(Attica, OH) Every event on the schedule for the Kistler Racing Products FAST (Fremont Attica Sprint Title) Championship Series presented by KS Sales and Service is big. But, maybe none more than this coming weekend and it kicks off Friday, May 16th at Attica Raceway Park on American Powersports of Findlay and Sandusky/ Tiffin Paper Company Night.

Attica Raceway Park will host the Eric Phillips 26th Anniversary Classic paying the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint feature winner $3,000. The event honors the first promoter of “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speedplant, the late Eric Phillips.

It is also a JLH General Contractors 305 FAST Series presented by Engine Pro points night at Attica for the Foster’s Auto Body 305 Sprints. The Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Models will also be on the racing card.

The FAST series pays a separate point fund from both Fremont Speedway and Attica Raceway Park. The FAST 410 sprint champion will earn $10,000 at year’s end while the 305 sprint FAST champion will earn $2,000.

Defending Attica track champion Craig Mintz picked up his first win of the season last week. The two-time FAST champion comes into Attica leading the FAST points by just 3 markers over Caleb Griffith and just 10 points ahead of former Attica champion Chris Andrews. Six time Attica champion Byron Reed, a former FAST champion, sits fourth in the FAST standings while former Attica rookie of the year Stuart Brubaker is fifth followed by former two time FAST champion Bryan Sebetto, Brian Lay, Jody Keegan, Travis Philo and Stuart Williams. Griffith is the only driver in the top 10 in points with a FAST win in 2014.

In the 305 FAST series points, John Ivy leads the points by 15 markers over Steve Rando. Ivy has 2 wins at Attica this season including a FAST victory. Jordan Ryan, who has yet to finish out of the top four at Attica this season, is third followed by Jimmy Colvin who has one FAST win, Dustin Dinan, Alvin Roepke, Seth Schneider, Tyler Gunn, Bobby Clark and 3 time Attica champion Nate Dussel.

The Attica point standings are also very close with Mintz, who has won the last two straight track titles, leading Caleb Griffith by just 3 points with Andrews only 9 points back in the 410 sprints. Jody Keegan, Travis Philo, Duane Zablocki, Brian Lay, Brad Bowman, Stuart Williams and Dain Naida round out the top 10. In the late model standings, Ryan Markham’s two wins have him leading Jeff Babock – who also has two wins – by 20 points. Chris Keller, Matt Irey, Devin Shiels, Mike Bores, Cody Scott, Ky Harper, Jeremy Canada and John Bores round out the top 10.

In the 305 sprint standings John Ivy’s two wins have him atop the list by just two points over Jordan Ryan while Nate Dussel’s two wins have him in third. Rounding out the top 10 are Jimmy Colvin, Steve Rando, Bobby Clark, Jason Keckler, Seth Schneider and Paul Weaver.

Attica Raceway Park will close out the month of May with the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars on Kistler Engines Classic Night, Friday, May 30th. It is “The Salute to the King” as Steve Kinser is competing in his final season with the series. Reserved seats are on sale by going to www.atticaracewaypark.com