MADISON, Ill. – This weekend, Gateway International Raceway wraps up its 2010 schedule with the Outlaw All Stars season finale, an event that will also include two bracket classes. An Electronic and Non-Electronic category has been added to the OAS finale in a Gambler’s Race format. At the conclusion of the event, both racers and fans are invited to sign the drag strip walls in the same fashion NASCAR fans did at the facility’s 1.25-mile oval last weekend prior to the 5-Hour Energy 250. Gates for Saturday’s race open at 8 a.m. with racing scheduled to kick off at 9 a.m. Eliminations will start at 1:30 p.m. with final rounds starting at 4:40 p.m. Spectator admission is only $10 with kids 12 and under admitted free. Registration fees for racers range from $20-$45 with winners, runner-ups, and semi-finalists receiving payouts and winners and runner-ups earning trophies. Event coordinator and Gateway Drag Strip Photographer/Historian Bret Kepner said only one class has crowned a champion, that being Eric Sanzottera in the Outlaw Motorcycle category. Sanzottera also recently clinched his fourth-straight Big St. Charles Motorsports Quick Street Bike Series title here as well. “Paul Hagen‘s red 1999 Pontiac Formula Firebird appears to be out of reach for his opponents in the 13.0 Index category,” said Kepner, a member of several drag racing halls of fame, including Gateway’s. “However, every other class of competition will be involved in all-out war to crown a series victor!” For the full schedule of events for this weekend’s Outlaw All Stars finale, including class, payout, and registration information, visit GatewayRaceway.com. To see photos of previous Outlaw All Stars events at Gateway, visit BretKepnerPhotos.com. Race fans can follow all the action throughout the season at Gateway International Raceway on its official Twitter site at Twitter.com/GatewayRaceway and its official page on Facebook, Facebook.com/GatewayRaceway.