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Jan 17, 2024
Kaden Honeycutt, Chase Burrow and Terry Dease are the latest additions to the list of invitees for the event at Orange County Speedway, headlined by Ward Burton’s return to racing
Three more names have been added to the roster of drivers taking part in the Rogers Heating & Cooling Orange Krush 200 at Orange County Speedway on March 28.
Kaden Honeycutt, Chase Burrow and Terry Dease are the latest additions to the list of invitees for the event, headlined by Ward Burton’s return to racing. The $15,000-to-win Late Model Stock race is benefitting the Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation.
Honeycutt competed in 11 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events and made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at Martinsville Speedway in 2023. Honeycutt tallied three top-10 finishes in the Truck Series, with a best finish of eighth in the season finale at Phoenix Raceway.
Honeycutt is also a four-time race winner in the zMAX CARS Tour, with three Late Model Stock wins and one Pro Late Model win. In last November’s Thanksgiving Classic at Southern National Motorsports Park, Honeycutt finished second in a thrilling battle to the checkered flag with Brenden Queen and Josh Berry.
While Honeycutt was the CARS Tour’s Late Model Stock Rookie of the Year in 2021, Chase Burrow earned that distinction in 2022. The Virginia native has 11 top-10 finishes over the past two years in the CARS Tour.
While Honeycutt and Burrow could be considered rising stars in the racing world, Terry Dease is one of the most decorated drivers at Orange County Speedway. Dease claimed the Late Model Stock track championship at Orange County in 2023, giving him five track titles at the Rougemont, NC facility.
They join a list of drivers that already includes Ward Burton, NASCAR Xfinity Series competitor Jeb Burton, NASCAR Cup Series race winner Jeremy Mayfield, two-time NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series National Champion Peyton Sellers, 2016 CARS Tour Late Model Stock champion Deac McCaskill and 2023 Old North State Nationals winner Landon Huffman. The full list of announced drivers to date can be seen below.
For those looking to attend the Orange Krush 200 in person, advance tickets and race information are available at orangekrushrace.com. Fans unable to attend the race will be able to watch live on Racing America.
A portion of ticket sale and pay-per-view proceeds will benefit The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation to further their conservation and outreach efforts. The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation (WBWF) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that was founded in 1996 to promote the sustainability of natural resources through conservation, land management, outdoor outreach and educational practices.
Stay tuned to Racing America for more announcements and information regarding the Orange Krush 200, as well as coverage of the event leading up to and during the race on March 28.
-Photo credit: Will Bellamy/Racing America