SPEED TV Airs Super DIRT Week ‘Rite Aid 200’ on October 25
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Weedsport, NYOctober 6, 2008 – By Dan Kapuscinski, Cayuga County Fair Speedway PR Coordinator

SPEED TV will again air the Rite Aid 200 from the New York State Fairgrounds during their fall schedule on October 25 at 8pm Eastern time. Fans can catch all the action from the 37th running of the great Fall Classic one more time from the comfort of their own home.

Long-time DIRTcar announcer and voice of the Advance Auto Parts Super DIRTcar Series for Big-Block Modifieds, Shane Andrews, will be giving the play-by-play call, while former World of Outlaws Late Model Series Champion and World Series 200 Modified winner Tim McCreadie will provide color analysis.

Super DIRT Week XXXVII is sure to provide more lasting memories, and fans can re-live all of them with SPEED TV’s re-airing of the 200-mile spectacle.

For more information call DIRTcar NE Headquarters at 315/834-6606 or visit www.superdirtcarseries.com.

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.