Weather puts Thunder Series on hold

From staff reports

Thursday Thunder, Atlanta Motor Speedway's summer racing series, was cancelled this week after Tropical Storm Cindy rolled through Wednesday night.

The storm caused extensive damage to the speedway with Thursday's races being cancelled. Next week's races have also been cancelled.

Here is a glance at the points races in each division:

Roadsters: Jim Gresham leads Paige Monette by 16 points. Gresham has one win and two runner-up finishes this season.

Semi-Pro: Casey Roderick and Kyle Fowler are deadlocked in a tie for first place. Roderick has one win and one runner-up while Fowler has three wins but finished 13th in the second week of the season.

Young Guns: Ryan Gandee has dominated with four victories in four races.

He is 35 points ahead of Kyle Lowery. Lowery has three second-place finishes.

Masters: Dwight Pilgram still hasn't won a race this year but has two second-place finishes and two thirds to lead the Masters. Brian Weimer is in second place with two wins and one second-place finish. Weimer is seven points behind Pilgram in the overall standings.

Outlaws: Daniel Moore and Trey Maughan are battling for the Outlaws title with Moore currently in first place. Moore, last year's Young Guns champion, has two wins and two seconds this season. Maughan is just three points behind with two wins, one second and one third. Maughan was the Young Guns champion 2003 and the Outlaws champion in 2004.

Chargers: Mary Wilson is in first place and is six points ahead of James Auld, who is from England. Wilson has one win and has not placed outside the top five this season. Auld, hasn't won this year but has been consistent with top-five finishes in each race.

Pro: Four-time Pro champion Doug Stevens is in first place, six points ahead of Chris Cable. Stevens won the first race of the year and has a second-place finish and a fifth-place finish.

Cable, last year's Semi-Pro champion, has two wins and one fourth-place finish this season.

Bandits: Darrell Wallace Jr. has won three out of four races and is in first place in the overall points. Max Gresham is in second place and is eight points behind Wallace.

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