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Keystone State Late Model Sensation Jeremy Miller
Files First Entry for April 18-19 Circle K Colossal 100

CONCORD, N.C. (Feb. 1, 2008) - Keystone State late model sensation
Jeremy Miller was the first driver to submit an official entry application
for the April 18-19 Circle K Colossal 100 at The Dirt Track @ Lowe's Motor
As a result of his quick response, the Gettysburg, Pa., racer is
guaranteed a starting spot in the $50,000-to-win finale of the two-day World
of Outlaws Late Model Series extravaganza.
The guaranteed position is good news for Miller and the No. 24
Buckler Motorsports team as they finished seventh in one of the two B mains
during last year's Circle K Colossal 100, falling one spot short of making
the 36-car field for the 100-lap feature.
The Friday night portion of the Circle K Colossal 100 features group
time trials and heat races. The top two finishers in each heat will secure a
spot in the 100-lap finale and a draw will determine the starting lineup.
Saturday night's program begins with a driver autograph session and
the on-track action includes at least four additional qualifying races prior
to the main event. The race is part of the World of Outlaws Late Model
Series, but The Dirt Track's traditional format, including the extremely
popular Delaware-style restarts, will be utilized.
Dirt late model legend Scott Bloomquist will be chasing his third
consecutive victory in this marquee early season late model event.
If purchased in advance, reserved tickets for both Friday and
Saturday nights are just $39 for adults and $10 for children ages 12 and
under. Two-day pit passes are $60 in advance.
Tickets and pit passes for the April 18-19 Circle K Colossal 100 can
be purchased online at or by calling
The Fleetwood RV Camping Resort is located adjacent to The Dirt
Track and full-service camping spots can be reserved by calling (704)


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