JAMAICA, Va. – Officials of both Virginia Motor Speedway and Fastrak Racing have announced that Virginia Motor Speedway will host the 2014 $20,000 to win Fastrak World Championship on Oct. 2–4, 2014.
“The success of the Fastrak Racing engine rules package was the main reason we have introduced the Pro Late Model division to our weekly line-up and we are excited to bring the division’s marquee event to our facility for 2014,” said track owner Bill Sawyer. “Adding this event should also help in growing our new Aaron’s Pro Late Model division and offer our competitor’s a chance to compete for a large paycheck at the end of the season.”
This year’s Fastrak World Championships will have a new and improved format that will include a $10,000 to win Fastrak Northeast Regional Race-Off as well as a $10,000 to win Fastrak Southeast Regional Race-Off before heading to Virginia Motor Speedway for the final $20,000 World Championship event. Should someone win all three events that person will pocket an additional $10,000 bonus, making it a $50,000 total payday. All three events will be paid each night of the World Championships.
It has already been announced that the Northeast Regional Race-Off will be contested at Tyler County Speedway in Middlebourne, W.Va., on Sept. 18–20, 2014. A venue and date for the Southeast Regional Race-Off will be announced in the next few weeks.
“This Championship deserves a venue like Virginia Motor Speedway; it is second to none of any venue in the United States. We look forward to working with Bill Sawyer and his crew because we know that they are well equipped to handle an event of this size and magnitude,” stated Fastrak CEO/Founder Stan Lester