DUBLIN, GA - A large number of race car drivers and fans are expected this Saturday night, March 2nd, at Dublin's 441 Speedway for the Tracy Mimbs Benefit Race.
Tracy is a second generation driver from East Dublin, retiring in 2009 to assist his nephew Tyler Mimbs with his racing team. Tracy's father and Tyler's grandfather, Donnie Hugh Mimbs raced in the very first race at 441 Speedway in 1967. Tracy and his wife, Kelly, are traveling to Chicago at different intervals for Tracy to receive medical treatment.
Fans will see racing in all five divisions: The new Pitts Toyota Scion Late Model Division, Super Street, Pure Stock, Bomber, and the new division, 440's. "Fans will see their favorite drivers, along with many, many, more racing on our 3/8 mile dirt oval, showing their support of a fellow driver & crew chief," track Owner Justin McCorkel said. "Also, we have installed an additional 2,000 high rise seats, that will provide better viewing of races at our facility. We are inviting everyone to attend this important event, with proceeds going to Tracy."
Gates will open at 5:00 pm, with racing at 7:00 pm. Admission for grandstands: Adults-$10.00, Children-$5.00. Pits: Adults-$20.00, Children-$10.00.
The Speedway is located 6 miles South of I-16 on U. S. 441/319. For additional information, visit www.441speedway.com.