MACON, Ill. – If you like racing, we’ve got a wall-to-wall week for you, and it’s only going to get better as Macon Speedway and Track Enterprises heads toward August and the state fair races. This week, there’s great racing on three nights at the different tracks.
Let’s give you an itinerary:
LARRY’S SERVICE CENTER TRIPLE 25’s. This is the long-awaited return of stock car racing to the Christian County Fair. On Thursday, the fair holds racing on the quarter-mile dirt track in three classes with big payouts.
The sportsman divison races for $800 to win in a big event for the class. Drivers have been excited about this race since it was announced earlier this summer. Big Ten street stocks race for $500 to win as the series hits its fourth different track of the summer season. Hornets go after a whopping $200 to win.
All three features are 25 lappers. With these kind of payouts, a huge car count is expected. Drivers are anxious to race at a different track, and the Thursday program will likely bring cars from many different tracks. Get your motor running!!
SCOTT GET GEARED UP 200. The ARCA doubleheader Friday at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis, which includes a 100-lap CRA Super Series race for stock cars, also features the Kyle Busch VIP Experience. A limited number of tickets are available for the private party. Fans will enjoy a chance to meet Busch, get autographs and pictures and participate in a Q&A session. Dinner, VIP parking and a ticket to the ARCA doubleheader at Lucas Oil Raceway also come with the Kyle Busch VIP Experience ticket . All of this for just $100. Busch VIP tickets are available for calling or sending name, address, phone number and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Track Enterprises will contact you to complete the transaction.
DYNAGRAPHICS/ILMO presents MOWA SPRINTS. The only appearance by MOWA and sprint cars this season has the open wheel crowd ready to watch the winged sprints scream around the fifth-mile high banked track at legendary Macon Speedway Saturday. It’s part of a busy night at the track with DynaGraphics and ILMO showing off products and giveaways.
The racing program features MOWA sprint cars, Billingsley Towing Modifieds, street stocks, outlaw hornets, stock hornets and the Illinois Lightning Sprint Series. After the night of racing at Christian County Fair, the sportsman will have the weekend off.
For more information, call 217-764-3200 or go online to Maconracing.com or trackenterprises.com.