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Bert and Brigitte Emick remain to this day some of the most beloved racing promoters in the history of short track racing. In 1979, Bert and his wife, racing enthusiasts from Columbus, Ohio, put together a new group called Midwest Outlaw Super Series (MOSS) for outlaw sprints and late models, running five races. The series expanded in 1980 to 22 sprint and 14 late models races and at the end of their second year, the Emicks resurrected the name All Star Circuit of Champions which they continued to operate until 2002.  From 1980 until they retired, the Emicks made Fremont Speedway “the home of the All Stars” as the track hosted more sanctioned races than any other track other than Eldora.

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