PAST WINNERS ENTER CENTRAL TRANSPORT GLASS CITY 200

PAST WINNERS ENTER CENTRAL TRANSPORT GLASS CITY 200

Toledo, Ohio—September 15, 2020: Past race winners, including 2019 Outlaw Late Model victor Cayden Lapcevich have filed entries the 32nd running of the Central Transport Glass City 200 presented by DTS Drive Train Specialists and Moran Chevrolet set for Saturday, September 19 at Toledo Speedway.

The Outlaw Super Late Models and the ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by Jeg’s stock-bodied Late Models will each battle in 100 lap main events on the fast ½ mile paved oval.  The ARCA/CRA race is part of the 2020 “Chase” for the Championship. LV Alliance has posted a $200 bonus for the Fast Qualifier for the Outlaw Super Late Models.  Since 2017, the Glass City 200 has featured both types of Late Models in 100 lap contests.

The CRA Jr. Late Models, a class set up for ages 10-15, will also be a part of the signature event of the track. That division will run heats and a feature on Toledo’s short track.

Lapcevich will pull double duty this weekend, steering the #16 cars of owner Bob Blount in both 100 lap events.  Former Glass City Outlaw Late Model winners Dennis Strickland and JR Roahrig are also entered.  To date, there are no former ARCA/CRA winners entered for this Saturday’s race.  Local favorites Harold Fair Jr., Jeff Vrsek and Hayden Sprague are entered, along with Michael Simko and Brandon Varney.

For the 2020 Glass City race, DTS Drive Train Specialists will add $100 to positions 12-24 for the Outlaw Super Late Model race, which will now pay $600 to start.  The winner will take home $2500.

Moran Chevrolet is currently the ARCA Outlaw Super Late Model division sponsor at Flat Rock and has been involved with many races for the class at both tracks for many seasons.  Moran will sponsor the Moran Chevrolet Hard Charger Award, a $100 bonus to the driver that improves the most positions in the Outlaw Super Late Model race September 19.

The entry forms have been posted under the Racer Information button at www.toledospeedway.com.

In accordance with the August 19 State of Ohio Department of Health Director’s Order, Toledo Speedway’s plan for strict adherence to the guidelines outlined has resulted in approval by the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department for limited spectator attendance in the grandstands. 

Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets as soon as possible.  Tickets are now on sale.  All tickets are $25 each, and advance tickets will ONLY be available online at www.toledospeedway.com.  Only 1500 tickets may be sold. The online sale ends at 8 p.m. Friday night, September 18.

The remaining tickets will go on sale at the track on race day only at the track ticket office. Tickets go back on sale at the track at 2 p.m.

As a priority, the safety and health of participants, spectators and employees will require all attendees to follow guidelines posted at www.toledospeedway.com as a condition for admission.  Masks are to be worn upon entry to the track, and please practice social distancing when possible.

Saturday, September 19, race day begins with registration at 8:30 and the pit gates opening at 9 a.m. Practice begins at Noon and the gates will be open for spectators to watch.  The stands will be cleared at 2:30 p.m., then open back up at 3, with qualifying at 3:30 p.m.  Race time is 5 p.m.  A rain date of Sunday, September 20 at 1 p.m. has been established.

The current entry lists are posted at www.toledospeedway.com.  Click on the race event in the right column.

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