All Stars vs. NCRA Ready for Missouri Double HOLTS SUMMIT. MO - The All Star Circuit of Champions will be making their first trip to the NEW Capital Speedway in Holts Summit, MO on Friday July 25 to take on the NCRA, bringing winged 410 racing...
All Stars vs. NCRA Ready for Missouri Double
HOLTS SUMMIT. MO - The All Star Circuit of Champions will be making their first trip to the NEW Capital Speedway in Holts Summit, MO on Friday July 25 to take on the NCRA, bringing winged 410 racing back to the famed 3/8 mile track for the first time in 13 years. Jeff Shepherd, Kenny Jacobs, Aaron Berryhill, Chad Kemenah, Brooke Tatnell and Kelly Kinser are only a few of the 40+ winged 410 sprint cars expected to battle for the $32,000 purse. The Winged Outlaw Warriors 360's (WOW) will also be on hand for one of the best nights of racing in Central Missouri this year. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children 6-10 and children 5 and under are free. Pits open at 4:00pm with gates opening at 5:00pm. Hot laps at 6:30pm and racing starts at 7:00pm sharp. For more information call 573-443-2530 or 573-365-3801 also visit the website at www.capitalspeedway.com.
Largest Sprint Car Show Ever Coming To Farmington July 26
FARMINGTON, MO - Possibly the biggest sprint car show ever to be held at the St. Francois County Raceway will take place on Saturday, July 26, when both the All-Star Circuit of Champions (ASCOC) and National Championship Racing Association (NCRA) sprints come to town to compete against our regional stars. "I wouldn't be surprised to have at least 54 outstanding cars in the pits that night," said St. Francois County Raceway promoter Larry Minkel. "These guys are about as good as it gets." Both the ASCOC and NCRA sprints will be racing together along with local and regional track stars. Aaron Berryhill, Brooke Tatnell, Chad Kemenah, Dean Jacobs, Kenny Jacobs and Kelly Kinser are some of the racers expected to take part. "With $5,000 to win you are going to get some of the best," Minkel said. Also at the track that night the 600cc Multis will be racing with the winner taking home $500 (with $50 to start the "A" main). The Hobby Stocks and the Modifieds will not be racing on July 26th. The Miller Lite Beer Happy Hour will take place in the grandstand area between 4-6 p.m. that night with tons of giveaways. "This is going to be one hell of a car show," Minkel said. Admission to the main grandstand on July 26th will be $20. Advance tickets for the event can be purchased at Farmington Auto on Karsch Blvd. in Farmington. For more information contact Minkel at (573) 756-1734.