In what is surely one of the biggest races to end 2009, 'The King's Ransom 300' just keeps on getting bigger. The ASA Late Model Series is proud to announce that O'Reilly Auto Parts King's Ransom 300 presented by Suncoast Plastering is going to shown during “prime time” on December 22, 2009 at 8:00 pm eastern 7:00 pm central on Fox Sports Midwest. 'The King's Ransom 300' will be held on November 7th 2009 at the Memphis Motorsports Park.
“It's great that we have received this early Christmas present, it will be able to show our style of racing to a large audience is extremely important to growing our series. It also gives our racers a chance to showcase their sponsors and their talent” commented series president Ron Varney. “Who wouldn't want to be crowned the 'King of Short Track' on National TV,' finished Varney
Also on tap for the event is the first ever King's Court and King's parade featuring the 2008 “King of Short Track” Steve Carlson. The King's Court will be made of some lucky fans that are chosen out of a drawing being held in partnership with O'Reilly Auto Parts along with several VIP's attending the event. More details regarding the parade will be announced as they become available.
The ASA Late Model Series is also scheduling an Owner's meeting for Friday, November 6th after practice ends for the day. “We are going to go over the 2010 schedule and make some very important and exciting announcements regarding the 2010 season” stated Varney. “This also gives the Owner's a chance to share their thoughts and feeling as we move forward” finished Varney.
If that isn't enough the ASA Late Model Series will also be crowning our 2009 Challenge division Champion and the weekend will also feature a 100 lap USST Truck Series race. The top three teams in the ASALMS Challenge Division include; heavy hitter Brian Campbell, young and rising star Drew Brannon and southern hot-shot Josh Hamner. One of these three may grab one of the most coveted titles in the country for short track racing in 2009.
Memphis Motorsports Park has established itself as one of the most popular and versatile racing facilities in the country. Located just 15 minutes from downtown Memphis and historic Beale Street, close to some of the Mid-South's top attractions and landmarks, not to mention Memphis' world famous barbecue. The city of Memphis like the track is pure energy and pure soul. You can hear it in the clubs on Beale Street and the roar of the engines at the track.
To find out more information about America's Premier Short track Series, be sure to log on to www.asalatemodels.com. The ASA Late Model Series is its own entity and not affiliated in any way with ASA Racing, American Speed Association or the ASA Member Track Program. The ASA Late Model Series is owned and operated by Ron and Sandy Varney as it has been for the past six years and will be for years to come.
The ASA Late Model Series is its own entity and not endorsed, sponsored or affiliated in any way with ASA Racing, American Speed Association or the ASA Member Track Program. The ASA Late Model Series is owned and operated by Ron and Sandy Varney
For more information on the ASA Late Model Series and teams, visit our websites at www.asalatemodels.com, www.asalatemodelsnorth.com or www.asalatemodelssouth.com