Wheatland, MO (February 1, 2016) – There’s one way to guarantee the best seats in house for the season’s biggest dirt-track weekend at Lucas Oil Speedway.
Three-day reserved seats for the 24th annual Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 Presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com, May 26-28, go on sale February 8. This year’s Show-Me 100 weekend will, for the first time, have features for the Lucas Oil Late Model Series each of the three nights. [click to continue…]
Park City, Kansas – February 8, 2016 – A ten race schedule await the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified division as the tour readies for their 18th consecutive season.
Six tracks on the 2016 schedule are scheduled at 81 Speedway in Park City. Those dates are: April 16, May 28, June 18, June 2, September 4 and will end their season on October 8. [click to continue…]
Park City, Kansas – February 8, 2016 – An ambitious fourteen race schedule await the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products crate late model division with six tracks hosting at least one event on the 2016 race season.
The 33rd season for the full-bodied “gladiators” kicks off on Saturday night, April 30, [click to continue…]
The 2016 season marks two significant anniversaries for the all-volunteer-ran United Late Model Association (ULMA). First and foremost, officials recently learned that Lucas Cattle Company will return for its fifth-consecutive year as the association’s title sponsor.
“There are no words to describe the importance of having a solid business partner in this business and we are honored to again be teamed with Gary and Jan Hubert and the Lucas Cattle Company for another year of racing,” [click to continue…]
HUMBOLDT, Kan. (Feb. 3) — All remaining reserved seat tickets for this year’s King of America VI presented by Chix Gear are now available to the general public.
Premium three-day reserved seats are just $60. Call 515-832-7944 to reserve your seats or for more information. [click to continue…]
LAS CRUCES, N.M. (Feb. 5) — The 18th season for the United States Modified Touring Series is shaping up to be the biggest and best so far with the best of the best in dirt modified racing looking to get their piece of the lucrative USMTS pie.
“With some races moving one week due to the way the calendar falls, it made it very tough [click to continue…]
Topeka, KS – Heartland Park’s new ownership group, headed by Chris Payne and Todd Crossley, has been working hard at getting Heartland Park Topeka ready to race in the 2016.
Earlier this month they named Todd Stephens the general manager/vice president of facility and operations at Heartland Park Topeka. Now the group is ready to make their next major announcement.
John and Larry Lowrey Jr., brothers from Topeka, have been named promoters for the dirt track at Heartland Park Topeka. [click to continue…]
Wheatland, MO (January 19, 2016) – From the start, Payton Looney wanted to earn his own way and learn at his own pace.
Now, after three seasons honing his skills as a Lucas Cattle Company ULMA regular, the 21-year-old from Republic is ready to launch the next phase of his racing career. [click to continue…]
HUMBOLDT, Kan. (Jan. 19) — The first crown jewel event for America’s elite dirt modified drivers and teams is approaching fast as the Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kan., readies to swing the gates open for King of America VI presented by Chix Gear in a little more than 50 days and nights.
Set for Thursday-Saturday, March 31-April 2, the dirt modified mega-event will [click to continue…]
Park City, Kansas – January 17, 2016 – With the season opener for both the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products and gomuddy.com National Sprint League 360 sprint car series approaching two months away, all eyes are focused on the sixth annual sprint car classic at 81 Speedway in Park City. And with the added excitement for this March 25-27, 2016 event that will pay $10,000 to win, this event will have a new name. [click to continue…]