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Old 02-06-2017, 01:41 PM   #1
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Default Mid Atlantic .90 Association returns to Numidia in 2017

Numidia, Pa – The Mid Atlantic .90 Series is set to roar back into action at Numidia Dragway for the 2017 season after an almost 4 year hiatus from the Central Pa facility. The series that consists of Super Comp, Gas & Street will visit the track on July 8th & 9th, 2017. This will be a fun-filled event full of action packed .90 racing and some big money at stake. Things kick off on Friday, July 7th as the series presents the first annual “Night at Knoebels Amusement Park” for those who arrive early. Track owner Bob Dimino will supply a bus to cart racers & families to & from the track so you don’t have to worry about bringing an extra vehicle for that day. Times have not been set yet as far as departure time but, you can visit http://www.knoebels.com to start planning the cool and awesome rides you will take on that night.

Saturday, July 8th has an action packed day & night for the racers ahead of them. The Mid Atlantic .90 Series will kick things off in the morning with Race # 5 of their 2017 season and a guaranteed $1,500 awaits the winner of all three classes at days end. If 30 or more cars show up per class the purse goes up to $1,750 for the win. If you happen to lose early and don’t want to wait till the next day to erase that loss, Numidia will be having a bracket race later on that night along with Fireworks & The Jet Trains in honor of the July 4th holiday. On Sunday, the .90 cars return for Race # 6 of their season and once again a guaranteed purse of $1,500 awaits the winners in all three classes and the same goes for Sunday if the count is higher than 30 cars. Once again Numidia will be putting on a Summit Series Bracket race for those who want to get the best bang for their buck traveling up to the mountain.

Entry fee as always is $30.00 at the gate for driver & $7.00 for crew / spectator. If you are wanting to run with the .90 series you will go and visit Rob Keister at his trailer and pay the $75.00 registration fee to compete. Payouts start at 3rd round loser and a handcrafted trophy made by S&W Race Cars in Spring City, Pa awaits the winners each day. For more information you can visit the website at www.midatlantic90.com or find us on Facebook or Instagram or you can call Rob Keister @ 856-332-2851 or e-mail him at Rekeister@aol.com. See you there!!!
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Old 05-19-2017, 11:24 AM   #2
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Hope to see you there. I know it's on top of the Pittsburgh IHRA Pro-Am that weekend and Super Rod on Sunday is being offered $5,000 to win but, hoping to see some of you make the trip up to the Hills!

I would say to those of you planning your trip to not use the GPS way. GPS takes you the quickest and fastest way to get to your destination and doesn't take into realization that you have a Motorhome & Trailer. Hopefully some of you will chime in with your ways to get to the track for others to follow. When we come from Southern NJ we take

476 up to the Pocono Exit and Route 80
Take 80 all the way to Buckhorn Exit and exit 232
Get off there and take route 42 (There is gas stations & a wal-mart if you need to get fuel or shop)
42 becomes route 11 and you are on there for maybe 1/4 mile and then jump back onto 42.
You will take 42 into the little town of Catiwissa, there is a lot of stop lights in town so when you see the split (42 & 487) stay left and make sure your on the GAS as you will hit a good sized hill....not sure of the grade but, it's a winding hill and you need to make sure your going pretty fast.
Once you get over the hill, the track will be on your left hand side about 2-3 miles down from the hill.
If you come from the other direction, it's very dangerous with a motorhome & trailer. Take my advice, I've done it before and it's not fun. We are going to try to park on the other side of the track since there is a lot of stuff going on that weekend with the bracket races and jet cars & fireworks that will pack the stands on Saturday Night. We are hoping to get Race # 5 mostly done before the bracket race & show kicks off.

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