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Aug 03

Track Enterprises Sets Details For Lincoln Speedway Show

LincolnPOWRiCardPOWRi Midgets To Headline August 21 Event

Officials from Track Enterprises in Macon, IL have announced the details on the Lincoln Speedway event coming up on Friday, August 21.  Four divisions are planned to help kick off a huge racing weekend in central Illinois with races at the State Fair on Saturday and Sunday in addition to Macon Speedway’s Saturday night program.

The POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series and Speedway Motors Micros will be on the card in addition to the Midwest Big Ten Pro Late Models and UMP Modifieds.  The Pro Late Models were added to the card to make up for some of the rainouts that have occurred on the Big Ten schedule this season.

The August 21 show will mark the only appearance for POWRi for Lincoln Speedway during the 2015-season.  Strong fields of cars are expected with a double header weekend, as Macon Speedway hosts POWRi on Saturday.  The events are part of State Fair weekend where USAC Silver Crown competes on Saturday afternoon and ARCA races Sunday in Springfield.  Sportsman are on the card for both days.

Pits will open at Lincoln at 3:00, grandstands at 5:00, hotlaps at 6:00, and racing will begin at 7:00.  Grandstand admission is $15 for adults and free for kids 11 and under.

More information may be found at trackenterprises.com or lincolnspeedwayil.com.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.maconracing.com/2015/08/track-enterprises-sets-details-for-lincoln-speedway-show/

Aug 02

A Perfect Ten: Kerbystrong 100 at Macon Speedway

(Macon, IL)–Macon Speedway honored the late Kerby Damery, a Macon native and former Macon Speedway track champion, with a trifecta of racing classes in which Damery raced during his longtime career. Damery was honored with a total of 100 laps with 50 in the UMP Super Late Model class, and 25 laps each for the Billingsley Towing Modifieds and the Sportsman.

Damery’s most recognized trophy class was the Late Model division where he was the track champion in 2004, in addition to claiming Budweiser Shootout wins in 1998 & 2001. 34 Late Models were signed in, the most in a long time for that division.

The 50-lap feature for the Late Models featured back and forth action with Dave Crawley, Jr. and Scott Schmitt. Crawley lost control of the lead on lap 37 when a lapped car slowed Crawley and Schmitt took the top spot and started to pull away. Crawley pulled into the infield during a caution on lap 40 and did not return. Schmitt, of Tonica, dominated the final ten laps and cruised to the victory. How fitting for the Late Model feature winner to use the same number as Kerby Damery, #10.

Dennis Vandermeersch, a firefighter from Springfield, took the win in the Sportsman 25-lapper. He was second-fiddle to Jeremy Nichols until Nichols pulled into the infield with a lap to go. Vandermeersch was more than excited to win and thanked the Damery family and Kerbystrong for bringing the event to Macon Speedway. “I raced a lot of races with Kerby Damery and he was a class-act, clean racer, and we had a lot of fun.” Damery was a Sportsman track champion in 1990.

Damery raced in the Billingsley Towing Modifieds for a brief time in his career and the Kerbystrong event honored him with a 25-lap event, which was won by Dave Crawley, Jr. Crawley got a front row assignment and took off early and often to lead all laps and score the victory.

Greg Osman was awarded the Street Stock feature win amid a wild and crazy finish with Terry Reed.  The two drivers collided on the exit of turn four, pushing the Osman car into the wall.  Reed was penalized a spot and placed second.

Garrett Duff made it a sweep in the Beach House Mini Sprints as he won the heat and the 15-lap feature.

Adam Webb returned to victory lane in the 4-cylinder Hornet class with a pass on Mike Eskew following a caution lap.

The evening started with Damery’s widow Nikki speaking proudly of her husband’s battle with cancer which took his life in February. The jam-packed bleachers wore orange shirts, which was the favorite color of Damery.

