The Lucas Oil ASCS Midwest Region Sprint Cars along with the Winged Outlaw Warriors Sprint Cars are set to invade the Lucas Oil Speedway this Saturday night, May 1st for the first big Winged Sprint Car Show of the Season. The TNT Quick Shop Late Models and the Carson's Corner Napa Factory Stocks will also be in action for this can't miss special event. Sprint Car Simulators and Kids Super Slides are just a couple of the added attractions on tap at the "Diamond of Dirt Tracks" this weekend.
Springfield, Nebraska hot shoe Jack Dover leads the Lucas Oil ASCS Midwest Region contingent into battle with a 28 point lead over Giltner, Nebraska's Chad Humston after scoring an early season win at Nebraska's I-80 Speedway. Ryan Roberts, Dustin Morgan, and Gregg Bakker round out the Top-5 in points. For more information about the Lucas Oil ASCS Midwest Region Sprints please visit www.ascs360.com.
Johnathan Cornell, from Sedalia, Missouri leads the Winged Outlaw Warriors into battle with a slim 2-point lead over California, Missouri's Randy Martin and Falcon, Missouri's Eric Todd. Cornell and Martin have each shared the WOW Victory Lane so far this season with Cornell picking up the win at LA Raceway and Martin snaring the $3,000 top prize at the LOS Spring Nationals at Lake Ozark Speedway. Martin also added a Main Event win at Sedalia State Fair Speedway's opening night on April 16th. Smithton, Missouri's Josh Fisher, and Farmington's Dustin Barks round out the Top-5 in the WOW standings after two events. To read about all the happenings with the Winged Outlaw Warriors, please click wowsprints.homestead.com.
Darin Walker holds a three point lead over Walnut Grove, Missouri's Jeremy Kelly in the TNT Quick Shop ULMA Late Models after one week of racing action. Warrensburg, Missouri's Jon Binning holds down the third spot just 5 points out of the lead with 2009 Track Champion Tommy Cordray in fourth and Springfield's R.D. Peterson in fifth.
Defending Track Champion Kenny Carroll leads the standings in the Carson's Corner Napa Factory Stocks by just 5 points over Wheatland, Missouri's Chip Shaddox. Stoutland, Missouri's "Downtown" Tim Brown sits in a tie for third with Urich, Missouri's Troy Reasoner Jr. Dylan Keepper holds down the fifth spot only 9 points behind the leader after one night of racing action.
Spectator Gates open at 5:00 with Hot Laps set to get under way at 6:30 with the first big race of the night at 7:05pm. Adult Admission at the gate is just $17 with Seniors and Active Military only $12. Juniors (6-15) are only $5 and kids 5 and under are always FREE at Lucas Oil Speedway. Show Your AAA Membership Card and Save at the gate with $3 off any Adult or Senior General Admission Ticket. Advance Discount Tickets are also available at Carson's Corner NAPA Auto Parts, the Trading Post in Carson's Corner, the Triangle Quick Shop in Galmey, or the TNT Quick Shop in Flemington. Adult Tickets are just $15 and Seniors and Active Military only $10 when you purchase your tickets at any of these outstanding partner locations.
Family Passes are priced at only $40 for this event which includes entry for two adults (age 16 and up) and up to three youth (ages 6-15), One Free Slick Track Go-Kart Ride, discounts on kids, meals, gift shop merchandise, and funnel cakes plus one (1) entry in the nightly Family Pace Truck Ride Contest.
A limited number of VIP Suites are also still available for Saturday night and start at only $400 for a 12 guest unit which includes admission for 12, One Complimentary Food Tray off the Suite Menu, and (2) Six Packs of your choice of Water, Soda, or Beer. Lucas Oil VIP Suites are a great way to entertain that special customer or business associate. Call (417) 282-5984 for more information and availability.
The Lucas Oil Speedway is located at Highways 83 and 54 in Wheatland, MO. A campground with shower and bathroom facilities is also available. With it's entrance located just outside the pit gate this sprawling scenic camping facility will continue to enhance the racing experience at the Diamond of Dirt Tracks. Click www.LucasOilSpeedway.com for more information and detailed directions to the speedway or call the Track Hotline at (417) 282-5984.