Thank you to everyone who spent the evening with us at Quincy Raceways the car wasn't spectacular but the action was. We are going to take a look at our schedule and find some ways to give you even more action in the coming weeks until the car count improves a little in some classes. Overall a beautiful night with great racing. Thanks to our great staff for running a very efficient show that got people home plenty early. Getting racers home by 11 o clock on a Sunday that live a couple hours away will only help. ...
Once again Quincy delivered another great evening of really close competitive racing...hats off to the racers ,the staff,the officials for doing their part in putting on a very professional ,well run show...the car counts will rise as will attendance .The weather will improve and track conditions will follow...thanks KENNY for your efforts...great note...great having ULMA hotshot Dustin Hedges and future UMP HALL OF FARMER MIKE HAMMERLE with us tonite
We keep asking people with latemodels to come. Hopefully a few more will come out and try and hopefully keep coming back.
It was nice getting home at 10 instead of 1 for a change thanks
Linda Hammerle what will do with mike home by midnite. ..lol
Some great racing again tonight!
RUN the amods and late models first or bmods when drive 2 hours who wants sit watch 5 stock cars race or 4,s run them last so there fans go home that have drive.
Will we see some SHAKEUP DASHES and some guys racing up
Last Night April 22nd results are now posted on Spoon's website. Next Saturday Night April 29th the UMP Pro Late Models will run for $600 to Win and it will also be the first night that the Monical's Pizza USAC/IMRA Speed 2 Midgets make their appearance n 2017 at the Spoon. Racing will begin at 6. ...
It's RACE DAY! And I mean... absolutely beautiful, sunny, 70 degrees, not a lotta wind and what little wind there is is coming from the north so you don't get dusty, been two weeks since we raced, beautiful sunset to the sound of race cars, haven't had a beer on a Sunday night for 6 months kind of RACE DAY!
Do whatever you do on Sunday afternoons... then come out at let's do what we do together on Sunday Nights at Quincy Raceways.
Grandstands open at 4:00, Hot laps 5:20, Racing at 6:00. Super Late Models, 305 Winged Sprints, Crate Late Models, Sportmods and Sport Compacts. Adult admission $12, Seniors $9, Ages 11-16 $5, Kids 10 and under Free.
Saturday, April 29 4th Annual St. Louis U Pic A Part 100
Classes Racing: Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Super Late Models Billingsley BP Car Wash 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 $35 Kids Pit Pass $20
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)
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. ...
Thrilling Finishes Cap Cold Night at Macon Speedway
(Macon, IL) Remarkable finishes highlighted a cold night of stock car racing at Macon Speedway Saturday evening. Dave Crawley, Jr. outlasted Jeremy Nichols in the Big Ten Series Street Stock Series 20-lap feature 24 hours after Nichols bested Crawley at Lincoln Speedway. And in the safe fashion for both races, it was close, side-by-side and lapped traffic played key roles in lead changes. Friday, Nichols took advantage in a special 40-lap event and lapped traffic helped him edge out Crawley. Saturday was the opposite story in half the laps.
Austin Lynn looked untouchable in the Billingsley Elite Wash Modifieds feature until Mike Harrison caught up and made things interesting. Lynn and Harrison traded the lead for two laps of back and forth passing from the bottom to the top and only a lap seven caution led to Lynn's undoing. On the restart, Lynn went up too high and got caught in the cushion of mud near the wall and slowed his machine down enough for Harrison, who started fifth, to claim the lead out of the second turn and run away to the checkered flag.
Tim Hancock ran into troubles at Opening Night when he broke his transmission in the closing laps while running second. The defending track champion took care of business and was only challenged by his son, Tim Hancock, Jr., in the car Tim Hancock went 17-for-17 in features a season ago. Hancock was most notable for giving away his trophies at the end of the race decided to hold onto this one and give to his granddaughter.
Tommy Sheppard, Jr. started in the front row and kept hold of the lead from the beginning for the length of 20 laps. Matt Taylor, last week's feature winner, stayed close but was not able make the move for the lead.
In victory lane for the first time this season in the Hornet division was Ryan Cantrell. It was his second feature win in two seasons at Macon Speedway.
