AOAS to Brodix Tournament of Champions. KNOXVILLE, IOWA (January 3, 2003) - The American Outlaw Action Series (AOAS) of the southeastern U.S. is the tenth and latest sanction to commit to the August 9-10 Brodix Tournament of ...
AOAS to Brodix Tournament of Champions.
KNOXVILLE, IOWA (January 3, 2003) - The American Outlaw Action Series (AOAS) of the southeastern U.S. is the tenth and latest sanction to commit to the August 9-10 Brodix Tournament of Champions 360-cubic-inch sprint car invitational at the Knoxville Raceway. According to Knoxville director of racing Ralph Capitani, "We've heard that AOAS is the most competitive sprint car series in the Southeast, taking exciting grass-roots open-wheel racing into what has traditionally been stock car country. So we're looking forward to having Bob Wood bring his talented guys and gals across the Mason-Dixon Line and out to the real Knoxville... and by that I mean Iowa, not Tennessee!"
Last season, Mike Hudson, Brice Wrenn, Australian Steven Graham, Rosemary Ehrenfeld and Mary Anne Williams finished in the 'top five' in AOAS points. It is expected that four or five of the sanction's top competitors in 2003 will make the journey to the Marion County Fairgrounds for the $4,000-to-win Brodix Tournament of Champions, which will again be run under one common set of technical rules for ASCS-compatible 360-cubic-inch sprint cars. To date, the following ten sanctioning affiliates have agreed to participate in the fifth Brodix ToC: American Outlaw Action Series (AOAS), Eagle Sprint Touring Series (ESTS), Knoxville Hard Chargers (KNOX), Montana Sprint Tour (MST), Northern Sprint Tour (NST), Sprint Invaders (SI), Sprints On Dirt (SOD), United Racing Club (URC), WISSOTA Promoters Association (WISSOTA), and Winged Outlaw Warriors (WOW).
For more information on the August 9-10 Brodix Tournament of Champions, fans are urged to visit one of the following web-sites: www.knoxvilleraceway.com, or www.aoas.com.