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Sep 05

Open wheel weekend highlighted by POWRi double features, doubleheader with USAC

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MACON, Ill. – It’s an open wheel weekend for dirt track racing fans with some of the nation’s best dirt trackers heading to Central Illinois for major events in POWRi midgets and USAC Silver Crown cars. POWRi fans are already buzzing about the program at legendary Macon Speedway Saturday, Sept. 6, when the series holds double features in both Lucas Oil National Midgets and Speedway Motors Outlaw Micros. But that’s just the start. On Sunday, Sept. 7, the USAC Silver Crown cars roar onto the famed Springfield Mile at the Illinois State Fairgrounds for the rescheduled Tony Bettenhausen 100 following the incredible race at the DuQuoin Mile the previous weekend.

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That’s racing on one of the best midget tracks in the country – Macon Speedway was designed as a midget track when built in 1946 — before enjoying the historic Bettenhausen 100 on mile track, the superspeedway for dirt cars. The weekend even includes a special ticket offer.
POWRi is one of the fastest growing dirt-track series in the country, and you just might find The Next Big Thing. Kyle Larson won a POWRi feature last season, and he’s now contending for NASCAR Rookie of the Year in Sprint Cup. Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Ill., leads the standings. Bryan Clauson, an Indy 500 qualifier in 2012, is also likely to compete. Justin Peck and Chris Bell sit on the front row of the feature lineup set during the April 26 program. POWRi will also run a complete program. Grandstands open at 5 with racing at 7 p.m. Tickets are only $15 for adults. Children 11 and under are free with parent.
On Sunday, A.J. Fike of Galesburg, Ill., shoots for only the second three-peat in the 80-year history of the Tony Bettenhausen 100. Named after an Indy 500 star from suburban Chicago, the Tony Bettenhausen 100 didn’t have an Illinois driver win it in 29 years before Fike took the checkered flag in 2012. When he won it again last season, Fike could become only the second three-peat winner, joining Chuck Gurney (1989-91). Last weekend, Shane Cockrum of Benton became the first driver from Southern Illinois to win the DuQuoin Mile. Practice is set for 10 a.m. with qualifying before the race at 1:30 p.m. Grandstands open at 9 a.m.
Fans attending the POWRi show at Macon Speedway may purchase Tony Bettenhausen 100 tickets for $15. Otherwise, call 217-764-3200 for regularly priced tickets at $30.
For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers may text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000 or Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night.

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Sep 03

Double features in both division highlight POWRi’s last appearance at Macon Speedway for 2014

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MACON, Ill. —  POWRi is scheduled to visit legendary Macon Speedway for the final time of the season on Saturday.  After efforts to run double features were thwarted by rain on two separate occasions, both the midgets and micros will run their April 26th make-up feature events in addition to a full regular show on Saturday night. For drivers who make it into both feature events, the double features will be a test of endurance as Macon Speedway is traditionally elbows up all night.

April 26th Make-Up Midget Feature Line Up:  1.  5X – Justin Peck  2.  71 – Christopher Bell  3.  5D – Zach Daum  4.  97 – Rico Abreu  5.  3 – Robbie Ray  6.  67 – Tanner Thorson  7.  7 – Austin Brown  8.  91T – Tyler Thomas  9.  50 – Daniel Adler  10.  9P – Parker Price-Miller  11.  17 – Derek Holmwood  12.  56 – Darren Hagen  13.  11R – Ryan Chriswell  14.  2 – Seth Motsinger  15.  57F – Andrew Felker  16.  4 – Scott Hatton  17.  11C – Chett Gehrke  18.  22 – Andy Malpocker  19.  86C – Danny Smith  20.  79J – Jacob Patton  21.  91 – Dereck King  22.  6A – David Gough

 

April 26th Make-Up Micro Feature Line Up: 1. 17C – Chris Openshaw 2. 8H – Matt Howard 3. 29 – Scott Sawyer 4. 14T – Evan Turner 5. 00 – Matt Ponder 6. 23 – Jeremy Camp 7. 84 – Tyler Day 8. 1 – Dereck King 9. 81X – Frank Flud 10. 3 – Mark Shirshekan 11. 94 – Andrew Peters 12. 37H – Nick Howard 13. 95 – Jimmy Miller 14. 32X – Brad McDaniel 15. 2B – Nathan Benson 16. 23D – Trey Datweiler 17. 40 – Devin Feger 18. 68 – Paul Day 19. 56 – Joe Faloon 20. 4X – Garrett Duff 21. 52 – Jason Harms 22. 21 – Aaron Andruskevitch

