BLOOMINGTON, IN (June 30) - On July 12. Bloomington Speedway will feature our three regular classes - non winged sprint cars, O'Neal Wood Products modifieds, and Tire & Wheel Center super stocks; and the good folks from Harrell Pipe & Supply will...
BLOOMINGTON, IN (June 30) - On July 12. Bloomington Speedway will feature our three regular classes - non winged sprint cars, O'Neal Wood Products modifieds, and Tire & Wheel Center super stocks; and the good folks from Harrell Pipe & Supply will be there to witness the very best in motorsports entertainment.
Nearing the mid point of the season, our drivers are beginning to think a little more about their positions in their points races. While the points races are never too far toward the back of a driver's mind, they take on more importance this time of year. At the time of this release, our points leaders are Justin Marvel (sprint car), Adam Sasser (O'Neal Wood Products modifieds), and Greg Kendall (Tire & Wheel Center super stock); however, they will not necessarily be the leaders when they pull onto the red clay on July 12.
For the sprint cars, the July 12 race will be their last look at the Bloomington Speedway red clay before the Larry Rice Classic - the Bloomington Speedway stop in Indiana Sprint Week competition. The big guns who haven't been to Bloomington Speedway this season can be expected to show up to update their notes and to try figure out how they might be able to best Kevin Briscoe, Justin Marvel, Derek Scheffel and the other Bloomington Speedway regulars.
While we always have a lot of cars in the pits, we do not schedule a lot of extra classes to fatten up the back gate. Out three regular classes are all that is needed. These guys understand that we will keep the program moving; and they are generally pretty co-operative in this effort.
As competitive as our regular drivers are, the real star of a Bloomington Speedway racing program is the track itself. Just about everyone who comes to Bloomington Speedway for the first time raves about the beautifully manicured racing surface. The rest of the facility is equally well-kept; and the view from the grandstand is simply beautiful.