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As the summer shines in Winston-Salem, N.C., racing season is underway at Bowman Gray Stadium. It's the 70th incarnation of modified racing, and the battle for the checkered flag among top competitors such as Burt Myers, Tim Brown, Jason Myers, George Brunnhoelzl III, and Jonathan Brown is intense. This series takes viewers to Bowman Gray, considered NASCAR's first and longest-running weekly track, where each week drivers risk their lives, money and pride. When they put their cars to the test, those who fall short have to improve their skills in hopes of redemption.

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Burt Myers hopes to build on his lead; Tim Brown needs a win; with a wreck magnet on the pole and $3,000 on the line, anything could happen.
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It's week two at Bowman Gray Stadium; reigning champ Burt Myers hopes for two more wins, while Tim Brown fears a hand injury will put an end to his season; Jason Myers rushes to repair his battered car and get his season back on track.
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It's the season opener at Bowman Gray, a 200-lap marathon; reigning champ Burt Myers hopes to continue his hot streak, but local legend and all-time win leader Tim Brown will stop at nothing for the checkered flag.
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It's the last race of the season; defending champion Burt Myers has car trouble at the worst time, and Tim Brown seizes on his misfortune to try to win the championship; Jonathan Brown shows once and for all that he belongs at Bowman Gray.

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