Bahama Brackets Saturday is a day of qualifying during the day and later, a day of heat races called "Bashes". I decided to get to the track late morning to see some of the qualifying and just get a "lay of the land". The car count appeared to be between 150-200. After qualifying, I counted and the number I came up with from the qualifying sheets, was 179. The actual racing did not start until shortly after 6:00 p.m. Then it went non-stop. Since it was going to be a long night, I decided that 9:00 p.m. would be my target time to call it a night. It had been a very windy, cold day, however as it got close to sunset the wind died down and it actually felt warmer. As the night wore on, the cold did start to take it's toll. My plan didn't go quite as planned as the track stayed hot with bash after bash. Shortly after 10:00 p.m. there was a short break and I was able to exit the infield. While the weather was cold, the action on the track was very hot. There was some excellent racing. Here are some images from the entire day.
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The Bahama Bracket Championships begin at Noon on Sunday at the Rockford Speedway.
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