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Race of the Week

| Thursday, September 8, 2005 12:00 a.m

This article was modified at 7:55 p.m. Thursday, September 8, 2005, to correctly identify the day of the races at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Saturday.

Final Night of Points

Where: Pittsburgh’s Pa. Motor Speedway

When: Saturday, gates open at 5 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m.

Tickets: Adults $12, 13-16 $9, 7-12 $5.

Directions: Parkway West to Route 22/30 and Nobelstown exit. Turn left and track entrance is at bottom of the hill.

Scouting the Race: How does a race at Eldora Speedway impact the points race at PPMS• This is the final night of points racing for all divisions including the Late Models where Steve Baker leads the point race by 12 over Lou Bradich and 18 over John Flinner. But Baker, part owner of Rocket Chassis, will be conducting business at Eldora’s WORLD 100, so either Flinner or Bradich will win the championship. This is also the last tune up before next week’s Pittsburgher weekend.

Other Races on Tap:

BeaveRun, Fri. & Sat., Fall Festival and Concourse d’Elegance.

Lernerville Speedway, Saturday, school bus races.

Motordrome Speedway, Friday, regular show.

Dog Hollow Speedway, Friday, Steel Block Late Model Special.

Mercer Raceway Park, Saturday, Jeff Hoffman Memorial.

Pittsburgh Raceway Park, Saturday, regular racing.

Roaring Knob, Saturday, Late Models King of the Knob.

Marion Center Speedway, Saturday, championship night.

Tri-City Speedway, Sunday, Applefest 100.

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