Pit Gates Open @ 1pm. Practice starts @ 3pm.
With just two point races left in the 2011 season the focus now shifts to the point battles in all divisions. In the Outlaw Super Late Models Phil Bozell is holding a slim 42 point advantage over his 12-time champion winning father Andy Bozell. Phil is looking for his first Outlaw Super Late Model championship. Tom Thomas, is just 69 points back and is also looking for his first Kalamazoo Speedway Outlaw Super Late title.
In the Modifieds Ben Raber is looking for his first division championship and holds a 57 point edge over defending champion Mike Brooks. Underdog Matt Bainbridge is in third place just 59 points out of the lead.
The Super Stocks have no less than five drivers still in championship contention with Matt Corliss holding a 31 point advantage. Defending champion Buddy Head is second ahead of his brother Kenny Head, rookie Eric McGlothlen and Chris Shannon, who arguably has been the strongest car the last few weeks.
Toby Montgomery holds a 20 point edge in the Pro Stocks over Lloyd Brooks, who is determined to pick up this year’s title. Keith Wilfong and Bob Metheny also are still in championship contention with just two races left.
The Cyber Stocks have what appears to be a four horse race for the title with Doug Smith now back in the lead. Nick Layman is second, but only 12 points behind. Rookie driver Bryen Pion and Jerry Jansen III are also within 117 points of the lead.
This Saturday fans can witness these championship battles continue as well as take part in the final autograph night of the 2011 season. Get to the track by 6pm to mingle with the stars of the Zoo down on the track. Also taking place this week will be the Cyber Stock Nationals, which will be a 30-lap, $200 to win event for the Cybers.