DeGRAFF – This weekend will see a doubleheader at Shady Bowl with racing on Saturday and Sunday.
The races will be held to honor the memory of Sidney car owner Denny Shatto.
Shatto fielded some of the best cars in the area for decades before losing a battle with cancer. His son, Kevin Shatto, is carrying on the family tradition by fielding the famed #110 cars now. Veteran driver Jim Lewis Jr. of Fairborn is driving the car this season.
The Saturday program will feature a 55-lap late model feature with $1,200 going to the winner. The street stocks, pure stocks and tuners will also be racing.
On Sunday night, the late models return for another 55-lapper once again paying $1,200 to win. The modifieds, pure stocks and compacts will join the late models. The late model drivers will also be battling for a $1,000 bonus if they can win both nights. Racing will start at 7 p.m. both days.
On June 4, the F.A.S.T. super late series will make its Shady Bowl debut with the running of the Brawl at the Bowl. The Michigan-based group has rented the track for this event. It will feature a 100-lap feature paying $6,000 to win.