Just how fast is 200 miles per hour? A skydiver, cutting through the clouds, can reach speeds of up to 160mph. The AH-64 helicopter has a top cruising speed of 176mph. The TGV, France’s high-speed rail, set the world record for fastest wheeled train in 2007 for reaching 200mph. Yeah, Mad Mule has those beat!
On Saturday, March 3rd, see what speed in excess of 200mph looks like when the Mad Mule Pro Mod Shootout makes its 2018 debut at GALOT Motorsports Park in Benson.
With a top prize of $10,000 for the Pro Mod winner, Saturday’s shootout is guaranteed to showcase the rubber-burning, fuel-guzzling, white-knuckle speed GALOT’s state-of- the-art track is known for!
Show up and meet drivers Lizzy Musi, Jason Harris, Rickie Smith, Tommy Franklin, and Stevie Jackson. Every pass is a pit pass at GALOT! Other classes featured during Saturday’s Mad Mule will include 4.70 Outlaws, Door Car/Dragsters, PRO JR Dragsters, and TOP JR Dragsters.
Gates open at 9AM. The first round of qualifying will begin at 11AM. Adult admission is $20. Kids 10-and-under get in free.
GALOT Motorsports Park, is a state of the art racing facility. Features include race technology like a temperature-controlled racing surface, a timing tower and control room, as well as spectator comforts like VIP suites for up to 70 people, and highly-visible LED scoreboards with back-lit advertisements. The track has a grill next to the grandstand offering food and drinks during the races, and GALOT aims to be a family-friendly racing venue.
For more details, and more events as they are added, visit GALOTmotorsportspark.com or call the track at 919-894-1662. GALOT Motorsports Park is located at 555 Dragstrip Road, Benson, North Carolina 27504.
Racers and spectators interested in over-night accommodations can look for special rates at area hotels, as well as local dining and shopping deals, by visiting the JCVB's special GALOT web page here.
Mad Mule Pro Mod Shootout at GALOT
Monday, February 26, 2018 7:00 AM by Tyler Douglas