Late Models–1. Scott Schmitt (Tonica), 2. Brian Diveley (Springfield), 3. Guy Taylor (Springfield), 4. Ryan Little (Pleasant Plains), 5. Steve Lance, Jr. (Cuba), 6. Chuck Mitchell (Jacksonville), 7. Jim Moon (New Florence, MO.), 8. Joseph Hughes (Pleasant Plains), 9. Jake Little (Pleasant Plains), 10. Kyle Hammer (Clinton)

Billingsley Towing Modifieds–1. Dave Crawley, Jr. (Decatur), 2. Curt Rhodes (Langleyville), 3. Rodney Standerfer (Germantown), 4. TD Burger (Saunemin), 5. Jeff Graham (Taylorville), 6. Wes O’Dell (Springfield), 7. Guy Taylor (Springfield), 8. Russ Coultas (Bluffs), 9. Alan Crowder (Elwin), 10. Nick Macklin (Argenta)

Sportsman–1. Dennis Vandermeersch (Springfield), 2. Timmy Dick (Monticello), 3. Danny Smith (Argenta), 4. Tom Graham (Stonington), 5. Wes O’Dell (Springfield), 6. Tim Bedinger (Taylorville), 7. Scott Landers (Taylorville), 8. Jeremy Nichols (Shelbyville), 9. Dave Eckel (Lovington), 10. Phil Moreland (Assumption)

Street Stocks–1. Greg Osman (Macon), 2. Terry Reed (Decatur), 3. Kyle Waters (Oreana), 4. Jeffrey Reed, Jr. (Blue Mound), 5. Josh Bourland, 6. Dustin Reed (Decatur), 7. Larry Russell, Jr. (Harristown), 8. Tharen Reno (Springfield), 9. Shawn Vaughn (Loami), 10. Kevin Lewis

Beach House Mini Sprints–1. Garrett Duff, 2. Evan Weyant, 3. Jeff Beasley, 4. Bailey Goldesberry, 5. Tyler Duff, 6. Daniel Malpocker, 7. Dalton Petty

Hornets–1. Adam Webb, 2. Thad Gee, 3. Jerad Matherly, 4. John Bright, Jr., 5. Mike Eskew, 6. Austin Wickline, 7. Marty Sullivan, 8. Terry Myers, 9. Mike McChristy, 10. Cook Crawford

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Aug 01

It’s KERBYSTRONG 100 Day In Macon!!

IT’S RACE DAY! A VERY SPECIAL race day is upon us with the KerbyStrong 100. The ‪#‎KerbyStrong100‬ is an event to remember a great driver and even better person in Kerby Damery who left this world FAR too soon due to cancer. We aim to help raise awareness in a way that would make Kerby smile, by slingin’ some dirt.

Racing are the Midwest Big Ten Series DIRTcar UMP Super Late Models for 50 lap feature paying $2,000 to win/$250 to start ($100 bonus to highest Pro(Crate) Late Model in feature)

Billingsley BP Service Center & Towing UMP Modifieds 25 lap feature $700 to win ($50 to highest B-Mod in feature)

UMP Sportsman 25 lap $600 to win feature

Also racing are the UMP Street Stocks, UMP Hornets, & Beach House 600cc Winged Outlaw Micros

Pits Open at 4 PM
Grandstands open at 5 PM
Hot Laps at 6 PM
Racing at 7 PM

Adult Admission $15
Children 11& Under FREE

More info about the racing program can be found at www.maconracing.com

More information about ‪#‎KerbyStrong‬ can be found at www.kerbystrong.com

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Jul 30

KerbySTRONG 100 honors man’s passion for life while fighting cancer

Damery FamilySpecial From Herald & Review…

MACON – Never a man to go slow, even in death Kerby Damery’s passion for life will continue with a race benefiting cancer patients.

“Live life, don’t just go through it!” was one of his many expressions and now the motto for the namesake KerbySTRONG Foundation.

“(Because) once you’re hit with the devastation of cancer you live stronger,” said his wife of 23 years Nikki Damery.

This Saturday, the foundation is hosting the KerbySTRONG 100 Race at the Macon Speedway, Damery’s hometown track where he raced for the checkered flag throughout his life.

Kerby Damery died Feb. 8 at the age of 49 after an eight-year battle with cancer. He was diagnosed with appendix cancer in 2007, but never lost his positive attitude through years of surgeries and cancer treatments.

“That was Kerby,” Damery said. “He never complained he was always uplifting and always liked to make people laugh.”

