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Skyline/Atomic Challenge Series to award AMRA Late Models, AMRA Modifieds and AMRA Sport Mods in 2017

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Skyline/Atomic Challenge Series to award AMRA Late Models, AMRA Modifieds and AMRA Sport Mods in 2017

 

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Skyline/Atomic Challenge Series to award AMRA Late Models, AMRA Modifieds and AMRA Sport Mods in 2017

 

 

 

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (January 30, 2017) - New for the 2017 season, weekly competitors in the AMRA Late Model, AMRA Modified and AMRA Sport Modified divisions will be awarded for their attendance at Atomic Speedway and Skyline Speedway in southern Ohio.

 

 

 

Assembled by promoters Brad McCown (Atomic Speedway) and Steve Curtis (Skyline Speedway), the newly molded Skyline Speedway/Atomic Speedway Challenge Series will award separate championship points, as well as a separate championship point fund, to competitors who compete weekly at Skyline Speedway and Atomic Speedway. Competitors that maintain a combined attendance of at least 75% will be eligible for the Challenge Series championship point fund.

 

 

 

Awarding nearly $10,000 in prize money amongst the top-ten Challenge Series point finishers in the three eligible divisions, the Skyline Speedway/Atomic Speedway Challenge Series will award $1,000 to the AMRA Late Model champion; $1,000 to the AMRA Modified champion; and $600 to the AMRA Sport Modified champion.

 

 

 

“Each track has been working hard to make something like this possible for the drivers and fans. I can’t thank everyone enough, especially Steve Curtis at Skyline Speedway, for their efforts in helping me put something like this together.” Brad McCown explained, Atomic Speedway promoter. “We wanted to show extra appreciation toward the drivers and teams who participate in action at both facilities on a weekly basis. We as promoters understand how demanding that really is, so why not give them an extra incentive to continue their weekly relationship with our tracks. We appreciate their efforts and our fans appreciate their attendance.”

 

 

 

Those seeking additional information should stay tuned online on all of the available social media networks, as well as at www.atomicspeedway.net. Updated rules and point structure for the Skyline Speedway / Atomic Speedway Challenge Series will be available in the coming weeks.

 

 

 

Skyline/Atomic Challenge Series Point Fund:
AMRA Late Models / AMRA Modifieds / AMRA Sport Modifieds:
1. $1,000 / $1,000 / $600
2. $600 / $600 / $400
3. $500 / $500 / $300
4. $400 / $400 / $250
5. $300 / $300 / $200
6. $200 / $200 / $150
7. $150 / $150 / $100
8. $100 / $100 / $100
9. $100 / $100 / $100
10. $100 / $100 / $100

 

 

 

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Tyler Altmeyer
Public Relations/Marketing
Classic Ink USA, LLC
Fully Injected Motorsports
All Star Circuit of Champions

 

 

    

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