This Saturday it all comes down to one final night and one final race to crown the champions at Kern County Raceway.
The “Coors Light Championship Season Finale” is the final event for the NASCAR Late Models, NASCAR Super Stocks, NASCAR Spec Mods, and INEX Legends.
There are nine drivers across four divisions still alive to earn the ultimate prize, the 2018 Championship. In each of those four divisions, the title will be decided in the final laps of their respective main events.
In the NASCAR Late Models, point’s leader Jagger Jones (Grandson of Parnelli Jones) holds a 60 point advantage over Zach St. Onge. That may seem like a large deficit to overcome, however the Late Models run twin main events this weekend, and St. Onge still has a mathematical shot at the title.
In the other two NASCAR Divisions and the INEX Legends, the chase for the championship is much tighter.
The NASCAR Super Stocks have the closest race for the title, as point’s leader Paul Ebersbacher holds a slim two-point advantage over defending champion Roger Holder. Ebersbacher, driver of the #02 and Holder, the pilot of the #24 have had a spirited battle all season long.
The INEX Legends will have a National Qualifier in addition to their champion’s race. Colton Page, has closed the gap on point’s leader Josh Ayers over the last two races, as Page has won two in a row leading into the points finale. Ayers has a four point lead going into Saturday Night.
The Coffey Brothers, Ed and Jim and early season favorite Jason Galvin will race for the NASCAR Spec Mod title this Saturday night. Ed Coffey sits third in points, 37 markers behind his brother Jim, the point’s leader. Jason Galvin, has tight hold on second, just seven points out of the championship points lead. The trio will battle it out to claim the title!
Championship points are awarded as follows; drivers earn 3 bonus points for being quick qualifier, 2 bonus points for second quick, all other drivers earn 1 bonus point for qualifying. Main event winners earn 50 points; with each place behind the winner awarded 2 point less, per position.
The “Coors Light Championship Finale,” this Saturday at Kern Count Raceway! Four champions will be crowned, and it all comes down to the final points races!
Spectator gates for the Coors Light Championship Finale will open at 5:30 pm, with opening ceremonies at 7:00 pm.
Kern County Raceway is proud to partner with Budweiser, Bulwark FR, Coors Light, Jim Burke Ford, and Whelen Engineering.
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