Saturday night is for kids at All American Speedway

By: Press Tribune staff
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Four races remain in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series as racing resumes tonight at All American Speedway. Twin 44-lap main events highlight the Late Model division on Kids Night. In addition to the Street Stock and Bomber divisions and spectator racing, kids will be able to watch other kids race, as the Future Stars of Racing Mini Cup class makes another appearance in Roseville. Kids ages 12 and under will be admitted free with a paying adult. Kids can compete in a newspaper toss, sponsored by the Press Tribune, for a chance to win a BMX bike. There also will be a football toss, face painting, a $2 kids meal deal and an autograph session. Gates open at 4 p.m. for spectators. Qualifying begins at 4 and racing at 6. Meanwhile, in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, Bill McAnally Racing driver Eric Holmes of Escalon scored his third victory of the season by taking the checkered flag last Saturday in the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts Bonus Challenge “150” at Montana Raceway Park. McAnally drivers Moses Smith and Paulie Harraka finished third and 11th. Holmes, who has seven top-10 finishes in eight races, has a 79-point lead over David Mayhew heading into tonight’s race at Colorado National Speedway. The Pro Series West returns to All American Speedway on Oct. 16 for the NAPA Auto Parts 150. Harraka won the Pro Series West opener March 27 in Roseville.