Racing Action Kicks Off In Ohio This Friday Night At Attica Raceway Park PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 22 March 2010


By Brian Liskai

(Attica, OH)
After a long snowy winter, racing will finally kick off in the Buckeye State at Attica Raceway Park on Friday, March 26, 2010 with the fire-breathing 410 sprints, wheel-hiking Fultz Fabrications and Speed Shop UMP late models and mud-slinging Fremont Fence 305 sprints in action on Columbus Equipment Night.

A lot of drama will play out in 2010 – can Chris Andrews defend his 410 sprint title; Paul Weaver win another 305 sprint championship; Ryan Missler make it two titles in a row in the late models; and Art Ball, the ageless one, take another truck championship? Who will win the second Kistler Racing Products F.A.S.T. (Fremont Attica Sprint Title) Championship and take home the $10,000 prize and Kistler Cup Trophy? It will all play out every Friday night at “Ohio ’s Finest Racing” speedplant.

A lot of improvements have been completed at ARP over the winter. The most noticeable for fans will be the new state-of-the-art message center located in the infield. The new electronic board will help keep fans abreast of what is going on during racing action in addition to providing information on upcoming events, sponsors and many more amenities.

Many of the bleacher boards have been replaced and a new guardrail and fencing has been installed along the pit area in turns 3 and 4. A new ticket both has been installed for the pit entrance and the track’s sound system has been upgraded.

More importantly, the dry weather last week has the grounds and track in great shape.

To view some of the improvements at Attica Raceway park, go to

And don’t forget kids, ARP is instituting the Junior Fan Club in 2010 with many great prizes and lots of race night fun. Its FREE to join for any kids ages 6-12 years old. Visit the Action Photos booth on Friday to learn how to register.

Gates open Friday at 5 p.m. with racing action underway at 7:45 p.m. Tickets will remain at $14 for adult general admission; $12 for senior citizens; $10 for kids ages 11-15; and kids 10 and under get in free. Pit passes are $25.

For more information call 419-680-5606.

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