Sugar Creek Raceway In Blue Ridge Features 2-Night Independence Weekend Races Saturday And Sunday

Tuesday, June 29, 2021 - by Steve Hixson
Sugar Creek Raceway in Blue Ridge, Ga., just 30 minutes outside the Ocoee River past Cleveland, Tn., is roaring back to action this Independence Weekend (Saturday and Sunday) with not one but two nights of dirt track racing. Super Late Models and 602/Sportsman race cars share the top billing as the Red Clay series returns for another event and the Southern All-Stars Super Late Models return after a 25-year absence Sunday. Full programs will be held both nights with Qualifying, Heat Races and Features. 

Saturday July 3rd:
Super Late Models 35 Lap ($1,500 to win)
602/Sportsman Red Clay 30 Laps ($1,000 to win)
Street Stock 15 Laps ($400 to win)
FWD 15 Laps ($400 to win)

Sunday July 4th:
S.A.S SLM's 40 Laps ($4,000 to win)
Crate Late Model 25 Laps ($1,000 to win)
Beg-Sportsman 20 Laps ($500 to win)
Plus + Fireworks 
Dale McDowell of Chickamauga took the victory back in 1996, the last time the S.A.S were at Sugar Creek Raceway.
Crate Late Models and Beginner Sportsman will accompany the S.A.S's, Sunday night beginning at 7PM. Saturday night (7/3),Times & Prices for Sugar Creek Raceway: Gates Open 4PM EST / Grandstands Open 5PM, Races Start 7PM - Admission $15 Kids Free 12 and Under, Teens 13-17 $5, Pits $35, Kids Free 12 and Under, Teens Pits 13-17 $10. Sunday night (7/4) Gates Open 4PM EST / Grandstands Open 5PM, Races Start 6PM - Admission $20 Kids Free 12 and Under, Teens 13-17 $5, Pits $40, Kids Free 12 and Under, Teens Pits 13-17 $15. Fireworks will be shot off Sunday to celebrate Independence Day.

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