The entry list keeps growing for Saturday's Moran Chevrolet/Stan Yee Memorial 150 at Flat Rock Speedway. As of Noon Tuesday, a total of 30 cars are on the pre-entry list, and several more are still expected for the 150 lap event for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Series Late Models.
A pair of surprise entries have surfaced-Michigan short track star Andy Bozell and his son, Phil will make the trip from Portage, MI to Flat Rock for the prestigious event. And add defending Gold Cup Champion Dakota Carlson, his teammate Todd Jackson, Flushing, MI driver Tim Ryan, Flat Rock regular Jimmy Alvis and newcomers Ryan Richards and Brad Riethmeyer. Riethmeyer, who resides in Moorseville, NC is a 29 year-old native of Texas. Brad cut his teeth on the short tracks, moved to North Carolina and won a Nationwide Driver Competition. He will be at the wheel of a car owned by Michigan businessman and former Flat Rock racer Bob Fox.
Terry Senneker has made 2 trips to Flat Rock this season, only to have both nights rained out after practice. The second-generation star from Wayland, MI has become not only a top-notch talent behind the wheel, but also in the garage. Senneker Performance has become involved in the race car chassis and setup business. Terry will again venture to "The Rock" for his first event ever at the ¼ mile paved oval.
The event will pay $2533 to win and $533 to start the contest, with over 30 drivers from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Canada expected. Flat Rock's Figure 8 and Street Stock classes will also be in competition as support divisions. Each class will run features only on this night.