Painesville, Ohio – (October 17, 2022) – The Race of Champions FOAR Score Four Cylinder Dash Series will make its first-ever visit to the Painesville (Ohio) Speedway with the running of the “Finale at Painesville” this coming Saturday afternoon.
Nick Robinson of Waverly, N.Y., looks to earn his first series championship, but Andrew Lewis, Jr., of Ontario, N.Y., is just 6 markers behind heading into the event. Robinson has earned four victories, while the young sensation Lewis has visited victory lane twice in his rookie Four Cylinder Dash Series campaign. Defending series champion, Bob Palmer of Buffalo, N.Y., is the only other driver to visit victory lane during the 2022 season.
Painesville Speedway manager, Randy Maggio, Jr., is looking to build an event the welcomes and encompasses all four-cylinder racers.
“We are looking forward to hosting an exciting event that accommodates all of the Compact racers in our region,” stated Randy Maggio, Jr. “We really wanted to get this event in 2021, however, we are looking forward to Saturday and having a successful day.”
Practice begins at 12:00pm (Noon) on Saturday with racing to follow at 2:30pm.
When: Saturday, October 22, 2022.
Directions: The track is located just north of Interstate 90 and north west of Cleveland, Ohio in the town of Painesville, Ohio.
What: Race of Champions FOAR Score Four Cylinder Dash Series “Finale at Painesville”
The Race of Champions is a sanctioning body presenting Modified and Stock Car racing on asphalt and dirt surfaces throughout the Northeast, with events in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey with primary marketing partners Hoosier Racing Tire, VP Racing Fuels, Lucas Oil Products, MAVTV, MAVTV Plus, Airport Collision, Rocket Performance, Waddell Communications, Image X Design, Sherwood Racing Wheels, DirtTrackDigest.com and Speed Sport. “The Greatest Tradition in Modified Racing” The 72ndt annual Race of Champions will conclude on Saturday, April 22, 2023 and the 73rd Annual Lucas Oil Race of Champions 250 will take place in 2023 at Lake Erie Speedway in North East, Pennsylvania and is the second longest consecutive auto-racing event in North America, second only to the Indianapolis 500.