 

Current 2014 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Point Standings (Top 10):  1.  Zach Daum (3370) 2.  Christopher Bell (2930) 3.  Darren Hagen (2905) 4.  Tyler Thomas (2610) 5.  Andrew Felker (2565) 6.  Tanner Thorson (2470) 7.  Parker Price-Miller (2300) 8.  Jake Blackhust (2300) 9.  Austin Brown (2075) 10.  Daniel Robinson (1970)

 

Current 2014 POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Point Standings (Top 10):  1.  Jeremy Camp (1900) 2.  Aaron Andruskevitch (1895) 3.  Nathan Benson (1820) 4.  Joe B. Miller (1610) 5.  Joey Wirth (1490) 6.  Jason Harms (1265) 7.  Jake Neuman (1220) 8.  Matt Ponder (1030) 9.  Frank Flud (1020) 10.  Kyle Schuett (925)

 

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Sep 02

Fans attending Dana Godfrey Memorial may purchase Bettenhausen tickets for $15

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MACON, Ill. – Fans who purchase tickets to the Dana Godfrey Memorial at Macon Speedway Saturday night highlighted by double features with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series may also buy tickets for half price to the USAC Tony Bettenhausen 100 for Silver Crown cars at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield Sunday.

Tickets for the Tony Bettenhausen 100 will be available for $15 Saturday at the Macon Speedway ticket office. The Tony Bettenhausen 100 was rescheduled after weather halted the program during the Illinois State Fair. The show will include a full USAC program, including practice, time trials and the 100-lap event.

Gates open at 9 a.m. for the Tony Bettenhausen 100 with practice at 10 a.m., followed by qualifying. The race is set for 1:30 p.m.

The POWRI series makes its final appearance at Macon Speedway Saturday night. Gates open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7. POWRi will run double features in both Lucas Oil National Midgets and Outlaw Micros.

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Sep 02

Fike attempts to defend home turf again in Bettenhausen 100 at Springfield Sunday

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – A.J. Fike of Galesburg, Ill., goes for a rare three-peat when the USAC Tony Bettenhausen 100 for Silver Crown cars roars into action on Sunday, Sept. 7, in a complete show on the Springfield Mile at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. The Bettenhausen 100 will include practice, time trials and the 100-lap race after being rescheduled from two weeks ago. Tickets from the original date will be honored on Sept. 7. Combined with a POWRi midget program at Macon Speedway on Sept. 6 with double features in the midget and outlaw micro divisions, it’s an open wheel weekend.

The Tony Bettenhausen 100 is an 80-year-old national championship race filled with tradition, excitement, thrills and color on the Springfield Mile, billed as the world’s fastest mile dirt track. Named after an Indy 500 star from suburban Chicago, the Tony Bettenhausen 100 didn’t have an Illinois driver win it in 29 years before Fike of Galesburg took the checkered flag in 2012. When he won it again last season, Fike could become only the second three-peat winner, joining Chuck Gurney (1989-91). Fike took the lead on lap 92 last season for the third Silver Crown win of his career. It’s hard not to get nostalgic. Before Fike, the last Illinois driver to win the Bettenhausen 100 was the namesake’s son, Gary, who won it in 1978 and 1983. Gary Bettenhausen passed away earlier this year.

Practice is set for 10 a.m. with qualifying before the race at 1:30 p.m. Grandstands open at 9 a.m. For tickets, call 217-764-3200.

“The Silver Crown series is going in a positive direction,’’ said USAC series director Andy Hillenburg. “With race organizer Bob Sargent’s support, we are delighted to be able to retain this marquee event for our fans and participants as we continue to strive for the prominence this series deserves.’’

Fans who attend the Dana Godfrey Memorial for POWRi Lucas Oil Midgets Saturday, Sept. 6 at Macon Speedway may purchase tickets for the Bettenhausen 100 for half price – just $15. Tickets will be available at the Macon Speedway box office. POWRi has scheduled double features in both midgets and outlaw micros. Justin Peck is the polesitter with Christopher Bell also in the front row, followed by Zach Daum and Rico Abreu in the second row in a feature lineup set during the April 26 racing program. Gates open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers may text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000 or Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night.

