$uper $eason Championship coming to Red River Speedway Sept. 25
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September 8, 2015  |  by Darin Short

WICHITA FALLS, Texas—What makes a Season Championship event super? When the competitors get to battle it out for super-sized purses! And that's exactly what's going to take place at Red River Speedway (RRS) near Wichita Falls, on Friday, September 25. This is the next race night at RRS.

The USRA Modifieds will slug it out for a $1,000 payday while Sprint Cars, SportMods, Pro Stocks and Mini Stocks will round out the five-division racing card. Click http://www.RRSpeedway.com for complete purse breakdown, and rules are posted under the 'drivers' tab.

Adult tickets are $15 (ages 12-64), while ages 6-11 are $5. Seniors 65+/Active Military can enjoy the racing program for just $12. All pit passes for all ages are $35.

While the $uper $eason Championship is the final RRS points event of the season, it's not the final event.

There is also a special event planned for Halloween weekend at RRS, which will be announced the week of the $uper $eason Championship.

Several points battles will conclude by the end of the night on September 25th, with five championships on the line. Here are the points for all five RRS divisions:

1 Logan Robertson #123 Shamrock TX 876 Leader
2 Chadd Howell 49 Waurika OK 861 -15
3 John Webb 87 Wichita Falls OK 855 -21
4 Tommy Fain 90 Abilene, TX 826 -50
5 John Nemetz 89 Iowa Park TX 813 -63

Friday September 25th RRS payback by division:

USRA Modifieds: $1,000 - 500 - 400 - 350 - 300 - 250 - 225 - 200 - 190 - 180 - 170 - 160 - 150 - 140 - 135 - 130 - 125 to start (24th). No entry fee. All non-starters $50. (See track website for rules under the 'drivers' tab.)

Mufflers or cone-type inserts are required for all cars in all divisions. Detailed division rules posted at the track website. This is the final 2015 points event for the RRS divisions.

Here are the specifics for the Friday, September 25th racing program at Red River Speedway:

-Pits open by 5pm, Grandstands open at 6pm, and racing starts at 8pm

-General Admission $15 (ages 12 to 64; tickets available on race night only)

-Kids ages 6-11 are $5

-Active Military and Seniors (Ages 65+): $12

-All Pit Passes, all ages are $35

-No outside food, drinks and/or coolers allowed through ticket gates; a full selection of economically priced food concessions, including beer, are available.

-Click http://www.RRSpeedway.com or the track Facebook page http://www.Facebook.com/RedRiverSpeedway for complete event details, flyer, purse structure, rules, directions and much more.

It's going to be a really great night of fun and excitement on the fast 1/4 mile at Red River Speedway on Friday, September 25th - so don't miss out on any of it, Let's Kick a Little Dirt!

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