Cap Henry won Saturday's 410 sprint car feature at Attica Raceway Park. (Todd Ridgeway Photo)
Cap Henry will attempt to claim the Attica Raceway Park 410 sprint car crown this Friday night. (Todd Ridgeway Photo)

Championships On The Line At Attica Friday

ATTICA, Ohio – As the racing season – impacted by COVID-19 – starts to wind down, tracks have worked tirelessly to schedule races.

Attica Raceway Park added several races to the schedule after losing all of the events in March, April and May and continues to work hard to give race teams and fans opportunities including this weekend.

Attica Raceway Park is scheduled for Kistler Racing Products/Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating presents the Mark Keegan Classic Season Championship Night Friday, Aug. 28 for the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints, Fremont Fence 305 Sprints and the Propane.com/Dirt Nerds Podcast Late Models with double points on the line.

If the event gets cancelled Attica Raceway Park will race on Saturday, Aug. 29 and will feature the 410 and 305 sprints and dirt trucks and it will be a non-points race. Should Friday’s event get cancelled, season championship night will be moved to Friday, Sept. 11.

“We are trying to give race teams more opportunities to compete. We’ve only had 11 races in 2020 and having a Saturday rain date gives teams more options to race,” said Rex LeJeune, Director of Operations at Attica Raceway Park.

The following are the championship scenarios for the 410 and 305 sprint car divisions as provided by head scorer Todd Tappel:

410 Sprints
*If Cap Henry finishes sixth or better, he wins the championship
*If Chad Kemenah wins, and Cap Henry finishes seventh or worse, Kemenah wins the championship
*If Trey Jacobs wins, and Cap Henry finishes 15th or worse, and Chad Kemenah finishes eighth or worse, Jacobs win the championship
*If none of the above win, Chad Kemenah needs to finish eight spots ahead of Cap Henry to win the championship

305 Sprints
*If Paul Weaver finishes fifth or better, he wins the championship
*If Jamie Miller wins, and Paul Weaver finishes sixth or worse, Miller wins the championship
*If Seth Schneider wins, Weaver finishes 11th or worse, and Miller finishes fifth or worse, Schneider wins the championship
*If none of the above wins, Miller needs to finish six spots ahead of Weaver to win the championship

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