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Keep the momentum

                                                        McKean tries to keep momentum at MVS 

    After a win last weekend in the Budweiser Super Stocks and an excellent run with the Rocky Mountain Challenge Series, Kris McKean will try to keep the momentum rolling into tonight’s event. McKean will have hands full holding off Super Stocks competitors Ernie Hall and Jerry McKean however, as both drivers will be eager for a much better outcome to their night than last Saturday. 

    As soon as the NAPA Street Stocks take the track this evening driver John Newell will be working on closing up his 30-point gap in the standings behind leader in the division John Hoogendoorn. Meanwhile Chase Carraway, who was overtaken mid-way in the main event race opening night, hopes to get his car to the front and stay there this time. 

    The Brennan’s Carpet Pony Stocks will be making their second run of the season and tonight drivers Jerry Slocum and JC Brookshire, separated by just two points for second in the standings, have the best shot at knocking Ray Homolka off his high-horse as frontrunner in the division. Rounding out the show, Jason Quale will attempt to continue his command of the Stingers division and the Super Sixes will make their first appearance of the year at MVS. 

    For a special intermission event, Outback Steakhouse will be hosting spectator street drags. Anyone with a street car or truck is invited to try and set the fastest time in a lap around the track for an Outback Steakhouse gift certificate. Participants can register at the gate with a driver’s license, registration and proof of insurance.

Gates open at 5 p.m., and the green flag waves at 6.