Terre Haute III: Hut Hundred reschuled

The 52nd running of one of America's most traditional auto races - the Clabber Girl "Hut Hundred" - has been scheduled for Thursday night, September 25, at the Terre Haute (Ind.) Action Track. The 100-lap race is part of the 2003 USAC National...

The 52nd running of one of America's most traditional auto races - the Clabber Girl "Hut Hundred" - has been scheduled for Thursday night, September 25, at the Terre Haute (Ind.) Action Track.

The 100-lap race is part of the 2003 USAC National Midget Car Series but was rained out on its original date of June 13. The race was previously rescheduled for September 6 but a conflict with scheduled activities at the Vigo County Fairgrounds precluded the race from being conducted on that date.

The race now shares the fourth week in September with two other traditional racing events in the Indianapolis area - the "Indianapolis Twin 25s" USAC Midget races at Indianapolis Raceway Park on Friday, September 26 and the United States Grand Prix Formula 1 race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, September 28.

Mike Hess of Petersburg, Ill. is the defending champion of the Clabber Girl "Hut Hundred," which features a three-abreast, 33-car starting field on the 1/2-mile dirt Terre Haute oval.

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