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The REAL story about the 2003 season

Mike Sepich

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The “real” story at San Antonio Speedway was the 2003 Racing Season and all of the people that made it successful and exciting.


The season consisted of 78 different drivers in 3 classes, that competed for 20 Saturday Nights spanning a time period of 6 months, and raced 1380 Feature Race Laps, 700 Heat Race Laps, and an unknown amount of practice, pace, and caution laps.


There were an unknown amount of Race Fans, crewmembers, wives, girlfriends, car sponsors, 15+ Track Officials, 35+ support personal, FASCAR, Oval Components, 10+ volunteers, Bexar County Sheriff’s Deputies, ATA-Bexar VFD, Quality Ambulance Service, Dalbert’s Towing, MV’s Towing, 2 Track photographers, 50 +Track Sponsors, and Track Owner, Ted Carlson and his staff to make this season successful.


The Late Model class had 25 different competitors that produced 9 different winners and of these 9 winners, 3 were first time winners. The point’s battle was the closest on recent record, with the final Top 4 drivers’ scores of 1058, 1050, 1035, and 1034.


The Sportsman class had 43 different drivers and had 7 different winners of these winners 2 races were won by a 16 year old “rookie” and 16 new drivers entered the field. Age was not a factor in this class; the age spread was from 16 to 60 years old.


The new Road Runner class is alive and well. There were 10 different drivers and 4 different winners. This class had a husband and wife “swapping” driving duties. We are expecting a huge growth factor for 2004.


I sincerely thank all of you that supported San Antonio Speedway during our regular racing season.




Mike Sepich

General Manager

San Antonio Speedway

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