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36 minutes ago

Fayette County Speedway

Nice breeze blowing at the Track!! ...

Nice breeze blowing at the Track!!

57 minutes ago

Jacksonville Speedway

Remember our Bring A Friend special for Friday night. If you bring a guest who has not been to Jacksonville Speedway in at least a year, they will get in Free and you will get $2 off your $12 admission. But... YOU MUST TEXT KENNY AT 217-371-3653 with both your name and the name of your guest prior to 2:00 Friday (preferably tonight). So we can get you on the list for the front gate. This won't be a walk-up deal at the gate. So send me the names if you have a new guest you would like to bring. ...

Attention Crate teams: Saturday, Sept 16th at Virginia Motor Speedway, $20,000 to win. Open to all crate teams. ...

Attention Crate teams: Saturday, Sept 16th at Virginia Motor Speedway, $20,000 to win. Open to all crate teams.

🏁🏁🏁🏁WOW MUST READ🏁🏁🏁🏁
🏁🏁ATTENTION RACE FANS!!🏁🏁
This Saturday crazy 8 deal...... 8:00 start time and only $8.00 GENERAL ADMISSION for the GRANDSTANDS!!!!! 🤠 WAIT.......cause that's not all if you go VISIT one of our SPONSORS listed on this post we are offering a $2.00 OFF COUPON for this Saturday only!!! That's right folks you can get in to the races for only $6.00 this weekend with a $2.00 off coupon!! What a great deal to see some awesome racing this weekend at ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY RACEWAY!!! The sponsors are.....

Froggy 96
Dale Mosier Auto Body
Dexters barbecue
C-Barn on (Karsch and parkway drive)
interstate battery
Belgrade state bank (farmington and Desloge)
Bulls eye equipment in Bonne Terre
Moyers mufflers
Turner Chevrolet
Hardee's in leadington and Bonne Terre
Flooring system incorporated
Innovape

Go check out our sponsors and pick up your $2.00 off coupon for this Saturday's racing action. Must have coupon to get the discount! Even without the coupon pricing this Saturday for general admission is only $8.00 as always children age 12 and under are free!!!! Come on out to the #fastestbullrunginmissouri 🏁🏁🤠🤠🏁🏁
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Marcus Williford Cami and Emmi would be free and they're offering a $2 off admission coupon! We could all get in under $20! Just an idea for something to do this weekend.

Lacey Jane we anit been in a a while lol

Kevin Chotrow when you get off work go to the bank! Lol

Now get the late models to show up and the stands will be more packed

Ok

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9 hours ago

Lincoln Speedway

IT IS USAC Racing Race Day at Lucas Oil Raceway! Track Enterprises brings a special 2 day racing program at LOR on Brickyard 400 Weekend. The .686 mile oval will rumble to life for the Rich Volger Classic with the roar of the USAC Silver Crown Series presented by Traxxas and the INEX Thunder Roadsters. There is also a special USAC Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Come on out for a great evening in honor of a racing legend, and honor those who are entering the hall as drivers, owners, officials, and other roles throughout the years. It is going to be a lot of fun!

Thursday, July 20
Rich Vogler Classic
USAC Silver Crown/INEX Thunder Roadsters
USAC Hall Of Fame Induction

THURSDAY, JULY 20 INFO
Divisions:
USAC Silver Crown Series Champ Cars
INEX Thunder Roadsters
CRA Super Series LM (Testing)

Times:
2:00 Pit Gates
4:00 Spectator Gates
4:15-5:00 CRA Super Series Practice
5:00 USAC Drivers Meeting
5:30-6:05 USAC Practice
6:05 Thunder Roadster Heats
6:30 USAC Silver Crown Qualifying
6:45-7:15 CRA Super Series Practice
7:20 Opening Ceremonies
7:30 Thunder Roadster Feature
7:45 Old Timers Laps
8:00 USAC HOF Induction
8:45 Rich Vogler Classic 100

Prices:
General Admission
Adults $25
Kids 11 & Under $10
Tickets Will Be Sold At Gate On Raceday

