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PostSubject: PCSRA Fosters Series (AAA 400 Hope For Autism) pre race show    Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:56 am

10 races into the 2016 PCSRA Fosters Series and so far we had 9 different winners and Rachel Nguyen who was the most recent winner at Texas Motor Speedway, the best and brightest stars of the PCSRA Fosters Series heads to the Monster mile of Dover International Speedway for a 400 lap race in the first state. Timmy Turner who won the Daytona 500 early on in the season continues to lead the standings by 25 points over June Einstein who still hasn't made it to Victory Lane in 2016. Then it's the rookie points leader Robert Morris who's 3rd in the main standings 29 points behind the 65 with 3 races left until the all star break at Armory Digital SuperSpeedway in Seattle and 16 races to go until the chase is set at Richmond. As for the battle in Crown Royal Standings Tim Kunkel still has 113 points margin over Daniel Voyles who made the race this week whereas Kunkel won't be in action until the all star race. Kunkel's lead is over 1 full race so Voyles has a lot of ground to make up if he wants to take the crown royal championship away but it's still early so anything can happen.
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