Invasion of the O'Reilly All Star Sprints Set To Close Out Attica's 2007 Season PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 August 2007

By Black Swamp Media Group

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As the 2007 racing season begins to wind down, the All Stars will heat things up on Labor Day weekend. The 2007 championship points battle is taking shape as defending champion Greg Wilson trails veteran driver Danny Smith by only 32 points. The two have been within striking distance of each other throughout most of the season with third place runner Brian Paulus just waiting for one of them to slip up. Paulus leads the 2007 Rookie of the Year points and would like a crack at the All Star title. Brandon Martin has been consistent all season long and sits solidly in fourth place going into the weekend. Paul May rounds out the Top 5 as these heavyweight contenders are set to enter the ring and duke it out for three rounds during the All Star Labor Day “Fall Brawl” weekend.

ImageOn Saturday September 1st, the O'Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions will make their fourth and final appearance of the season at Attica Raceway Park to close out the 20th year of racing at "Ohio's Finest Racing" venue . Brock Mayes nipped Byron Reed at the line to collect his first career All Star feature win and Dale Blaney picked up the other two races contested so far, including opening night of the 25th Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek in June. The Attica regulars will provide tough competition for the traveling series as 2007 Track Champion Byron Reed leads a tough contingent that compete weekly at Attica. Along with local stars such as Mark Keegan and John Ivy in the ring, the All Stars will need to be fast on their feet and keep swinging until the checkered flag falls on the 30 lap affair.

Join the O'Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions on Labor Day weekend as 24 heavyweight contenders enter the ring and duke it out for points and prize money with the $50,000 to win season points championship on the line. The excitement builds with only a few races left on the 2007 schedule. Will Greg Wilson repeat as champion? Will Danny Smith prevail? Will Brian Paulus find a way to pounce on them both? Can Brandon Martin or Paul May catch them all and wear the 2007 crown? Be there to see all the action for yourself as the All Stars and local stars meet. For more information on the All Star series, visit

Pit gates will open at 4:00 pm with the main gates set to open at 4:30 pm. Racing will start at 7:30 pm. Tickets cost are $20 for Adults, $18 Seniors, $15 Ages 11-5, Free for Ages 10 & under. Pit passes are $30.

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