April Fool's Day Short Track Headlines
What You Probably Won't Read About on Speed51.com This Year
By The Staff of Speed51.com
In the sprit of April Fool's Day, the staff of Speed51.com got together and had some fun crafting headlines that would likely be a joke if you ever read them.  Here is what you probably won't read on Speed51.com until pigs fly or it snows in Key West:

NASCAR Announces Revival of Elite Series Short Track Tours

Entire July and September NHMS Race Weekends Are Run Without Any Rain Delays

PASS North and ACT Late Models Team Up For
Doubleheader Weekend at Oxford Plains Speedway

Points Fund and Race Purses Are Increased on NASCAR Modified Tours

Joey Pole Enjoys Good Luck at Thunder Road Speedbowl

Southern Team Wins PASS Easter Bunny 150

John Wes Townley Avoids Walls, and Other Cars, for an Entire Weekend

Ted Christopher Cuts Back on Racing Schedule, Focuses Only on Modified Tour

Snowball Derby Canceled Due to Lack of Interest

City of Nashville to Spend Three Million Dollars to Renovate Nashville Fairgrounds

Andy Santerre Decides to Get Back Into Drivers Seat, Wins Fifth East Series Title Despite Missing Season Opening Race

Junior Miller to Drive Third Car For Myers Brothers Racing Team

No Rowes or Clarks Win All Season Long in PASS North

PASS vs. CRA, The Super Late Model Show Down at Concord's North South Shootout

Oxford 250 to Return as a Super Late Model Race

Ricky Brooks Disqualified in Post Race Tech

Chase Elliott Retires at the Age of 14

Winchester 400 Goes Caution Free

Mike Twist Uses Last Lap Pass to Win The Milk Bowl
(Editor's Note - Mike Twist replies that if he could qualify 14th in a 13 car Sunoco National Tour Field, it would be worthy of a headline!)

Jimmie Johnson to Run The Snowball Derby

Clay Rogers Only Wins One Pro Cup Race During 2010 Season

Fans Not Longer Confused by Multiple “ASA” Series and Tours

Margin of Victory in New Hampshire Motor Speedway Mod Tour Race is a Half Lap

Could John Wes Townley go long without finding a wall or another car to hit?  Doubtful.
We're so used to seeing rain at New Hampshire Motor Speedway that a year without any race week showers there would seem like an April Fool's joke.
Clay Rogers is already one for one in Pro Cup this season.  Somehow, we think he might win another race or two.
The Mod Tour events at New Hampshire Motor Speedway are so close that they can lead to wild finishes like this one.  We don't expect that to change in 2010.