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Keller Auto Speedway Roars Back To Life Friday Night

KoK 360’s, IMCA Mods, and IMCA Sports Mods on the Card!


Hanford, CA- After an extended break, the Keller Auto Speedway at the Kings County Fairgrounds comes back to life on Friday night for the third round of the inaugural Battle For the Milk Can featuring the Duinkerken Farms King of Kings 360’s, the McAlister’s Auto IMCA Mods, and the RaceChic  IMCA Sport Mods.

The $3000 to win, $300 to start Duinkerken Farms King of Kings 360’s  are led into action by current point leader, Cory Eliason. Leading the season long championship standings by 19 points over DJ Netto, Eliason also leads the Battle for the Milk Can standings by a mere one digit over the series’ most recent winner, Mitchell Faccinto.

Aside from the great purse on the line for the King of Kings 360 series, there is a $1000 bonus up for grabs to the driver who finishes the highest on Saturday night with the King of the West Series that runs on Friday night at the Keller Auto Speedway with the King of Kings 360’s.

A star studded field is expected to be on hand with the likes of Eliason, Netto, Faccinto, Steven Tiner, Ryan Bernal, Craig Stidham, Landon Hurst, Austin Liggett, Heath Duinkerken, Richard and Jace Vander Weerd, Eric Humphries, and some special guests including Jonathan Allard, Kyle Hirst, and many more.

Thought the KoK 360’s have another night of action later this Fall to determine the Battle For the Milk Can Champion, the McAlister’s Auto IMCA Mods and the RaceChic IMCA Sport Mods will crown their respective champions on Friday night.

In McAlister’s Auto IMCA Mod action, the first two Battle For the Milk Can rounds have been all about Brad Pounds. Picking up the first two wins, Pounds will look to sweep the three-race series this coming Friday night.

Though Pounds leads the mini-series standings, Bryan Burnes continues to sit atop the season long standings as he leads Chad Reichenbach by 13 points, and and Roger Holder by 22 digits, while Pounds sits 33 points out of the lead.

Ricky Childress Jr and Nick Spainhoward continue to go back and forth in the RaceChic IMCA Sport Mod division. With each driver scoring a win during the first two Battle For The Milk Can races, the duo will battle for the title on Friday night as the also sit just three markers back of each other for the season long title chase.

With big money and prestige on the line Friday night, the Keller Auto Speedway is the place for all race fans to be. The front gates are scheduled to open at 5pm with cars scheduled to be on the track for hot laps around 6pm. Adult tickets will be sold for $15 while Students and Seniors will be admitted for $12, and kings five and under are admitted free.

ON TAP- Racing will return to the Keller Auto Speedway on Friday night as the King of Kings 360’s, IMCA Mods and IMCA Sport Mods compete in the third ‘Battle For The Milk Can’ event.

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