Pit Passes
USAC Members $30
Non-Members $35

For more information, contact Track Enterprises by calling the office at 217-764-3200 or by visiting their website at www.trackenterprises.com

Follow Track Enterprises online at www.trackenterprises.com/, like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/TrackEnterprises), and follow them on Twitter (@TEIRacing)

Follow USAC online at www.usacracing.com, like them on Facebook (http://usacracing.com/), and follow them on Twitter (@USACNation)

For more information about Lucas Oil Raceway, visit them online at www.lucasoilraceway.com, Like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/LucasOilRaceway), and follow them on Twitter (@LucasOilRaceway).
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9 hours ago

Macon Speedway

IT IS USAC Racing Race Day at Lucas Oil Raceway! Track Enterprises brings a special 2 day racing program at LOR on Brickyard 400 Weekend. The .686 mile oval will rumble to life for the Rich Volger Classic with the roar of the USAC Silver Crown Series presented by Traxxas and the INEX Thunder Roadsters. There is also a special USAC Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Come on out for a great evening in honor of a racing legend, and honor those who are entering the hall as drivers, owners, officials, and other roles throughout the years. It is going to be a lot of fun!

Thursday, July 20
Rich Vogler Classic
USAC Silver Crown/INEX Thunder Roadsters
USAC Hall Of Fame Induction

THURSDAY, JULY 20 INFO
Divisions:
USAC Silver Crown Series Champ Cars
INEX Thunder Roadsters
CRA Super Series LM (Testing)

Times:
2:00 Pit Gates
4:00 Spectator Gates
4:15-5:00 CRA Super Series Practice
5:00 USAC Drivers Meeting
5:30-6:05 USAC Practice
6:05 Thunder Roadster Heats
6:30 USAC Silver Crown Qualifying
6:45-7:15 CRA Super Series Practice
7:20 Opening Ceremonies
7:30 Thunder Roadster Feature
7:45 Old Timers Laps
8:00 USAC HOF Induction
8:45 Rich Vogler Classic 100

Prices:
General Admission
Adults $25
Kids 11 & Under $10
Tickets Will Be Sold At Gate On Raceday

Pit Passes
USAC Members $30
Non-Members $35

For more information, contact Track Enterprises by calling the office at 217-764-3200 or by visiting their website at www.trackenterprises.com

Follow Track Enterprises online at www.trackenterprises.com/, like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/TrackEnterprises), and follow them on Twitter (@TEIRacing)

Follow USAC online at www.usacracing.com, like them on Facebook (http://usacracing.com/), and follow them on Twitter (@USACNation)

For more information about Lucas Oil Raceway, visit them online at www.lucasoilraceway.com, Like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/LucasOilRaceway), and follow them on Twitter (@LucasOilRaceway).
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The good news bout racing tonight. A good lemonade stand is right by the bleachers. Is that awesome or what? The other good news is u get to see me lol. See u tonight charlie ...

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Charlie Depew...... save me a spot in the shade please......lol

Charlie Depew Can you send the ambulance to pick me up I'll be at the corner of 367 and 270. I'm ready to go!!!

Sweet I'm getting the word out as much as I can I believe there will be a big turnout.

See you on Wed for WoO Late Models

I'll be there in about 1 1/2 hours Charlie.

what's the payout..regular show ?

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11 hours ago

Jacksonville Speedway

One day left before we return to racing at Jacksonville Speedway. The place isn't going to be perfect Friday. It never is when we race just after the fair that ended Sunday. For those of you who don't visit the fair, last Thursday it was a Demo Derby facility, Friday and Saturday a concert venue that held thousands and thousands of people, and Sunday it was a tractor pull venue with a huge downpour right when all of the rigs and semi's got into the pits. On top of that, we bit off a lot of renovations and improvements during our time off.

We have a great fairboard who have helped us tremendously with time and equipment, even while preparing for their own events. Never forget that this is a fair grounds first and race track second... and the fair is what helps keep the facilities in great shape. Putting it all back together takes time... Tommy has been here every day... all day starting at 8am Monday morning and he has it looking like a race track again. We will get more done today, but the time has come for him to start preparing a racing surface. If you are in the pits Friday, be patient with a few inconveniences. We hope to get the remainder of things finished Saturday before Sunday's show and then button little things up next week before Sprint Week.

