AMP State Series rolls on with two Central Arkansas June 6-7

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Default AMP State Series rolls on with two Central Arkansas June 6-7

AMP State Series rolls on with two Central Arkansas visits June 6-7

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May 31, 2008

The AMP Series continues on with the 2008 Tour as the series makes two stops in Central Arkansas at Beebe Speedway and Central Arkansas Speedway on Friday and Saturday, June 6 & 7.

Friday night will see the AMP Super Late Models take to the swift racing surface of Beebe Speedway in Beebe, ARK for the second time this season. 2008 points leader Allen Tippen will look to solidify his hold on the title race as Jon “catman’ Mitchell, Kyle Beard, Charlie Cole and the rest of the AMP contingents look to take top honors on the night. A whole host of local talent is expected to be on hand to give the AMP Series a fight for the top spot including, Rookie driver Jeff Wells, Clay Fisher, Rachel York, Terry Henson, Andy Hockenhull, Mike Bowers, Mike McNay, Shane Diamant, Dewaine Hottinger, Jon Kirby, Tommy Surrett, Dusty Johnston, Kenny Basco, Larry Potter, Billy Moyer Jr, Gary Scott Christian, Ronnie Adams, Allen Murry, along with many others.

Fans can expect to see any of these racers at anytime during the 2008 season.

Kyle Beard of Trumann, Arkansas put fans on their feet as he drove the high side and captured the checkered flag when the series visited in early May and looks to make a strong bid for a second consecutive win at the facility.

Racing action kicks off with gates opening at 5:00 pm and racing at 8:00 pm.
For more information on Beebe Speedway visit them on the web at www.beebespeedway.com or call 501-838-6548. Beebe Speedway is located Northeast of Little Rock on US 67 to exit 31, then south .1 mile on SR 31.

Teams will load and lock and haul to Plummerville, Arkansas for the second night of weekend action

Saturday night, June 7, the AMP Series Tour makes the trip to the west for the first visit this season to Central Arkansas Speedway. Mike Bowers was able to take home the tough win when the series visited last September and his team will be looking to match his last visit to the speedway and claim the first visit to the Plummerville, ARK facility.

Lawn Chairs are welcome, grandstand seating is limited.


Gates open at 4:00 racing at 8:00 pm

For more information on Central Arkansas Speedway visit them on the web at www.centralarkansasspeedway.com Central Arkansas Speedway is located just off
I-40 to exit 112, then .3 mile south on SR 92, then 1.5 miles east
For track information call (501) 908-2112 or (501) 327-5967

For all the latest news and information on the AMP State Series visit us on the web at www.ampseries.com or by calling (501-847-6019) or (501) 920-2677.

AMP Series would like to thank our Marketing Partners and encourage all racer, fans and friends to visit with them during the 2008 race season.

AMP Series members/drivers that compete 80% during 2008 with paid membership will be able to have a chance of winning a 28 foot Lift Gate Stacker Trailer presented by Blue Ridge Trailers Inc of Canton, Texas. www.blueridgeliftgate.com

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