Lee, NH (March 9,2009) – –  Family pricing, facility improvements, and a 28
event schedule are just some of the highlights for the brand new racing
season at the Lee USA Speedway, Lee, NH. The MacDonald family, owners of the
NASCAR sanctioned race track, is busily preparing their facility for next
month's season opener.

The weekend event, labeled as the 2009 Governor's Cup April-Fest Weekend,
will officially open the new campaign on Saturday& Sunday, April 18 & 19.
The special program will once again feature the popular American-Canadian
Late Model Series in a 150 lap event on Sunday. Saturday will be utilized as
a practice session and qualifying day. Also in competition will be the Small
Block Supers, Strictly Stocks, Late Model Sportsman, Super Streets, Road
Runners, Four Cylinders, and Mini Stocks. The opener will set the stage for
what should be an exciting and interesting season at the Rte 125 oval.

The speedway will play host to the NASCAR Weekly All-American Series
beginning Friday night May 1, and with it will be special pricing for
regular weekly events. "We'll do what we did last year again this season."
said track manager Bob Watson. "Adult admission will be $10, and something
new this year, our junior pricing, has been adjusted  to 12 and under which
means kids 12 and under are admitted free. Ages 13 to 16 will fall into the
student pricing bracket of $6. It's important for Mom and Dad to be able to
bring the family to the races at affordable prices," he said.

Watson was pleased with the way the tracks "Kids Zone" was received last
year by both kids and their parents. "We launched the "Family Zone" and
although we had some takers, we really need to push the concept this year.
The section adjacent to the playground area will be sectioned off as the
"Family Zone". There will be NO SMOKING, NO FOUL LANGUAGE, and NO ALCOHOL
allowed in this section of the bleachers. Patrons that violate this policy
will be subject to removal from the section and possible removal from the
facility," he said.

Fans can also expect a brand new restroom facility scheduled to be erected
directly behind the Johnson Lumber Control Tower. "Thanks to the folks at
NASCAR and their capital improvements grant program,this is long overdue, we
are going to be able get this done with a target month of July to finish the
project." said the veteran track manager.

Special races have been scheduled throughout the season with the Pro-Four
Modifieds, True Value Modifieds, ISMA Supermodifieds, PASS Pro All-Star
Series, Twin State PASS Modified Series, NEMA Midgets, NEMA Lites, and a
Monster Truck Special all expected to visit the seacoast oval. For more
info, log on to www.leeusaspeedway.com