After being diagnosed, Damery was determined to continue racing and did so during off treatments, driving his late model series car, that bears the number 10. But his passion eventually became too much of a risk and his last race was in 2010. After that, he wouldn’t even go out and watch.

“That was the hardest part for Kerby that he loved racing and he didn’t want to let that go,” Nikki Damery said.

Macon Speedway owner Bob Sargent was glad to help Kerby Damery return to his hometown track again when Nikki Damery approached him about hosting a fundraiser race.

“It’s an honor to promote the KerbySTRONG 100 Race to remember a good friend and special race car driver,” Sargent said.

He said Damery had a lot of friends in the racing community who will participate this weekend.

“We think a lot of racers will want to be involved with this,” Sargent said.

The KerbySTRONG 100 is both a way to remember Damery and help those still battling cancer by raising money to assist patients with treatment costs and funding a new position to help patients navigate the treatment process. Part of its mission is to promote cancer awareness and screening opportunities.

“We want people like cars, to keep your body tuned up and maintain annual checkups,” Damery said.

Dr. James Wade, one of the oncologists who treated Kerby Damery at the Cancer Care Center of Decatur, said groups like Kerby Strong are part of a larger team of advocates raising awareness one event at a time. This event in particular helps reach a new audience.

“It is a little bit more rural and you’re going to be bringing people in from other counties,” Wade said. “Every bit of outreach gets more people into the fold.”

Wade said in a population Decatur’s size, out of every 100 people screened for cancer, two to five of them will be saved by catching it early. Since appendix cancer is rare, there is no screening for it, but Wade said Kerby’s foundation has recognized the importance of screenings for cancers that can be caught early such as breast, cervix, lung and colon.

He pointed to decreased colon cancer rates as an example of successful, long term awareness efforts. In the past decade, advanced cases of colon cancer dropped about 27 percent. However, Wade said awareness of cancer screenings are crucial because a third of people who should be getting screened for colon cancer still are not.

“Every group that gets the message out pushes the awareness farther into the community,” he said.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.maconracing.com/2015/07/kerbystrong-100-honors-mans-passion-for-life-while-fighting-cancer/

Jul 28

KERBYSTRONG 100 Coming To Macon Speedway Saturday Huge Event Honors Former Racer Kerby Damery

late model win with boys             Macon Speedway is known for keeping the schedule fresh with plenty of big events and not too many are bigger than the one scheduled for this coming Saturday, August 1.  The KERBYSTRONG 100 is on tap, with specials for the Big Ten Super Late Models, Billingsley Towing Modifieds, and Sportsman.  The event is held in honor of the late, Kerby Damery, a former racer at the 1/5-mile speedplant.

Damery was born and raised in Macon, IL and started racing at the age of 21.  In 1990, Damery won the Sportsman championship at Macon Speedway.  Later in his career, Damery moved into the Late Model division, where he won the 2004 championship.  Numerous other feature victories and accolades came throughout his illustrious career.

Unfortunately in 2007, Damery was diagnosed with Stage IV Appendix Cancer.  Damery lived life to its fullest up until his death in February of this year at the age of 49.  In his memory, his family has created this race night to raise funds to provide immediate assistance to qualified patients with cancer who need support while undergoing cancer treatments.  Numerous sponsors have stepped forward to help with the huge event and proceeds will benefit local cancer patients.

Saturday’s event, known as the KERBYSTRONG 100, will feature special events and extra pay in the Midwest Big Ten Super Late Models, Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds, and UMP Sportsman.  The Super Late Model event will run 50 laps for $2,000 to win, the Modifieds will go 25 laps for $700, and the Sportsman will race for $600 in their 25 lap event.  Street Stocks, Hornets, and the Beach House Micros will also compete.

Pit gates will open at 4:00, general admission gates at 5:00, hotlaps will begin at 6:00 when the pill draw ends, and racing action will begin at 7:00.  Admission prices are $15 for adults and free for children 11 and under.

More info may be found at www.maconracing.com.

