Alex Bright takes wheel of Hummer R7 for Garden State 100 mega event

Alex Bright is no stranger to big races and winning big races. This weekend the Collegeville driver will embark on a new challenge and chase the $10,000 prize at the end of the Garden State 100 for the All Pro SpeedSTRs fueled by Vp Racing Fuels.


Bright finished strong in the previous $10,000 to win race held at Selinsgrove Speedway with a podium finish for car owner Ralph Rehrig. Now Bright will pilot a car for Robert Hummer of Hummer Motorsports that is normally driven by Billy Pauch Sr. Bright is fresh off a USAC East Coast Sprint Car title with Hummer as the car owner.


This season Bright won eleven times in twenty-two races with the Sprint Cars plus USAC National Series starts with success.


Bright has quite a few big micro sprint wins to on his resume, was the high point car at the Dirt Track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s BC 39, and of course has been a preliminary night winner at the Chili Bowl in a midget.


The Garden State 100 weekend at Bridgeport Motorsports Park is this weekend.


Saturday November 13th warmups will start at noon for the 602 Sportsman running topless, 4 Cylinders, Slingshots, and SpeedSTRs on the big track and the Wingless 270 and 600 Micro Sprints and Junior Slingshots on the ¼ Mile track.


On Sunday racing will return with warmups again starting at noon. The 602 Sportsman will once again be running topless and will be joined by the 4 Cylinders for the second day in a row on the big track. The ¼ Mile track will return to racing Sunday as well with the Wingless 600 Micro Sprints, Junior Slingshots, and All Star Slingshots on the “Roval”.


Sunday will also include the $10,000 to win 100 Lap “Garden State 100” for the All Pro SpeedSTRs. This is the first time a long-distance open wheel race has been run in New Jersey in many years.


Information regarding this event can be found on Speedwayent.com as well as on bridgeportmotorsportspark.com


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