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Race of the Week |

Race of the Week

| Thursday, August 21, 2003 12:00 a.m

Race of the Week

  • What : Late Model Twin 20s

  • Where : Pittsburgh‚s Pa. Motor Speedway

  • When : Saturday, gates open at 5 p.m. and racing will start at 7 p.m.

  • Tickets : Adults $15, 13-16 $10, 7-12 $5 and under-7 are free.

  • Directions : Imperial, 15 miles west of Pittsburgh on Route 22, take Nobelstown exit and make left.

  • Scouting the Race: Late Models are always fun at Pittsburgh and this should be no exception. … 2002 Late Model champion, and division Rookie of the Year, Al Atallah could be the champion again. … Atallah has four victories this season and Steve Baker, currently second in points, has three after not having won a race at PPMS since 1999. Baker now has 18 career wins at the track. Another driver to look for is Lynn Geisler, with two victories this season and 65 at PPMS for his career. John Flinner also has a win this season at PPMS, and Ben Miley, winner of the Penn National 100 back in July, has two victories this season.

    Other Races on Tap :

  • Lernerville Speedway, Friday, regular show;

  • Motordrome Speedway, Friday, regular show;

  • Pittsburgh Raceway Park, Saturday, regular show;

  • Mercer Raceway Park, Saturday, regular show;

  • Sharon Speedway, Saturday, regular show;

  • Jennerstown Speedway, Saturday, regular show;

  • BeaveRun Motorsports Complex, Fri. – Sun., Super Motard USA;

  • Tri-City Speedway, Sunday, regular show.

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