See you tomorrow.
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Keri Gaines I can't wait!! 😁😁😁

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We will b racing tomorrow. This is the fair race so we have to do it. ...

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The fair is having there rodeo Saturday night.

Charlie you think I'll be good to race tonight. Surely they will have appendix out bye noon.

Racing Thursday or Friday

Tonight/Thursday

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Hey B-Mod drivers..... don't forget about the Mechanics Race this Saturday night! Sign up at the pill draw booth between 5:30pm and 6:30pm. 🏁
Please remember...this IS a race for your mechanics, meaning NON-experienced drivers. It's all for fun, let's keep it that way. 👍🏻
#fastestbullringinmissouri
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But what about the one for the sprints you had 2 that drove before

Jeff Canterberry hmmmm go Bmod and get back in the seat this saturday!!!

Anyone need a mechanic?😉

Jeff Whitter I'll be a mechanic that night 😁

should be a great turn out,all the other area tracks have cancelled racing this weekend

I'm non-experienced... lol

Tom Newlon Jeremy Welborn

Tj Frazier 🤔

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24 hours ago

Macon Speedway

The Macon Speedway Midwest Big Ten Series DIRTcar UMP Super Late Model tire rule for the KerbyStrong night is LM20/LM40 any corner. Grooving and siping allowed. ...

1 day ago

Macon Speedway

Best In Super Late Model Racing Preparing For Two Shows At Macon IL Speedway
Saturday's Kerbystrong 100 To Be Backed Up By Tuesday's Lucas Oil Late Model Event

(Macon, IL) Macon Speedway puts on amazing shows, whether it's sprint cars, midgets, or stock cars, but fans seem to really love the Super Late Models at the 1/5-mile bullring. After an outstanding turnout at this year's Herald & Review 100 for the Summer National Late Models, the boys are back in town this coming Saturday, July 22 for the 3rd annual Kerbystrong 100 and Tuesday, July 25 for the St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100 for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The back-to-back events are as a result of an early season postponement for the Lucas Oil Late Models.

This Saturday's Kerbystrong 100 will feature 50 laps of Late Model racing for the Midwest Big Ten Late Models, paying $2,000 to win and $250 to start. A Billingsley Towing UMP Modified 25 lap feature will pay $700 to win and a 25 lap Sportsman feature will be run with a $600 top prize. Street Stocks, B-Mods, and Hornets will also be in action.

The race is in memory of Kerby Damery, a former Late Model racer at Macon Speedway and surrounding tracks in central Illinois. The 2004 Late Model track champion passed away in early 2015, after a long battle with cancer. The event also was put together to raise cancer awareness and to give hope to cancer patients and educate the community.

In 2015, 34 Super Late Models were trackside and strong fields in the other classes as well. After a back and forth battle with Dave Crawley, Jr., Tonica, IL driver, Scott Schmitt pulled away with the Late Model victory. Last season, Late Model hotshoe, Jason Feger, made a surprise appearance to take the top prize.

As if Saturday's action isn't enough, the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series will be coming to town just a few days later, on Tuesday, July 25 for the St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100. The race was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 29 but was canceled due to rain. The makeup event should be huge, with all of the Lucas Oil stars coming in to compete against locals from the region vying for the $12,000 top prize. The Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds will be racing for $1,000 to win, while the B-Mods will also be on the card with an event paying $300 to the winner.

Much like last season, Bobby Pierce, the young racing star from Oakwood, IL, will be trying to claim the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in the same month that he won the Herald & Review 100. Pierce has won two out of the three Lucas Oil events in track history and has won the last three events at the track he has entered. While he will be the favorite, some very good talent will be on hand Tuesday to try and dethrone him including WoO Late Model point leader Brandon Sheppard, Lucas Oil Late Model star Scott Bloomquist, Illinois hotshoe Ryan Unzicker, local favorite Shannon Babb, among others.

