Clarksville Speedway Promoter Willliam Scoggin has been working with the City’s Mayor to reopen the speedway, giving the local racers a chance to start their engines once again.
One of the highlights for this weekend’s “Reopening” event is the highly entertaining and very successful Quicksilver Series. According to the track and series promoters, there are currently over 30 cars lined up to race in the Quicksilver Series at Clarksville Speedway this weekend – with no one in the grandstands!
Despite the “no-fans” race, enthusiasts will be able to enjoy the on-track racing action via live-streamed PPV. While there is no substitute for being at the track with the sights and smells, live-streamed video allows the race to be held under the current COVID-19 restrictions.
The Quicksilver Racing Series had just completed one of the biggest races of the year a couple of weeks before all racing was halted by federal mandates. On February 29th, Tony Cruse won the Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic against a full 32 car field of crate engine stock cars in the series.
For details of the event, visit the Clarksville Speedway site at ClarksvilleSpeedway.com. For more information about the Pit Row TV PPV live steam, visit them online at pitrowtv.com. For more information on the Quicksilver crate engines, visit them online at Quicksilver Products.