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Spring Fling invades Bristol Dragway

500 drag racers from 31 states are at Bristol Dragway this weekend for th 4th annual Spring Fling.

This unique four day event allows bracket racers to compete in 1 class for all cash.   $200,000 in prize money is up for grabs.  Maryland native Chelsea Spence is making her fourth trip to the fling.   She won Friday night taking home $12,500.

 

 

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