John Rittenoure - TULSA, Okla. (May 3, 2021) - Four weeks ago the Complete Well Testing Sooner Late Model Series invaded 81 Speedway and Nebraska driver Josh Leonard dropped in and topped a field of 24 late models in the 25-lap A-Feature.
Saturday the Sooner Series returns to 81 Speedway for another round of door-to-door battle on the fast 3/8’s mile oval.
Three-time defending champion Kip Hughes became the seasons first repeat winner with his victory last week at Enid Speedway. However, he is still chasing points leader Hayden Ross who continues to hold the down the top spot, despite not having a win after six events.
At Enid Hughes and Ross battled for second position early on while chasing leader John Herring. But Hughes won the battle for the lead and Ross followed and finished in second place.
Ross has five top five finishes coming into Saturday’s program. HIs only non-top five finish came April 10 at 81 Speedway where he finished 11th. Hughes was third in that event.
Racing at 81 Speedway begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Pit gates open at 3 p.m., Grandstands open at 5, Hot laps at 6, racing at 7.
Adult general admission $12, Seniors 65+ & Military $10, Children 10 & under, FREE
Adult pit passes $30, child pit passes 5-10, $15
Children 4 & under pit passes FREE
81 Speedway, 7700 N. Broadway, Park City, Kans. 67219
Phone: 316-755-1781, 316-755-1481
About Complete Well Testing
Based in Oklahoma, Complete Well Testing is a family owned and operated company specializing in hydrostatic tubing testing and EMI tubing scanning.
Sooner Late Model Series
The Sooner Late Model Series was formed in 2016 by Enid Speedway co-promoter Mark Brill. Brill felt there was not many opportunities for late model competitors to race in Oklahoma and the Sooner Late Model Series was formed. Now the series has grown beyond the borders of Oklahoma with events held in the neighboring states of Kansas, Texas and Arkansas as well.