Then they learned that Bethel Motor Speedway was actually going to NASCAR sanctioned next year. That changed things. “Well, me and him both are going to have a serious talk about it,” said Dachenhausen, who is a racer in his own right. “I'm really not too sure that we should go into NASCAR with the attitude that we had at the beginning of the year.
“But then,” he said, “it's not like we're betting on Bethel Motor Speedway to win or lose. It's more like we're betting on ourselves. And if we do, it's really not that big of a deal. If we do, then there's a chance we get our money back and that's great.” If they don't win, well, he'll be a happy camper.
If you go to Bethel in November or early December, it's not uncommon to see a lot of cars parked in the gravel pit as racers prepare to enter and exit the track. The pits are a good way to relax and get used to NASCAR racing. As for the rest of the race, it's all a matter of the horses and who can beat the odds.
Bethel's first NASCAR race will be an eight-lap sprint from turn one to turn eight. Bethel hasn't run this race before, and NASCAR officials will need time to get used to the new track. It won't be a huge challenge, but it will require a great deal of effort from the racers. The track has also been redesigned.
Bethel's race will be televised, but not in its entirety. Because of that, the Bethel Motor Speedway will probably be closed during those hours when most people are watching the Super Bowl. But it will be shown on the local news channel. NASCAR officials expect the track to be open once Bethel's race starts, because the race is important to them.
The Bethel Motor Speedway will be an interesting one to watch. Many drivers believe it could bring them a lot of good fortune. For others, it could mean a trip to the playoffs, where they can go bowling.
There are many races on the NASCAR circuit, and Bethel Motor Speedway may not be the one they think of first. That race, however, is important. Bethel is hoping to land a contract with NASCAR that would allow it to move to another road course or even in another state.
It's also possible that NASCAR could play an entire race on Bethel, because the speedway is in a remote area. In a remote area, some people will have trouble hearing the racing on TV. and may be able to get the message. from the track, which means they'll need a way to get on the track.
There are more things that Bethel Motor Speedway could be doing, and more that could happen. than one race. For now, though, NASCAR officials are expecting a tough race on Saturday night.