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PCRA Opens Up 2013 Series March 2nd at the 9th annual Toilet Bowl in Clarksville , TN!

PCRAThe PCRA springs into action with a historic event on the red clay quarter mile in Clarksville, TN.  The Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic has been a signal of a new racing season for the heart of the country for 9 years and this year brings in the best crate racers in the Midwest with kick off to the 2013 PCRA crate late model series.  The track will be slated to have a full weekend of racing with the PCRA getting involved in the action on Saturday March 2nd. All series events will pay a minimum of $1000 to win and a $100 to start. The PCRA, or Pro Crate Racers of America, will be entering its third season as the country’s premier Crate Late Model touring series.  Founder Mark Voigt is excited about its prospects and believes the 2013 season could be the PCRA’s best ever.

Bobby Dauderman will be attempting to reissue the brigade of butt whoopins that he laid out through the 2012 season on his way to his first PCRA championship.  “The Undertaker” from Alhambra, IL racked up 7 victories on his way to the championship over Mark Oiler by 188 points.  These standouts will have their hands full if they think they will be getting a “seat” in victory lane as they will be looking to go ahead with the heap of local standouts at the Clarksville speedway.

Stay tuned to the pcralatemodelseries.com for announcement of additional race as we continue to work with local track for more events.  As always we encourage all competitors to contact series promoter Mark Voigt at 618-887-4706 with any questions or concerns.

Saturday March 2nd

Gates open at 4:00 PM.  Hot Laps at 6:30 PM

$5,000 to Win UMP/MARS Late Model ($150 entry)

UMP Open Wheel ($750 to Win, No Entry)

UMP Crate Late Model ($1000 to win PCRA)

Tire Rule LM40 or WRS-55 all tires must Durometer 60 or harder.

All ignition boxs Must be capable with running a ignition chip. All chips will be furnished by the PCRA at the event.

If you run a 604 you must weigh 2,400 lbs if you run a 602 you must weigh 2,250 lbs

No Canister shocks

Heat & Feature for Street Stock and Mini Sprint

Heat & Feature Racing for Mini Mod


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