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Just a reminder that Raceceivers are Mandatory for all classes at Lee County Speedway. Each driver must have a Raceceiver to compete during regular racing events.

Archive for December, 2011

PostHeaderIcon Registration open for 2012

The 2012 track registration form is available. Pleae fill it out now or before racing season begins. If you have any questions please contact Dewain Hulett at 309-331-3804 or by e-mail at promoter@leecountyspeedway.com.

To get the form click the link below.

Registration 2012

PostHeaderIcon New ownership moving forward at LCS

All five weekly classes to be sanctioned by IMCA, raceceivers to be used in 2012
Raceivers to be used next year as well
DONNELLSON, Iowa (Oct. 21, 2011) – Lee County Speedway will continue its long standing connection with IMCA under new owners Dave and Yvonne Sapp, and with that the track announces today that all five classes will be IMCA sanctioned in 2012.
This announcement means some changes will be coming to two of the classes at the 3/8th mile oval.
Of course the other three classes will remain the same, as IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars and IMCA Sport Mods are all scheduled return to the track for the 2012 season.
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PostHeaderIcon Deal reached for sale of Lee County Speedway

Sapps are new owners of Southeast Iowa 3/8th mile dirt track
DONNELLSON, Iowa – A deal was reached Thursday evening for the purchase of Lee County Speedway, Inc, which operates a weekly racing program at the Lee County Fairgrounds, in Donnellson, Iowa.
Terry and Jenni Hoenig are happy to announce that Dave and Yvonne Sapp will be the new owners of the racetrack.
For the Hoenig’s, the sale of the track ends a 14 year run as owners of the speedway, which started in 1998 after purchasing the track from Lynn Richard.

 

“It has been a great 14 years of our lives,” Terry said. “We’ve met a lot of wonderful people and made a lot of great memories. We consider everyone at the speedway family.

“We are very excited about the future of the speedway,” he added. “Not only are the new owners going to carry on great weekly racing action, but they also have some fresh ideas that will improve the racing program for racers and fans.”
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