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The Youngsters Rule Petaluma, with Allisa Geving setting fast Time, and Kyle Larson Picking up Win!! Kyle Hirst Wins Friday night show at Chico's SIlver Dollar Speedway!!
Andy Gregg gets hometown win at Placerville Speedway!! Korey Lovell Wins at Marysville Raceway Park. sponsored FM transmission at Placerville  will be frequency 95.5
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American Valley Speedway Presents
410 Winged Sprint Cars

The Big Boys are coming to Quincy  California's American Valley Speedway on August 25th 2007.  Jim Richardson has been working the track since Sunday to get it perfect for this event.  It will Pay 300 to start the A main event.  Along with the Sprint cars will be the AVS Stock Classes.  American Valley Speedway is located in the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy, CA.  The Fans in Quincy look forward to seeing the sprint cars come every year, and this year is not exception, as this town is Pumped up for Sprint Car Action.  Announcing the event will the Legendary Troy Hennig.  So Get out If you are a Driver who is looking for a fun track to race on this weekend, then Head to Quincy.  This event is sponsored by Portola Motor Parts, which is the local NAPA auto parts store in Quincy.  Camping is available!!! 
The Payout is as follows
$1,200.00 to win
$800.00 second place
$600.00 3rd
$500.00 4th
$400.00 5th
$300.00 everyone else who is in the feature.

Placerville Speedway Needs Your Help!!
 Fans and teams asked to participate in demographic survey at Placerville Speedway

PLACERVILLE, CA – During the coming weeks at Placerville Speedway, spectators and race teams will be asked to participate in a demographic survey during their visit to the quarter-mile track located on the El Dorado County Fairground.
            The request for updated, accurate information will profile the average race fan and participating teams is in preparation for potential title sponsorship beginning with the 2008 racing season. At the time, specific details of the future partners of El Dorado County’s only professional spectator sport are not being detailed, but the new demographic survey is a key element to the ongoing negotiations.
            “Several years ago the El Dorado County Fair conducted a similar survey in an effort to obtain funds for future improvements,” explained Bill Sullivan, Director of Communications for John Padjen Motorsports. Padjen’s organization has operated Placerville Speedway since 1982 and was named the 2006 National Auto Racing Promoter of the Year earlier this season.
            “The information in that previous survey has since grown out dated and is no longer deemed accurate enough to utilize for any solicitation or promotion of a substantial sponsor,” explained Sullivan. “We are asking for everyone’s participation in this process which will span over the next month of our racing events. This is all being conducted in an effort to continue to the stability and growth of auto racing in El Dorado County. We hope everyone will participate.”
            During upcoming events at Placerville Speedway, spectators and teams will be presented with a simple multiple choice survey to complete. Representatives from John Padjen Motorsports will also be on hand to speak with individuals and assist with the process. In an effort to encourage everyone to participate in this process, everyone who participates in the survey will be eligible for a drawing that will take place prior to the end of the season with awards ranging from gift certificates from area businesses to complimentary tickets for the final events of the year.
            “This is merely for informational purposes and to permit us to move forward with sponsorship talks,” added Sullivan. “With tracks closing in different places we don’t want anyone to worry about the future of racing or anything like that. This is just something that may possibly make it even better in the near future. In today’s economy obtaining a title sponsor is not easy. We know how great our customers are, we just need to paint a mathematical picture for those who don’t.”