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San Antonio Speedway To Decide Texas Super Racing Series Champion


By: Pat Mayberry


The stars of the Texas Super Racing Series are busy making final adjustments and preparations to their hot rods for the last point's race of the year at San Antonio Speedway this Saturday night, October 16, 2004. With only thirty-six points separating the top three drivers in the point race the season championship will be decided at this race. "This will no doubt make for an even more exciting race with the 2004 TSRS Championship being awarded based on the final results of this race!" said series founder Mary Ann Naumann.


Current point leader, Brad Hudak, turned in a fifth place run on his last visit to SAS and knows the best way to capture the championship is to just win this race. As long as Hudak finishes ahead of Yale the championship will be his for the 2004 season. Mike Yale won the season opener and has led the point race all season until the Space City 125. Because of three flat tires in that race, Yale now trails Hudak by a dozen points going into this event. Yale got the better of Hudak on the only other trip to SAS this season taking home the runner-up spot. Lloyd Alexander, third in points, trails point leader Hudak by thirty six points and needs both Hudak and Yale to have some problems early in order to have a chance at claiming the championship title this year.


Beside Alexander, other former San Antonio Speedway standouts, Ervin Breiten, Jr., Allen Alexander and Beau Bukowski will be making a return to their former home track for this event. San Antonio Speedway is a favorite track to many series regulars because of the speeds they can expect to run on the fastest and widest track on the schedule. Fans can expect to see some exciting racing as these cars run side by side for position all night long.


Tickets are only $20.00 general admission and $15.00 for seniors and military. Children 10 to 16 are $10.00 and children 9 and under are free.


Gates open at 4:00PM with qualifying beginning at 5:00PM. Racing will start at 7:00PM. For more information on the Texas Super Racing Series, please visit the series web page at www.manracingpromotions.com.

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