Tyler Vantoll made a pass on Aidan Roosevans for the win and checkered flag in the first appearance of the season for the POWRi Division 2 Midgets.
Macon Speedway brings along a thrilling ride to the show next week with the 3rd Annual St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100 with the Lucas Oil Late Model Series battling for $12,000-to-win. Billingsley Elite Wash Modifieds and B-Modifieds make up the show for next Saturday. Grandstands will open at 4pm with the racing beginning at 7pm.
Billingsley Elite Wash Modifieds--1. Mike Harrison (Highland), 2. Austin Lynn (Mason City), 3. Zeb Moake (Freeburg), 4. Brian Lynn (Mason City), 5. Curt Rhodes (Taylorville), 6. Danny Smith (Argenta), 7. Tim Luttrell (Riverton), 8. Wade Glover (Brighton), 9. Jacob Steinkoenig (Highland), 10. Alan Crowder (Elwin)
Big Ten Street Stock Series--1. Dave Crawley, Jr. (Decatur), 2. Jeremy Nichols (Lovington), 3. Darrell Dick (Monticello), 4. Justin Layne (Alsey), 5. Shawn Ziemer (Boody), 6. Wes Biesenthal (Athens), 7. Brian Dasenbrock (Decatur), 8. Jason Scrimpsher (Decatur), 9. Fredie Thomas, 10. Walt Layne (Alsey)
B-Modifieds--1. Tim Hancock (Mt. Olive), 2. Tim Hancock, Jr. (Mt. Olive), 3. TJ Frazier (Lebanon), 4. Brett Korves (Swansen), 5. Clint Young (Ava), 6. Justin Durbin, 7. Jerry Thompson (Troy), 8. Tom Riech (Springfield), 9. Cody Stillwell (Godfrey), 10. Tommy Gaither (Bunker Hill)
POWRi Division 2 Midgets--1. Tyler Vantoll (Belleville), 2. Aidan Roosevans (O'Fallon), 3. Ryan Probst (New Lenox), 4. Josh Thomas (Edinburg), 5. Daltyn England
Pro Late Models--1. Tommy Sheppard, Jr. (New Berlin), 2. Matt Taylor (Springfield), 3. Nick Justice (Decatur), 4. Cody Maguire (Carlinville), 5. Rudy Zaragoza (Jacksonville), 6. Jeff Reed, Jr. (Blue Mound), 7. Shawn Vaughn (Loami), 8. Bob Sidner (Springfield), 9. Roben Huffman (Midland City), 10. Brianna Sheppard (New Berlin)
Racing resumes tomorrow night April 23 with a full night of action headlined by the Kickstart Super Late Models. Also racing are JB Hawks Crate Late Models, 305 Winged Sprint Cars, SportMods and Sport Compacts.
Pit gates open at 3:00, Grandstands at 4:00, Hot Laps 5:20, Racing at 6:00.
Adult Admission $12, Seniors $9, Ages 11-16 $5, Kids 10 and under Free.
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LM Feature: Kent Robinson Billy Moyer Sr Jason Feger McKay Wenger Kevin Weaver Mike Spatola Jose Parga Bob Gardner Jason Wagner Adam Bowman Scott Bull Taylor Scheffler Bill Giannetti Daren Friedman Jay Morris Daniel Flessner Don Hammer Matt Shannon Terry Starks Randy Manos Billy Hough
Mod Feature: Allen Weisser Steven Brooks Tyler Nicely Jeffery Ledford Zane Oedewaldt Troy Dodson Rory Overmyer Sr Kevin Morrow Michael Mennel David Henderson Joey Iliff Cole Parker Mike Watson Thad Gee Hunter Diebel Brian Deavers Wade Wentle Robert Salzman Jeff Leka RJ Pruitt Collin Alexander Jason Maier
Pro Lates: Allen Weisser AJ May Logan Moody Tommy Sheppard, Jr Dakota Ewing Aaron Heck Shawn Diggs Kyle McMahon Russ Adams Mitch Caskey Josh McDaniel Eric Wilson Mavrick Piller Braden Johnson Kenny Carmichael Sr Jim Bailey Brian Wilson Brandon Hogenson Chris Anderson David Marlow Brian Dunn
Street Stocks: Jeff Watts Joe Brown Matt Dillion Scott Hufford Jim Ransom Tyler Benson Jordan Smith Shawn Ziemer Andy Thompson Andrew Alwood Josh Heatherington
Hornets: Dion Smith Jeremy Reed Adam Webb David Lauritson Josh Werkmeister Ryan Koch Dale Kohler Joe Laramee Dalton Deavers Bob Althouse Thomas Alexander ...
