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With the second annual SBM 125 Tour-Type Modified Open at the Star Speedway now just over eight weeks away, the race has taken on a new name. It will now be known as the "Exeter Decorating SBM 125," with a significantly increased involvement provided by Exeter Decorating store owner Ralph Dutton for the Saturday, June 16 event.

"The opportunity to put our name on this race seemed like a perfect fit for us, being just over five miles from Star Speedway," Dutton reasoned. "Our involvement last year was a positive experience, and we look forward to building new relationships with area race fans in our showroom."

Located just one-quarter mile from exit 9 off Route 101 in Exeter, New Hampshire, the Exeter Decorating Center has one of the largest independently owned showroom's in all of New England, featuring carpet area rugs, floor and wall tile, hardwood, window treatments, wallpaper and paint.

For all of your home decorating needs, visit Exeter Decorating for service with a personal touch. More information, including in-store photos and brand availability is available on their web site at: www.exeterdecorating.com, or visit the showroom at 164 Epping Road, Route 27 in Exeter, N.H.

With this new development also comes news that Steve Rubin, from Fast Track Concessions of Star and Thompson Speedway's has agreed to replace Exeter Decorating as sponsor of the bonus program available to the Star weekly Modified teams. The highest finishing driver who runs a minimum three of the first four weekly series Modified events at Star leading up to the June 16 event will pocket an extra $250. The second best finisher will earn $150, while third place pays $100.

This event will be the only Tour-Type Modified race of its kind, featuring some of the best competitors from all four major Modified Tours, competing against the best weekly racers from Star Speedway. See traveling stars Mike Stefanik, Todd Szegedy, Les Hinckley, Matt Hirschman and many more compete against area standouts Andy Seuss, 2011 race winner Jon McKennedy and Star 2011 Track Champion Josh Cantara.

Several more announcements will be forthcoming as the event draws near. For more information about how to become involved with the highest paying asphalt Modified Open in the northeast this season through lap sponsorships, log onto our web site at: www.star-speedway.com, or email: StarPress2012@aol.com.

Source: Kevin Rice / Star Speedway
Posted: April 18, 2012

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