The Saturday, July 22 Kerbystrong 100 event will have pits opening at 3:00, grandstands at 4:00, competitor pill draw will end at 5:50, hotlaps will start at 6:00, and racing will take the green at 7:00. Grandstand admission is $15 for adults and free for kids 11 and under.

On Tuesday, July 25 for the Lucas Oil Late Model event, the times will remain the same with general admission being $30 for adults and $5 for kids 11 and under.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway online at www.maconracing.com, on Facebook (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and date rates apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000.

Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night, plus many weeknight specials.
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Best In Super Late Model Racing Preparing For Two Shows At Macon IL Speedway
Saturdays Kerbystrong 100 To Be Backed Up By Tuesdays Lucas Oil Late Model Event

                (Macon, IL) Macon Speedway puts on amazing shows, whether its sprint cars, midgets, or stock cars, but fans seem to really love the Super Late Models at the 1/5-mile bullring.  After an outstanding turnout at this years Herald & Review 100 for the Summer National Late Models, the boys are back in town this coming Saturday, July 22 for the 3rd annual Kerbystrong 100 and Tuesday, July 25 for the St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100 for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.  The back-to-back events are as a result of an early season postponement for the Lucas Oil Late Models.

                This Saturdays Kerbystrong 100 will feature 50 laps of Late Model racing for the Midwest Big Ten Late Models, paying $2,000 to win and $250 to start.  A Billingsley Towing UMP Modified 25 lap feature will pay $700 to win and a 25 lap Sportsman feature will be run with a $600 top prize.  Street Stocks, B-Mods, and Hornets will also be in action.

                 The race is in memory of Kerby Damery, a former Late Model racer at Macon Speedway and surrounding tracks in central Illinois.  The 2004 Late Model track champion passed away in early 2015, after a long battle with cancer.  The event also was put together to raise cancer awareness  and to give hope to cancer patients and educate the community.

                In 2015, 34 Super Late Models were trackside and strong fields in the other classes as well.  After a back and forth battle with Dave Crawley, Jr., Tonica, IL driver, Scott Schmitt pulled away with the Late Model victory.  Last season, Late Model hotshoe, Jason Feger, made a surprise appearance to take the top prize.

                As if Saturdays action isnt enough, the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series will be coming to town just a few days later, on Tuesday, July 25 for the St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100.  The race was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 29 but was canceled due to rain.  The makeup event should be huge, with all of the Lucas Oil stars coming in to compete against locals from the region vying for the $12,000 top prize.  The Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds  will be racing for $1,000 to win, while the B-Mods will also be on the card with an event paying $300 to the winner.

                Much like last season, Bobby Pierce, the young racing star from Oakwood, IL, will be trying to claim the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in the same month that he won the Herald & Review 100.  Pierce has won two out of the three Lucas Oil events in track history and has won the last three events at the track he has entered.  While he will be the favorite, some very good talent will be on hand Tuesday to try and dethrone him including WoO Late Model point leader Brandon Sheppard, Lucas Oil Late Model star Scott Bloomquist, Illinois hotshoe Ryan Unzicker, local favorite Shannon Babb, among others.

                The Saturday, July 22 Kerbystrong 100 event will have pits opening at 3:00, grandstands at 4:00, competitor pill draw will end at 5:50, hotlaps will start at 6:00, and racing will take the green at 7:00.  Grandstand admission is $15 for adults and free for kids 11 and under.

                On Tuesday, July 25 for the Lucas Oil Late Model event, the times will remain the same with general admission being $30 for adults and $5 for kids 11 and under.

                For more information, follow Macon Speedway online at www.maconracing.com, on Facebook (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and date rates apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000.

                Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night, plus many weeknight specials.

Prairie Dirt Classic Reserved Camping and Overflow Camping Instructions for the PDC Weekend.

Gates will NOT open until 6pm on Wednesday July 26th
All Camping Reservations # 1- 225 must enter 1st Street Main Entrance
Camping Reservations #250 – 285 must enter camping lot to the north of the school

All Overflow Camping and All Tent camping will enter at South Ball-field entrance Only. (watch for the new signs this year).