 

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Sep 02

POWRi double features highlight Dana Godfrey Memorial Saturday at Macon Speedway

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MACON, Ill. – The POWRI Lucas Oil National Midget Series saved the best for last. In the final appearance of the season for the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series and Speedway Motors Outlaw Micros, both divisions will run double features Saturday at Macon Speedway. Originally built as a midget track in 1946, the legendary fifth-mile high banked dirt oval always puts on a great show when the midgets roll onto the track. The fearless POWRi drivers love using every inch of the smooth banking for hair-raising moves that keep the fans on the edge of their seats. With Mother Nature keeping our loyal Macon Speedway fans from watching POWRi take the checkered flag thus far this season, the excitement for these double features already has folks making plans on dropping a blanket on the bleachers early to get a good seat for the action.

Reigning series champion Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Ill., once again leads the standings. Rising stars Christopher Bell, Rico Abreu and Tanner Thorson combined for 13 wins already on the POWRi tour. You might just find The Next Big Thing in auto racing in a POWRi car. NASCAR rookie of the year candidate Kyle Larson won in the POWRi tour last season.

Justin Peck is the polesitter for the POWRi feature lineup set during the April 26 program. The Outlaw Micros will battle with the Beach House Mini-Sprints with a lineup also set on April 26, and a complete racing program for both POWRi series will also be held. Billingsley Towing Modifieds, Street Stocks, Outlaw Hornets and Stock Hornets will also race. Pits open at 3 p.m. with grandstands open at 5 while racing starts at 7.

On DMH Night, all employees of Decatur Memorial Hospital with company ID may purchase general admission tickets for $8.

Fans who attend the Dana Godfrey Memorial at Macon Speedway may also purchase tickets to the USAC Tony Bettenhausen 100 for just $15 – half of the price for tickets sold on race day.  The 100-lapper for USAC Silver Crown cars is Sunday, Sept. 7 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield. It was rescheduled from mid-August. The Bettenhausen 100 is an 80-year-old national championship race filled with tradition, excitement, thrills and color on the Springfield Mile, billed as the world’s fastest mile dirt track. Practice is set for 10 a.m. with qualifying held before the race at 1:30 p.m. Grandstands open at 9 a.m.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000 or Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night.

 

 

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Sep 01

Schrader wins Oldani Memorial for UMP modifieds at DuQuoin Mile Sunday

Du QUOIN, Ill. — Ken Schrader jumped to the lead on the seventh lap and held off a hard-charging Joe Walsh for the victory in the Bill Oldani Memorial for UMP Modifieds at the DuQuoin State Fairgrounds Monday. Schrader, who started outside front row, took the lead after Walsh spun in turn three.

The polesitter, Walsh charged from the back of the pack to force his way back into second place at the checkered flag. Schrader pocketed $2,000 for the win while Walsh took home $800.

Jonathan Rowan was third with Curt Rhodes fourth and Jeff Parker fifth.

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1. Ken Schrader (Fenton, Mo.), 2. Joe Walsh (Fenton, Mo.), 3. Jonathan Rowan (Jackson, Tenn.), 4. Curt Rhodes (Taylorville, Ill.), 5. Jeff Parker (Marion, Ill.), 6. Jesse Snyder (Robinson), 7. David Shain (Humboldt, Ill.), 8. Joe Geisler (St. Mary, Mo.), 9. Charles Baker, Labelle, Mo.), 10. Steve Adams (Humboldt, Ill.), 11. Jeff Hall (Charleston, Mo.), 12. Rick Pauley (Sumner, Ill.), 13. Rick Weitekamp (Springfield, Ill.), 14. Danny Sissom (Cape Girardeau, Mo.), 15. Josh Sissom (Cape Girardeau, Mo.), 16. Mike Jones (Marissa, Ill.), 17. Nick Macklin (Oakley, Ill.)

 

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Sep 01

ARCA Southern Illinois 100 ready to race as scheduled at DuQuoin Mile Monday

DuQUOIN, Ill. — The cars have hit the track for practice prior to the ARCA Southern Illinois 100 at the DuQuoin State Fairgrounds. With the rain dissipating in Southern Illinois, the program is on schedule, and the track looks fabulous for a great day of racing.

The breeze in the grandstands makes it even more cmortable at the scenic DuQuoin Mile. NASCAR star Ken Schrader will go for two wins today. He is the defending champ of the Southern Illinois 100, and he starts on the front row of the Bill Oldani Memorial for UMP modifieds.

Qualifying for the Southern Illinois 100 is set for 11:15 a.m. with the modified feature at noon. The Southern Illinois 100 in the ARCA Racing Series takes the green flag at 1:30 p.m.

For more information, go online to trackenterprises.com or call 618-542-1515.

