The Chrome Horn News



    After a successful campaign last month in the 42nd Annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing in Florida, Ted Christopher and the Brady Bunch Racing team are headed back below the Mason-Dixon Line. On March 22 they will compete in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour 2008 season opener at Caraway Speedway in Sophia, North Carolina.
    Christopher and the Brady team have a history of success at Russell Hackett’s four-tenths mile oval. In 2006 TC drove the Sherm’s Towing Chevrolet into Victory Lane in this same event. Last year they were battling for the lead with local favorite Burt Myers when an incident knocked the #00 out of the race. Both driver and car owner are anxious to return to Caraway and start a new winning streak.
    “I love racing at Caraway,” explains Christopher. “It’s a fast track and you can really race there. The Southern Modified drivers always put up a good battle and you have to be at your very best to beat them. Joe, Scott and the crew will have the car dialed in and that Performance Technology motor always makes big power. I can’t wait to go back there and race.”
    “In our four decades of racing we’ve been fortunate to have many of the top Modified drivers in our car,” notes team owner Joe Brady. “Ted Christopher measures up well against any of them. He is very talented and he has an incredible will to win. We have a good setup for Caraway and Teddy knows the fast way around the track. We won there two years ago and were in contention last year when our luck turned sour. I can’t wait to return to Caraway and put the Sherm’s Towing #00 back in the winner’s circle.”
    The March 22nd event marks the first of six visits by the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour to Caraway Speedway in 2008. Racing is set to begin with qualifying at 6 PM. For more information you can contact the Speedway at (336) 629-5803 or visit their website at


SourceBruce Boucher / Ted Christopher Racing PR
Posted:  March 14, 2008

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