There is very limited staging room for campers and motor-homes. FALS has the right to ask anyone at any time to continue on their way if traffic is being hung up. There are plenty of parking lots around town to park until gates open at 6pm.

BE PREPARED TO PURCHASE YOUR WEEKEND TICKET UPON ARRIVAL – Anyone that enters the grounds on Wednesday or Thursday must purchase a weekend General Admission armband.

General Admission Tickets: $45.00
Kids 12 and Under Free with Paid Adult – They will be issued a kids band at no charge.
Pit Passes will not be sold until 8am Friday Morning, so if you are planning on getting a Pit Pass, you must purchase your GA ticket upon arrival and you can upgrade to a pit pass when the pits open for business Friday Morning at 8am.

1st Street Gate will not close throughout the weekend and will be staffed. People entering or exiting the grounds that are a part of a camping spot must have their camping pass to re-enter the grounds. Those will be handed out upon arrival for all camping reservations.

Reserved Camping is sold out; however we will be opening an overflow lot in the soccer field at the school at 6pm Wednesday July 26th. This lot will be first come, first serve. You will not be able to save any spots in the overflow lot upon arrival. We will be placing you in order you get there so if you want to park with someone you must enter with them. Overflow parking is $45.00 and will be collected along with the General Admission Ticket upon arrival.

There will be around 45 spots available for the overflow lot. After that is full, we do have an additional lot 4 blocks away to the west, (very accessible to the speedway) with 10 spots to fill. Same rules will apply for this lot as well.

After the overflow lots are full, the Fairbury Speedway will not be able to accept any additional camping for the weekend. Please check online to look up area campgrounds if needed.

Additional Camping Rules:

There are NO hookups for campers. Generators are allowed if reasonably quiet. Quiet time at the fairgrounds for the weekend will be from 1 a.m. to 7 a.m. Failure to obey camping rules, regulations and respect for the fairgrounds will result in loss of privileges for future events.

Campfires will be allowed ONLY in raised fire pits. Please dispose of your ashes in the metal barrels around the speedway grounds.
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Prairie Dirt Classic Reserved Camping and Overflow Camping Instructions for the PDC Weekend.

Gates will NOT open until 6pm on Wednesday July 26th
All Camping Reservations # 1- 225 must enter 1st Street Main Entrance
Camping Reservations #250 – 285 must enter camping lot to the north of the school

All Overflow Camping and All Tent camping will enter at South Ball-field entrance Only.  (watch for the new signs this year).

There is very limited staging room for campers and motor-homes.  FALS has the right to ask anyone at any time to continue on their way if traffic is being hung up.  There are plenty of parking lots around town to park until gates open at 6pm.

BE PREPARED TO PURCHASE YOUR WEEKEND TICKET UPON ARRIVAL – Anyone that enters the grounds on Wednesday or Thursday must purchase a weekend General Admission armband. 
 
General Admission Tickets: $45.00
Kids 12 and Under Free with Paid Adult – They will be issued a kids band at no charge.
Pit Passes will not be sold until 8am Friday Morning, so if you are planning on getting a Pit Pass, you must purchase your GA ticket upon arrival and you can upgrade to a pit pass when the pits open for business Friday Morning at 8am.

1st Street Gate will not close throughout the weekend and will be staffed.  People entering or exiting the grounds that are a part of a camping spot must have their camping pass to re-enter the grounds.  Those will be handed out upon arrival for all camping reservations.  

Reserved Camping is sold out; however we will be opening an overflow lot in the soccer field at the school at 6pm Wednesday July 26th.  This lot will be first come, first serve.  You will not be able to save any spots in the overflow lot upon arrival.  We will be placing you in order you get there so if you want to park with someone you must enter with them.  Overflow parking is $45.00 and will be collected along with the General Admission Ticket upon arrival.

There will be around 45 spots available for the overflow lot.  After that is full, we do have an additional lot 4 blocks away to the west, (very accessible to the speedway) with 10 spots to fill.  Same rules will apply for this lot as well.

