Word out of Beech Ridge Motor Speedway is that all systems are "go" for this weekend's PASS North Series season opener.
The Cabin Fever 150 is slated to begin with heat races on Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m.
An official at the track said on Wednesday that the track itself is dry, the parking lots are in good shape and the sprawling pit area is mostly dried out. Weather forecasts for this week are for warm and sunny days with no rain in sight.
Everything should take place as scheduled.
"I met with (track owners Ralph and Andy Cusack) at Beech Ridge (on Tuesday) and we took a good look at the entire facility," PASS president Tom Mayberry said. "Eighty percent of the pits and parking lots are ready to go.
"There may be snow in your yard and mud in your driveway but we’re ready to go racing."
In addition to Saturday's racing, there are open practice sessions on both Thursday and Friday afternoons at the track. Grandstand admission is free both days.