posted Sep 23, 2012, 4:04 PM by John Mandabach   [ updated Sep 23, 2012, 4:07 PM ]

With just three events left in the season at Houston Motorsports Park, the stakes could not be higher as track championships are there for the taking in the NASCAR BWFS 360 Truck and NASCAR Stock Car classes.

Drivers in both series will have a chance to take two-steps closer to winning their respective title when they do battle Saturday, Sept. 29, on the 3/8-mile high-banked paved oval on BWFS Industries NASCAR Night.

It will be the final double feature night of the season for the NASCAR Fiesta Modified class, while it will be the first of three straight for the NASCAR BWFS 360 Truck and NASCAR Stock Car classes.

And that means anything can happen.

With track championships still in play, I expect Saturday night to be one of the very best nights of racing we have had here all season,” said John Mandabach, vice president and general manager of Houston Motorsports Park. “I expect nothing less than hard, super aggressive, racing throughout each feature race. There is not many chances left if you want to be your series champion for 2012.”

While Joe Aramendia has an insurmountable lead in the NASCAR Fiesta Modifieds – 133 point lead on Brad Queen, the same cannot be said for the NASCAR BWFS 360 Truck and NASCAR Stock Car classes.

Mason Teague holds a 53-point edge on Kyle Books in the NASCAR BWFS 360 Truck class. In the NASCAR Stock Cars, David Webster holds a 36-point lead on Nathan Demski. But, if things fall their way, both Books and Demski could walk away the points leaders, with just two events left on the schedule at HMP.

Our truck and stock car classes are close enough that we could have new points leaders when Saturday night is over,” Mandabach said. “I'm sure Mason and David will have something to say about that though.”

Tickets are available for $12 at the track for adults and children 12 and under still free. And, as always, there will be $1 hot dogs, $1 cokes and $1 beer.

Gates open at 4 p.m. Racing, which will also feature Ecostock and NASKarts, is set to begin at 6 p.m.

HMP is a state of the art complex, situated in a park like setting inside Beltway 8, on the North-East side of Houston, only 20 minutes from downtown and 20 minutes from Bush Intercontinental Airport.

For more information on racing at HMP, visit or call 281-458-1972. If you want information on Fiesta go to, see for info on 360 Motorsports and for info regarding BWFS Industries LLC.


PHOTO CUTLINE: Mason Teague has driven his No. 162 truck to the top of the points in the NASCAR BWFS 360 Truck class at Houston Motorsports Park.

PHOTO CREDIT: Steve Steinle