FEATURE OF THE DAY: the 1 vs 1 Challenge with the Middleburg trophy going to the winner
The second day of racing will also start from the grid drawn on N. Madison St, in the heart of Middleburg, from where the cars will head to the undulating terrain of Atoka Chase for a series of Time Trials and an Average Trial that will take them across the borders of West Virginia. The Shenandoah Circuit, inside Summit Point Motor Park will put the crews to the test as they are called upon to demonstrate driving skills, familiarity with stopwatches and mastery of regularity techniques.
The route east to West Virginia will take the cars as far as Shepherdstown and then along the banks of the Potomac River to the Harper's Ferry Passage Control. Returning to Virginia from Purcerville, an Average Trial along 748 Sam Fred Road, return to Middleburg, with Time Trials at the Salamander Resort equestrian area and a drive to Beverly Equestrian will conclude the morning racing.
Sporting activities will resume at 4 p.m. with the Middleburg Trophy, the 1 vs. 1 challenge in the heart of the city, where cars will compete along an 80-meter track along Madison St. watched by spectators that always welcome this event with great enthusiasm. After the qualifying round, the competition will get into full swing with the knockout clashes. At the end of the Trophy, the cars will be displayed along N. Madison St. while crews and townsfolk will gather for a typical American barbecue.
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