ASCS Sprints on Dirt North vs. South Shootout Shifts to Butler TULSA, Okla. (June 16, 2008) -- The Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by Victor Reinz versus EFI-NRA Sprint Invaders North vs. South Shootout shifts to Quincy, Michigan's ...
ASCS Sprints on Dirt North vs. South Shootout Shifts to Butler
TULSA, Okla. (June 16, 2008) -- The Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by Victor Reinz versus EFI-NRA Sprint Invaders North vs. South Shootout shifts to Quincy, Michigan's Butler Speedway this Saturday night.
Saturday's card marks the third of four North vs. South Shootout events pitting the ASCS Sprints on Dirt versus the NRA.
The first leg was rained out this past Friday night at Limaland Motorsports Park, while Darren Long topped the second round on Saturday night at Eldora Speedway. The North vs. South Shootout concludes on Saturday night, June 28, at I-96 Speedway in Lake Odessa, MI.
With a top-ten showing Saturday night at Eldora, Ben Rutan has moved back atop the ASCS Sprints on Dirt point charts with a 12-point advantage over Goshen, Indiana's Brett Mann.
Dain Naida has climbed to third in points, with three-time series champion Tim Norman slipping from first to fourth after missing the feature cut at Eldora. Gregg Dalman rounds out the current top five, with the balance of the top ten including Ryan Grubaugh, Joe Bares, Gary Fast, Aaron Shaffer and John Gall.
Saturday's action at Butler Speedway is set to go green at 7:30 p.m.
The high-banked, 3/8-mile Butler Speedway is located near Quincy, MI, off I-69 Exit 16, then 5.1 miles east on Jonesville Road, then 3.5 miles north on Clarendon Road. For more information, contact the track at 517-542-3627.
In its 29th year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing, the Engine Pro ASCS Sprints On Dirt presented by Victor Reinz will sanction 26 nights of action at 14 different tracks throughout Michigan, Ohio and Ontario.
The nation's most prominent Sprint Car sanctioning body with 14 different Regions throughout the United States in addition to the O'Reilly American Sprint Cars on Tour National series, the American Sprint Car Series' (ASCS) 17th year of activity will include approximately 250 nights of racing at more than 100 different race tracks throughout 28 different states and Canada.