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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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PostHeaderIcon Tonight’s races postponed

Races for tonight have been postponed to Monday July 14.

We will be live on XSAN with HDT IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, Sport Mods, Hobby Stocks, and Sport Compacts. All classes draw/redraw and track points will be awarded.

Races on July 14 will be sponsored by Golden Eagle, Morfeld Electric, and Big County 103.1. The Sprint Invader portion has been cancelled at this time.

That week will be IMCA Modified Week in Iowa with the Hogan Memorial on Sunday in Vinton, HDT in Lee County on Monday, HDT at the Southern Iowa Speedway on Tuesday, $1000 to win on Wednesday at the Southern Iowa Speedway, and HDT Harris Clash on Thursday. All shows are $1000 plus to win for 5 straight days with most other IMCA classes running most days. XSAN will be live on Monday thru Thursday.

PostHeaderIcon The THUNDER rolls in on Thursday this week!

This Thursday, we kick off our Annual Bud Night sponsored by Budweiser, Mohrfeld Electric, and Big County 103.1.  Come check out our biggest show of the year with the Sprint Invaders, XSAN IMCA Hawkeye Dirt Tour Modifieds, Stock Cars, Sport Mods, and Sport Compacts all in action.  

Last year over 1,100 people were packed just in the pits.  Over 100 cars will be in attendance trying to win Bud Night in their respective classes.

Thursday is the night to be at the Lee County if you like to watch Sprint cars or the best the Hawkeye state has to offer for IMCA Modifieds.  Hot laps at 6:45 with racing at 7:30.

Thanks to Mohrfeld Electric, Big County 103.1, and Golden Eagle Budweiser!

PostHeaderIcon THIS WEEK: Lucas Oil MLRA and Corn Belt Clash Late Models!

Lucas Oil MLRA and Corn Belt Clash Late ModelsThis Thursday and Friday is what Iowa race fans have been waiting for since it was announced this past winter. The Lucas Oil MLRA and Corn Belt Clash Late Models take to the Southern Iowa Speedway on Thursday, June 12, and Lee County Speedway on Friday, June 13, with hot laps around 6:45 and racing at 7:30. Both Late Model features will be 40 laps.

Many local drivers are planning on taking on the National traveling series. Drivers that are expected to attend are Chad Simpson, Travis Dickes, Terry Phillips, Jeremy Payne, John Anderson, Dave Eckrich, Scott Lewis, Tommy Weder Jr., Brad Looney, Bill Koons, Jason Bodenhamer, Chris Simpson, Jesse Stovall, Brian Birkhofer, Ryan Gustin, Jason Utter, Travis Dickes, Matt Furman, Rodney Sanders, Jason Feger, Spencer Diercks, Brandon Shephard, and John Anderson who are all in the top 15 in points in one or both series. Also got some info that we might see one or two of the southern Lucas Oil Late Model drivers not listed that aren’t following the other tour full time that might make the trip to Iowa since they have Iowa ties. These drivers will be racing for $5000 to win if they entered the Gamblers Challenge or the standard $3000 to win.

Also on the card is our weekly classes with their normal weekly program. No entry fee for those drivers or registration fees. Camping is available at both tracks. Lots of national media will be making their way to the Southern Iowa Speedway and Lee County Speedway this Thursday and Friday. Grandstand admission is $20 for adults, $10 for kids, and 6 and under free.

 

PostHeaderIcon Feeling adventurous?

Enter the first Eliminator Race at Lee County Speedway! Bring in your normal vehicle and race for two laps around the track against one other car. That’s right…race your street car, your daily driver, your everyday grocery-getter!

Obviously there are risks involved, so use your head! You must be licensed and insured. Helmets, neck restraints, long clothing, and gloves are absolutely required. There will be a $20 entry free and 50% payback with a trophy going to the winner in this bracket-type racing.

We’re starting it off tonight with two classes: trucks and cars.