BUSTI - The Super Late Models will be center stage this Saturday with a 30-lap, $3,000-to-win National Dirt Racing League United Late Model Series event sponsored by Valone Ford.
The ULMS point leader is Waterford, Pa's, Dave Hess Jr. the winner of last week's Super Late feature and in his E-Mod the Paula Southwell Memorial. Hess is currently 11th in the Stateline standings, having missed the opening-night race.
The ULMS top 10 is littered with Stateline racers, among them Ripley's Mike Knight, Franklinville's Greg Oakes, Bear Lake, Pa's Boom Briggs, Warren's Ron Davies currently Stateline point leader, Brent Rhebergen from Clymer and Corry Pa.'s Doug Eck.
All of the other Stateline divisions will also be attendance on Saturday.
Super Late point-leader Ron Davies also leads the E-Mods with Franklinville's John Woodward Jr. and Russell's Leonard Enos tied for second just three points back.
Veteran racer Scott Gurdak, Bear Lake, Pa., notched his first Crate Late win and leads the class. Eldred's Damian Bidwell is second, just two points ahead of Garland, Pa.'s Ryan Scott.
Sherman's Chris Ottaway made his first visit to victory lane last week, but still trails Waterford's Steve Kania by 20 points in the Limited Late point race.
Clymer's Jim Kibbe is undefeated in the Super Sportsman class. Kibbe has won everything he's entered for a perfect point score of 420.
Two Street Stock veterans sit atop their standings. Stockton's Brian Crandall, with a win, leads Bear Lake's Brandon Groters, last week's winner, by 10 points.
Travis Darling of Jamestown has a slim four-point lead over Kennedy's Casey Burch in the Super Challenger class.
Gates will open at 5:30 p.m. and the green flag dropping at 7 p.m