Each year, racing fans embrace the excitement of opening night at their local short track and dread the thought of the
final checkered flag of the season. Unfortunately for the race teams and the fans of Berlin Raceway, Saturday night will mark the close of the pavement season for 2014.
RacingAwareness.com, along with all the Berlin race teams, invite you to join us for the final pavement show of the year, The Chet Championship Night. All classes will be in action: Super Late Models, Outlaw Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, Sportsman, Vintage Modifieds, and 4-Cylinders! Champions will be crowned. And, together we can all reflect back on a great year of auto racing here in West Michigan.
Berlin Raceway is a short track showplace thanks to the ownership, staff and those before them. Saturday night, the Military/Veterans and those 65 years of age or older are FREE; for all others, general admission tickets are only $12 for adults.
The night will also include $1 Beers and $1 Dogs and FIREWORKS presented by Van Andel Propane to cap it all off. Come out and celebrate with us this Saturday night. The show starts at 6:00 p.m., the first green flag waves at 6:30 … at some point thereafter, that last checkered flag …
The Championship battles:
1. 82 Tom Thomas
1. 77 Andrew Nylaan – tied for the point lead
3. 101L Joe Bush / Team RA – 35 points back
1. 22 Billy Shotko
2. 7H Ryan Hamm – 70 points back
3. 97L Ben Welch / Team RA – 87 points back
Outlaw Lates – Terry Senneker leads Brian Bergakker by 22 points
Super Stocks – Brian Tillema leads Seth Moody by 3 points
Sportsman – Randy Veldman leads Brian Thome by 15 points
VROA – Don Deyman leads John Evans by 66 points
4 Cylinder – Billy Krupp leads Ryan Holtzlander by 98