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Default Season Finale @ Atco - Sept 30th & Oct 1st

Mid Atlantic 90 Season Finale @ Atco – Sept 30th & Oct 1st

The Mid Atlantic .90 Association will close out its 2017 season where it all started at Atco Dragway on Sept 30th & Oct 1st. This is a great last season event for racers as it falls right between the Keystone Nationals & Dutch Classic being held at Maple Grove. This way for those attending both the Keystones & Dutch from long distances will have something to do in between events to pass the time and get one last event in before we put a close on the 2017 season.

The point’s battles will also be settled at Atco Dragway and currently they are too close to call. In Super Comp the red-hot Amanda Boicesco rolls her ATI Performance Transmissions Dragster into competition and has about a 4 round lead over 2nd place Bill Hardifer and the W&T Pipeline Consultants rail. Kathy Smulligan, Kevin Scholl & Ash Senft round out the rest of the Top 5 but that could all change as Atco is one of the larger drawls of Super Comp Cars for the year and could result in a 6 round event.

In Super Gas current Division1 point’s leader Tom Goldman also holds the MASGA points lead going into the final two events of the season. Tom will be looking for his 3rd MASGA Championship in his Bullets to Spare II Corvette Roadster but, will have some stiff competition from 2nd place George Smith, Sean Lang & Hank Smith. Tom’s biggest threat may come from 5th place Derek Clark who is still claiming a race and will only be 12 points behind after 1st round on Saturday.

In Super Street Keith Mayers will be looking for his 4th straight championship in the series but, may face his toughest year to date as he finds himself in 2nd place going into the Finale. Currently Dom Burgese holds the point lead by 4 points with Marty Ganjoin in 3rd and the biggest threat is in 4th place and Jimmy Stack. Stack driving the Livezey & Garbinski Dodge has 1 win & 3 final round appearances in only 4 races and will be claiming the final two events which will only put him 18 points behind without any round wins to his credit.

Gates open at 4:30pm on the 29th for a track operated T&T that will start around 6pm. There may be a small gate fee for those coming in for the night to park & watch for the night ($10.00). Gates will be open till about 12am on Saturday Morning and then re-open at 8am in the morning for those who didn’t roll in at night. Fees are $30.00 at the gate and $75.00 paid to Rob Keister at his trailer, based on 26 cars per class it will be a $1,000 to the winners of each class. Racing will get underway around 9:30 – 10am and will include 10.00, 11.50 & Pro Dial Points events as a little breather for the .90 cars in between rounds. On Sunday, Racing will get underway around 9:30am and will feature Test & Tune, Nostalgia Stk / SS Cars and of course the .90 Cars. Entry fees and payout will be the same as Saturday’s event. For more info you can email Rob Keister @ rekeister@aol.com or call him at 856-332-2851 or find him on Facebook.
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