SPRING CITY, TN – Mountain View Raceway will hold its second pre-season Open Practice Session this Saturday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the ¼-mile high-banked clay oval. There will also be a Swap Meet behind the giant American Flag on the back of the Grandstand from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There were right around 100 cars that came through the Pit Gate at Mountain View Raceway last Saturday to get ready for the Season Opener on Saturday Night, March 27. All eight Weekly Divisions of Late Model, Sportsman, Beginner Sportsman, Open Wheel Modifieds, B Hobby, Thunder, Front Wheel Drive and Dwarf were represented.,
This Saturday, the Pit Gate at Mountain View Raceway will open at 2 p.m. The Grandstand Admission is Free. The Pit Area Admission is $20 for those 12 and older, $10 for Children 6-11, and Children 5 and under are admitted Free. Transponders will be available to rent for $5. RaceCeivers will be mandatory and will be available at the track.
The Mountain View Raceway Concession Stand will be open for both competitors and Spectators during this Saturday’s Open Practice Session. Competitors will also be able to complete their Pre-Season paperwork on Saturday to avoid delays on March 27.
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 423-507-2619 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.
PHOTO CUTLINE: Steve Eddington of Etowah, TN works his #55 Sportsman race car around the ¼-mile high-banked clay oval at Mountain View Raceway in Spring City, TN during the Saturday, March 6 Open Practice Session. Eddington was there to prepare for the start of the 2021 racing season on Saturday night, March 27. Competitors will have another Open Practice Session this Saturday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. where they “Get Their Thrill By The Hill” Mountain View Raceway. (Mountain View Raceway Media Photo by Greg Farmer)