Wheatland, Missouri (December 11, 2015) - One of dirt-track racing's biggest weekends is growing. The 24th annual Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 Presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com at Lucas Oil Speedway is adding about $60,000 in total purse money for the three-night event, next May 26-28. A feature on the middle night is being added, meaning two $6,000-to-win preliminary events leading into the $30,000-to-win finale.
Wheatland, Missouri (December 9, 2015) - As Jeff Cutshaw eyes a three-peat in the ultra-competitive Pitts Homes USRA Modified division at Lucas Oil Speedway, the veteran Bolivar driver contemplates an even bigger challenge in 2016.
Corona, California (December 8, 2015) - Lucas Oil has announced the worldwide launch of LucasOilRacing.TV, the first streaming TV network dedicated solely to the world of motorsports - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The new network, set to launch as LucasOilRacing.TV on January 1st, 2016, will be the world's premiere motorsports destination. Programming will include LIVE racing, expanded pre-and post-race action, behind-the-scenes content, unseen interviews, automobile build shows, and an extensive library of motorsports content and racing!
Wheatland, Missouri (December 7, 2015) - Looking for the ideal gift a racing fan on your Christmas list? Lucas Oil Speedway's Admissions Director LaRay Hankins has a suggestion.
Wheatland, Missouri (December 3, 2015) - There have been times during Mike Striegel's 15 years of driving a race car that he simply climbed in, fired up the motor and drove to the speedway.
Wheatland, Missouri (December 2, 2015) - Danny Lorton, who's done everything from drive a race-car to oversee competition during a three-decade career in the racing business, is joining Lucas Oil Speedway as Assistant General Manager.
Wheatland, Missouri (December 1, 2015) - For nearly three decades, it's been an offseason gathering spot for area auto racing enthusiasts to swap stories, pay tribute to their heroes and look ahead to the upcoming season.
Wheatland, Missouri (November 24, 2015) - Nearly two months have passed since Justin Russell claimed his first Lucas Oil Speedway track championship. Before turning his full attention to 2016, Russell is letting the euphoric feeling sink in a little longer.