CRA: Tri-State Challenge round two preview

The Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge Second Round Will Be This Saturday At Anderson Speedway Salem, IN (July 11, 2004) -- The Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge, an award program based upon four selected Sunoco Super ...

The Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge Second Round Will Be This Saturday At Anderson Speedway

Salem, IN (July 11, 2004) -- The Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge, an award program based upon four selected Sunoco Super Series points events in three of the states the series will visit in 2004, will have it's second round this Saturday with the running of the 38th Annual Anderson 400 Presented By Corteco and Great Deals. The Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge points leader after the Challenges first round at Berlin Raceway on June 19th is Fred Campbell, followed by Brian Campbell in second and Junior Hanley in third.

An interesting twist going into the second round of the Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge is that the Campbell's and the fourth place driver Tom Thomas are not entered for Saturday's event, that leaves the door open for a new Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge leader after Saturday's event. Fifth place Scott Hantz is in fifth six points behind Hanley. 2003 Sunoco Super Series Champion Bobby Parsley is in sixth, nine points behind Hanley with series rookie contender Steve Moenck in seventh ten points behind Hanley. Jeff Lane, last years winner of the Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge, in eighth, twelve points behind Hanley.

The other two Sunoco Super Series events involved with the Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge will be the September 12th event at Columbus Motor Speedway in Columbus, Ohio, and the Sunoco Super Series Season Championship event on October 24th at Salem Speedway, located in Salem, Indiana.

The Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge will pay the driver who gets the most series points in the four events a $400 bonus and a set of Scott Performance Wires. The second place driver in the Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge will receive a $300 bonus. The third place driver in the Scott Performance Wire Tri-State Challenge will receive a $200 bonus. Scott Performance Wire will also award the 2004 Sunoco Super Series Champion with a set of Scott Performance Wires and an additional set of Scott Performance Wires that will be given away by random draw of the top fifteen teams in final series points at the 2004 series awards banquet in January.

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