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Topic: Late Models, 305 and 360 Sprints This Saturday Night at 81 Speedway! Email this topic to a friend | Subscribe to this TopicReport this Topic to Moderator
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October 08, 2017 at 07:31:07 PM
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Late Models, 305 and 360 Sprints This Saturday Night at 81 Speedway!
 
 
Park City, Kansas – October 8, 2017 - While weekly racing action has come-to-a-conclusion, the 2017 race season schedule for 81 Speedway is far from complete as huge night of action is set to take place this coming Saturday night, October 14th. On the card will be the United Rebel Sprint Series 305’s, Oil Capital Racing Series 360-ci two-barrel sprints and Sooner Late Model Series.  
 
For the first time in the tracks history, the Kansas based URSS competed at the speedway back over Memorial Day weekend as part of the inaugural “Sprint Car Maynia.” Thirty-four drivers took part in race action that was won by Moore, Oklahoma’s Chris Kelly. This event will pay $1000 to win. This event will be the final points race for “The Rebels” and will close out their 2017 race season. Find out more about the URSS by accessing their website www.unitedrebelsprintseries.com.
 
The Oklahoma based OCRS also took part in “Sprint Car Maynia” as well and with twenty-five sprint cars on hand with Jamie Passmore of Pryor, Oklahoma taking home the victory. Learn more about the OCRS at their official website www.ocrs.net.
 
The Sooner Late Model Series will make their inaugural appearance at the speedway. In the midst of their second season, the Sooner Late Model Series defending champion is Mark Harrison of Enid. Harrison also won the now-defunct National Championship Racing Association sport modified championship in that series final season. Crate late models will be allowed to run this event and must utilize crate late model rules – no mixing or matching of rules. This event will pay $750 to win, $125 to start with a $25 entry fee. For official rules go to www.soonerlatemodelseries.com.
 
Grandstand tickets are just $15 for adults ages 12 and up while children ages 11 and under will be admitted into the grandstands for free. Gates will open at 5:00 PM with race action scheduled for 7:00 PM. More race information can be found on the tracks official website www.race81speedway.com or call the speedway office (316) 755-1781.

David Smith Jr.
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October 10, 2017 at 11:33:18 PM
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Website for the Ameri-Flex / OCRS sprint car series is: ocrsracing.net





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