Surrounding the main spectator grandstands is a state of the art facility beginning with a huge vendor midway just steps away from the seats for quick spectator access. The Vendor Midway is a great opportunity for local businesses, charitable organizations, car clubs, and other special attractions to showcase their merchandise or message in front of a large crowd each and every racing event.
The Diamond Bar is a full service Night Club style bar on the South end lower level of the tower complex. It is open before, during and after every event. Continuing North on the lower level, next to the bar is the Track Treasures Gift Shop with race apparel, souvenirs, and other race related gift ideas plus an ATM.
In the center of the tower complex you will find a state of the art concession stand with one of the most diverse menus in motor sports. From pizza to burgers and brats, from fried mushrooms to mozzarella sticks, from pork tenderloins to grilled chicken there is something for everyone. Ice cold Coca-Cola products are also available in the self serve style concession stand.
The lower space on the North side of the tower complex is our restaurant eating area where you can enjoy your meal at a table in the air conditioning if want a bit of peace and quiet between races.
The HUNT for the USMTS Casey's Cup rolls through Wheatland, Missouri for the 6th time as the Stars and Cars of the United States Modified Touring Series make their only appearance of 2015 at the “Diamond of Dirt Tracks”. Top USMTS drivers Johnny Scott, Rodney Sanders, Stormy Scott, Zach Van Der Beek, Kelly Shryock, Derrick Ramirez, and more are expected to be in action. The USRA B-Mods and the Carson's Corner Napa Factory Stocks will also be in action plus for the third time at Lucas Oil Speedway, the Battle of the Badges will visit the facility on August 8th as the race will feature Missouri's finest Law Enforcement Officers, all racing to raise money for charity and for the title of top cop.
The officers will be driving late model Ford Crown Victoria's that will provide a “cop car” look for the race. Each driver seeks the support of sponsors and must raise at least $500 dollars per race to compete. All the cars on the track were at one point police cruisers. Some of these cars went on to be taxi cabs and have racked up over 300,000 miles on them. Some were pulled out of junkyards and have been given a second chance. The driver and their crew-members have stripped the vehicles of their factory interior and replaced it with roll cages and the safety equipment necessary to be on the track. The Battle of the Badges race will raise money for Special Olympics of Missouri. This is surely an event you won't want to miss!
Lucas Oil Speedway is "America's New Motorsports Destination".Gates open at 5:00 PM
Adults (16 and up) $20
Seniors (62 and up) $15
Youth (6-15) $5
Kids (5 and under) FREE
Family Pass $40 (Click Here for more information)
Travel Centers of America, Petro Stopping Centers, and Ozarks Sports Zone present Fan Appreciation Night at Lucas Oil Speedway with Food and Drink Specials all night long plus it's the second and final $uper $aver $pecial Night of the season as (4) Admissions, (4) Hot Dogs, and (4) Coke Drinks are just $30 before 6:30pm! In addition, the American Cancer Society hosts the Hickory County Relay for Life Cancer Survivor Night. Cancer Survivors in attendance can sign-up for the 2015 Relay for Life at Lucas Oil Speedway and receive FREE admittance to the race. Classes in action include the ALPS Food Stores ULMA Late Models, the Pitts Homes USRA Modifieds, the Carson's Corner Napa Factory Stocks, and the B-Mods as the fight for the Lucas Oil Speedway Weekly Series Championship heats up plus a Special 25 Lap, $500 to Win Factory Stock Special. You won't want to miss it!
Lucas Oil Speedway is “America’s New Motorsports Destination”!Gates open at 5:00 PM
Adults (16 and up) $12
Seniors (62 and up) $8
Youth (6-15) $5
Kids (5 and under) FREE
Family Pass $25 (Click Here for more information)