Cherokee Speedway Braces For SECA Late Model Storm
Though the 2017 Weekly Championship is complete, the
largest event in South Eastern Crate Association history
takes center stage as the SRI Performance SECA Late Models
invade Cherokee Speedway this weekend for the $10,000 To
Win/$500 To Start Performance Automotive 100!
100 grueling laps await the participants in not only the
highest paying but also the longest race ever in the
association’s 5 year history. While many of the local
Cherokee favorites look to defend their home turf, several
regional standouts are expected to chase the $10,000
payday and write their own personal chapter into racing
With most weekly and special events being 25 or 30 lap
races, this 100 lap marathon will surely put a race team’s
ability and strategy to the ultimate test. How will teams
adjust their set up to maintain a well-handling car? How
will they manage their tires for a race of this length?
The Performance Automotive 100 will definitely be the
greatest test for many of these drivers and teams.
The Tire Rule for this event is as follows:
Hoosier HTS 1350, Hoosier Crate D21, Hoosier HTS 1600,
Hoosier Crate D55, and Hoosier Block 70 (Right Rear
Hoosier 1600, Hoosier Crate D55, or Hoosier Block 70 must
be on Right Rear at ALL times!
No Grooving, Siping, or Steer Tires Allowed!
Qualifying and Heat Races are scheduled for Friday
November 24th while the $10,000 To Win Main Event is set
for Saturday afternoon. Happy Thanksgiving from the entire
South Eastern Crate Association family and we encourage
you to join us this weekend at Cherokee Speedway!
Partners of the South Eastern Crate Association include:
City Chevrolet Performance, Hoosier Racing Tires, SRI
Performance, RockAuto.com “The Official Auto Parts of the
South Eastern Crate Association”, FK Rod Ends, VP Racing
Fuels “The Official Racing Fuel of the South Eastern Crate
Association”, JRi Shocks, Heintz Performance, Bilstein
Shocks, Big A's Custom Graphics, JRS Competition Finishes,
Ntense Graphics, ARbodies, Velocita, Flag To Flag, &
Thomas Clarke Performance