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November 27, 2004
Three Wide Highlights CRASH-A-RAMA at SpeedWorld
by Dave Westerman

A standing room only crowd was treated to some awesome action Friday night as Orlando Speedworld closed out its Friday night schedule for 2004 with the Fall Crash-A-Rama.

There were many highlights to the evening but the School Bus Figure eight race may have been the best one ever.

Nineteen buses started the 15 lap affair with two red flags needed for roll-overs involving Billy Belflower and Tom Campbell. Bobby Crites led the early going until passed by Chuck "Junkyard Dog" Rush. Rush's lead was short-lived as he was passed by Indiana visitor Clayton Rhoton.

Rhoton led but Rush kept the pressure on. Crites had dropped back to fifth at one point but began to reel the leaders in during the late laps.

As the leaders hit the final turn, Rush dove inside Rhoton and the two bumped and banged their way to the finish. However, Crites got up a full head of steam and passed both of them coming down to the checkered flag to take the win as the three buses crossed the finish line side by side. Rhoton just edged Rush for second place as the crowd went wild.

Twenty-eight starters filled the track for the combined Camper Trailer/Boat on Trailer race and when the carnage was complete, David Lavine emerged the winner.

In other action, Raybo took the win in the Blindfold Race, The team headed up by brothers Scott and Gary Tyler won the Auto Roller Derby Race, William Hindman racked up eight points to easily win the Roll-over Contest in a Dodge Colt, Alex Froman out-lasted his brother Tom and 19 other competitors to win the Compact Car Demo Derby while Fred Cole bested an eighteen car starting field to win the V-8 Demo Derby.

Tim Chitwood thrilled the fans with his one-man stunt show along with warming up the crowd with his unbelievable jet truck.

The East Coast Freestyle Motocross Team and the Signal 12 Motorcycle Stunt Group also performed to the packed house while the Modified Lite cars opened up the show with an exhibition race which was won by Phil Krauthoff.

The Mod Lite/Open Wheel Lite cars will be in action this coming Saturday afternoon, December 4th, for the Florida Cup, twin 40 lap races for the fast motorcycle engined machines. Also in action will be the RE/MAX Legends Cars, Badeleros, Hurricanes and FAST Karts. Racing starts at 2:30PM.

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Pit Stop
 FMCRA Race School Graduates ready for 2005 Mini Cup season Opener

 Schedule for January 8th at New Smyrna Speedway

 New Smyrna Speedway returns to racing action Jan. 8 with Riverfest 300

 Reminder for all Sunbelt - Super Late Model Drivers about SpeedFest

 Entries Are Coming In for USA International Speedway's 2005 SpeedFest

 Happy New Year from New Smyrna Speedway and Team FASCAR

 Pro Trucks and Quick Kids added to River Fest 300 at New Smyrna Speedway January 8th

 Team Cheetah Racing has Great 2004 Season


 Rick Bristol announces sale of his race team to driver R.J. Arnone

 Big Improvements being made at Orlando SpeedWorld, Entries pouring in for 2005 Winternationals

 Charlotte County Speedway Announces December 31 and January 2005 Events Schedule

 Volusia Speedway Park Announces 2005 Race Week Schedule

 USA will host 2005 Speedfest January 27, 28, and 29

 USA Sprints 2004 Southern Thunder Tour Champion Andy Kelly

 Greg Kielma Turns Over Driver Duties To Joey Barnes

 Florida Mini Cup and Santa Clause bring holiday cheer to Shriner's Hospital

 USA Sprints Return to Charlotte County Speedway

 Last Race Night Buffet a Success

 New Smyrna Speedway Ends 2004 with Full Program

 Citrus Closes 2004 with 2 Day Winter Spectacular

 Final 2004 Race Set for Saturday Afternoon at Orlando SpeedWorld

 East Bay Raceway Park Gears up for 2004 Finale and 2005 Winter Nationals

 Drivers have FINAL Chance to Practice at SpeedWorld this Wednesday

 Final Race Night Buffet will honor area track and series champions

 Bobby Orr returns to New Smyrna Speedway


 Greenwood Chevolet to Sponsor first ever FASCAR Pro Truck race this Saturday at Columbia


 FASCAR Pro Trucks debut this Saturday at Columbia Motorsports Park

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