CURRENT MACON SPEEDWAY POINTS

Midwest Big Ten Super Late Models (Top 10)
1)
Brian Dively-Springfield, IL 210 2)Chuck Mitchell-Jacksonville, IL 174 3)Ryan Little-Springfield, IL 150 4)Greg Kimmins-Pleasant Plains, IL 126 5)Jake Little-Springfield, IL 100 6)Mark Burgtorf-Quincy, IL 96 7)Daryn Klein-Collinsville, IL 94 8)Danny Smith-Argenta, IL 92 9)Jim Moon-Zionsville, IN 88 10)Lance Johnson- Kenney, IL 86

Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds (Top 10)
1)
Rodney Standerfer-Germantown, IL 626 2)Jeff Graham-Stonington, IL 566 3) Curt Rhodes-Decatur, IL 514 4)Clark Robertson-Shelbyville, IL 490 5)Joe Strawkas-Buffalo, IL 394 5)TD Burger-Saunemin, IL 394 7)Randy Spaugh-Decatur, IL 374 8) Tim Luttrell- Riverton, IL 310 9)Rick Hamilton-Decatur, IL 304 10) David Crawley, Jr.-Decatur, IL 288

UMP Sportsman (Top 10)
1) Jeremy Nichols-Shelbyville, IL 176 2)Timmy Dick-Monticello, IL 170 3)Tim Bedinger-Taylorville, IL 160 4)Tom Graham-Stonington, IL 152 5)Phil Moreland-Assumption, IL 148 6)Danny Smith-Argenta, IL 112 7)Tyler Blankenship-Vandalia, IL  8) Ty Nation-Taylorville, IL 94 9)Dennis Vandermeersch-Springfield, IL 56 9)Doug Nevill-Springfield, IL 56

UMP Street Stocks (Top 10)
1)Terry Reed-Decatur, Il 628 2)Kyle Waters-Oreana, IL 578 3)Brian Dasenbrock-Decatur, IL 558 4)Greg Osman-Macon, IL 522 5)Jason Scrimpsher-Decatur, IL 506 6)Jeffery Reed, Jr.-Blue Mound, IL 466 7) Bobby Beiler-Blue Mound, IL 398 8)Tharen Reno-Springfield, IL 396 9)Terry Reed, Sr.-Decatur, IL 336 10)Nick Justice-Harristown, IL 318

UMP Hornets (Top 10)
1)Adam Webb-Decatur, IL 518 1)John Bright, Jr.-Decatur, IL 518 3)Thad Gee-Bloomington, IL 452 4)Steven Stine-Stonington, IL 442 5) Matthew Reed-Blue Mound, IL 394Michael 6) Gossett-Decatur, IL 376  7)Cook Crawford-Lincoln, IL 374 8)Marty Sullivan-Decatur, IL 312 9)Austin Wickline-Harristown, IL 306 10)Jeremy Reed-Decatur, IL 292

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Jul 27

KERBYSTRONG 100 Coming This Saturday Night

KerbyKERBYSTRONG 100 THIS SATURDAY @ Macon Speedway

Big Ten Super Late Models 50 Laps – $2,000 To Win
Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds 25 Laps – $700 To Win
UMP Sportsman – 25 Laps – $600 To Win

+ Street Stocks, Hornets, & Beach House Micros

Pits Open – 4:00
Grandstands – 5:00
Hotlaps – 6:00
Racing – 7:00

Adult Admission $15/Children 11 & Under FREE

Permanent link to this article: http://www.maconracing.com/2015/07/kerbystrong-100-coming-this-saturday-night/

Jul 25

Jones Claims MOWA Win With Macon Speedway Photo Finish

(Macon, IL)–One time per season, the MOWA sprint cars come to Macon Speedway during the Illinois Sprint Week and the 410 winged sprint cars put on an amazing show this past Saturday night.

Cory Bruns of Lincoln was set to have a great race in the 25-lap A-Main feature event. Leading through the opening nine laps, he was slowed by lapped cars and was passed by dash winner Adam Jones and in his attempt to regain the lead in the fourth turn, Bruns spun out and the caution flag came out. Jones took off with the lead and was chased down by Parker Price-Miller, who got the lead with the slide job in the fourth turn of the 13th lap. Jones would once again bounce back in the lead on the white flag lap and coming from the fourth turn Price-Miller performed another slide job but could not make it hold as a side-by-side finish would go to Jones from Wright City, Mo.

