ROSSBURG, Ohio — Concluding a nine-month campaign consisting of nearly 50 events stretching from New York to Iowa and south to Florida, the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions will make their final appearances of the season this weekend.
Arctic Cat All Star teams battling for positions in the season championship will have three opportunities to advance during the course of the weekend, as three main events will be contested during a two-day swing.
Mansfield (Ohio) Motor Speedway will activate the final weekend of competition for the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions. Hosting two main events in one evening, “Double Down at Mansfield Motor Speedway” will feature a full show as well as a make-up feature that will also award a $5,000 top prize.
The make-up feature, scheduled to be completed just before heat race action takes shape for the regularly scheduled program, was originally planned to conclude the All Star visit in late May, but Mother Nature halted any hope for that just as feature cars were beginning to stage.
The Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions will conclude the season the following night at Eldora Speedway.
Joining a competitive field of non-wing sprint cars, as well as the NRA Sprint Invaders, the “Last Call For Methanol” blockbuster will feature three, full sprint car programs with the Arctic Cat All Star portion of the program headlining the program.
Earning a record-tying sixth Series championship, Chad Kemenah will officially be crowned Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions champion on Saturday night at Eldora Speedway. Entering the weekend with a commanding 462-point lead, Kemenah’s title will be a second consecutive, padded by three victories on the season thus far, as well as 34 top-ten finishes in 45 main event starts.
Hunter Racing will clinch the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions owner championship with an appearance at Mansfield Motor Speedway. It will be a second consecutive Arctic Cat All Star title for Hunter Racing’s Rob Hunter.