Cottage Grove Speedway requires RACEceivers In 2014

raceceiverBy Ben Deatherage

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. – Cottage Grove Speedway will utilize RACEceivers during the 2014 race season. The one-way communication device will be required in all classes that compete at the historic ¼-mile clay oval.

“We feel this move will benefit the track, teams, and fans immensely,” said CGS General Manager Heather Boyce. “People are going to see that it will cut down time to get the lineup correct after a stoppage a lot quicker because we can tell drivers where to go over the RACEceiver communications. We look forward to seeing everyone back in 2014.”

Cottage Grove Speedway has hosted fast and exciting action as far back as 1956. Regular classes include 360 Sprints, IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds, NW Extreme Winged Sprint Cars, Late Models, Street Stocks, and Hornets every Saturday night from April to October.

For more information be sure and visit the venue’s homepage or call the new Northwest Tracks Hotline at 360 699-RACE.

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