Most Exciting Event
“Wow, Wow and holy cow!!” is what everyone who was lucky enough to see the PCS “All American 100” presented by PenneyLawyers.com is saying.
The PCS teams came out in force for this event, bringing a solid field of 21 cars ready to hit the track and entertain our fans. Saturdays super-fast practice times revealed that the drivers were up on the wheel and that the racing would be fierce.
In qualifying, Eric Schmidt put down a blistering fast lap in his Sierra Speed Chevy Camaro to top the charts and claim the Sunoco Fuels Fast time award. Drawing a 6 pill for the invert would put a strong bunch of cars and tough competitors in the top spots for the start of the race. Keith Nelson in the 6n car won the 6 car 6 lap Diverse Machine and Fab trophy dash, giving the fans an exciting peek at the fast and close racing that was in store.
After a great afternoon of patriotic opening ceremonies and Placer county Sheriff K 9 and swat unit demonstrations, the racing got under way. It was quite a site to see a full grandstand and 21 late models racing to the green at All American Speedway. Right away in the opening laps it was apparent that we were in for an amazing show. The battle to get to and stay in the front was something to see. Unbelievable door to door racing from Beeler, Nelson, Scott, Doss, Schmidt and Hutchinson and multiple lead changes between Matt Scott and Jeremy Doss made for one of the most memorable races we have seen in years. PCS series point’s leader Mike Beeler brought home the well-deserved victory after patiently stalking the battling Doss and Scott whose close quarters racing ended with contact and a spin with 3 laps to go unfortunately collecting a few other cars in the mix.
My thanks go out to all the PCS teams, drivers and their families for the hard work and dedication it takes to get these cars to the track to put on such a great show for us. We can’t wait to get to our next event August 9th at Stockton 99 Speedway.