Friday, Oct 6th
Mods $700, St.Stocks $1,000, 4-Cylinders $1,000, Micros $500 & Jr. Sprints
UMP National Point Champion will be crowned Friday Night for St. Stocks & 4-Cylinders
***Final night for UMP Points****
Revised Schedule for classes:
UMP DirtCar National Championship Factory Stocks (TCS Street Stocks) $1,000
UMP DirtCar National Championship Sport Compacts $1,000
Micros $500 (New 1/5 mile)
Jr. Sprints (New 1/5 mile)
Gen Adm $12
Kids 12 & Under FREE
Gates open at 5:30
Pit Pass $30
Kids Pit Pass ages 12 & Under $15
Gates open at 5:00… Read More
13th Annual Summit Racing Equipment & A ONE Towing Modified Mania has grown over the past years with this years Purse and Contingencies reaching over $115,000 with a full purse and full program each day.
This year’s event adds 2 more starting positions to the “A” main each night for the Modifieds with now 26th starters taking the green.
Payout of the 3 days is one of the Highest ever for UMP Modifieds
Thursday $3,000…Friday $4,000…Saturday $5,000 ($300 to start each day).
UMP Late Models purse paying Thursday $2,000..Friday $2,500…Saturday $3,000
Group qualifying each day for both classes
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BRAD YOTTER MEMORIAL — LM/Mods/B-Mods/4 Cylinders/St. Stocks $500 to win also racing!
Pontoon Beach, IL (July 27th, 2017) – Overnight rain and persistent showers this morning has forced Tri-City Speedway to cancel tonight’s Illinois Sprint Week event that featured the MOWA Sprint Car Series as well as UMP DIRTcar Late Models. The event will not be rescheduled.
The event for Friday, July 28th featuring UMP Modifieds $1,000, B-Mods $1,000, UMP 4-Cylinders $300 and Street Stocks is still on as scheduled!… Read More
St. Louis, MO (July 19th, 2017) – This weekend’s action at Tri-City Speedway, Belle-Clair Speedway and Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 have been canceled due to a multiple-day excessive heat advisory for the St. Louis area.
From the National Weather Service St. Louis Office: “A major heat wave is expected to unfold on Tuesday and then grip the area through Saturday. Dangerous levels of heat are forecast with the most oppressive conditions occurring Thursday through Saturday when highs will range from 99 to 105 degrees, and afternoon/early evening heat index values will be from 105-115. The St. … Read More