Potomac Speedway finales preview

Potomac Speedway Gets Set for Points Standings Finales Budds Creek, Md. - Potomac Speedway had its second week of a two-week break from the regular racing action as the Silver Hill Lion's Club Demolition Derby took to the track. The track is ...

Potomac Speedway Gets Set for Points Standings Finales

Budds Creek, Md. - Potomac Speedway had its second week of a two-week break from the regular racing action as the Silver Hill Lion's Club Demolition Derby took to the track. The track is getting set for its season finale points races this Saturday. The regular show will be on hand. Pit gates will open at 5:30 p.m. with racing starting at 7:00 p.m. Deane Guy of Clements, Md. only needs to take the green flag in the Budweiser Super Late Model feature to take home the championship title. Guy, a one-time feature winner this year, has a 207 point lead over two-time feature winner Rick Jones. Ernie Jones sits in third 141 points behind Rick Jones. Only 16 points separate Ernie Jones and Jackie Booth. One-time feature winner Harold Dorsey Jr. rounds out the top five.

In the Bell Motor Company Late Model series, Sommey Lacey of Clements, Md., also only needs to take the green flag to clinch the championship. Lacey, an eight-time feature winner, enjoys a 73-point lead over former late model points champion and five-time feature winner Paul Cursey. Rookie driver Johnny Smith, who had three wins to his credit is currently third, 132 points behind Cursey. Only nine points separate Smith and two-time feature winner Ronnie Hollidge. One-time rookie winner Chet Gagnon rounds out the top five.

Jamie Lathroum of Mechanicsville, Md. seems to be on his way to his first points championship title in the Coors Light Pure-Street Stock series. Lathroum, a four-time feature winner, enjoys a 77-point lead over one-time feature winner Tom Turner. Sixty-one points separate Turner and one-time feature winner Jimmy Jesmer. Kirk Confair is currently fourth, with two wins to his credit. Two-time feature winner Tommy Hitt rounds out the top five.

Sam Woods Jr. of Prince Frederick, Md. leads the Potomac Speedway Four-Cylinder points battle. Woods, a one-time feature winner, has only a 20 point lead over three-time feature winner Bob Tester Jr. Two-time feature winner Calvin Wright sits in third, followed by Linda Wright in fourth, and Billy Crouse in fifth.

Defending Cliff's Heating and Air Conditioning Enduro/Hobby Stock points champion Joe Adams of Clements, Md. is looking to pick up his second championship title. Adams, a seven-time feature winner, enjoys a 102-point lead over six-time feature winner Ben Bowie. Only 28 points separate Bowie from former points champion and four-time feature winner John Burch. Wayne Suite is currently fourth with one feature win, followed by one-time feature winner Ray Weaver in fifth.

In the Chesapeake Web Design Bomber class, Eric Hanson of Mechanicsville, Md. leads the standings with four wins to his credit and a 167 point lead over five-time feature winner Dale Moore, Jr. Only seven points separate Moore and five-time feature winner Jerry Oliver. One-time feature winner, Jimmy Suite sits in fourth, followed by David Cooper in fifth.

Come out to see these drivers and more battle it out for their final points positions. On the schedule for September 29th is a 100-lap Cliff's Heating and Air Conditioning Enduro/Hobby Stock feature along with the Chesapeake Web Design Bombers. The rules are open to all tracks. As a special treat, there will be participant drags in which race fans can take their own personal cars out on the track to compete in a half-track race. Along with the participant drags, there will also be a rollover contest. For information about these events and more, contact the Potomac Speedway track office at 301-884-4624 or check out the website at www.potomacspeedway.com..

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