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County Line Raceway Becomes AMRA Member Track
February 26, 2016
The 3/8-mile Elm City facility, which first opened in 1988, will now join Fayetteville Motor Speedway as the first two North Carolina tracks to feature AMRA sanctioned Modified racing weekly throughout 2016; the racing season is slated to begin in early March.
County Line Raceway Becomes AMRA Member Track

American Motor Racing Association officials have announced that County Line Raceway in Elm City, North Carolina, will officially become a member of the AMRA family of tracks in 2016.

The 3/8-mile track that first opened in 1988 will now feature AMRA sanctioned Modifieds throughout the 2016 racing season, as the track expects even greater growth in its Modified division. County Line Raceway will now join Fayetteville Motor Speedway as the first two North Carolina tracks to feature AMRA sanctioned Modified racing weekly in 2016.

With the AMRA sanctioning, drivers from County Line Raceway will have the opportunity to compete for the AMRA Modified National Championship and their part of the national points fund that totals in excess of $30,000, along with numerous prizes and contingency awards.

County Line Raceway plans to kick off its 2016 season of racing in early March. The track has numerous special AMRA Modified shows scheduled in 2016, including the track’s Modified Twin 20’s event in June, along with a $2,000-to-win Southeast Dirt Modified Series powered by the AMRA date in August.

The track’s most notable event each season is the three-day “Race for the Kids” event in November, which supports the Victory Junction Gang Camp and features Late Model and Modified racing.