C&C Racing Promotions & Masters TV Join to Broadcast North-South Shootout
Event to Air on Fox Sports South on a Tape-Delayed Basis
Event PR
C&C Racing Promotions has reached an agreement with Masters Entertainment Services to broadcast the Eighth Annual 109 U-Pull It John Blewett III Memorial North-South ShootoutTM scheduled for November 5&6, 2010 at Concord Speedway in Concord, NC. The tape delayed broadcast will air on Fox Sports South.

“We are very excited to be working with Masters TV,” said Charles Kepley, owner of C&C Racing Promotions. “They offer years of expert experience in television production and provide the highest level of professionalism. With their focus on motorsports, we are confident that the broadcast will be second-to-none.”

Masters Entertainment Group, Inc. currently produces over 200 television programs for ESPN, ESPN2, Outdoor Channel, Fox Sports, and the Sunshine Network with specialized coverage of the automotive and motorsports industries. Notable MEG Productions include Fox Sports Net’s Inside Drag Racing and On the Track, a new series that covers many different types of motorsports events from all across America. On the Outdoor Channel, MEG produces Motor Mania, a 13-week series featuring a diverse mix of motorsports programming.

With a production that will include six state-of-the-art cameras, viewers will catch all the action during the North–South Shootout. And there promises to be plenty of racing excitement as the traditional event features 125 laps of green flag racing for both the Tour-Type Modifieds and Super Late Models of the Champion Racing Association (CRA) Super Series. Support divisions include the SK-Type Modifieds, USA Modifieds, Vintage Modifieds and Vintage Sportsman.

The northern and southern Modified stars will engage in an all-out duel for racing supremacy with some of the biggest names in Modified racing including the likes of two-time and defending champion Burt Myers, Ted Christopher, Jason Myers, another two-time Shootout champion Matt Hirschman, Junior Miller and countless others.

The SK-Type Modifieds, an equally as competitive and tenacious brand of open-wheel racers, will compete in a 50-lapper of their own. New to the Shootout in 2010 will be the USA Modifieds. Joining the open-wheel brethren are the authentic and very racy Vintage Modified and Sportsman divisions.

The CRA-sanctioned 125 lap Super Late Model event will showcase drivers from various Super Late Model Series including CRA, PASS, the Blizzard Series along with a group of competitors from a number of other series and tracks. The entry list which currently stands at 27 includes the likes of young stars Ross Kenseth and Ryan Blaney, Preston Peltier, Kyle Busch Motorsports driver T.J. Reaid along with defending race winner Jeff Fultz.

On Friday, November 5, qualifying will be held for all divisions. Time trials will be run for the Tour-Type Modifieds, Super Late Models, SK-Type Modifieds and the USA Modifieds followed by heat races for all divisions. The 125-lap events for Tour-Type Modifieds and the Super Late Models will highlight the activities on Saturday, November 6. The 50-lap feature for the SK-Type Modifieds and USA Modifieds along with the Vintage divisions will also compete in feature action on Saturday.

The broadcast schedule for the Eighth Annual 109 U-Pull It John Blewett III Memorial North-South Shootout will be announced on the official website of the North-South Shootout, www.northsouthshootout.com as soon as it becomes available. Fox Sports South is available in the Basic Packages for both Direct TV and Dish Network. A host of other cable service providers offer Fox Sports South for a minimal charge.

Last year the broadcast of the North-South Shootout was aired over an extended period of time on Fox Sports South and was picked up nationally by Fox affiliates for a total of 30 plus airings of the event.

For more information on the Eighth Annual 109 U-Pull It John Blewett III Memorial North-South Shootout, please call 336-250-4383 or visit www.northsouthshootout.com.

Television cameras will once again be at the North-South Shootout.  (