ROSEVILLE, California — This Saturday May 19th, All American Speedway will honor our Armed Forces to the local fans and family who are active or former service men and women in the Military, Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard. Featuring the night will be Modifies 40 laps, Late Models 75 laps, Street Stocks 35 laps and NCMA Sprints 35 laps. The Bomber division will be taking a break this weekend and will return June 2nd.
The Premier division Modifieds are only three races into the championship and current point’s leader Jason Philpot has only a three point advantage over veteran Gary Glenn. Glenn posting consistent finishes made a three position jump in the points to land in second. Previous track champion Scott Winters moved into the third position with only two points behind Glenn. Rick Anderson sits in fourth and Rookie Chase Grigsby rounds out the top five. The Modifieds put on a wild show last weekend with the leaders wrecking just a few laps before the finish and the youngest driver to ever win a modified feature, the division will surely put on a great show for the fans this weekend.
Last weekend the Late Model divisions Travis Milburn swept the entire day to collect his first AAS win. With four races in the books, four different winners have claimed a victory this year as the point’s battle is on an even playing field. Ron Chunn leads the way in points with a total of 89. Track champion Matt Scott moved into the second position sitting just six points behind the leader. Chris Scribner the only driver sitting in the top four without a win has posted consistent finishes sits in third . In fourth, is rookie female contender Mindy McCord. Mindy missed last weekend’s race and will miss this weekend’s race as well as the young female racer heads home to make her high school graduation in Montana. Rookie Chris Lambert, moving up from Street stocks is sitting in fifth. Will the division head into Saturday’s feature with a new winner?
Street Stock division holds five races under their belts heading into Saturday’s events and track champion Mickey Owens owns the top spot again. Mickey’s brother Kevin Owens sits in second just 31 points from the leader. However, Matt Camp is right there with Kevin sitting in third with only one point from second. Richard Poppert Jr sits fourth with Byron Gonzales in fifth.
Ticket prices for the evening will be as follows:
General Admission (16+) $13, Juniors (6-15) $7 ,Kids 6 & Under FREE, Seniors (60+) $7,
Family $35 (2 General + 3 Junior’s)
Grand Stands Open at 4:00pm
Racing starts at 6:00pm
Pit Pass $40 Non Member, $30 NASCAR Member
Pit Gates Open at 1:00pm
Registration/Pre-Tech at 1:00pm
Cars on track by 2:30pm
Age Limit for Pit Entrance is (8+ with Parental Consent)
FRIDAY Test-N-Tune: Open Testing for all Divisions welcome on May 18th
Pit Gates Open 2:30pm
On Track Privileges from 3:30 to 6:30
Age Limit for Pit Entrance is 14+ (with Parental Consent)
All American Speedway is located on the Placer County Fair Grounds at 800 All America City Blvd. Roseville, CA. 95678. All American Speedway is open for advance ticket sales Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm at the Placer County Fair Administration Office. For more information on tickets and times, please contact the Placer County Fair Office at (916) 786-2025 or visit their website at www.AllAmericanSpeedway.com