2, 2014) –
It’s the race that’s described by race fans as a
“can’t miss race, you have to see it in person”
and on and on. It’s the All American Coach/Hemelgarn
Racing/Super Fitness “Fastest Short Track Show
in the World” at Toledo Speedway, starring the
MSA Winged Super Modifieds and the winged Auto
Value Bumper to Bumper Super Sprints (AVBBSS)!
Created by Toledo track management 12 years ago,
the event has become one of the top open-wheel
pavement races in the country. The date is
Friday, June 13.
Defending race winners for the All American
Coach/Hemelgarn Racing/Super Fitness Fastest
Short Track Show in the World are hometown star
Jimmy McCune in the MSA Super Modifieds and Troy
DeCaire for the AVBBSS Sprints.
Arriving early to see practice and perhaps the
most exciting qualifying session at a short
track in the nation is a must! In the 2011 time
trials, an incredible lap of 12:389 was set by
Sprint driver Charlie Schultz. Cody Gallogly
came up just short in his bid for a new mark in
the 2013 edition of qualifying, clocking in at
12:591. The Super Modified record is 12:893, set
by Chris Perley of Maine in 2009. Mike Lichty
flirted with the record in 2013, just missing a
new mark with his lap of 12:940 last season.
The speedway will stage a pre-race ticket sale
for the June 13 contest. Race fans can save $5
per ticket by purchasing their tickets prior to
race day. The track will offer both reserved
seating (with backrests) and general admission
tickets for the advance sale. Major credit cards
are accepted for phone orders and on race day.
To obtain advance tickets, please call the track
office at 419-727-1100 or the ticket order form
may be downloaded from the track’s webpage.
The pit area will open at 2, practice begins at
3:30 and the front gates will also open at 3:30.
The much-anticipated time trials hit the track
at 5:30 and racing begins at 7:30 p.m.
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