2021 All Star Circuit of Champions at Williams Grove Speedway

All Stars Taking Over Pennsylvania One Final Time

All Stars Taking Over Pennsylvania One Final Time

The All Star Circuit of Champions invades Pennsylvania one final time in 2021 for stops at Williams Grove and Lincoln.

Sep 17, 2021 by FloRacing Staff
All Stars Taking Over Pennsylvania One Final Time

BROWNSBURG, IN -- Although only five events remain on the 2021 FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 schedule, two will be contested in the heart of Central Pennsylvania, as the traveling All Stars are set to invade the Keystone State one final time with visits to Williams Grove Speedway and Lincoln Speedway on Friday and Saturday, September 17-18.

“America’s Series” will chase a total weekend winner’s share equaling $27,000 beginning with the $7,000-to-win Jack Gunn Memorial / Dirt Classic Qualifier on Friday. The annual Gunn tribute was originally slated to take shape in late August, but Mother Nature had other plans. In response, Williams Grove Speedway officials rescheduled the Jack Gunn Memorial for Friday, September 17, coinciding with the previously scheduled All Star / Dirt Classic Qualifier.

The All Star Circuit of Champions will conclude their 2021 Pennsylvania slate with Lincoln Speedway’s Dirt Classic VIII, once again awarding a top prize equaling $20,000. Utilizing a unique format, All Star and Pennsylvania Posse competitors, as well as a handful of the region’s finest, will participate in two rounds of heat race competition during their visit to the Pigeon Hills, all of which capped with the evening’s 40-lap finale.

Elk Grove, California’s Kyle Larson is the defending Dirt Classic champion, scoring the $20,000 payday from the front row; his 14th and final All Star victory of the 2020 season.

It should be noted that the Dirt Classic Qualifier winner at Williams Grove Speedway will be a guaranteed starter in Saturday's 40-lap Dirt Classic VIII.

Closing in on a first-ever All Star Circuit of Champions title in a first-ever attempt, Indianapolis, Indiana’s Tyler Courtney will once again lead the All Star charge into Pennsylvania Posse Country, on top of the current driver standings over Rudeen Racing’s Cory Eliason and Sikeston, Missouri’s Hunter Schuerenberg. Better known as “Sunshine,” Courtney is an eight-time All Star winner thus far in 2021 with his most recent accomplished at Grandview Speedway in Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania, on Thursday, August 26.

Eliason and Schuerenberg own a combined three All Star main event victories this season, and although a far cry from Courtney’s Series-leading eight, Eliason’s pair holds the upper hand, at least for the time being. The Visalia, California-native is a recent winner at the “Fabulous” Lincoln Speedway, claiming a $7,300 payday during Kramer Klash action on Saturday, August 28.

The “Northpole Nightmare” Bill Balog is currently fourth in the All Star driver championship, followed by Angola, Indiana’s Zeb Wise, Republic, Ohio’s Cap Henry, Monrovia, Indiana’s Justin Peck, Neptune City, New Jersey’s Kyle Reinhardt, and Nashvhille’s Paul McMahan.

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