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Dalton Armstrong Joins List of Children's Dream Fund 50 Entries

The former CRA/JEGS All-Stars Tour champion and Redbud 400 winner is adding the Children's Dream Fund 50 at Citrus County to a growing list of Sprint Car appearances.


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New Castle, Indiana’s Dalton Armstrong confirmed today of his intentions to compete in this weekend’s Saturday March 2 $10,000 to win ‘Children’s Dream Fund 50’ at Citrus County Speedway in Inverness, Florida. The event will be co-sanctioned by the Must See Racing Sprint Series Presented by Perfit-Parts and the BG Products Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series. Armstrong will be aboard Mississippi car owner Terry Broadus’ #32 Beast Chassis.

Armstrong has been competing in pavement late Models the past several seasons. In fact, He claimed the CRA Pro Late Model championship 2015. He was also victorious in the Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway in 2016. After a fourth-place finish in the recent ‘Dave Steele 125’ earlier this month, he caught the bug and wanted to do some more pavement sprint car racing before the winter was over.

“I guess I’m a little bit crazy I guess,” laughed Armstrong. “We’ve done a couple non-wing races with Terry (Broadus), and he’s ran some wing stuff before. He’s kinda getting up in age and still has the heart for it. It takes a lot of time and effort to do these things. I said let us bring it to Indiana and let us go through it. Once we get the car squared away, I think we’ll have a decent little piece.”

“It’s a little bit out of my element but I have run some sprint car stuff. I’ve probably run a pavement sprint car five to six times, somewhere in that range. I’ve been picking the brain of guys like Joe Liguori and Davey Hamilton Jr. There are also a lot of YouTube videos and LJ Grimm has some in-car videos out there. I’ve watched about every YouTube video I can of this place.”

“It’s a shorter track and I think it’s a good track to go to. Its not gonna be too crazy with aero. I’m kinda baby stepping into the wing stuff and seeing if it’s something I wanna see later down the road. It’s kinda hard to do right now with how busy we are at the farm preparing for spring. I still a desire to win a race. We’re just gonna go out there and have fun” concluded Armstrong.

Armstrong is now one of over 30 confirmed entries for this Saturday’s 50-lap event. The event is shaping up to be the biggest winged pavement sprint car race in the Southeast seen in many years, if ever. The event has drawn entrants from all over the country.

For more info on the ‘Children’s Dream Fund 50’ please visit www.citruscountyspeedwayandtrack.com.

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