By David Smith Jr.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – After a two-week hiatus, it is back to racing for the Sprint Series of Oklahoma presented by Smiley’s Racing Products/Hoosier Racing Tires Southwest as the tour makes its inaugural appearance at Enid Speedway this Saturday, March 31.
Coming into race three on the 2018 race season, two-time and defending series champion Andy Shouse holds a slim two-point lead over Texas driver Michael Day. Chris Kelly, who has already picked his first feature victory of the season and second SSO victory of career, sits third while Brandon Jennings, Shane Sellers and Austin Mundie are tied for fourth.
Gary Owens, Cody Whitworth, Dillon Laden and Travis Scott round out the top 10 in early-season SSO point standings.
Other drivers looking to make the trip to the Garfield County Fairgrounds include Loyd Clevenger, Tanner Conn, Blake Scott, Justin Fisk, Eric Matthews and Joe Wood Jr. Jake Martens, who finished second in series points last season, is slated to make his first appearance with the series this season as is Josh Toho.
Grandstands open at 2 p.m. while pit gates open at 4 p.m. with race action slated for a 7 p.m. start time.
Grandstand admission is $15 for adults while general admission for seniors, military and students ages 12-15 years is $12. Kids 11 and younger will be admitted into the grandstands for free.
All pit passes are $30.
After this weekend’s inaugural event at Enid Speedway, the tour will take two weeks off before making its first of three scheduled appearance at Lawton Speedway on Saturday, April 14.