North Wilkesboro Speedway Announces Second Major Race for 2010 - The ASA Late Model Series “King's Ransom 300'
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ASA LM PR Report

The ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts is pleased to announce that the 'King's Ransom 300' has found a new home at the historic North Wilkesboro Speedway.  We are excited to be able to continue the tradition of the 'King's Ransom 300' in conjunction with the re-birth of the North Wilkesboro Speedway.  This event has become the highlight of our season with the 'King of Short Track' title being one of the highest honors of the season.  The event will once again be televised and draw the top short track drivers from around the country to compete. 

“After talking with the new ownership group at North Wilkesboro Speedway, I know that we share the same vision of reviving short track racing”,  stated Ron Varney ASA Late Model Series President.  “North Wilkesboro Speedway has a long history of short track racing and we are very excited to be able to carry on that tradition”,  finished Varney.

“On behalf of the Speedway Associates Team and North Wilkesboro Speedway, we are incredibly honored to have the ASA Late Model Series bring it's famed Kings Ransom 300 to our historic speedway. We commend everyone with ASALMS for working so very hard to continue the mission in saving short track racing abroad”, stated   Alton McBride Jr. President & Director of Operations SAI (North Wilkesboro Speedway)

For more information about the ASA Late Model Series and our teams, visit our website at www.asalatemodels.com

The ASA Late Model Series is its own entity and not affiliated in any way with ASA Racing, American Speed Association or the ASA Member Track Program. The ASA Late Model Series is owned and operated by Ron and Sandy Varney as it has been for the past six years and will be for years to come.