After the overflow lots are full, the Fairbury Speedway will not be able to accept any additional camping for the weekend.  Please check online to look up area campgrounds if needed.

Additional Camping Rules:

There are NO hookups for campers. Generators are allowed if reasonably quiet. Quiet time at the fairgrounds for the weekend will be from 1 a.m. to 7 a.m. Failure to obey camping rules, regulations and respect for the fairgrounds will result in loss of privileges for future events.

Campfires will be allowed ONLY in raised fire pits. Please dispose of your ashes in the metal barrels around the speedway grounds.

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Hopefully no ball games will be going on at the school that weekend. Opens up more space and less congestion.

I loved going to the races. I'm going to have to go back sometime!

I've never purchased reserved seating before. Do you take the $10 off the ticket price?

Jared Heller

No

Here ya go Kevin Strong

Michael Czlapinski Edward Czlapinski Reggie Smith one of you take off work and go get a camping spot for me... I'll buy your drinks all weekend long!! 😂🤣

Denise Snow

Bobbi Jo Price Michelle Krug Compton

Jessica Jackson Jerry Porter

Earl Pepmeyer

Gary Fisher Paul Nelson

Derek Ryan

Doug Curless next wed gotta be there st 545

What is cost of pit passes for weekend

Clay Watters

Ben Maxson

Alonzo Gonzalez Jr

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1 day ago

Highland Speedway

Leaps of Love is looking for drivers to bring your car to their "Meet & Greet", Saturday, August 12 from 2-3pm.
If you are interested, contact Traci Riechmann @ 618.410.7212

Also, if you purcse an LOL frog sticker for your car and win the feature, there is a $100 bonus!!

It's a GREAT day to spend with families affected by childhood cancer!
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Leaps of Love is looking for drivers to bring your car to their Meet & Greet, Saturday, August 12 from 2-3pm.  
If you are interested, contact Traci Riechmann @ 618.410.7212

Also, if you purcse an LOL frog sticker for your car and win the feature, there is a $100 bonus!!

Its a GREAT day to spend with families affected by childhood cancer!

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I'll be there with the car for the meet and greet for sure.

I will be also! Sending the picture now!

I will be there

Nic Frey

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Fairbury American Legion Speedway Tire Rule

Updated Bulletin July 19, 2017 to go in effect immediately

UMP Late Model Tire Rule:

Regular FALS Shows 2017 Race Season -

Right Front, Left Front & Left Rear Tires: Hoosier L/M 20 or L/M 30 Only - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)

Hoosier L/M 30 or L/M 40 ONLY on RR - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)

Prairie Dirt Classic Tire Rule: (Sanctioned by the World Of Outlaws)

Right Front, Left Front & Left Rear Tires: Hoosier L/M 20 or L/M 30 Only - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)

Hoosier L/M 20, 30, 40 on RR - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)
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Fairbury American Legion Speedway Tire Rule

Updated Bulletin July 19, 2017 to go in effect immediately 

UMP Late Model Tire Rule:

Regular FALS Shows 2017 Race Season -  

Right Front, Left Front & Left Rear Tires: Hoosier L/M 20 or L/M 30 Only - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)

Hoosier L/M 30 or L/M 40 ONLY on RR - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)

Prairie Dirt Classic Tire Rule: (Sanctioned by the World Of Outlaws)

Right Front, Left Front & Left Rear Tires: Hoosier L/M 20 or L/M 30 Only - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)

Hoosier L/M 20, 30, 40 on RR - (Grooving & Siping Allowed)

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Tyler Raifsnider

Thanks for posting.

TracyFeger show jason and guys

Shawn Gage

Jeremy Conaway here is the tire rule. Come tracks are also doing their own thing as well instead of grouping together

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Modified Feature Payout ~ July 21st!

$1,500
$ 600
$ 300
$ 200
$ 150
$ 125
$ 120
$ 115
$ 110 (spots 9-20)

See you Friday night at #FCR for #Fridaynightlights 🏁🏁
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Modified Feature Payout ~ July 21st!  

