Ragan Goes Dirt Racing in Race for the Shrine

 

Ragan Goes Dirt Racing in Race for the Shrine

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Thursday, 18 July 2013 17:08
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As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series takes a weekend off, David Ragan will return to his Georgia short-track roots Friday to compete in the 10th Annual Race for the Shrine at Oglethorpe Speedway Park in Pooler, Ga. The event on the half-mile clay speedway will benefit the Alee Shrine and will include a pre-race autograph session with Ragan.

 

Ragan will participate in the Street Stocks event in a car provided by a local car owner.  Gates open at 6 p.m. with racing beginning at 8 p.m.

  

"It's an off weekend but I'm going racing," Ragan said.  "It's kind of a vacation to go back home and see all the family.  Doing events like this is relaxing, it's fun.  You don't have a lot of pressure like we do on the regular Cup weekend.  So, we will be at a racetrack, but it will be a little different.  I hope everybody can come out, enjoy some short-track racing and help the Shriners."  

 

Ragan, who is a Shriner himself, dedicates time every year to causes that help the Shrine and also makes regular visits to Shriners Hospitals for Children to visit patients.

  

Oglethorpe Speedway Park is a historic facility near Savannah, Ga., that has hosted the likes of Lee Petty, Dale Earnhardt, Junior Johnson, Ned Jarrett and Fireball Roberts.  Grandstand tickets for Friday's race are $12 for adults and $10 for military and seniors.  Children 12 and under are admitted free.  Visit www.ospracing.net for more information.

Keep up to date on Ragan's racing activities at
facebook.com/DavidRaganPage or on Twitter at @dRagan_updates. 

 

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