Terry Reed of Decatur continues to dominate the Street Stock class at Macon Speedway. Starting in the second row, Reed made the pass for the lead on Brian Dasenbrock on the sixth lap and was hounded all the way to checkered flag by Greg Osman, Bobby Beiler and Kyle Waters. Reed, who won the feature race Wednesday evening at the Christian County Fair 25-lap special feature, grabbed his second checkered flag of the week.

Another dominator in divisions has been Rodney Standerfer in the Billingsley Towing Modifieds. Getting a front row starting spot and a short challenge from polesitter TD Burger, Standerfer took off and won by a quarter of a lap over Burger and Curt Rhodes snatched third from Chad Evans at the finish line.

Jeremy Nichols got his first Sportsman feature win of 2015. He was runner up to Timmy Dick but by the fourth lap, Dick was caught up in the cushion of mud near the wall of the second turn and stalled out to bring out the yellow flag. Nichols drove away and got his second checkered flag of the week after winning the 25-lap feature Wednesday night in Taylorville.

In the 4-cylinder Hornets, newcomer Rickey Carriker jumped in the lead and flew away from the field to take the feature race win. Brian Deavers got close but ran out of laps before being able to catch Carriker.

Macon Speedway hosted a series race for the Illinois Lightning Sprint Series and Andy Baugh was on the gas from the green flag to win both the heat and the 15-lap feature race.

The inaugural KerbyStrong100 starts the month of August at Macon Speedway with a special $2,000-to-win Super Late Model 50-lapper with $700-to-win for the Billingsley Towing Modifieds and $600-to-win for the Sportsman division as the track honors the memory of former driver Kerby Damery, who passed away in February due to cancer. Street Stocks, Hornets and the Beach House Mini Sprints will also make up the full show.

MOWA Sprints–1. Adam Jones (Wright City, Mo.), 2. Parker Price-Miller (Kokomo, In.), 3. Brady Bacon (Broken Arrow, Ok.), 4. Jake Blackhurst (Hanna City, Il.), 5. Jim Moughan (Springfield, Il.), 6. Chris Urish (Elkhart, Il.), 7. Logan Faucon (Elkhart, Il.), 8. AJ Bruns (Lincoln, Il.), 9. Paul Nienhiser (Chapin, Il.), 10. Ben Waggoner (Emden, Il.)

Billingsley Towing Modifieds–1. Rodney Standerfer (Germantown), 2. TD Burger (Saunemin), 3. Curt Rhodes (Langleyville), 4. Chad Evans (Mattoon), 5. Guy Taylor (Springfield), 6. Nick Macklin (Argenta), 7. Alan Crowder (Elwin), 8. Norm Wood (Sullivan), 9. Tim Luttrell (Riverton), 10. Joe Strawkas (Buffalo)

Sportsman–1. Jeremy Nichols (Shelbyville), 2. Danny Smith (Argenta), 3. Tim Bedinger (Taylorville), 4. Phil Moreland (Assumption), 5. Tyler Blankenship (Vandalia), 6. Timmy Dick (Monticello), 7. Tom Graham (Stonington), 8. James Bedinger (Taylorville)

Street Stocks–1. Terry Reed (Decatur), 2. Greg Osman (Macon), 3. Bobby Beiler (Blue Mound), 4. Kyle Waters (Oreana), 5. Jason Scrimpsher (Decatur), 6. Brian Dasenbrock (Decatur), 7. John Farris (Marquette Heights), 8. Jeffrey Reed, Jr. (Blue Mound), 9. Jake Montgomery (East Peoria), 10. Randy Billingsley (East Peoria)

Hornets–1. Rickey Carriker (Wood River), 2. Brian Deavers (Bloomington), 3. John Bright, Jr. (Decatur), 4. Thad Gee (Bloomington), 5. Steven Stine (Blue Mound), 6. Cook Crawford (Lincoln), 7. Matthew Reed (Blue Mound)

Illinois Lightning Sprint Series–1. Andy Baugh (Mason City), 2. Austin Archdale (Springfield), 3. Robbie McQuin (Springfield), 4. Jed Ross (Havana), 5. Brandon Smith (Mason City), 6. Brett Davis (Auburn), 7. Chase McDermond (Springfield), 8. Jacob Sollenberger (Canton), 9. AJ Hill (Peoria), 10. Dave Baugh (Mason City)

Permanent link to this article: http://www.maconracing.com/2015/07/4041/

Jul 25

MOWA Winged Sprint Cars Ready To Take On Macon Tonight!

