Daniel Miller Files Children’s Dream Fund 50 Entry


Daniel Miller will race in next month's Children's Dream Fund 50 at Citrus County Speedway in Florida. (David Sink photo)

INVERNESS, Fla. – Defending BG Products Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series champion Daniel Miller has committed to run in the Childrens Dream Fund 50 at Citrus County Speedway on March 2.

The race will pit the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Perfit against the Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series in one of the most anticipated pavement sprint car races in Florida in three decades.

Nearly 30 cars are expected to participate in the blockbuster event.

Miller, fresh off his series championship and a recent newlywed, was one of the first drivers to commit to the event. He is one of several Florida drivers expected to compete at Citrus County.

“I think this is going to be an awesome event,” Miller explained. ”To see the northern guys and southern guys run together is going to be fun. Obviously Must See is a big part of this race. I haven’t got to run with Must See yet, but my plan was to try to run with them at some point this year and I think it’s a really cool thing we’re doing to help the Dream Fund.”

“With this race being at Citrus County, I think we might have a slight advantage, being that we’re going to be at one of our home tracks,” Miller continued. “Like I said, it’s going to be cool to run with these northern guys. Hopefully, we’ll have a good race and have fun [along the way].”

Miller knows that defeating the likes of the northern based Must See Racing sprint car teams won’t be easy, but he feels up for the challenge.

“To have success in this race, we’re going to have to be on our A game. We haven’t been on our A game the past few races,” admitted Miller. “We’re going to have to get some testing done and get the car dialed in. I’m confident we can get the job done and at least get a top-three finish. We have the car to do it and the team to do it. We just have to put everything together and showcase what we have.

“I’m really looking forward to this event.”

The Children’s Dream Fund 50 kicks off Friday, March 1 with an open practice and a barbeque for teams at the conclusion of the evening, allowing drivers a chance to interact with one other and familiarize themselves prior to racing.

The following night’s program will be highlighted by qualifying and a 50-lap feature that will pay $5,000 to the winner.

Other promotional events will be held in the area leading up to race weekend, all being used to draw awareness to and raise funds for the non-profit Childrens Dream Fund organization.

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