David Smith, Jr.
Huge Father’s Day Weekend of Racing at 81 Speedway!
Saturday and Sunday Night Featuring NCRA Divisions
Park City, Kansas – June 10, 2018 – Trying to find something different, exciting and an event your father will definitely enjoy with his family? Then we have just the perfect idea as it will be huge Father’s Day weekend of racing atop the three-eighths 81 Speedway this coming weekend in Park City as two nights of dirt track action are slated for the “playground of power.”
It all kicks off on Saturday night as the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas crate late model division headline the race card that will also see the tracks AAA Modified, Rookie Modified, Thumper and Cruiser divisions.
You will see series regulars Brandon Givens, Daniel Smith, Dusty Leonard, Delbert Smith, Chris Kratzer, Jimmy Segraves, Adam Popp, Adam Schrag, Tony Foster, Bobby Eubanks, Robert Shepard, Dustin Bolster, Jeremy Bishop as well as Nebraska driver Cory Dumpert and Oklahoma driver Damian Patocka.
Givens, who sits atop the current NCRA crate late model point standings, has one feature victory on the season while Dumpert has two thus far this season.
Gates will open at 5:00 PM with race action slated for a 7:00 PM start time and grandstand admission will be $15.
Then on Sunday night it will be the annual “Bill Hall Memorial/Father’s Day Special” at the speedway with the other three NCRA divisions consisting of 360-ci sprints, modifieds and mod-lites all on the race card.
J.D. Johnson of Wichita will come into the night as the current sprint car point leader by ten points over Jeremy Campbell, while Don Droud, Jr. (-20), Jeff Stasa (-60) and Danny Jennings (-80) are the top five in division point standings.
Cody Schniepp, who is having his best season yet, sits atop the current modified point standings while three-time and defending tour champion Dan Powers (-25), Tanner Mullens (-120), Scott Green (-145) and Tyler Davis (-155) are the divisions current top five.
The series mod-lite division is led in the current point standings by three-time and defending tour champion Justin Kinderknecht. The Salina driver holds a fifty-point lead over both Trace Ayers and Dustin Forsberg while Tyler Bradshaw (-55) and Cody Kretchmar (-65) are the current top five.
Over total sixty drivers from five different states are expected for this huge night of NCRA racing action.
Gates will open at 5:00 PM with race action slated for a 7:00 PM start time and grandstand admission again is just $15.
81 Speedway is located north of Wichita on I-135 to exit 16, then 0.7 mile west on 77th Street in Park City. More information on 81 Speedway can be found on the tracks official website www.race81speedway.com as well as the tracks official facebook page: Race 81 Speedway. For more information, contact the speedway office (316) 755-1781.