INSCA Takes on SRP as the end of the Season Nears

Spokane, WA - As the 2007 Inland Northwest Sprint Car Association (INSCA) season draws to a close, the championship points chase is heating up. This Saturday night the fast and furious winged sprint car group will take their brand of entertainment to the famed high-banked half-mile of Spokane Raceway Park.
There is currently only a 16 point separation between INSCA points leader Tony Berry, and second place Justin Popple of Spokane. With only one race remaining after this Saturday nights event, each lap will count in determining who captures the series championship. "Both Justin and I have suffered some mechanical problems throughout the year and to be honest, I feel fortunate to be in the position we are. With two races left hopefully we can both put together good runs that will help us close out the season strong and with our B&B Motorsports team on top said points leader Berry.
"In our first full year of sprint car racing we really couldn't ask for anything more than to be right in the thick of this points race," said Popple. "Tony and I are friends off the track, but we're fiercely competitive on the track. Both of our teams really want to win this thing and we plan on closing out the year strong for our sponsors and the fans."
This visit will mark stop number two at the fastest active track in the inland northwest for the INSCA group. The previous visit resulted in a familiar face in victory lane in the form of many-time pavement sprint car champion, "Quick" Rick Brown. Brown set fast time in qualifying with a 16.6 second lap around the half-mile. "It's a long haul from Roseburg to Spokane, but I really enjoy running with this group of competitive cars. Each series has their own personality and this group of racers here with the INSCA know how to put on a good show for the fans while racing each other hard and with respect," commented Brown.
Come out to support the racers of the INSCA presented by Mission Foods this Saturday night at Spokane Raceway Park.  Qualifying will begin at 6 p.m. with racing at 7 p.m. for more information visit


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