Nashville, TN. (Tuesday, February 25, 2020) – Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway drivers and team members met Saturday, February 22nd at the speedway conference area. Scott Menlen, General Manager of Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (NFS) conducted the meeting with Johnny Lawrence, tech official at NFS.
The ninety-minute meeting was met with discussion to build the class in count as well as to achieve cost saving items for the good of the sport. The teams represented discussed items of concern and quickly came to a constructive, cost effective, and majority agreement.
The staff at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway appreciates the positive spirit and feedback from all in attendance. It is their hope to see the Super Truck division at the speedway be back to prominence during the upcoming season.
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Track Enterprises and D&D Events have teamed-up to promote nine high-quality racing programs at NFS that incorporates three national events and six local exclusive shows in 2020. There is a pre-season practice and media day scheduled for Saturday, April 11th. Opening night is Saturday, April 18th and the first national event is the weekend of May 2nd and 3rd featuring ARCA Menards Series East, USAC Silver Crown Series, North/South Super Late Model Challenge and JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour.
For a complete schedule and more information about Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, visit www.nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing and be sure to like ‘Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway’ on Facebook and follow @RaceFairgrounds on Twitter.
By: Donnie Redd – Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway