by Langley Austin Press Release February 15, 2018 race22.com

The first green flag of the 2018 season will fly at Caraway Speedway on Sunday, March 4th at 2pm with the Money Madness event.  The event will kick off the first of three big Late Model Stock Car races.
 
Money Madness will pay up to $5,000 to win a 99-lap Late Model Stock Car race.  The payout is contingent on a new "Gambler's Challenge", which offers a higher purse for a higher entry fee.  The entry fee for a $3,000 winners purse is $125 but for just $250 you can win almost double and take home a $5,000 top prize.

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Location:  Sophia, North Carolina

Owner: Russell Hackett

Operator: Darren and Renee Hackett

Opened: 1966

Orientation: Oval

Surface: Asphalt

Length: .455 mi (.732 km)

Turns: 4

Race Lap Record: 15.648 sec. (George Brunnhoelzl III, NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified)

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Caraway Speedway to Host Three Big Late Model Stock Car Races

Money Madness Set for March 4th at Caraway Speedway

PRESTORIA MOTORSPORTS ACQUIRES 602 TOUR: MODIFIEDS AND SUPER LIMITED STyle 

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by Langley Austin Press Release February 04, 2018 race22.com

Caraway Speedway is revamping their racing program with an eye toward offering drivers, teams and fans exactly what they've been asking for.
 
Track promoter Darren Hackett has been working every year since taking the reigns of Caraway Speedway to elevate the tracks racing program.  

SOPHIA, N.C. – Prestoria Motorsports – owner of Caraway Speedway, the Southern Modified Racing Series (SMRS) and the North South Shootout – have bolstered their presence in the North Carolina racing landscape with the acquisition of 602 Tour from David Sell.