Fans who sign up for the driving school's courses will receive two tickets for the highly anticipated NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Good Sam Road Assistance 200 presented by Cheerwine on Sunday, April 15.
Fast Track currently offers five different types of programs; Thunder Course (10-lap drive); Thunder and Lighting Course (20-lap drive), One Day Basic Oval (approximately 35 laps), Two Day Basic Oval (approximately 75 laps) and the Advanced Short Track Driver Development Program. Fast Track is known for allowing its participants to experience the thrill and exhilaration of strapping into a stock car on a cost-efficient scale.
The newly developed Advanced Short Track Driver Development Program is designed to develop approved applicants; from short track drivers to those aspiring to compete in a big-time, national series of longer, faster venues. Participants drive 3,400-pound stock cars on Rockingham Speedway's half-mile "Little Rock," personally designed by Hillenburg. The track is similar to Martinsville (Va.) Speedway, and hosts frequent tests for NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series teams eager to fine-time their short track set-ups.
"We wanted to offer a sweet treat to our Fast Track High Performance Driving School participates," said Rockingham Speedway promoter Andy Hillenburg. "The course has a lot of value on its own, but adding two tickets to NASCAR's return to "The Rock" is the icing on the cake. We want to pack the racetrack like fans were accustomed to back in the old days."
Space in the Development Program is extremely limited, and interested parties can register by calling Fast Track at (704) 455-1700 or visiting Fasttrackracing.com. Additional information on NASCAR's return to Rockingham -- including event and ticket information for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Good Sam Road Assistance 200 presented by Cheerwine – is available at www.rockinghamspeedway.com.