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Lebanon Midway Prerparing For Tony Roper Memorial With Cash Money Late Models Memorial Weekend

Lebanon, Mo.-Tony Roper Memorial Information

The 19th Annual Tony Roper Memorial will be held Sunday Evening May 26th At The Lebanon Midway Speedway with Race time set for 7:30 with the Popular and Malvern Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Late Models helping to head-line the Racing Action.

Also competing will be The USRA B Modified competing for Track and Nation points in a $500 to win, $50 to start feature, Midwest Modifieds racing for $350 to win and $35 to start, Pure Stocks racing for $250 to win and $35 to start, Hornets zipping around for $150 to win and $35 to start, and The KIDZZZZZ Cruisers competing for $75 to win.

Support classes will open draw with the B Modifieds using passing points to set the line-up and Also There will be a $100 bonus to the car who advances the most positions from F-K Rod-Ends. All other classes will go heads-up from the Qualifying Heats. Drivers cut-off time for draw will be 7PM.

Last year before a capacity crowd, The Cash Money Dirt Late Models started the trend of providing a large car count for Area and regional Late Model Racing. This season the 2nd year group headed-up by Justin Wells and Darrell Mooneyham and the hard working officials. Late Model Car Counts for this season have been averaging right at 32 Late Model per event.
A special on track Late Model Autograph Session is scheduled at the break.

Adult admission is only $20 with Adult Pit Passes $35 with discounts to seniors and Military in the Grandstands.. Kids grandstand prices will be 8-12 only $5 with 7 and under Free and kids pit prices are 12 and under $10.

Grandstand gates will open at 5PM with the pits scheduled to open at 4:30. Hot laps are scheduled for 6:30 time frame and Racing at 7:30.

Join us as we pay honor to one of the Ozarks Great Talents who cut his teeth on local dirt and Asphalt tracks before going to the upper traveling classes and to NASCAR.

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