Crate Racin’ USA has announced that it has purchased the South Eastern Crate Association (SECA), which operates several divisions of racing in the Carolinas and Northeast Georgia. Despite the change of ownership, the group says there will be few changes in the near future.
“The Divisions that race under the SECA banner will remain in place with very few adjustments for the 2020 season,” Crate Racin’ USA Director Adam Stewart said. “We will have a new website up soon that will contain rules, contact information, and all of the pertinent information.”
According to Stewart, Crate Racin’ USA is aiming to help SECA gain a larger national PR footprint and provide additional technical support. He added that all of the SECA staff and many of the key personnel will remain on board.
A new website and social media pages for the SECA are currently in development, Stewart said.
Former SECA owner Scott Childress will continue advising the SECA team while also promoting Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina, and Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, Georgia.