Around 125 loads of NEW dirt for the 2020 season! 

Season Opener – Friday March 20th

 410 Sprints • UMP Late Models • 305 Sprints
 Nerds Pod Cast join Callies Performance Products, Fremont Fence as Attica division sponsors


Jan. 11, 2020

Contact: Rex LeJeune –


ATTICA, Ohio – Attica Raceway Park welcomes and Dirt Nerds Pod Cast as the division sponsor of the UMP Late Models for 2020. Returning as the sponsor of the 410 sprint division will once again be Callie’s Performance Products while the Fremont Fence Company returns to sponsor the 305 sprint division.


The season kicks off Friday, March 20 with all three weekly divisions in action.


“We are pleased to bring and Dirt Nerds Pod Cast into our family at Attica and look forward to promoting them. Callie’s Performance Products and Fremont Fence have been long time supporters of Attica Raceway Park and racing throughout the area and we are thankful for their continued backing,” said Rex LeJeune, Director of Operations at Attica Raceway Park.


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Located in the heart of the dirt racing world, Dirt Nerds covers all forms of dirt motorsports. Dirt Nerds talks everything from sprint cars to late models to modifieds and more. You can also be sure to listen for interviews from your favorite driver or motorsports personality. Dirt Nerds has interviewed drivers like Rico Abreu, Paul McMahan, Billy Moyer Jr., Chris Ferguson and a variety of local drivers. Hosts Elliott and Duane weigh in on the latest dirt racing every week. You can catch the Dirt Nerds pod cast on the Apple Pod Cast app, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, Tunein and iHeartRadio.


Headquartered in Fostoria, Ohio – not far from Attica Raceway Park – Callies Performance  Products specializes in the best designed, highest qualify crankshafts, connecting rods and camshaft cores available on the market. To find out more about Callies Performance Products or a possible career with the company, go to


Owned by Ken and Karen Clark, Fremont Fence offers residential, commercial and industrial services and provides free estimates. You can build security and beauty with all kinds of fencing materials at Fremont Fence. Fremont Fence guarantees their quality work and quality materials. Fremont Fence offers a variety of fencing products such as galvanized chain-link, temporary chain-link, vinyl and aluminum coated chain-link, vinyl privacy slats, aluminum, polyvinyl  and wood fences, guardrail, flag poles, dog kennels and electric gate operators. Go to for more information.


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Attica Raceway Park and AFCS hand out over $76,000 in point funds


Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019

Contact: Brian Liskai –


ATTICA, Ohio – Attica Raceway Park put the wraps to it’s 32nd season of racing Saturday, Nov. 23, handing out awards to the top 10 in points in the track’s three weekly divisions. The inaugural season of the All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads/Kistler Racing Products Attica Fremont Championship Series (AFCS) 410 Sprint Division Presented by the Baumann Auto Group was also celebrated during the banquet. In total, over $76,000 in point fund money between the track and series was handed out 33 drivers.


Attica Raceway Park Promoter John Bores also addressed the big crowd, saying plans are full steam ahead for the 2020 racing season that begins in March.


“We put new dirt on the track last winter and it wasn’t any good and I take responsibility for that. Pork Chop (Brandon Smith) and the guys got it a lot better as the season went on but it wasn’t what we expect at Attica Raceway Park. We have put new clay on the track and hopefully the surface will be a lot better,” Bores said. “The schedule will pretty much be the same as last year with our signature event the Brad Doty Classic on Tuesday, July 14. It’s been a real pleasure working with Brad and we look forward to great weather this year. I want to thank Duane Hancock for all his hard work putting the AFCS together to help the race teams throughout the season. Of course, we couldn’t do this without all our sponsors, race teams and great fans.”


During the awards ceremony, nearly every driver in the top 10 in points in the track’s weekly divisions said they would return to compete at Attica in 2020. Hancock also indicated marketing partners and the great supporters of the AFCS are already signing up to be a part of the series next season. Brad Doty announced the 32nd Annual Brad Doty Classic will be sanctioned once again by the NOS Energy Drink World of Outlaw Sprint Car Series in 2020.

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Attica and AFCS 410 series to hand out point funds Nov. 23

Friday, Oct. 18, 2019
Contact: Rex LeJeune 419-680-5606

ATTICA, Ohio – Attica Raceway Park will hand out $47,000 in point fund money and contingency awards at the season-ending banquet set for Saturday, Nov. 23 at the Attica Fairgrounds Reception Hall. The top 10 in points for the Kistler Racing Products/All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads Attica Fremont Championship Series (AFCS) Presented by the Baumann Auto Group will also receive their awards and point fun money during the banquet.

The top 10 in points in the Callie’s Performance Products 410 Sprints will share in point fund monies and contingency awards of $22,000 with champion DJ Foos taking home $8,000. Foos will take home another $10,000 for his AFCS title.

Wooster, Ohio’s Doug Drown will earn $5,000 as the champion of the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Models with the top 10 in points sharing in $15,000 in point fund and contingency prizes.

Fremont, Ohio’s Jamie Miller will earn $3,000 as the champion of the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints with the top 10 in points sharing in $10,000.

Tickets to the banquet are $25 each and include the meal. Tickets must be purchased by Nov. 18; no tickets will be sold at the door. Call Rex LeJeune, Director of Operations at Attica Raceway Park, at 419-680-5606. LeJeune will also have tickets available at the Oct. 26 All Wheels Swap Meet at the Sandusky County Fairgrounds in Fremont, Ohio

Doors will open at the Attica Fairgrounds Reception hall at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23 with the buffet dinner at 5 p.m. and the awards ceremony beginning at 6 p.m.

The top 10 in points for the 410 sprint division were: 1. DJ Foos; 2. Travis Philo; 3. Chris Andrews; 4. Buddy Kofoid; 5. Cap Henry; 6. Nate Dussel; 7. Caleb Griffith, 8. Stuart Brubaker; 9. Trey Jacobs. 10. Jess Stiger. 

The top 10 in points for the late model division were: 1. Doug Drown; 2. Devin Shiels; 3. Ryan Missler; 4. Matt Irey; 5. Ryan Markham; 6. Mike Bores; 7. Jeff Warnick; 8. Kent Brewer; 9. Nate Potts; 10. Bob Mayer. 

The top 10 in points for the 305 sprint division were: 1. Paul Weaver; 2. Paul Weaver; 3. John Ivy; 4. Tyler Street; 5. Kyle Capodice; 6. Brandon Moore; 7. Kyle Peters; 8. Jason Keckler; 9. Bobby Clark; 10. Luke Griffith. Zeth Sabo will be honored as the division’s Rookie of the Year.

The top 10 in the AFCS points are: 1. DJ Foos; 2. Buddy Kofoid; 3. Cap Henry; 4. Nate Dussel; 5. Brian Lay; 6. Caleb Griffith; 7. Stuart Brubaker; 8. Brian Smith; 9. Chris Andrews; 10. Byron Reed.

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