History on the line as the 2004 CORR Lucas Oil Pro Series will conclude at the Unadilla Valley Sports Center this weekend
Indianapolis, Ind. (September 15, 2004)-Many questions will be answered this weekend during the finale of the 2004 CORR Lucas Oil Pro Series at the Unadilla Valley Sports Center in New Berlin, New York.
Can 5-time Pro-2 champion Scott Taylor continue his domination and win for the sixth year in a row? Will Carl Renezeder, who currently has a one- point advantage in the Pro-4 division over Jason Baldwin (179-178) claim his second straight division title? Will Kyle LeDuc become only the third driver in CORR history to win a Pro-Lite championship?
With two drivers in position to defend their division titles, and one ready to claim his first, the final two rounds of the 2004 CORR Lucas Oil Series will feature some of the most passionate racing all season.
Scott Taylor's lead in the Pro-2 division over Evans Evans is 18 points, 184 to 166. Evans has finished in second-place in the final standings three times (2000-2002), and finished third in 2003.
Kyle LeDuc has a 17-point lead over Chad Hord in the Pro-Lite division, 163 to 146. If LeDuc can preserve his lead and win the championship, he will become the third driver in CORR history to claim a Pro-Lite championship. Johnny Greaves (1998-1999) and 4-time defending champion Jeff Kincaid (2000- 2003) are the only other drivers to win a division championship. Kincaid is 5th in the standings with 130 points.
For information on the final event of the 2004 CORR Lucas Oil Series season, visit www.unadillamx.com or www.corracing.com.