Tonight's the night we open up our 72nd season of racing here at the legendary Fairbury Speedway. General Admission is $10.00 Kids 12 and under are free with paid adult, Adult Pit Passes are $25.00 Kids Pit Passes 12 and under are $15.00.
Gates open at 3pm Drivers Meeting at 5:30 Hot Laps @ 6pm Qualifying @ 6:30 Racing to Follow
It's going to be a great night of racing so come on out and enjoy the races. ...
Its finally here, Opening Night at the Spoon. The Zane Automotive Service UMP Modifieds will be running for $1000 to Win in their 25 lap feature. Also on hand will be the Perkins Seed House UMP Pro Late Models, the Farmington Locker UMP Hornets, the Fulton Farm Service E-Mods and the Spoon 6-Shooters. New Times Are Pit Gate Opens at 3:00 Grandstands Open at 4:00 End of Draw is 4:45 Hot Laps are 5:15 Time Trials are 5:30 Racing begins at 6:00 Admission Prices (Specials will Vary) General Admission $13.00 Kids 10 and Under are FREE Driver’s Pit Pass is $35.00 Crew Pit Pass is $30.00 Kids 10 and Under Pit Pass is $20.00 ...
Spring Classic at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 Cancelled Due to Rain
CONCORD, N.C. — April 22, 2017 — Precipitation throughout the area forced the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series to cancel the 2017 Spring Classic at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55. The 2017 Spring Classic will not be rescheduled.
Fans that have tickets for the 2017 Spring Classic can use their tickets as credit when the World of Outlaws return to Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 later this summer on Friday, August 4 and August 5 for the Ironman 55. Fans also have the option to roll their credit over to the 2018 Spring Classic at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 (date to be announced). No refunds for the 2017 Spring Classic will be given.
The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series’ will resume action at Plymouth Speedway (Plymouth, IN) on Friday, April 28 then on Saturday, April 29 at Tri-State Speedway (Haubstadt, IN). For tickets, visit WorldofOutlaws.com/Tickets or call (844) DIRT-TIX. For LIVE coverage, visit dirtvision.com. ...
How many times are we going to schedule this in April and then cancel ? Just a guess but I say like 8 out of the last 10
Maybe move it to May just a idea
You have to cancel the April Pevely race every year. Stop scheduling it! Pretty sure you also can't keep money for an event that didn't happen.
How does this work for will call tickets? Do I need to come get them and hang on to them until Aug races or what? Can some one from pevely race track please pick up a phone or respond to this .
Rain will probably move out overnight and it'll be sunny and 75 tomorrow. But the track is lost already so the damage is done.
Thanks, now I'm out 70$, at least wait until the day of, gives me hope!! Maybe Federated Auto Parts Raceway should consider refunds for expensive races, instead y'all say better luck next year. Guess I'll have to find other tracks
Every. Single. Year the spring classic is cancelled due to rain.
That's what makes it a "classic", it's always rained out! Lol
Anyone know what i need to do to use the tickets i purchased online for tonight for the race in August?
Next year let's work with the local farmers so they can get their crops in before the soaking scheduled weekend.
How will reserved seating roll over those thickets have already been sold ? I'm not waiting another year to redeem tickets.
Is this a joke? Stopped raining hours ago and no races just to steal everyones money, disgusting.
Guess I'll go to Haubstadt next week.
It gets rained out nearly every year. Not a surprise.
Not a shock
Sun is out. They missed this forecast
Glad i didn't buy my ticket, s
Gave up on the Classic years ago!
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