Topeka, KS – It was just a week ago that the staff at Heartland Park Topeka finally opened the doors, for real, on the 2016 dirt track season. The night was met with mixed reviews.
“We were happy, in a sense, that we had 82 cars on opening night,” said co-promoter John Lowrey, “It was the first time since 2006 that Jr & I had been in this capacity. We will have some hiccups along the way and we did have some on opening night. [click to continue…]
Friday night, April 29th, the action will once again start up with hot laps at 6:45 p.m. [click to continue…]
Brown, of Stoutland, will be aiming for his fourth feature victory of the month in the Carson’s Corner NAPA Street Stock division. It’s part of the storyline to watch on $5 Night at the Races Presented by KOLR Channel 10. [click to continue…]
Wheatland, Missouri (April 27, 2016) – The season’s biggest dirt-track weekend at Lucas Oil Speedway is only four weeks away and a select number of prime seats remain.
Three-day passes for the 24th annual Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 Presented by ProtecttheHarvest.com on May 26-28 guarantee a reserved, stadium-style seat with high backs and arm rests along the front straightaway.
“We’ve had a terrific response to the three-day passes, but fans still have time as we are just a month out from race weekend,” [click to continue…]
(By Sam Stoecklin) The fourth, fifth, and sixth races of the year kept Lucas Cattle Company ULMA Drivers busy over the weekend with Aaron Marrant, Chris Smyser, and Jason Bodenhamer capturing victories. Marrant, the current leader in the Hoosier Tire Midwest battle for Rookie of the Year, prevailed with his first-ever Late Model win at Lucas Oil Speedway on Saturday. Smyser also captured a win on Saturday at Randolph County Raceway for his sixth-career ULMA win. Bodenhamer’s 33rd career ULMA bell ringer came on Friday at Callaway Raceway. [click to continue…]
Silver Lake, KS – For years race fans have wondered why tracks don’t work with each other when they are close in proximity. Schedules, rules and sanctioning bodies are just a few things that have kept tracks from working with other.
This past January it was announced that Heartland Park Topeka would re-open their dirt track and race under the IMCA sanctioning body on Sunday nights. [click to continue…]
Mayetta, KS – It’s time for another race season at Thunder Hill Speedway and Mike and Pam Conkwright, along with their staff, are ready to get started.
This Saturday night, April 30th, the Big Time Bail Bonds Clash on The Hill will get underway for the 2016 season.
Fans will once again see some new things that have been done around Thunder Hill Speedway. The owners of the track have added to the facility every year since the Conkwright family purchased the facility. [click to continue…]
Topeka, KS – The era of IMCA Racing got underway Sunday night as the New Heartland Park Topeka played host to opening night!
A total of 82 cars checked in to battle it out in 4 different division. Pending bad weather, a rain delay or an emergency couldn’t keep this night from not finishing. [click to continue…]