POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget Series Schedule Released, 20 Events on Tap For 2015

POWRi West Lucas Oil LogoMillstadt, IL. – The growing POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget Series has 20 scheduled events for the 2015 season including fan-favorites such as the Missouri Mid-State Midget Nationals and the season-opener Turnpike Challenge at Port City Raceway.

Starting out at Port City Raceway on March 20th and 21st, the West series will co-sanction with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series for the two-day Turnpike Challenge.  A thrilling event in 2014 with Christopher Bell doubling-down and claiming both nights, the Turnpike Challenge at the 1/8th mile bullring is set to attract stars including 2012 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series Champion Andrew Felker, 2012 USAC National Midget Series Champion Darren Hagen, and back-to-back (2013 & 2014) POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series Champion Zach Daum.

Port City Raceway will also be the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget Series most visited track with four scheduled events.  The second most visited track will be the 1/5 mile of I-44 Speedway in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma with three scheduled events.

Out of the 20 scheduled events for 2015, the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget Series will co-sanction six events with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series including the season-opener Turnpike Challenge at Port City Raceway, the Missouri Mid-State Midget Nationals at Valley Speedway and title-sponsor owned Lucas Oil Speedway, and the two day Iron Man 55 at I-55 Raceway in conjunction with the World of Outlaw’s STP Sprint Car Series.  The Iron Man 55, a can’t miss event, will be the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget Series first ever visit to the high-banked 3/8 mile of I-55 Raceway in Pevely, Missouri.

After the Iron Man 55, the POWRi Lucas Oil West Midget Series will take a short break before returning to action at Creek County Speedway on August 20th for the Oklahoma Mini Speed Week.  Consisting of three nights, the West series will visit Creek County Speedway on August 20th and Caney Speedway on August 22nd, where the first ever Oklahoma Mini Speed Week champion will be crowned.  The August 21st date is to-be-announced at this time.

The 2015 season will conclude at Boyd Speedway on October 24th in Boyd Texas.

Date Track City, State Size
Sat, March 20 Port City Raceway – Turnpike Challenge Tulsa, OK 1/8
Sun, March 21 Port City Raceway – Turnpike Challenge Tulsa, OK 1/8
Sat, April 11 Outlaw Motor Speedway Muskogee, OK 3/8
Sat, April 25 I44 Speedway OKC, OK 1/5
Fri, May 1 Valley Speedway – MO Mid-State Midget Nationals Grain Valley, MO 1/3
Sat, May 2 Lucas Oil Speedway – MO Mid-State Midget Nationals Wheatland, MO 3/8
Fri, May 15 Boyd Speedway Boyd, TX 3/8
Sat, May 16 Superbowl Speedway Greenville, TX 1/4
Sat, June 13 I44 Speedway OKC, OK 1/5
Sat, July 11 Lawton Speedway Lawton, OK 1/4
Sat, July 18 I44 Speedway OKC, OK 1/5
Sat, July 25 Port City Raceway Tulsa, OK 1/8
Fri, Aug 7 I-55 Raceway – Iron Man 55 Pevely, MO 3/8
Sat, Aug 8 I-55 Raceway – Iron Man 55 Pevely, MO 3/8
Thur, Aug 20 Creek County Speedway – OK Mini Speedweek Kelleyville, OK 1/4
Fri, Aug 21 TBA –                                OK Mini Speedweek TBA
Sat, Aug 22 Caney Speedway –             OK Mini Speedweek Caney, KS 1/4
Sat, Sept 26 Port City Raceway Tulsa, OK 1/8
Fri, Oct 3 Caney Speedway Caney, KS 1/4
Sat, Oct 24 Boyd Speedway Boyd, TX 3/8

 

Printable schedules can be found under the DOWNLOADS link located at the top of POWRi web site.

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Derek Schuett

POWRi Media

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