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This week’s finale at Susquehanna Speedway Park will be a very special event. Due to a cancellation in CRSA/TSRS region the event is now a true interregional event. Teams from all local regions are invited to participate and an increased purse is being offered. The race will pay $500 to win and $150 to start. Top drivers from Western PA, New York New Jersey and other areas are expected to compete.
Saturday’s winner will also be declared a guaranteed starter for the upcoming Keystone RaceSaver Challenge in October. Pre-registrations for the challenge already exceed 35 cars and with 56 last year and 51 earlier this year for an interregional event car counts for this weekend and the challenge are expected to be good.
Additionally the winner will receive a Hoosier Tire courtesy of Miller Racing Parts.

Teams will be gunning for this years PASS and SSP champion Logan Wagner who has dominated competition in 2013. Wagners domination came with a little luck last week when Eric Parker spun while maneuvering lap traffic. George Riden was also hot on his tail and has run well all year. Several teams including Parker, have been making things tougher for Wagner lately; mix in top talent from other regions and you'll have some excellent racing this Saturday. The show will be capped off with a 50 lap 358 Late Model feature as part of their 8th annual Susquehanna Showdown.

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