ASCS Rocky Mountain Region set for NCRA Challenge TULSA, Okla. (June 24, 2003) - After a busy three-day weekend, the top guns of the American Sprint Car Series Rocky Mountain Region are ready for this weekend's ASCS vs. NCRA Sprint Challenge at...
ASCS Rocky Mountain Region set for NCRA Challenge
TULSA, Okla. (June 24, 2003) - After a busy three-day weekend, the top guns of the American Sprint Car Series Rocky Mountain Region are ready for this weekend's ASCS vs. NCRA Sprint Challenge at Rocky Mountain National Speedway near Denver. Friday night's feature pays $1,500 to win, while Saturday night's finale is worth $2,500 to the winner.
Rapid City, SD, hotshoe Randi Miller and defending ASCS Rocky Mountain Region champion of Mike Dreiling of Highlands Ranch, CO, are currently engaged in a tight points battle through the first eight events of the season. Following this past weekend's action, Miller leads the points race by the narrowest of margins, as he is just two points ahead of Dreiling entering this weekend's challenge race with the NCRA.
Eric Miller of Thornton, CO, is ranked third in ASCS Rocky Mountain Region points entering the weekend, with Jace Pennetta of Littleton, CO, and Jake Pierson of Bellvue, CO, rounding out the current top five in points.
Steven King of Jetmore, KS, leads the NCRA troops into the weekend, with the remainder of the current top five in points including Mike Woodruff Clay Bontrager, Jake Martens and Dennis Park.
Approximately 35 cars are expected for each night of racing action.
Rocky Mountain National Speedway is located east of Denver in Commerce City at I-70 Exit 286 (Tower Road), then 6.5 miles north, then one mile west on 88th, then a half mile north on Buckley Road. Friday's races begin at 7:00 p.m., with Saturday night's action slated to get under way at 6:00 p.m. For more information, contact the track at (303) 371-1600.
More information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com.