JENNERSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA -- The national United Speed Alliance Racing (USAR) Four Champions races begin on Saturday, September 29, 2001, at Jennerstown Speedway with the Charlie Campbell Memorial/Hooter 250. In this unique racing format the top...
JENNERSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA -- The national United Speed Alliance Racing (USAR) Four Champions races begin on Saturday, September 29, 2001, at Jennerstown Speedway with the Charlie Campbell Memorial/Hooter 250. In this unique racing format the top drivers from the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Northern and Southern Divisions race head-to-head to determine the USAR Hooters Pro Cup national champion.
The Northern Division is led by season-long point leader Mardy Lindley. The Southern Division is led by two-time series champion Bobby Gill. Listening to the drivers, the Northern Division teams may have an advantage in the Jennerstown Championship race.
"We talked to a lot of good racers and people told us what to expect before we came here the first time," said Steven Christian, the top Southern Division driver to race at the Jennerstown track earlier this year. "We had a pretty good chassis set-up. But, we still missed on our overall chassis package. You have to race here to know exactly what you need under the car in the way of springs and shocks. We'll come back with a much better race set-up."
Both previous winners of USAR Pro Cup races at Jennerstown - Stacy Puryear and Jeff Agnew - are eligible to compete in the championship series. Agnew, a former series champion, is the most recent USAR winner at Jennerstown. He won the 250-lap thriller by taking the lead on the final turn of the final lap.
For tickets or more information, contact Jennerstown Speedway, 814-629-6677, or on the web at http://www.jennerstown.com <pre> Race Day Schedule 11:00 am - 2:00 pm ProCup Practice 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm LM Practice/Qualifying 3:30 pm Grandstand Gates Open 4:30 pm ProCup Qualifying 6:00 pm ProCup Autograph Session 7:00 pm Charlie Campbell Memorial Hooters 250 9:30 pm Jennerstown Late Models