SCARBOROUGH — The 2014 season comes down to a final night, with NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Championship Night slated for this Saturday, Aug. 30, at 7 p.m.
Dave Farrington Jr. has led the majority of the season by avoiding the chaos and calamity that dictated much of the middle portion of the 15-race season. Farrington has a 54-point lead over rookie Reid Lanpher with only the final night of the season remaining. Veteran Kelly Moore is 56 points out of the lead.
Justin Karkos has his sights set on his first Wildcat title with a 30-point lead over the only driver with a mathematical chance of catching him, David Vaughn. Karkos’ four feature wins have helped stake him out to the cushion.
The closest battle of 2014 once again belongs to the ultra-competitive Sport Series. Garrett Hall, who has announced he’s graduating to the Pro Series for next year, sits seven points ahead of Sally Gherardi as he tries to go out on top of the class. Clyde Hennessey lurks just 21 points off the pace.
As always, adult tickets are just $10 for NASCAR Nite, and kids 12 and under are admitted FREE. Even the qualifying heats have the chance to effect the final championship outcomes, so get there early and be ready for all the racing action when the first green flag flies promptly at 7 p.m.