The second season under the ownership of Jackie Green kicks off this coming Saturday night, March 5th with a full card of championship sprints, injected sprints, e-sprints, USRA sanctioned modifieds, super stocks, factory stocks, mini stocks and fwd.
Below are things to remember for almost every division as far as rules are concerned:
Modified Drivers: Anyone that does not buy a USRA
license will only receive 85 percent of the purse.
No free passes. Cars that are NOT legal will
receive NO money for that nights winnings. If they come back the following week
(ONLY) they will receive money for that nights
winnings. If found illegal a second time, NO points, NO money and
500 points will be taken away.
Anyone racing is more than one class must buy a
pit pass for each class. If caught not buying an extra pit pass will result in
NO points or money.
All 4-wheelers in the pits MUST have car number
the are associated with displayed and visible.
If pay is NOT picked up in two weeks, money will
be forfeited. NO pay will be mailed.
Super Stocks are the same as Brill Motor Speedway
Creek County Speedway is an authorized Hoosier
Injected sprints (366 C.I.) must have injectors
on it. Large wings allowed.
Factory stock pay has been increased to $225 for
first place and $150 for second.
This event will be the first official USRA points race in the modified division for the 2011 race season. With Creek, Ada, Meeker, Outlaw and Salina all running USRA rules on their modifieds, a good shot at picking up that series state championship is up to you.
Sprint car fans, you have three different divisions competing there on this night and most nights while the track looks to go to a rotating schedule with all divisions. There are no other sprint car races scheduled for the area this weekend so get out and support this show. Gates open at noon and racing starts at 4:00 PM.
The first big special at the quarter mile track takes place on May 21st with the SMRS midgets coming to town with the injected, champ and e-sprints also competing as support divisions.
For the first time ever the Show Me Racing late model series will come to town on June 11th while the SMP modified speedweek hits the track on Sunday night, July 17th.
Weekly racing action will run from March 5th until October 29th.
For more information on this and all other things Creek County Speedway, click on their track ad and check out their website.
Again don't forget, next Saturday night kicks off the 2011 race season at Creek County Speedway in Kellyville!