Racers show off their cars this weekend
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Some of the NASCAR racing machines that were on display during a prevous race car show.
Some of the NASCAR racing machines that were on display during a prevous race car show.
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RUTLAND– Local NASCAR stock car drivers and their high-speed racing machines are flocking to the Diamond Run Mall in Rutland for the 12th annual Rutland Regional Race Car Show. The event is Saturday, March 23, and Sunday, March 24, and will showcase racers from around the region, including competitors from Devil’s Bowl Speedway in nearby West Haven.

As many as a dozen NASCAR Whelen All-American Series drivers and cars are expected to represent Devil’s Bowl Speedway at the event including Bond Auto Parts modified racers Jeff Haskins, of Wells, and Cody Sargen of Greenfield Center, NY, rookie late model drivers Josh Masterson of Bristol, and Seth Bridge, of Mendon, and two-division star Hunter Bates of Middlebury. Devil’s Bowl Speedway will also have a display booth with information about the 2013 racing season.

The Rutland Regional Race Car Show will be open on Saturday, March 23, from 10 am to 9 pm and Sunday, March 24, from 11 am to 5 pm. While admission is free, all attendees are encouraged to make a donation to the March For Babies charity. For more information visit www.diamondrunmall.com.
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