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At A Glance: Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series & UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions
Monday, 26 August 2013

For The First Time Ever The Lucas Oil Late Models & UNOH All Star Sprint Cars Racing On The Same Night

ImageHistory will be made on Friday, August 30th as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions share center stage at "Ohio's Finest Racing" speed plant.

On Saturday, August 31st the UNOH All Star Sprints return for the traditional "Attica Ambush" season finale at ARP. Also in action will be the UMP DIRTcar Late Models, 305 Sprint Cars and Dirt Trucks.


Special thanks to Baumann Auto Group for INCREASING the winner's share in all four divisions on Saturday night!

Also thanks to Ron McComas of MRE Racing for giving an extra $200 so we can pay $1,000 to win for the 305 Sprint Cars.


  Friday, August 30th   Saturday, August 31st
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
$10,000 To Win

UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions
$3,000 To Win
UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions
$5,500 To Win
UMP Late Models - $1,500 To Win
305 Sprint Cars - $1,000 To Win 
Dirt Trucks - $600 To Win
 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
 PIT GATES: 3:00 PM
 PIT GATES: 3:00 PM
 MAIN GATES: 4:00 PM
 MAIN GATES: 4:00 PM
 HOT LAPS: 6:00 PM HOT LAPS: 6:00 PM
 RACING: 7:45 PM
 RACING: 7:00 PM
 ADMISSION PRICES
 ADMISSION PRICES
 GENERAL ADMISSION: $30.00 ADULTS: $22.00
 AGES 11-15: $15.00 SENIORS: $20.00
 AGES 10 & UNDER: FREE AGES 11-15: $10.00
 PIT PASS: $35.00 AGES 10 & UNDER: FREE
 
 PIT PASS: $30.00

MARKING YOUR SEATS: You can mark your seats prior to the event after the races on Friday, August 24th by taping plastic or blankets down to the bleachers and marking them with "Lucas Oil & All-Stars 8/30-8/31" with a Sharpie. You cannot just put tape directly on the bleacher (it will be removed prior to the event).

STADIUM CHAIR POLICY: No stadium chairs with backs will be allowed in for special events for the courtesy of those sitting around you.

COOLER POLICY: No coolers permitted over 14-Inches.

ALCOHOL POLICY: Ohio Revised Code 4301.62 prohibits the carry in or carry out of alcoholic beverages. All coolers will be inspected for compliance to this law. For those fans over the age 21, alcohol can be purchased inside the track gates. 

CAMPING INFORMATION: Space for RV and tent camping is available. There is limited availablity for electric hook-ups. Electric hook-up is available for $10 per day.

Last Updated ( Friday, 30 August 2013 )
 
Congratulations To Our 2013 Track Champions
Sunday, 25 August 2013

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O'Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint Cars
Craig Mintz #09

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Summit Racing Equipment UMP DIRTcar Late Models
Ryan Missler #50Y

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Foster Auto Body 305 Sprint Cars
Nate Dussel #1

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Bob's Machine Shop Dirt Trucks
Dustin Keegan #D1
Last Updated ( Monday, 26 August 2013 )
 
Attica Raceway Park Track Championship Scenarios
Monday, 19 August 2013

ImageRoss Paulson of Computer Man Inc shares with us what the current point leaders need to do in order to wrap up their division's championship this coming Saturday, August 24th on Kistler Racing Products Season Championship Night with double points on the line.

O'Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint Cars:
Craig Mintz has an 81 point lead. If Caleb Griffith wins the feature then Craig Mintz would need to finish 19th or better. If Mintz does not make the feature then Griffith would need to finish 6th or higher.
 
Summit Racing Equipment UMP DIRTcar Late Models:
Ryan Missler has an 8 point lead.  If Cody Scott can win he will be the track champion. Otherwise Cody scott would need to finish at least 2 poistions ahead of Missler. Matt Iry,  Mike Bores and John Mayes Jr. still has a remote chance.
 
Foster Auto Body 305 Sprint Cars:
Nate Dussel has a 16 point lead over Dustin Dinan, If Dinan were to win then Dussel would need to finish 3rd or better to be the track champion. Otherwise Dinian would need to finish more the 4 spots ahead of Dussel. Jordan Ryan still has a chance.
 
Bob's Machine Shop Dirt Trucks:
Dustin Keegan has a 19 point lead over Dan Roepke Jr.  If Roepke were to win then Keegan would need to finish at least forth. Otherswise Roepke would need to finish 5 spots ahead of Keegan. Brian Sorg, Kyle Cline and Art Ball still have a chance to claim the championship.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 August 2013 )
 
2013 Special Event Purse Structure For 410 Sprints
Monday, 19 August 2013

Below is the purse structure for the O'Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint Car Divisions on August 24th.

