Unclaimed 50/50 Tickets
Thursday, 03 May 2012
The winning ticket from Saturday, April 7th worth $1,501.00 remains unclaimed.

The winning ticket from Friday, April 27th worth $328.00 remains unclaimed.

If you have either ticket please call Alan Aichholz at (419) 681-4641 to claim your prize.
Last Updated ( Friday, 11 May 2012 )
American Late Model Series Purse Structure
Monday, 23 April 2012

ImageThe purse structure for the Sunoco American Late Model Series events on Friday, April 27th and Friday, July 27th at "Ohio's Finest Racing" speed plant.

$50.00 per car that do not transfer to the A-Main.

 1st Place
 $3,000  12th Place
 2nd Place
 $1,400  13th Place
 3rd Place
 $1,200  14th Place
 4th Place
 $800  15th Place
 5th Place
 $550  16th Place
 6th Place
 $500  17th Place
 7th Place
 $450  18th Place
 8th Place
 $425  19th Place
 9th Place
 $400  20th Place
 10th Place
 $375  21st Place
 11th Place
 $300  22nd Place

Last Updated ( Monday, 23 April 2012 )
Rains Halt Attica's F.A.S.T. Opener
Friday, 20 April 2012
ImageA band of showers moved into the area just after the three 410 sprint heats were concluded Friday at Attica Raceway Park, wiping out the night’s action on Construction Equipment and Supply Night Presented by Goodyear Tire.    

There were 26 of the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprints signed in for the opening night of the Kistler Racing Products F.A.S.T. (Fremont/Attica Sprint Title) Championship Series Presented by Engine Pro and KS Sales & Service. Heats were won by Shane Stewart, Phil Gressman and Byron Reed before the rains fell.    

There were 22 of the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Models ready to do battle and 21 of the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints.    

Those in attendance can use their rain ticket at any regular weekly event.

"Ohio's Finest Racing" speed plant is back in action next Friday, April 27th, with the Sunoco American Late Model Series running for $3,000 to win! Also its another Fremont/Attica Sprint Title night for the O'Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprints. The Fremont Fence 305 Sprints round out the program.

Get updates, photos & each divisions' top-5 finishers at the end of the night by signing up to Attica Raceway Park's Twitter account. Visit to sign up or if you already have a Twitter account simply text the message "follow atticaracewyprk" to 40404.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 21 April 2012 )
Fremont/Attica Sprint Title Ready To Push Off The 2012 Season
Wednesday, 18 April 2012


ImageBy Scott Porter - F.A.S.T. Public Relations

(Maumee, OH) Coming off the most competitive season to date, the Kistler Racing Products Fremont/Attica Sprint Title (F.A.S.T.) Championship Series presented by Engine Pro and KS Sales & Service is ready to push off its 2012 campaign. Drivers have their sights set on the $10,000 to win championship, but 20 grueling events lie ahead over the upcoming summer months to ultimately decide who will be named the 2012 F.A.S.T. Champion. The title hunt begins this weekend with events at Attica Raceway Park on Friday, April 20th with a $3,000 to win feature before making the haul to Fremont Speedway on Saturday, April 21st for the season opener at "The Track That Action Built".

The Northern Ohio sprint car championship will combine points over the course of 20 nights between two of the premiere dirt racing facilities in the country and will ultimately reward its competitors with a cut from an independent point fund separate from the track's season championship point funds. Entering its fourth season, the F.A.S.T. Series has handed out over $180,000 in cash, prizes, and contingency awards to local sprint car teams that compete at Attica and Fremont. Also increased exposure has been brought to the area through the hard work of a dedicated group of fans from the stands.

"Its hard to believe we're kicking off our 4th year with this deal," said Bryan Autullo of the F.A.S.T. organization. "We sat around 5 years ago wondering what we could do to increase the payout and the level of competition at our two home tracks and Scott Porter, Chris Kettman, and I came up with this simple idea.  Some people thought we were crazy in the beginning, but what we've done here has put a lot of cash and prizes back into the local race shops. We've met our goal and we've seen some great point battles develop for that $10,000 top prize.  We're looking forward to another great season."

Bryan Sebetto captured the 2011 F.A.S.T. Kistler Cup in large part due to three consecutive wins that the Burmeister Racing team rattled off at season's end to narrowly beat out Dean Jacobs by just 27-points for the title. 2010 F.A.S.T. Champion Byron Reed was just 62-markers back in third place with 2009 F.A.S.T. Champion Craig Mintz in fourth, while Phil Gressman rounding out the top-five. The series saw 8 different feature winners in 16 nights of racing last year, with Sebetto scoring the most wins with five. Byron Reed, Phil Gressman and Brandon Martin each collected two apiece, while Tim Shaffer, Danny Smith, Sam Hafertepe Jr. and Brad Haudenschild each visited Engine Pro Victory Lane once.

Attica Raceway Park kick-offs the F.A.S.T. Championship Series season with a $3,000 to win feature on Friday, April 20th. John Bores has been gracious to schedule a total of four $3,000 to win events over the course of the season on various F.A.S.T. nights. "Ohio's Finest Racing" speed plant as already hosted three 410 sprint car events this season, which has set up Craig Mintz as an early title contender in the mind of many. The Gibsonburg, Ohio native scored his first career UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions feature win after he chased down "The Black Bandit" Stevie Smith and narrowly beat him to the line by just 0.146 of a second. Mintz also finished 2nd to Dale Blaney on the previous night in All Star competition. Dean Jacobs, who has not competed yet in 2012, will also be a contender for the title aboard the Seeling Motorsports #97. Jacobs proved to be the most consistent driver at the 1/3-mile high-banked clay oval in 2010 en route to winning his first track championship at Attica.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 18 April 2012 )
Weekly Attica Raceway Park & All Star Drivers Get Extra Incentives To Beat The World of Outlaws!
Wednesday, 18 April 2012

ImageBy Brian Liskai

(Attica, OH) When the World of Outlaw Sprint Car Series come to a track, the “local” drivers always want to defend their turf… it’s a matter of pride. But, when the likes of Joey Saldana, Donny Schatz, Steve Kinser, Sammy Swindell, Kraig Kinser, Craig Dollansky, Cody Darrah, Chad Kemenah, Lucas Wolfe and the rest of the touring stars come to Attica Raceway Park for the Kistler Engines Classic, on Friday, June 1st, the “locals” will have plenty of monetary incentive as well.

Not only will the teams be battling for the $10,000 payday for the 40-lap event, but there’s plenty of bonus funds up for grabs. Any driver in the Top-25 of Attica Raceway Park’s weekly point standings after May 18th who defeats the Outlaws for the feature victory will get an additional $2,500 from Attica Raceway Park. Should that driver also be in the Top-10 of the University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champion’s National point standings through May 27th, there is another $1,000 bonus from that series.

Also, engine manufacturers Kistler Engines, Gressman Powersports and Level Performance are offering a $2,000 gift certificate if one of the Top-25 in Attica’s weekly point standings is running an engine built by one of those companies and wins the race. Also, All Pro Aluminum Heads is giving a $250 gift certificate if the race winner is using their engine heads.

Attica Raceway Park will also give the highest finisher in the A-Main that is in the track’s Top-25 in points a $500 bonus. If a driver in the Top-25 in points wins the race, then the second highest feature finisher in the Top-25 in points will get the $500 bonus.

For more information contact Rex LeJeune at 419-680-5606 or go to

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