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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.
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Archive for July, 2012

PostHeaderIcon Veloz Cashes In at the Lee County Speedway

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DONNELLSON, Iowa (July 27, 2012) – The Mohrfeld Electric $1,000 to win Modified Shootout that was rained out back on April 13th was rescheduled and ran this Friday, July 27th at the Lee County Speedway. At the end of some great racing action Milo Veloz (Budweiser IMCA Modifieds), Abe Huls (Donnellson Tire IMCA Stock Cars), Jim Gillenwater (Shottenkirk Parts Express IMCA SportMods), Jake Wenig (Coor’s Light LCS Hobby Stocks), Chase Flatt (Mod Lites) and Anthony Cassat (Sunline Auto Parts IMCA Sport Compacts) all visited victory lane.
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PostHeaderIcon July 27 in pictures

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Larry Wright was on hand again this week to take some pictures, here are a few of his shots. Hope you enjoy!

Also, point standings and race results from Friday are available as well.

PostHeaderIcon Mohrfeld Electric Night ready to fly tonight!

Mohrfeld Electric Night…..$1000 to win IMCA Mods! $200 to win IMCA Sport Compacts! Mod Lites have also been added for the first time this year. Plus normal purse for IMCA Stock Cars, IMCA Sport Mods and LCS Hobby Stocks. All classes are draw-redraw! Hope to see you all at LCS tonight! Gates open at 5:30, hot laps at 7, raicng at 730.

Should be a GREAT night for racing!

PostHeaderIcon Mod Lites added this Friday!

DONNELLSON, Iowa (July 24, 2012) РManagement at Lee County Speedway announced tonight a late addition to the line-up for racing action this weekend during Mohrfeld Electric Night.

Mod Lites will also be on the card!

Numerous Mod Lite drivers have called to see if we were running the class this weekend, so it was decided that to prevent cars from showing up at the track with no race, the class would be added. Numerous calls have been made tonight, and thanks to several members of the Mod Lite racing community, it has been verified that enough cars will make to the call for the show to be a success.

Mod Lites have not been at Lee County Speedway for several years, and with the class growing very quickly in the area, the staff at Lee County Speedway is exccited to have them at the track this Friday.

“We have wanted to find a spot for the Mod Lites, and this seems to fit in everyone’s schedule,” LCS promoter Dewain Hulett said. “We had them scheduled earlier this year, but the event was rained out. We have them on the schedule Sept. 29, but this will give the fans a little bonus racing for the $10 price this weekend.

“It will also allow for a tune-up for the drivers who plan to run the event in Sept.,” he added.

Racing action will remain on schedule with 7 p.m. hot laps and 7:30 p.m. racing. Grandstand admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and $6 for students 11-17. Children 10 and under are free. Pit passes will be $25. Also, anyone who has a purchased grandstand admission ticket from last week’s racing action can bring the ticket and get in for $5!