 

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Aug 31

USAC Silver Crown racing ready to go as scheduled at DuQuoin State Fair Sunday

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DuQUOIN, Ill. – Get ready for some racing Sunday, because track preparations are underway for the USAC Ted Horn 100 for USAC Silver Crown cars at picturesque DuQuoin State Farigrounds. The 100-miler on the DuQuoin Mile is the opener of a doubleheader and part of the dirt track Labor Day tradition. We are racing in DuQuoin!

Grandstands open at 4 p.m. Sunday with practice at 5, qualifications at 6 and racing at 8. UMP modifieds will also run heats. A loaded field of USAC cars is expected, and come watch the stars and cars of the USAC ranks race under the lights from the gorgeous DuQuoin grandstand. Chris Urish is the defending champion after an unpredictable race last season. The DuQuoin State Fair is also underway, so it’s a family destination. Have fun in the campgrounds located on the fairgrounds.

On Monday, Ken Schrader is the defending champ of the Southern Illinois 100 for ARCA stock cars. Practice begins at 9 a.m. with qualifying at 11:15 and the race takes the green flag at 1:30 p.m. The Modified feature is at noon.

For more information, go to trackenterprises.com or call 618-542-1515.

 

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Aug 30

Reed punches ticket to win Big Ten Series Street Stocks race, title at Macon Speedway

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Terry Reed is all smiles after winning taking the Big Ten Street Stocks championship.

MACON—Terry Reed should buy a lottery ticket. Everything went perfect for the driver leading the Big Ten Street Stock Series as he would claim the championship to the 10-race series, and the Decatur driver would win the $500 top prize in the Big Ten Street Stock Series race at Macon Speedway on Saturday. Along with that 25-lap victory in which he led every lap, he was the fastest qualifier, won his heat and the 6-lap Dash for Cash which put him on the pole position for the main event.

Trailing him in the Big Ten Street Stock Series is Bobby Beiler, who followed him around for the entire race and lost power on the 24th lap but managed to finish.

Jeremy Nichols overcame traffic and took the lead away from Tim Bedinger en route to the checkered flag in the Sportsman division feature.

Dave Crawley, Jr. had little difficulty getting into the lead in the Billingsley Towing Modifieds feature.  Starting in the front row, he took the lead and dashed away from Guy Taylor and company for his second feature win in a row.

Another driver who had little trouble with the lead was Beach House Mini Sprints feature winner Jeremy Camp. He stuck to the bottom groove and weaved through the lapped traffic and managed to build momentum heading to the POWRi Midgets & Micro Sprints double feature program next Saturday.

Adam Webb won for the second consecutive week in the Outlaw Hornet division. Webb, the defending National Hornet Champion, took away with the lead and went on for victory.

Marty Sullivan had to hold off Jonathan Drake in the fourth turn to get the win in the Stock Hornet class.

Macon Speedway hosted the final event leading to the Bud Light Ladies Night Championship Race on September 13th as five girls from Pop’s Place raced to the checkered flag. Christine Vogel added her name to the list of ladies racing in the championship next month after winning the race while Michelle Perry also advanced by placing second.

 

MACON SPEEDWAY RESULTS

Sportsman – 1. Jeremy Nichols (Shelbyville), 2. Tim Bedinger (Taylorville), 3. Doug Nevill (Dawson), 4. Nick Macklin (Argenta), 5. Timmy Dick (Monticello), 6. Scott Landers (Taylorville), 7. Tom Graham (Stonington), 8. Stefan Bediner (Taylorville)

Big Ten Street Stocks – 1. Terry Reed (Decatur), 2. Greg Osman (Macon), 3. Jeffrey Reed, Jr. (Blue Mound), 4. Larry Russell, Jr. (Harristown), 5. Brian Dasenbrock (Decatur), 6. Bobby Beiler (Blue Mound), 7. Kaleb Wood (Sullivan), 8. Bobby Eskew (Lake Fork), 9. Tom Reich (Springfield), 10. Luke Force (Argenta), 11. Roy Magee II (Springfield), 12. Kyle Waters (Oreana), 13. Ronnie Burns (Cerro Gordo), 14. Danny Smith (Argenta), 15. Jeff Reed, Sr. (Blue Mound), 16. Tony Reed (Decatur), 17. Jacob Brigham (Lerna), 18. Gene Reed (Blue Mound), 19. Jason Scrimpsher (Decatur), 20. Jeremiah Hoadley (Forsyth), 21. Dustin Reed (Decatur), 22. Chevy Miller (Clinton), 23. Billy Justice, Jr. (Harristown)

