The Broaster Chicken ICAR Top Speed Modified Tour is very excited to announce that for the first time in Tour history, ICAR will make their inaugural visit to the fast 1/3 (0.333) mile semi-banked, circular shaped paved oval of Columbus Motor Speedway in Columbus, Ohio on a special Sunday afternoon, September 13th. The ICAR contingent will be on hand in support of the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS who will race in the 2nd Annual Bud St. Amant Memorial 125.

The Genuine Broaster Chicken 50 Presented by JVM Enterprises will be the fourth and final Northern VS Southern Division combination race of the 2015 racing season for the ICAR Top Speed Modified Tour. This event will also mark the tours first ever appearance at the Nuckles Family owned speedway sanctioned by the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

A strong field of weekly Columbus Modifieds will be waiting for the ICAR teams in an effort to defend their home turf in what is already a long awaited and highly anticipated race between the weekly favorites as well as the Northern and Southern Division invaders.

On Sunday, September 13th, the pit gates will open at 9:30a.m. Practice will begin at 'High Noon', 12:00p.m., with Qualifying to start at 2:00p.m. The Race Program will begin at 3:15p.m., and will include an on track autograph session. A complete Schedule of Events for the entire race day will be available soon as well as the ICAR Entry Form and Event Information page.

For more information about the remainder of the 2015 racing season within both the Northern and Southern Divisions, go to the series website located at: www.topspeedmods.com. You can also follow along all season long on the Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/TopSpeedModifieds and on Twitter as well at: www.twitter.com/ICARModifieds. Finally, for more information about the host facility for the final Northern VS Southern Division combination race of 2015, Columbus Motor Speedway, go to track website located at: www.columbusspeedway.com

 

- ICAR Modifieds press release

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