenge will receive a $25 certificate for BFP Specialty that may be used towards any purchase of $200 or more.
  
The BFP Specialty bonus will be paid out in victory to the winner of the 60 lap modified feature event.     Drivers may send their BFP ROC & ROLL the Dice entry fee to:
 
BFP Specialty's LLC
9090 Old Route 22
Bethel, PA  19507
 
Entries will gladly be accepted on race day.
 
For more information,  call BFP at 717-933-4999.  Entries will be accepted up to the Drivers Meeting the day of the race.   BFP Specialty located in Bethel, PA will also be the parts supplier for the Modifieds  at the Lincoln Speedway ROC event.
 
Modified lap sponsorship is available for a minimum of $10 per lap by contacting Ben Moyer at 717-679-4816.
 
And still another bonus is up for grabs for the  modifieds   on Tuesday night, July 12.   In memory of Chad Miller, Award the winner of each modified heat will earn $50 to be paid on race night.   Sponsoring the Award is Donnie, Patti and Chelsea Miller, in the memory of Chad Miller.   Those who knew Chad, truly understand the special person he was and his over-riding love for racing, family and friends.  We appreciate the heat race winner's bonus money and lets all work to preserve the memory of Chad Miller.
 
For the MACH 1 358/360 Sprint Challenge, there are some bonus opportunities as well.  The event will pay $2,000 but if a driver pre-enters, first place will pay $3,000.   There is no entry fee, just pre-enter by calling Bob Miller at 443 513 4456.   Also, MACH 1 Chassis will post $500 in cash to the highest finishing MACH 1 Chassis in the feature finish.
 
The modifieds have not seen the red clay of Lincoln Speedway for over twenty-five years and since that time, the track layout has been re-configured.  
 
It's a new game! 
It's neutral ground! 
Let the battle begin!
 
Event Facts:
Where:  Lincoln Speedway   800 Racetrack Road Abbottstown, PA  17301
Track Phone:  717-624-2755
What:    ROC Big Block Modifieds  & 358/360 Sprints
Date:   Tuesday, July 12
Rain Date:  Wednesday, July 13
Gates Open:  5 PM
Race Time:  7:30 PM
Admission:  Adults  $20,   Students  $15 (12-17),   Children $5 (6-11)  Under 6 will be FREE.
Pit  Fee:   $25 no license required
Additional Information:  Contact  Bob Miller   443 513 4456
Parade lap fireworks salute presented by:   LAWRENCE CHEVROLET in Mechanicsburg, PA
Lap Sponsorship for this event, Contact Ben Moyer  717-679-4816 or by e-mail at squadchauffer8@gmail.com
EVENT Sponsors:  Pioneer Pole Buildings (PPB),  MACH 1 Chassis,  NAPA Auto Parts, Lawrence Chevrolet, BFP Specialty's
 
Lincoln Speedway is a very popular and  "fan friendly" track in the tri-state area, offering great unobstructed viewing from every seat in the grandstands.   The infield  is open for watching the races  by entering through the fourth turn tunnel.  The pits are asphalt, with a slight elevation and  great lighting a so fans can watch all the pit action as well.     The three-eighth mile Lincoln Speedway offers it all, the high speeds that you would see at the "big tracks" with the flair and excitement of the short track "bull rings".  At Lincoln Speedway, you'll have it all.
 
 


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