Jetmore King of the Hill preview

Jetmore Motorplex to Host ASCS King of the Hill in October TULSA, Okla. (September 12, 2007) -- Race fans in southwest Kansas and the surrounding areas will be treated to one last Sprint Car racing spectacular in 2007, as the Jetmore Motorplex...

Jetmore Motorplex to Host ASCS King of the Hill in October

TULSA, Okla. (September 12, 2007) -- Race fans in southwest Kansas and the surrounding areas will be treated to one last Sprint Car racing spectacular in 2007, as the Jetmore Motorplex in Jetmore, KS, will host the American Sprint Car Series "King of the Hill" event on Saturday night, October 20.

The ASCS "King of the Hill" event will feature drivers from three different ASCS Regions, including the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region, the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region and the ASCS Midwest Region.

Due to the late addition of the event, he $1,500-to-win and $300-to-start card will award no points to any of the Regions.

The ASCS "King of the Hill" event will be the final leg in the track's three-race mini-series this fall, culminating with the October 20 "Sprint Car Fury" card that will also include the URSS 305-ci Wingless Challenge Series Championship.

The ASCS Midwest Region put the wraps on its 2007 season this past weekend with North Dakota's Natalie Sather laying claim to the series championship.

The ASCS Rocky Mountain Region concludes its regular season with a two-night stand at New Mexico's Aztec Speedway this weekend, with Quinter, KS, ace C.J. Johnson in the driver's seat to snare the series title.

With a handful of events remaining, a mere seven points separate Fort Worth's Kevin Ramey from Tulsa-area drivers Cody Branchcomb and Brian McClelland in the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region championship battle.

For more information regarding the ASCS "King of the Hill" event atop the high-banked, 3/8-mile Jetmore Motorplex dirt oval, contact Rick Salem at 785-475-7010.

The 2007 season marks the 16th year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series. With a dozen different Regions in addition to the O'Reilly American Sprint Cars on Tour National series, ASCS will sanction approximately 240 scheduled nights of racing at more than 100 different race tracks throughout at least 30 different states and Canada.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com.

-credit: ascs

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Series Sprint
Drivers Cody Branchcomb , C.J. Johnson , Kevin Ramey