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CRA Super Series releases entry form for $15,000-to-win Redbud 400 at Anderson

Matt Weaver | STS

The CRA Super Series has released the entry form for the prestigious Redbud 400, which will take place on Monday, July 16th at Anderson Speedway in Indiana. The event will return to a Monday show in 2018, after the Kentucky Speedway NASCAR Weekend.

Previous winners of the prestigious Redbud include Steve Wallace in 2017, Dalton Armstrong in 2016, Erik Jones in 2015, Daniel Hemric in 2014, Johnny Van Doorn in 2013, Ross Kenseth in 2012, Steve Dorer in 2011, Scott Hantz in 2010 and Kyle Busch in 2009. Fans who witnessed last year’s battle between Wallace and Rapheal Lessard were treated to one of the best ever Redbud 400s in recent memory.

Recap and results: Steven Wallace outduels Raphael Lessard to win 2017 Redbud

The racing action could be even fiercer for the 2018 event as the Parallax Power Supply Redbud 400 winner’s purse has been increased by $5,000 for the 2018 event, to an incredible $15,000 to win.

The Redbud 400 will be 400 laps counting yellows.

It will also feature Controlled Cautions, which were first used for this event in 2017 with great success. When a yellow comes out teams will have three laps to service their race car without losing laps or positions on pit road. Those cars will then line up behind the cars that did not pit at that yellow. Teams not getting out of the pits in the three laps will have to fall to the tail of the field and will risk losing laps.

Additional track and Parallax Power Supply Redbud 400 event information can be found at www.andersonspeedway.com.

Parallax Power Supply Redbud 400 Entry Forms, Schedule of Events and ARCA/CRA Super Series rules and regulations can be found at www.cra-racing.com.

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Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He is also the associate motorsports editor of Autoweek Magazine and its website, which allows him to cover the highest levels of the sport.

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