Event Order – July 25, 2015

 MOWA Sprints

4:00 – Pit Gates Open

5:00 – Spectator Gates Open

6:00 – Hot Laps

6:58 – National Anthem

7:00 – Heat Races

Street Stocks

Billingsley Towing Modifieds

Sportsman

MOWA Sprints

Illinois Lightning Sprints

Hornets

Consolation races, if necessary

Intermission

Feature Races

Street Stocks

Billingsley Towing Modifieds

Sportsman

MOWA Sprints

Illinois Lightning Sprint Series

Hornets

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Jul 23

B-Mods Offered $50 Billingsley Towing Bonus At Macon Speedway

With the B-Modifieds being a relatively new division to Macon Speedway, a light schedule was put together for the 2015 season. As the race season reaches the mid part of summer a $50 bonus has been offered to the highest finishing B-mod when they opt to race with the Billingsley Towing Modifieds.

Billingsley Towing and Macon Speedway thought it would be a good to give to the B-Mod division especially since they don’t have any regular events scheduled for the next few weeks. So any legal B-Mod that would like to race will be eligible for the bonus. Macon Speedway asks that all B-Mod cars place the letter B on the driver’s side pillar or in the corner of the roof by the driver’s side to help officials distinguish the B-Mod cars in attendance.

The Billingsley Towing Modifieds race this Saturday Night July 25 with MOWA Sprints, Street Stocks, Sportsman, Hornets, and the Illinois Lightning Sprint Series.

Pits will open Saturday at 4:00, grandstands at 5:00, hotlaps will begin at 6:00 shortly after the pill draw ends and racing will begin at 7:00.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway online at www.maconracing.com, on 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 date rates 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. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night, plus many weeknight specials.

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Jul 21

MOWA Wing Sprint Cars Make Their Only Appearance At Macon Speedway Saturday Night

Macon Speedway will host its only 410 Winged Sprint Car event this Saturday Night July 25th. The MOWA sprint cars weigh 1600 lbs and boast 410 cubic inch motors fueled by methanol producing upwards of 850 horsepower. Combine the weight to horsepower ratio and the tight tricky 1/5 mile of Macon Speedway and you’re sure to see impressive wheel to wheel racing action.

The stop at Macon Speedway is part of Illinois Sprint Week. With the tour running 4 different tracks in 4 days, Macon will be day three for the Sprint Week Tour as they also run Quincy Raceway on Thursday, Tri City Speedway Friday and Jacksonville Speedway on Sunday. The Series has produced 7 different winners in 8 races this season and the drivers are excited about four straight days of racing on the tour.

Also racing this Saturday Night will be the Billingsley Towing Modifieds, Street Stocks, Sportsman, Hornets, and the Illinois Lightning Sprint Series. General admission is $18 for adults, with children 11 and under admitted free of charge.

Pits will open Saturday at 4:00, grandstands at 5:00, hotlaps will begin at 6:00 shortly after the pill draw ends and racing will begin at 7:00.

Don’t forget to sign the kids up for the Great Go Kart Giveaway. Macon Speedway will be giving away two go karts on Saturday September, 19th. Kids can pre-qualify every Saturday night at the speedway. Just stop by the souvenir stand to enter!

For more information, follow Macon Speedway online at www.maconracing.com, on 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 date rates 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. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night, plus many weeknight specials.

