Thunder Hill Speedway continues IMCA sanction through 2015

imca_fi_imcaMAYETTA, Kan. – Thunder Hill Speedway owners and promoters Mike and Pam Conkwright have announced they will continue their association with IMCA after signing a two-year agreement to continue sanctioning through the 2015 race season.

Thunder Hill has been IMCA sanctioned since being reopened by the Conkwright family in 2010. Weekly divisions returning to the Mayetta, Kan., venue are the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Mach-1 Sport Compacts.

“We’re increasing both car counts and fan attendance and we’ll keep improving the facility and the racers’ and fan experience as much as possible every week,” said Mike Conkwright. “Fans want to see fast and competitive racing and our facility supports that for sure. Racers want to be competitive at a reasonable cost and IMCA provides a consistent rules package to support that. “

“IMCA sanctioning also allows racers to compete for a variety of championships at the track, state, regional and national level.” Pam Conkwright added “IMCA provides us technical and procedural support as a sanctioned track and supports our racers with technical support with their race cars. IMCA is the oldest and largest short track sanctioning body in the US with over 140 race tracks and 7500 licensed racers. They are growing and so are we.”

2014 division rules will be posted soon on the IMCA website and published in the November and December Inside IMCA newsletters.

More information on schedule, special events and ticket information will be coming soon at www.racethunderhillspeedway.com . Sponsorship, VIP parking, picnics and birthday parties can be scheduled now by calling 785 313-2922 or e-mail thillspeedway@gmail.com. The track is also on Facebook at Thunder Hill Speedway.