Cherokee Race Park Renews Commitment to IHRA

Cherokee Race Park Renews Commitment to IHRA
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Cherokee Race Park, one of East Tennessee most family friendly tracks, has renewed its commitment to the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) through a new multi-year sanctioning agreement.
 
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Located in Rogersville, Tenn., the facility features an 1/8-mile drag strip, has a family friendly atmosphere and some of the best track prep amongst East Tennessee drag racing facilities. 
 
Randy Marisett, who owns the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) sanctioned track with his wife, Christy, know how important it is to get the racing surface right. He’s a racer who has one door car (a Chevy Nova) and three dragsters. 
 
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One of the key amenities of the facility, which many racers appreciate is the paved pit area. The Rogersville, Tenn., track located less than one mile from Cherokee Lake. They also appreciate being part of the IHRA Summit SuperSeries, the most prestigious grassroots drag racing series.
 
“Cherokee Race Park is glad to continue as an IHRA sanctioned track,” Cherokee Race Park owner Christy Marisett said. “Our track champions really look forward to the opportunity to attend the IHRA Summit SuperSeries World in Memphis each year.”
 
IHRA Summit SuperSeries track champions for Cherokee Race Park in 2019 included: Zack Helton (Top) and Randall Bolden (Mod). 
 
For more information about Cherokee Race Park visit Cherokeeracepark.co.
 

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