SPRING CITY, TN – Mountain View Raceway will take off this Saturday night, but will return to action on Saturday, October 15 with the $1,357-to-win Annual Brian Hooks Memorial Race for the Sportsman Division. It will be a busy day and night of racing as eight racing Divisions will compete at the Rhea County Speed Plant in ten Feature Races.
The Open-Wheel Modified, B-Hobby, 4-Cylinder, Thunder, and Front-Wheel Drive Divisions will run their last point races of the 2022 season, The Dwarf Cars and two Powder Puff Divisions, the V-8 and the Front-Wheel-Drive, for non-racing ladies will also be in action on the ¼-mile high-banked clay oval.
With a week off, Mountain View Raceway can catch up on presenting its Contingency Connection Racer Rewards winners that have received a book by random draw of their finishing positions. Each Racer Rewards book has over $4,000 worth of Racing Parts and Equipment Product Certificates. These drivers won their books on September 3.
Justin Parker of Pikeville, TN was the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards Open-Wheel Modified Division winner on September 3 driving the #88 Bee Creek Farms & Trucking Special to a 12th-Place finish . Race winner Brandon Kinser of Allen, KY drew the number 12 out of the hat to give the book to Parker.
Andrew Littleton of Chatsworth, GA was the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards Late Model Division winner on September 3 after driving the #87 Littleton Racing Special to a 14th-Place finish. Race winner Barry Goodman of Spring City, TN drew the number 14 out of the hat to give the book to Littleton.
Blake Wright of Etowah, TN was the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards winner on September 3 in the Sportsman Division with a second-place finish driving the #8w Roberts Auto Mastersbilt. Race winner Brandon Stanfield of Soddy Daisy, TN drew the number two out of the hat to give the book to Wright.
Jim Gilbert of Rossville, GA was the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards winner in the B-Hobby Division after he turned in a third-place finish on September 3 driving the #19 Rat Rod Chevelle. Race winner Pete Wright of Wartburg, TN drew a three out of the hat to give Gilbert the book.
Bobby Davenport of Crossville, TN drove the #99 Davenport Racing Monte Carlo to a
seventh-place finish in the Thunder Division on September 3 and was the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards winner. Race winner Casey Cash of Spring City, TN drew the number seven out of the hat to give Davenport the book.
Decatur, TN drivers Chandler Erwin and Bo Millsaps were the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards winners in the Front-Wheel-Drive Division on September 3. Erwin drove the #68 Erwin Racing Honda to a 16th-place finish in the A Feature Race and Millsaps drove the #B18 Millsaps Racing Chevrolet to a fifth-place finish in the B Feature Race.
Mountain View Raceway is one of 50 Contingency Connection selected race tracks and racing series, and the only track in East Tennessee, which represents many motorsports vendors offering contingency awards to drivers during the 2022 racing season. Mountain View Raceway, through the Contingency Connection Program, will award over $100,000 in Special and Racer Rewards.
Mountain View Raceway where you can get “Your Thrill By The Hill” is located at 20626 Rhea County Highway (U.S. Highway 27), Spring City, TN 37381. For more information, call 423-405-8490 or visit the track website at www.mountainviewraceway.com. You can also like the Mountain View Raceway Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/mountainviewraceway.
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