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Still plenty to run for this Saturday for TSRS drivers


Austin, TX (September 23, 2008) - Heath Stewart ( Del Valle, TX ) and Jake Kruger ( Bastrop, TX ) pretty much have the TSRS (Texas Super Racing Series) points championship and Rookie of the Year (respectively) titles wrapped up before the season-ending 75-lap race during Saturday’s Allstate Texas Stock Car Spectacular at Thunderhill Raceway ( Kyle, TX ).


TSRS rules state each driver can drop their lowest-points race of the season. Doing that, all Stewart and Kruger have to do is take the green flag during Saturday’s finale to wrap up their hard-earned championships.


Still, there’s plenty of drama going into the Allstate Texas Stock Car Spectacular for Texas ’ premier touring late-model series:


After winning the Fast Qualifier Award during last Saturday’s “Deb Williams 75,” Stewart said: “Based on tonight, we’ll more than likely see someone set a new (qualifying record) next weekend.” Thus, the mark set by San Antonio ’s Joe Aramendia last Oct. 27 (a time of 15.317) is in danger during Friday’s qualifying.

Speaking of Aramendia…his nephew, Brian Moczygemba, won last weekend’s TSRS race. That victory ties the student (Moczygemba) with the teacher (Aramendia) at two career victories apiece. Both drivers are expected to compete in Saturday’s season finale. Will the student pass the teacher?


Speaking of career wins….Chris Schild (Leander, TX) remains tied at the top of the TSRS charts with Tommy Gural ( Elgin , TX ). Both drivers have eight wins apiece. Schild, the 2005 series champion, has won at least once series race the past three seasons. Schild, incidentally, has won the most career Fast Qualifier Awards with 13; Heath Stewart is second with eight.


If Stewart can win Saturaday’s race, he’ll have five career victories – that would put him in a tie with Jeff Pollard and put him one behind his car owner, Bobby Joe New, the reigning TSRS champion.


Information on TSRS can be found at www.manracingpromotions.com. Information about THR and the Allstate Texas Stock Car Spectacular can be found at www.thunderhillraceway.com.


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