DIRTVision & DIRT Radio Newtork Offer “Live” Super DIRT Week Coverage
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Weedsport, NYOctober 5, 2008 – By Dan Kapuscinski, Cayuga County Fair Speedway PR Coordinator

DIRTVision and the DIRT Radio Network will be offering “Live” coverage Thursday-Sunday of Super DIRT Week XXXVII at the New York State Fairgrounds.

Action will kick-off Thursday, October 9 with pole-day qualifying for the 358-Modified Championship as well as pole-day runs for the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds. The four day live coverage will of course culminate with the Rite Aid 200 Championship on Sunday, October 12.

Look for coverage to start approximately 15 minutes before each racing event begins.

In order to catch all the racing action live be sure to visit www.dirtvision.com and pick up the ‘Super DIRT Week Trackpass’ for just $19.99. This is the only way you can catch all the action and drama from Super DIRT Week XXXVII without having a seat yourself.

Headquartered in Roanoke, Va., Advance Auto Parts, a leading automotive aftermarket retailer of parts, accessories, batteries, and maintenance items in the United States, serves both the do-it-yourself and professional installer markets As of April 19, 2008, the Company operated 3,291 stores in 40 states, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Additional information about the Company, employment opportunities, customer services, and on-line shopping for parts and accessories can be found on the Company’s web site at www.advanceautoparts.com.

The Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series for Big-Block Modifieds is brought to fans across the Northeast by several sponsors and partners, including series sponsors Advance Auto Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire and Sunoco Race Fuels. Promotional partners include AMB i.t., Rite Aid Corporation and the University of Northwestern Ohio and the contingency sponsors are Bert Transmission, Bicknell Racing Products, Bilstein Shocks, Brodix Cylinder Heads, Crane Cams, Integra Shocks, MSD Ignitions, Motorsports Safety Systems, Penske Shocks and Wrisco Industries.