ALL STARS HEADED TO LAWRENCEBURG AND PEVELY CAMARGO, IL (7-6-06) -- The All Star Circuit of Champions will take on the World of Outlaws once again with another co-sanctioned event that was rescheduled from the Friday April 21st rain out. The ...
ALL STARS HEADED TO LAWRENCEBURG AND PEVELY
CAMARGO, IL (7-6-06) -- The All Star Circuit of Champions will take on the World of Outlaws once again with another co-sanctioned event that was rescheduled from the Friday April 21st rain out. The series heads back to the ¼ mile bull ring in Southern Indiana with plenty of sun in the forecast this time around for the "City of Lawrenceburg Sprint Nationals". Lawrenceburg has been described as "having 24 fighter jets in your living room" with the close wheel to wheel racing. The tight quarter mile will make for some of the best action so far this season as the two longest running 410 winged sprint car series do battle on this short, high banked dirt track.
From there, the series travels West to Ken Schrader's I-55 Raceway in Pevely, MO with the World of Outlaws for another short track showdown. Greg Wilson currently leads the All Star season points and will be trying to add to his series points lead throughout the weekend. Brock Mayes and Chad Blonde are only a few points apart in 2nd and 3rd place respectively. Blonde also leads the Rookie of the Year points going into the weekend.
July 7th Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, Indiana)
39 Total ASCoC races and 25 different winners
Most ASCoC Wins -- Kelly Kinser (7)
Other Previous ASCoC winners -- Fred Linder (2), Lee Osbourne (2), Kenny Jacobs (2), Rickey Hood (2), Dale Blaney (2), Kevin Huntley (2), Steve Kinser (2), Dave Blaney (2), Charlie Fisher, Dean Jacobs, Mark Kinser, Randy Kinser, Jack Hewitt, Gary Wright, Danny Smith, Danny Lasoski, Joe Gaerte, Chad Kemenah, Jeff Shepard, Robbie Stanley, Tim Green, Phil Gressman, Kevin Briscoe, and Paul McMahan
Most Recent ASCoC Winner -- Kelly Kinser 9/17/05
July 8th I-55 Raceway (Pevely, MO)
2 Total ASCoC races and 2 different winners in 1989: Steve Butler and Sammy Swindell
Next up for the All Star Circuit of Champions is July 12th at Limaland Speedway for the Brad Doty Classic with the World of Outlaws series. From there it's on to Eldora Speedway on July 14th and 15th for the Kings Royal weekend. Visit the All Star web site at www.allstarsprint.com for more information on the series as well as the most up to date schedule information.