Rules, Announcements ... and More.

The Season Begins! Yeah, a little snow is still on the ground (hasn't it be just a lovely winter?) but Saturday, April 19th, marks the opening of the racing season. Racing begins as close to 7:30 as we can make it with the pit gates opening about 4:30 and the main stands opening at 5PM. Front gate adult admission will be $12 on 'regular nights' and $15 on 'special nights.' Kids will remain at $5. A season grandstand pass can be obtained for $220. Pit passes remain at $25. In probably the best deal of the year, a family pass for two adults and two kids is only $25! If you have questions you can drop me an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can call the office at 989.235.5200.

When I sent out the email blast to tell people that practice had been cancelled, I got roughly 20 emails bounces. If your email has changed, drop me a note. Please tell me what it was and what it is now. Thanks!

SPECIAL NOTICE!!!!
It probably won't come as a surprise to you after the winter we've had but the extended forecast says the endless winter and its cold weather won't abate until almost June. After careful consultation amongst the Ron and the staff, after the first night of racing, start time will move to 7PM to help get everyone home before the 'really' cold weather hits at night. Please come prepared during Test and Tune to finish your registrations and such to help speed things up for opening night.

Starting on the second night, drivers and their cars must be checked no later than 5:45PM. Due to the tight time schedule, you may only 'call in - check in' once a month. Opening night, we will start as soon as possible, trying to maybe start before 7:30 on opening night. We hope this will help keep the fans in the stands as long as possible. In June, the start time will revert to 7:30PM.

Unfortunately, front gate admission prices will rise to $12 on 'regular nights' and $15 on 'special nights.' Kids will remain at $5. A season grandstand pass can be obtained for $220. Pit passes remain at $25. In probably the best deal of the year, a family pass for two adults and two kids is only $25!

I have received draft versions of the revised versions of the the Pro Truck rules, Street Stock rules, and the Pro Stock rules.

As announced at the banquet, there is a new rule for the Pro Trucks:

OPTIONAL TRANSMISSION RULE Bert type transmissions will be allowed. If a Bert type transmission is used, you must add an additional 50 lbs on each side in front of the engine plate. Weight may be adjusted for competitive quality. NO BALL SPLINE TRANSMISSIONS WILL BE PERMITTED.

If you can't make it to the track, you can use our exclusive DVR option to see all of the LIVE action or see the replay immediately after the race by visiting this page and then using the slider bar to jump around by visiting this LINK

Special thanks to our long time partners,Engine Pro and ARP for their continued support in bringing you live coverage of the race night events. If you haven't filled out your "Pay Dirt" application from Engine Pro, now is a good time to do so! CLICK HERE for info!


For those that intend to have minors entering the pits, here is the minor release form to have pre-filled out. PLEASE NOTE! "Legal" people say you need to do one of two things. Fill it out and have it notarized or fill it out but don't sign it until you are at the track so track officials can countersign it. Other forms will be posted here shortly.

 

June 23, 2012


  With 36 PRW IMCA modifides in the house positioning in the "b" would be at a premium as only 8 cars outside the top twelve in points would have a shot to make the feature

Feature Winner IMCA Mods - June 23, 2012
 

In the first heat Johnny Deyoung Jr.would pull out to a large early lead and hold on to win over Brody Bowser and Jerry Hunt. In heat two patience paid off for Chad Mauer who was on top over Josh Borton and Tim Tuttle. In the third heat Myron Deyoung made his way around George Weese and would not look back. Wease held on to second and Dan Wiggins was third while in the final heat it was the Portland, Mi native Buzz Lawrence victorious over Armond Holley and Ken Zeigler. With two twelve lap last chance races, and only four moving on from each, all of the competitors in these races would have one goal in mind, put as much distance as they can between them and the one behind them. Josh Borton was able to do just that in the first race as he was able to hold off Tim Tuttle and Clifford Denman. In the final LCQ of the night Milt Montgomery, Johnny Deyoung Jr, and Dan Wiggins made up the top three. For the 25 lap feature Brody Bowser would start on the front row and lead the first third of the race while Jerry Hunt and Paul Grosnickle would work on finding a way around him. As laps would go by it was obvious that the strongest competition that bowser would see would be the defending champion AJ Ward and championship contender Chad Wernette. Bowser took the green flag with five laps to go an Wernette dove to the bottom. Securing the spot going into turn 1, Chad would hold on and take home the checkered flag over Bowser and AJ Ward rounding out the top three.

         
Modifieds      
Pos Car No Driver Points  
1 615 Chad Wernette 402  
2 90V Robert Hutson 384  
3 7D Myron DeYoung 361  
4 776 Rusty Zeigler 348  
5 76 Greg Wiles 343  
6 20W A.J. Ward 330  
6 54M Chad Maurer 330  
8 8 Jerry Hunt 313  
8 776K Ken Zeigler 313  
10 21 Glen Moon 285  
11 78 Brody Bowser 283  
12 11 Mike Shanteau 276  
13 28 Paul Grosnickle 272  
14 0M,42W Milt Montgomery 270  
15 111 Josh Borton 262  
16 55 Armond Holley, Jr. 217  
17 84 Tim Tuttle 206  
18 19F Joe Fowler 200  
19 8H Brennen Hunt (R) 199  
20 87 Robert Putt 190  

 

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