With just two regular season events remaining on the 2016 schedule, the points battles are heating up in the “Super 7 Racing Series” at the Kinross Speedpark; Home of the Contingency Connection $100,000 Racer Rewards Program.
Action resumes this coming Sunday, August 21st with the track’s Richmond Gear Weekend Warriors Full Show with the Precision Forestry Modifieds, ABC Stock Cars and Four Cylinders all taking to the track.
Time trials are set for 1:30 p.m with racing action to begin at 3:00 p.m.
With a feature win last weekend, Tim Aho (#27, Sault Ste. Marie MI) has extended his lead a top the Precision Forestry Modified Division to 7 points over Buddy Gray IV (#24JR, Petoskey MI).
Goulais River competitor, Jay Palumbo (#90), BJ Marcoux (#43M, Havilland ON) and Kyle Jarrett (#27, Sault Ste. Marie ON) round out the top five positions.
Keenan Spurway (#0, Sault Ste. Marie ON) enters the week on the heels of back-to-back ABC Stock Car A-Division feature wins, along with a 16-point lead in the division.
Tony Rankin (#68, Kinross MI) and Jason Praysner (#5, Sault Ste. Marie ON) cap off the top podium positions.
The ABC Stock Car B-Division continues to grow and show parody as each and every week has seen a different feature winner, including 1st-career feature wins by Chris Toms (#44, Brimley MI) and Buddy Palahnuk (#26, Goualis ON) in recent weeks.
As for the standings, veteran Speedpark competitor Larry Young Sr. (#25, Sault Ste. Marie MI) leads the pack with a twelve point advantage over Palahnuk and twenty-six point advantage ahead of John Lowery II (#2, Elmira MI) in third position.
Jon Diodati’s (#52, Sault Ste. Marie ON) 119 points provides him solid cushion in the Four Cylinder Division lead over Brent Fewchuk (#3, Sault Ste. Marie ON) and Dean Eggart (#88, Kinross MI)
Main Grandstand admission prices are $11.00 USD/CDN for Adults, $7.00 USD/CDN for Seniors & Students while Kids 11 & Under are FREE.
This week’s 50/50 draw will support Speaks Education, a non-profit providing services free of charge to families having children with disabilities.
Source: Kinross Speedpark