Editor’s Note: The following stories were featured on page two of the Oct. 25, 2000 issue of National Speed Sport News.

Call Him King Kinser Again!

October 25 2000 2BAYI’OWN, Texas — Steve Kinser clinched the Pennzoil World of Outlaws championship in convincing style, winning Saturday night’s Lone Star Classic at Houston Raceway Park.

“We’ve played it conservative here the last month or so and got in pretty good shape (in the point standings), so now we’re going out to try to win races to finish off the year,” Steve Kinser said after claiming his 16th Pennzoil World of Outlaws Series championship.

Kinser was anything but conservative Saturday night, setting the fast time and winning his heat. He started sixth in the 30-lap feature.

Kinser exchanged the lead with Sammy Swindell three times before winning his 10th season feature.

Other Headlines

– Polloch, Hines Triumph

Aaron Pollack claimed the USAC midget feature and Tracy Hines won the USAC Stoops Freightliner sprint car main event during the season finale weekend for the two series at Indiana’s Winchester Speedway.

– Tarlton Claims Trophy Cup

Jonathan Allard won the 40-lap seventh annual Trophy Cup 360 sprint car race at California’s Watsonville Speedway, but runner-up Tommy Tarlton secured the Trophy Cup championship, earning $8,000.

– Reutimann Nets TBARA Triumph

Wayne Reutimann marched to victory in the Tampa Bay Area Racing Ass’n sprint car feature at Florida’s Columbia Motorsports Park.