Rains Hit Fremont
During Heat Race Action
By Brian Liskai
FREMONT, Ohio (May 1, 2004) - Threatening skies finally opened up during
the first heat of the 410 sprints, forcing the cancellation of the nights
racing on Willies Sales and Service Torro Lawn Mower Night at Fremont Speedway.
Before the rain hit, John Ivy, the previous week's feature winner topped
the 36-car field in qualifications with a time of 12.160. There was only
eight-tenths of a second separating the quick qualifier and the 24th quick
In the heat race when the skies let loose, John Ivy got upside down
as did Phil Gressman.
Fremont Speedway will be back in action Saturday, May 8, with the first
of four appearances of the Haulmark All Star Circuit of Champions. The
305 sprints will also be on the racing card which is spponsored by Fort