A contingent of Tri-State 600 Racing Legends Series drivers and others from around the Midwest will compete for coveted spots in the Legends Series Asphalt Nationals on the quarter-mile track at Kentucky Speedway Oct. 13-14.

Legends Series Pro, Masters and Semi-Pro division winners will advance on to the Legends Series Asphalt Nationals in Las Vegas Oct. 25-28.

Cincinnati-based Legends and ARCA RE/MAX Series driver Jeep Pflum is the early Pro Division favorite after winning the inaugural "Bluegrass Clash," a seven-race event held at Kentucky Speedway from June through September. Pflum beat out T.J. Sneva, nephew of open-wheel racing great Tom Sneva, by 197 points to claim the crown.

Legends racing at Kentucky Speedway is open to the public and begins at noon on Oct. 13 and 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 14. Contact James Michael Spink of 600 Racing at 859-567-4423 or , or visit www.kentuckyspeedway.com for entry and event information.

2001 Bluegrass Clash Final Point Standings
Pro Semi-Pro Masters
Driver
Points
1
Jeep Pflum
658
2
TJ Sneva
461
3
Eric Black
364
4
Bill Coughlin
176
5
Brian Rowe
174
Driver
Points
1
Chad Smith
643
2
AJ Kramer
379
3
Bob Doligate
362
4
Jason Davis
335
5
Travis Trotter
275
Driver
Points
1
Jerry Scarlato
655
2
Terry Childers
561
3
Terry Scherz
461
4
Ken Rice
291
5
Ed Black
270

Editor's Note: "Kentucky Speedway" please. Please refer to the facility as "Kentucky Speedway." "Kentucky Motor Speedway" is located in Wrightsville, Ky.