Sprints/Modifieds/Super Stocks Harf Night Powder Puff Too (Bloomington, Ind. - August 19, 2001) After an exciting Five Crown Nationals, we're back to our regular non winged sprint, O'Neal Wood Products Modified, and Tire & Wheel Center Super...
Powder Puff Too
(Bloomington, Ind. - August 19, 2001) After an exciting Five Crown Nationals, we're back to our regular non winged sprint, O'Neal Wood Products Modified, and Tire & Wheel Center Super Stock program on August 24. This time-tested program offers something for everyone; and the competition is so close that every race is likely to be decided by inches.
Not only will we have a great racing program on the famous red clay; but HARF members can attend for half price. Hoosier Auto Racing Fans members are some of the best supporters of grass roots racing anywhere; and it is our pleasure to say "thank you" to these nice folks by inviting them to see a great racing program for only $5.00. Our normal $10 charge for grandstand admission is certainly a bargain; but HARF members can get even a bigger bargain.
Non Winged Sprint Cars -
This will be the final non winged sprint car show of the season. Don't miss it. In addition to the exciting racing program, non winged sprint car fans will see their favorite drivers recognized for their season's performance. Awards will be presented to the top ten sprint car drivers for the season. Special awards will be presented to the Rookie of the Year and the Most Improved Driver. It's no secret that Kevin Briscoe, Derek Scheffel, Kevin Thomas, Eric Burns, Kevin Chambers, Danny Holtsclaw, Eric Roberts, Dave Peperak, Jared Fox, and Josh Cunningham lead in the points; but the Rookie of the Year and Most Improved Driver awards have not been decided.
O'Neal Wood Products Open Wheel Modifieds -
August 24 will be the next to the last points race for O'Neal Wood Products Open Wheel Modifieds. Adam Sasser, Matt Boknecht, and John DeMoss lead the modified points; and Sasser and Boknecht are separated by only one point. Clearly the championship will be decided by how these guys do in the final two nights of competition. Sasser has a one point lead; and he has one two out of the last four modified features at Bloomington Speedway. However, Boknecht has a one point lead; and he has three feature wins this season. Boknecht has finished outside of the top five twice this season, while Sasser has finished outside the top five only once. Neither driver has finsihed outside the top ten. Look for a fierce battle between these two for the balance of the season.
Tire & Wheel Center Super Stocks -
The Tire & Wheel Center Super Stock drivers are also down to two shows to attempt to improve their points standings. The spread between first and second in their points race is also one point. Greg O'Neill leads Brad Cummings by only one point. Jeremy Hines is also still in the hunt, only four points out of the lead. Trent Niflis is in fourth place and is 31 points behind O'Neill. Any of the top four have a reasonable shot at the championship; and the points race could easily belong to any of the top three.
Come early and get your favorite seat. Give Mom a break and plan on dining from the wide selection of delicious food available from the Bloomington Speedway concession stands.
Grandstand admission is only $10 while pit admission will be only $20. As always, children 12 and under will be admitted free to the grandstand when accompanied by a paying adult. Coolers are permitted; but glass containers are not. Parking and overnight camping are free.