CURRENT MACON SPEEDWAY POINTS

Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds (Top 10)
1)
Rodney Standerfer-Germantown, IL 566 2)Jeff Graham-Stonington, IL 534 3)Clark Robertson-Shelbyville, IL 460 4)Curt Rhodes-Decatur, IL 458 5)Joe Strawkas-Buffalo, IL 352 6)Randy Spaugh-Decatur, IL 338 7)TD Burger-Saunemin, IL 336 8)Rick Hamilton-Decatur, IL 304 9)David Crawley, Jr.-Decatur, IL 288 10)Tim Luttrell- Riverton, IL 266

UMP Street Stocks (Top 10)
1)Terry Reed-Decatur, Il 568 2)Kyle Waters-Oreana, IL 524 3)Brian Dasenbrock-Decatur, IL 508 4)Greg Osman-Macon, IL 5)Jason Scrimpsher-Decatur, IL 454 6)Jeffery Reed, Jr.-Blue Mound, IL 420 7)Tharen Reno-Springfield, IL 386 8)Bobby Beiler-Blue Mound, IL 342 9)Nick Justice-Harristown, IL 318 10)Terry Reed, Sr.-Decatur, IL 300

UMP Hornets (Top 10)
1)Adam Webb-Decatur, IL 518 2)John Bright, Jr.-Decatur, IL 462 3)Thad Gee-Bloomington, IL 398 4)Steven Stine-Stonington, IL 390 5)Michael Gossett-Decatur, IL 376 6)Matthew Reed-Blue Mound, IL 346 7)Cook Crawford-Lincoln, IL 324 8)Marty Sullivan-Decatur, IL 312 9)Austin Wickline-Harristown, IL 306 10)Jeremy Reed-Decatur, IL 292

UMP Sportsman (Top 10)
1)Timmy Dick-Monticello, IL 120 2)Jeremy Nichols-Shelbyville, IL 116 5)Tom Graham-Stonington, IL 104 4)Tim Bedinger-Taylorville, IL 104 5)Ty Nation-Taylorville, IL 94 6)Phil Moreland-Assumption, IL 94 7)Doug Nevill-Springfield, IL 56 8)Dennis Vandermeersch-Springfield, IL 56 9)Danny Smith-Argenta, IL 54 10)Dave Eckel-Lovington, IL 48

UMP B-Mods (Top 10)
1)James Farley, III-Springfield, IL 254 1)Thomas Riech-Springfield, IL 254 3)Ryan Timmons-Centralia, IL 208 4)Dave Eckel-Lovington, IL 190 5)Roy MaGee, II-Springfield, IL 174 6)Wade Glover-Brighton, IL 172 7)Tim Bedinger-Taylorville, Il 154 8)Steve Phillips-Neoga, IL 148 9)Eric Brackett-Brighton, IL 142 10)Justin Durbin-Mulberry Grove, IL 118

UMP Pro Late Models (Top 10)
1)
Tommy Sheppard, Jr.-Berlin, IL 320 2)Guy Taylor-Springfield, IL 294 3)Kevin Crowder-Argenta, IL 268 4)Bobby Beiler-Blue Mound, IL 232 5)Victor Overlin-Decatur, IL 218 6)Braden Johnson-Stonington, IL 204 7)Robin Huffman Clinton, IL 198 8)Dakota Ewing-Decatur, IL 190 9)Matt Taylor-Springfield, IL 184 10)Shawn Ziemer-Boody, IL 166

UMP Super Late Models (Top 10)
1)
Brian Diveley-Springfield, IL 110 1)Ryan Little-Springfield, IL 110 3)Chuck Mitchell-Jacksonville, IL 104 4)David Crawley JR.-Decatur, IL 94 5)Danny Smith Argenta, IL 92 6)Lance Johnson-Kenny IL 86 7)Jake Little-Springfield, IL 84 8)Bobby Beiler-Blue Mound, IL 82 9)Joseph Hughes-Springfield, IL 58 10)Bobby Dauderman- Alhambra, IL 56

Beach House Micros (Top 10)
1)
Jeff Beasley-Urbana, IL 60 2)Eric Shelton-Decatur, IL 50 3)Tony Clifton-Decatur, IL 40 3)Michael Brummitt-Mt Zion, IL 40 3)Garrett Duff-Weldon, IL 40 6)Evan Weyant-Sherman, IL 30 6)Bailey Goldesberry-Springfield, IL 30 6)Steve Finn- Collinsivell, IL 30 6)Tyler King-Decatur, IL 30 6)Brian Nance-Mayfield, KY 30

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