|Bellerose debuts for GMS Saturday|
Former Thunder Road (VT) International Speedbowl champion Tracie Bellerose will drive the #30 Rockingham Speedway/Fast Track High Performance Driving School Chevrolet in Saturday night’s CCS Super Limited Series event at Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, NC.
The race comprises the 2012 season debut for the Godfather Motorsports Racing Team.
Bellerose tested with the team at North Carolina’s Hickory Motor Speedway earlier this week, and turned competitive laps despite a nagging issue with the car’s power steering.
“We threw a few chassis adjustments at it, just to see how it reacted,” said crew chief Jim Gallison, Jr. “The car did exactly what we expected to do, so we’re ready to go racing at Orange County Speedway Saturday night. It’s one of our favorite tracks, and we’ve had some good runs there over the years.
“This team has made a lot of improvements to their program during the off-season,” said Bellerose, who made a single start for Godfather Motorsports late last season. “They say this is the best race car they’ve ever had, and I’m really looking forward to seeing what we can do Saturday night.”
Practice begins Saturday at 2 pm, with time-trial qualifying for all divisions set for 5:30. Feature events for the Bandolero, Legends, CCS and PASS Super Late Model divisions begin at 7 pm.
About Godfather Motorsports – Godfather Motorsports is owned by Motor Racing Network and Sirius NASCAR Radio personality Dave Moody. Sponsored by Rockingham (NC) Speedway and Fast Track High Performance Driving School, the team also enjoys technological and marketing support from RACE 101, Eibach Springs, Wilwood Brakes, C&R Racing Inc., Five Star Race Car Bodies, Dynotech Engineering, RaceCom of Virginia and ASM Graphics. For additional information on the team and marketing opportunities with Godfather Motorsports, contact Dave Moody -- email@example.com.