ASCS2 Shifts Back to Creek County on Sunday TULSA, Okla. (July 18, 2007) -- The American Small Car Series, ASCS2, will shift back to Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, OK, this Sunday night, July 22, with three classes of Micro...
ASCS2 Shifts Back to Creek County on Sunday
TULSA, Okla. (July 18, 2007) -- The American Small Car Series, ASCS2, will shift back to Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, OK, this Sunday night, July 22, with three classes of Micro Sprints taking to the semi-banked, 0x00bc-mile clay oval.
The series was originally set to visit Caney Speedway on Sunday night.JHowever, with the Caney track not yet prepared to host such an event, the decision was made to shift the event to Creek County Speedway rather than scrap the date altogether.
The two previous ASCS2 events at Creek County Speedway have attracted entry counts of 66 and 69 on April 29 and June 3, respectively. The series was rained out at Creek County Speedway on July 1.
The series also brought 65 entries to Will Rogers Raceway in Claremore, OK, on July 8.
With three classes of Micro Sprints in action, including the 600cc-Multis, Non-Wing and Restricted "A" Class, the opening three events of the season offered up three different winners in all three classes.
It was not until Monday night, July 16, that ASCS2 had its first repeat winner when Scott Sawyer topped the Multi feature in support of the ASCS Speedweek event at Creek County Speedway. After tangling with a lapped car and flipping while leading the ASCS2 Multi opener at Creek County on April 29, Sawyer captured his first ASCS2 win at Will Rogers Raceway on July 8.
While Sawyer has two ASCS2 Multi wins, Chris Berreth and Montie Frey, Jr., have also visited victory lane. However, it is Ryan Duke who leads the way into Sunday's card at Creek County Speedway with a one-point advantage over Berreth in the championship points race.
Alex Decamp, Jonathan Halford and Denny Felker have each scored Non-Wing feature wins, with Decamp holding a 43-point lead over Jim Woods entering Sunday's event.
Tanner Mullens, Kyler Ray and Brandon Hahn have each been victorious in Restricted "A" action, with Kansas shoe Mullens holding a 21-point lead over Ray.
Sunday's hot laps begin at 7:00 p.m., with racing action set to go green at 7:30 p.m.
Creek County Speedway is located southwest of Tulsa off I-44 Exit 211, then 0.3 mile south on SR 33, then one mile west on SR 66. For more information, contact the track at 918-247-6675.
Current ASCS2 Points (Top 10):
Multis: 1. Ryan Duke 538, 2. Chris Berreth 537, 3. Zach Alley 515, 4. Zac Millikin 463, 5. Billy Lawhead 439, 6. Scott Sawyer 396, 7. Andrew Felker 385, 8. Jeremy Scott 319, 9. Harlan Hulsey 318, 10. Michael Wickham 316.
Non-Wing: 1. Alex Decamp 405, 2. Jim Woods 362, 3. Harlan Hulsey 358, 4. Joel Smith 357, 5. Dalton Cole 323, 6. Andrew Felker 304, 7. Earl McDoulett, Jr. 303, 8. Randy Crowder 283, 9. Christopher Bell 278, 10. Josh Toho 251.
Restricted "A": 1. Tanner Mullens 422, 2. Kyler Ray 401, 3. Blake Hahn 397, 4. Brandon Hahn 376, 5. Blake Edwards 368, 6. Karley Dobson 362, 7. Brian Ritter 360, 8. Ty Hulsey 310, 9. Morgan Moore 308, 10. Logan Ellis 294.