The 2011 running of the AllStar Performance All-Star Shootout will continue to build on the success of the first two Shootouts. The event will stay July 4th weekend where the Shootout itself will be run on the 3rd of July. The second annual All-Star weekend will kick off on Saturday with the All-Star Shootout Last Chance race paying $1,000 to the winner. Also taking place on All-Star Saturday will be two qualifying races that will set the starting lineup for Sunday’s big show. The qualifying races will races pay $400 each to the winners. After the Last Chance race concludes drivers will have one final chance to make the big show with the “Lane Roll Off” (details below). In addition to the Outlaw Super Late Model action on Saturday the Modifieds, Super Stocks, Pro Stocks and Cyber Stocks will also be in action. There will also be a fireworks display previewing Sunday’s gigantic show.
Then on Sunday the All-Star Shootout will take center stage, as the sixteen All-Stars will compete in a three-segment 55-lap sprint race paying $5,000 to the winner. At the conclusion of the All-Star Shootout the Enduro Series will contest their third event of 2011 with the running of the Belle Tire Stars & Stripes 200. The night will conclude with the largest fireworks display in the state of
2011 All-Star Shootout Information
-Any driver with an Outlaw Super Late Model ‘A’ Feature Victory at Kalamazoo Speedway before the July 3rd All-Star Event, will be locked into the All-Star Shootout.
-The 2nd & 3rd place finishers from the April 23rd Intimidator 100 & the May
-If 13 drivers are not qualified by the above credentials then the top drivers in the current Outlaw Super Late Model point standings not already in the field will fill the field up to 13 spots.
-The result of the All-Star Shootout Last Chance Race, run the night before the All-Star Shootout, will then set the final three spots in the field.
The format of Saturday night’s Shootout Last Chance race will be as follows:
-Any driver not locked into the All-Star Shootout is eligible to be in the race.
-All drivers will qualify, if more than 24 cars then 16 lock in and the rest will race a last chance race. This last chance race will have a seven-car inversion and transfer 6 cars to the Shootout Last Chance. All restarts will be double file.
-The Shootout Last Chance will be ran in two segments. The first segment’s inversion will be 4 plus the roll of two dice. The segment will run for 20 laps. The winner of the first segment will transfer to the Shootout on Sunday and collect $1,000 for winning the Shootout Last Chance! There will then be a ten-minute break where the new leader will pull a pill to set the inversion for the final segment. The pills to choose from will be 6-1’s, 5-2’s, 4-3’s,3-4’s,2-5’s & 1-6. The final segment will then be a 20-lap dash with the winner advancing to the tail of the All-Star Shootout. All restarts will be double file.
Returning for 2011 will be the Lane Roll Off: At the conclusion of the Shootout Last Chance all non-transferring drivers that finished the race on the lead lap will have one final chance to make the All-Star Shootout. All participating drivers will go to the front stretch where they will roll two die in the order they finished the race. The first driver to roll doubles will start at the tail of the All-Star Shootout.
If the Shootout Last Chance is cancelled for any reason the next three highest drivers in points will lock into the Shootout.
The format for the All-Star Shootout is as follows:
-All locked in drivers will draw for starting spots in their respective qualifying races on Saturday night. Both qualifying races will be 15 laps and pay $400 to win! The first race will set the odd starting positions for Sunday’s race while the second race will set the even starting positions for Sunday’s race. All restarts will be double file. If the qualifying races are cancelled for any reason the lineup for the Shootout will be determined by a blind draw.
-Sunday’s All-Star Shootout will be run in three segments. The first segment will be 20 laps. There will then be a ten-minute break where the leader will pull a pill to set the inversion for the second segment. The pills to choose from will be 6-1’s, 5-2’s, 4-3’s,3-4’s,2-5’s & 1-6. The second segment will also be 20 laps. There will then be a ten-minute break where the leader will pull a pill to set the inversion for the final segment. The pills to choose from will be 6-1’s, 5-2’s, 4-3’s,3-4’s,2-5’s & 1-6. The final segment will then be a 15-lap dash with the winner collecting $5,000! All restarts will be double file.