Polar Bear 150 Fast Approaching
Green Flag Drops at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26
Rockingham Speedway PR
Thanksgiving is just a day away which means that the Polar Bear 150 is right around the corner at Rockingham Speedway.
The green flag drops on the Frank Kimmel Street Stock Nationals (FKSSN) annual running on Saturday, November 26 at 1 p.m. Three days out and the entry list continues to grow toward the goal of 99 cars on track to take the green flag. Currently, there are around 50 cars entered in the event.
"That's above the pace that we have had over the last few years," said Rockingham Speedway President Andy Hillenburg. "We have had about 75 cars in years past, but I think we will best that this year.
"We always have a number of cars that register for the event on site."
This year's Polar Bear will be the race's fourth annual running. Lousville, Ky.'s Chuck Barnes Sr. won the first two events and Will Kimmel out ran 2004 Sprint Cup Champion Kurt Busch to take last year's victory. The FKSSN's other visit to Rockingham came in the Cherry Bomb 200 on July 4, 2009. Brett Hudson took the checkered flag in that event.
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