 1st Place
 $3,000  12th Place
 $325
 2nd Place
 $1,300  13th Place
 $300
 3rd Place
 $1,000  14th Place
 $275
 4th Place
 $775  15th Place
 $275
 5th Place
 $650  16th Place
 $270
 6th Place
 $550  17th Place
 $265
 7th Place
 $500  18th Place
 $260
 8th Place
 $450  19th Place
 $250
 9th Place
 $425  20th Place
 $250
 10th Place
 $400  21st Place
 $250
 11th Place
 $350  22nd Place
 $250

 

Last Updated ( Monday, 19 August 2013 )
 
Attica Raceway Park Moves To Saturday Nights... Big Shows Highlight Schedule
Sunday, 11 August 2013

ImageBy Brian Liskai

(Attica, OH) There’s still plenty of racing excitement at Attica Raceway Park during August. “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speed plant moves to Saturday nights and will wrap up it’s 25th anniversary season in a historic way.

It begins on Saturday, Aug. 17 with WNWO NBC Toledo Channel 24 Night with the O’Reilly Auto Part 410 Sprints in their final Kistler Racing Products FAST (Fremont Attica Sprint Title) Champion Series points event at the track for 2013. The series – split evenly between Attica and Fremont Speedway – rewards the champion with $10,000. Attica ’s feature will pay the winner $3,000 on Aug. 17.

Also racing will be the Summit Racing Equipment UMP DIRTcar Late Models, Foster’s Auto Body 305 Sprints and Bob’s Machine Shop Dirt Trucks.

Saturday, Aug. 24 will be the night Attica Raceway Park crowns its 2013 champions on Kistler Racing Products Night. Double points will be on the line for all four divisions. Last year local driver Brandon Martin claimed the feature win in the 410 sprints while Craig Mintz picked up the track title. In the late models, Ryan Missler would score the feature win to wrap up his fourth straight track championship. Teenager Jordan Ryan would get his first career win in the 305 sprints with Nate Dussel locking up the track title. Dan Roepke Jr. would get the dirt truck victory with Andy Keegan taking home the track championship.

This year, Mintz has had consistent top five runs and leads the 410 sprint points with former 305 sprint track champion Caleb Griffith within striking distance. Travis Philo has had a solid year including scoring his second career feature win and sits third in the standings with rookie D.J. Foos fourth and Duane Zablocki rounding out the top five.

To show how level the playing field is, there have been 10 different 410 sprint winners in the 10 races held this season at Attica .
In the late model point standings, Missler – though winless at Attica in 2013 – has a slight lead as he looks for his fifth straight track title. Youngster Cody Scott picked up his first career win earlier this year is looking to dethrone Missler. In fact, Scott is the only driver in the track’s top 10 in points who has a feature win in 2013. Matt Irey, Mike Bores and John Mayes Jr. are within striking distance of the title.

In the 305 sprint division, Nate Dussel’s five wins has him eyeing a second consecutive track championship. But, Dustin Dinan has caught fire as of late and his three feature wins has him just a handful of points out of a title. Young Jordan Ryan is also a contender for the championship. Jacon Keckler and last year’s rookie of the year Tyler Gunn round out the top five in points.
In the dirt trucks Dustin Keegan’s consistent top five finishes has him atop the point standings, but Dan Roepke Jr. has posted two wins and is there to take the title should Keegan falter. Brian Sorg, Kyle Cline and Art Ball are still in the tick of the title hunt as well.
Attica ’s season concludes on a historic note.

ImageFor the first time ever the track will host the Lucas Oil Late Model Series for a $10,000-to-win affair along with the University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champion Sprint Cars on Detroit Chcolat Night, Friday, Aug. 30.

On Saturday, Aug. 31, the UNOH All Stars return for the traditional Baumann Auto Group Attica Ambush with the late models, 305 sprints and dirt trucks also in action.

As of Aug. 1 Williamson, West Virginia’s John Blankenship leads the Lucas Oil point standings over “The Coronel” Steve Francis with Jimmy Owens, “The Real Deal” Don O’Neal, Earl Pearson Jr., Dennis Erb Jr., Jared Landers, Eddie Carrier Jr., Billy Moyer Jr. and Jerry Lierly. Owens leads the series with five wins in 2013 with Erb scoring four victories, Blankenship with three and Pearson with a pair.

ImagePrior to Attica’s race the Lucas Oil series had two huge weekends with the 31st Annual Sunoco North/South 100 at Florence (Kentucky) Speedway and the 21st Annual Comp Cams Topless 100 at Batesville (Arkansas) Speedway along with the 10th Annual Scorcher at Volunteer (Tennessee) Speedway and the Whiskey City 50 at Lawrenceburg (Indiana) Speedway.

The UNOH All Stars have made two appearances at Attica in 2013. Current series point leader Dale Blaney of Hartford , Ohio , scored the win during the annual Spring Nationals while former Attica track champion Chris Andrews picked up his first career series win to open the 31st Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek in June.

As of Aug. 1, Blaney had recorded five All Star wins in 2013 and is tied atop the series’ all-time win list with Kenny Jacobs with 98 victories. Blaney also recently wrapped up the UNOH All Star’s $10,000-to-win Western Region championship and leads the $20,000-to-win Ohio Region points over four time series champion Tim Shaffer.

For more information go to www.atticaracewaypark.com.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 11 August 2013 )
 
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