By TIM BALTZ
BROCKVILLE, ONT – With an already busy schedule slated for the 12th annual Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals on October 2nd and 3rd, this past Saturday Mother Nature decided to washout the remainder of the program. This left Brockville Ontario Speedway staff and management to move all events to the biggest event of the season at The BOS.
With all heat races completed and rain cutting the rest of the program short on September 5th, Friday nights edition of the Fall Nationals begins at 7pm and will now see the held over 358 Modified, Sportsman and Novice Sportsman events from this past Saturday. The Street Stock, 1000 Islands RV Crate Sprint Cars and Vintage will run their held over events plus regular scheduled races for a total of 9 features on Friday night.
Saturday’s portion of the Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals begins at 6pm and will feature the Mike LaSalle Memorial 96 lap 358 Modified feature plus the Sportsman and Street Stock. The Mini Stock will run their held over feature from September 5th plus their regularly scheduled feature event for the evening. The Action Sprint Tour and the just recently added Quebec Lightning Sprints will also be on the card for the Saturday night finale.
A reminder to everyone that competitors who were part of the September 5th show will be able to compete in the rescheduled held over events. Spectators can purchase new tickets for $55 per person per day. Advance sale tickets are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and must be purchased by September 20th.
With so much racing action packed into two days, it will be just what teams and fans are wanting as the season draws to a close. The entire staff and management at the speedway thank all teams, sponsors and most importantly, the race fans, for all of your support during the 2020 season.
This years Dirt Outlaw Apparel Fall Nationals, A Craig Revelle Tribute, is presented by Nature’s Reality Botanical Blends, VP Racing Fuels and Hoosier Racing Tires and Sponsored by BOB FM and the Recorder and Times.