Billingsley Towing Modifieds – 1. Dave Crawley, Jr. (Decatur), 2. Guy Taylor (Springfield), 3. Zack Bunning (Decatur), 4. Nick Macklin (Argenta), 5. Joe Strawkas (Buffalo), 6. Alan Crowder (Elwin), 7. Jeff Graham (Stonington), 8. Norm Wood (Sullivan), 9. Rick Hamilton (Decatur), 10. John Holzhauer (Greenville), 11. Eric Hamilton (Macon), 12. Dakota Ewing (Decatur), 13. Ethan Schnapp (Springfield), 14. Clark Robertson (Shelbyville), 15. Jeff Wallace (Decatur), 16. Cory Daugherty (Blue Mound)

Outlaw Hornets – 1. Adam Webb (Decatur), 2. Thad Gee (Bloomington), 3. John Bright, Jr. (Decatur), 4. Michael Gossett (Decatur), 5. Elden Hemken, 6. Dillon Justice (Harristown), 7. Steven Stine (Blue Mound), 8. Steven Cousins, 9. Cook Crawford (Lincoln), 10. Dylen Tucker, 11. Tharen Reno (Springfield), 12. Vernon Carlow (Springfield), 13. Victor Overlin

Beach House Mini-Sprints – 1. Jeremy Camp, 2. Luke Verardi, 3. Garrett Duff, 4. Tyler Duff, 5. Evan Turner, 6. Heath Ross, 7. Austin Stewart, 8.Jeff Beasley, 9. Gabe Verardi, 10. Brian Nance, 11. David Hunt, 12. Michael Bustamante

Stock Hornets – 1. Marty Sullivan (Mt. Zion), 2. Jonathan Drake (Decatur), 3. Luke Wright (Lincoln), 4. Dean Holt (Decatur), 5. Tory Lyons (Mt. Pulaski), 6. Austin Wickline, 7. Mike McChristy (Mt. Zion), 8. Alan Salmons, 9. William Deavers (Bloomington), 10. Benjami McChristy (Mt. Zion)

Bud Light Ladies Night (Pop’s Place) – 1. Christine Vogel, 2. Michelle Perry, 3. Karey Keller, 4. Genny Hinton, 5. Stephanie Keenan.

 

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Aug 30

Street Stocks fight for titles, cash plus Bud Light Ladies Night at Macon Speedway Saturday

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MACON, Ill. – Griz FM 98.1 Fan Appreciation Night features the State Street Stocks Championship and the Big Ten Series Street Stocks Championship, but the fun doesn’t stop here at legendary Macon Speedway Saturday. With general admission for ladies only $6 on Bud Light Ladies Night and the gals racing from Pop’s Place plus racing in six classes on the fifth-mile high banked oval, it’s a great night to head to the famed speedway on the holiday weekend.

As of 1 p.m. Saturday, preparations were underway for racing at Macon Speedway Saturday night. Check for updates on Maconracing.com

The Midwest Big Ten Series Street Stocks will bring some fireworks to an already competitive class. With the $1,000 prize for the season championship up for grabs, the $500 to win feature race, a dash for cash, some trophies on the line and qualifying for the dirt stock cars, it’s the biggest Street stocks event in the state this season. Terry Reed of Decatur and Bobby Beiler of Blue Mound battle for the championship, and the points fund payout extends through the top 10. There’s plenty of places up for grabs with a driver’s top eight finishes counting toward his Big Ten Series points total.

Billingsley Towing Modifieds, Sportsman, Outlaw Hornets, Stock Hornets and Beach House Mini-Sprints will also race. Gates open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7.

Bud Light Ladies Night presented by Y103 features the ladies from Pop’s Place as they hop into 4-cylinder Hornets in an effort to advance to the Bud Light Ladies Night finals in September. Michelle Perry, Karey Keller, Genny Hinton, Christine Vogel and Stephanie Keenan will attempt to join Jenny Cramer and Dana Damery of Rocco’s, Dawn Reynolds and Holly Vinson of Starship Billiards and Laurel Phipps and Brianna Livingston of Woody’s in the Bud Light Ladies Night Championship on Sept. 13. So with that many women heading to Macon Speedway, it’s a great time for the guys to make sure they get here and grab some Buds.

Head to another state fair when USAC-ARCA team up for another doubleheader as the Ted Horn 100 for USAC Silver Crown cars runs Aug. 31 under the lights at the DuQuoin State Fair before the Southern Illinois 100 for ARCA stock cars entertains race fans on Labor Day. The USAC Tony Bettenhausen 100 for Silver Crown cars has been rescheduled for Sept. 7 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. Tickets for the racing at both state fairgrounds are available by calling Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers can text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles.

 

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