$1,500
$  600
$  300
$  200
$  150
$  125
$  120
$  115
$  110 (spots 9-20) 

See you Friday night at #FCR for #Fridaynightlights 🏁🏁

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Do you have the complete late model payout

Alan Stipp

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2 days ago

Lincoln Speedway

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This Saturday Night July 22nd the POWRI WARS 410 Non Winged Sprint Cars Invade Spoon River Speedway for the first time in many years. These Non Winged daredevils are guaranteed to put on a exciting show along with the Zane's Automotive Service Dirtcar Modifieds, the Perkins Seed House Dirtcar Pro Late Models, the Fulton Farm Service E-Mods and the Farmington Locker Dirtcar Hornets.
Pits open at 3 with Grandstands opening at 5
End of Draw 5:30
Hot Laps to begin around 6
Racing to begin around 6:30
General Admission $20
Kids 10 and Under are $5
All Pit Passes $35
Transponder Rental $5
Please SHARE this post so knowone misses this spectacler race coming up this Saturday Night July 22nd at the Spoon!!!
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This Saturday Night July 22nd the POWRI WARS 410 Non Winged Sprint Cars Invade Spoon River Speedway for the first time in many years. These Non Winged daredevils are guaranteed to put on a exciting show along with the Zanes Automotive Service Dirtcar Modifieds, the Perkins Seed House Dirtcar Pro Late Models, the Fulton Farm Service E-Mods and the Farmington Locker Dirtcar Hornets. 
 Pits open at 3 with Grandstands opening at 5
 End of Draw 5:30
 Hot Laps to begin around 6 
 Racing to begin around 6:30
 General Admission $20
 Kids 10 and Under are $5
 All Pit Passes $35
 Transponder Rental $5
 Please SHARE this post so knowone misses this spectacler race coming up this Saturday Night July 22nd at the Spoon!!!

2 days ago

Lincoln Speedway

Coming up after what is sure to be an exciting KerbyStrong 100 night this Saturday, July 22nd, we are back to racing with a HUGE program as the cars and stars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series invade Mighty Macon for a Tuesday Night Thriller on July 25th. Full Details Below.

Tuesday, July 25
4th Annual St. Louis U Pic A Part 100

Classes Racing:
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Super Late Models
Billingsley BP Elite Wash DIRTcar UMP Modifieds $1,000 to win
UMP B Mods

Times:
Pits 3:00pm
Stands 4:00pm
Pill Draw Ends 5:50pm
Hot Laps 6:00pm
Racing Starts 7:00pm

Pricing:
General Admission $30
Kids 11 & Under $5
Pit Pass $40
Kids Pit Pass $20

More Information:

For the latest breaking news concerning the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, including the latest series standings, 2017 tour schedule, driver information, and more visit the official website at: www.lucasdirt.com. Also follow them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/lucasdirt) and Twitter (@lucasdirt)
For more information about Macon Speedway, follow online at www.maconracing.com, like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/MaconRacing) and follow us on Twitter (@maconspeedway).

For more information on Track Enterprises, visit www.trackenterprises.com, Like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/TrackEnterprises), and follow them on Twitter (@TEIRacing)

It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and date rates apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000.

Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S.51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night, plus many weeknight specials.
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Highland Speedway

We want to thank everyone that donated bikes for Jr fan club last Saturday. We greatly appreciate your support!

Tom Egbert
Kipp Schaefer
Jacober racing
Jacober auto & license
Zobrist Motorsports
Rick Salter
Robbie and Ryan Eilers
Sugg Racing
Mike Schulte
Shawn Malone
Lacey LeAnn
Dylan Matthew Apken
Erica and Rob Lee
Tyler Deibert
Marty smith
Tj Frazier
Dixie Bargetzi
Ripperda Racing
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Thank You Joseph Putnam for all you do at Security Photo's for Spoon!! Fans, make sure to go to their website and check out all the great photo's. ...

Thank You Joseph Putnam for all you do at Security Photos for Spoon!! Fans, make sure to go to their website and check out all the great photos.

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