Bob Fish Presents the Alan
Kulwicki Memorial and
the New Midwest Sportsman Championship Series!
By Cortney Owen
2003; Slinger, WI - This Sunday night
long-time track sponsor Bob Fish Pontiac, Buick, GMC in West Bend presents the annual Alan
Kulwicki Memorial event at Slinger Super Speedway featuring a visit by the Midwest
Sportsman Championship Series. The night will be highlighted by a 75-lap Late Model
feature and competition will continue in the following Slinger Super Speedway divisions,
Eldorado Trailer Sales Midwest Modifieds, Team Cruisers, Slinger Bees, Figure 8s,
Port A John Speedway Guest Cars and the Spectator Eliminators.
In addition to regular Sunday night on-track activities, competition at the worlds
fastest quarter mile oval will include the new Midwest Sportsman Championship Series
(MSCS). MSCS drivers will try their luck at navigating the high banks of Slinger Super
Speedway in a 40-lap battle for the checkered flag. The series was originally scheduled to
run at Slinger Super Speedway last Sunday night, but threatening weather forced the track
to cancel activities and postpone round three of the MSCS until May 18th. The eight-race
series includes competition at Slinger Super Speedway, Lake Geneva Raceway and Rockford
Speedway in Illinois.
The Slinger Super Speedway Sunday night racing action, runs through September 21, 2003.
Fans may test their driving ability in 2003 by renting one of the Port A John Speedway
Guest Cars, which are still available for rental on May 18th. The track also announced
last week that registration for the 2003 Miss Slinger Super Speedway pageant has begun and
interested women should contact the speedways office at 262.644.5921 for further
information or visit their web-site at www.slingersuperspeedway.com