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PostHeaderIcon Late Models Tonight 5/5

Tonight is one of the biggest Late Model Shows this season. All the locals plus several touring drives will be present (listed below). If you only go to one show this year this is the one you don’t want to miss.

MLRA Lates Models will compete for $3,000 to WIN and LCS Crate Late Models $1000 to WIN.

Drivers that are going to be in attendance tonight include Ray Guss Jr, Tad Pospisil, Earl Pearson Jr, Denny & Dave Eckrich, Terry Phillips, Mark Burgtorf,  Denny Woodworth, Justin Kay, Chris Simpson, Jay Johnson, Jason Utter & many, many more.

Hot Laps 6:45, Races 7:15

PostHeaderIcon 5/5 Thursday LATE MODELS

The Thunder will roar Thursday night 5/5 at Lee County Speedway and this week without rain. The Lucas Oil Midwest Latemodel Racing Association MLRA Late Models will be in action for $3000 to WIN along with the Lee County Crate Late Models for $1000 to WIN.

There are several Open Late Model Series running in the area on Friday and Saturday night and many of those drivers will be at Lee County Speedway Thursday night. Don’t miss your chance to see one of the biggest and fastest shows of the season.

The new rules opening up the IMCA Late Models will see more cars and closer racing.

PostHeaderIcon April 29th Rained Out

The races for today have been cancelled. It’s just to wet. Next race is this Thursday night with the Lucas Oil MLRA Late Models. All classes extra money on the line. $1000 to win Lee County Late Models, $500 to win Mods, $400 to win Stock Cars and Sport Mods, and $200 to win Sport Compacts. All classes draw redraw with track points in effect. Hot laps at 645

PostHeaderIcon Hobby Stocks Days May be Numbered

Lee County Speedway announced today that due to the low car count in the Hobby Stock class unless numbers increase they will be discontinued for the remainder of the season. Track Manager Brian Gaylord said “We would like to see the class continue but we must have at least 6 cars per night to justify racing them. Not only is cost a factor but 3 or 4 cars is not much of a show for our fans”. Gaylord stated that he has received calls from several racers stating their cars are not ready yet but he has set a 3 week deadline for the class.

Questions or Comments about this should be directed to Brian Gaylord.