ALLSTAR: Memphis preview

All Stars Ready for Memphis Doubleheader May 14-15 CAMARGO, IL -- The last time the Haulmark All Star Circuit of Champions visited the state of Tennessee was in 1998 when Frankie Kerr won a feature at Volunteer Speedway. This season the ...

All Stars Ready for Memphis Doubleheader May 14-15

CAMARGO, IL -- The last time the Haulmark All Star Circuit of Champions visited the state of Tennessee was in 1998 when Frankie Kerr won a feature at Volunteer Speedway. This season the unrestricted 410 cubic inch All Star winged sprint cars bring their exciting style of action back to the Mid-South region with a two-day show at Memphis Motorsports Park in Millington. The event, marking the All Stars inaugural visit to the quarter mile of MMP, will be held Friday night May 14 and Saturday night May 15.

All the top All Star drivers are expected to be on hand including Chad Kemenah, Greg Wilson, Danny Smith, Dale Blaney, Kelly Kinser, Jeremy Campbell, Bill Rose, Phil Gressman, Ryan Coniam, Paul May, Brock Mayes, Tim Hunter, Barry Ruble, Eddie Lynch, Jon Agan and Jac Haudenschild. Drivers from all across the Midwest and South will also be on hand to challenge these All Star regulars.

Memphis Motorsports Park is located off Fite Road between Hwy 51 and Raleigh-Millington, north of the I-240 and Austin Peay Highway interchange. For more information, contact the track at 901-358-7223.

All Star 2004 Track Facts

Event Number: 7-8
Track: Memphis Motorsports Park
Location: Memphis (Millington) TN

Size: ¼ mile banked Gumbo oval
Race Date: May 14-15, 2004

Directions: located off Fite Road between Hwy 51 and Raleigh-Millington, north of the I-240 and Austin Peay Highway interchange.

Prior All Star races held: none

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Series Sprint
Drivers Greg Wil , Bill Rose , Jac Haudenschild , Paul May