PERRIS, Calif. – Perris Auto Speedway will continue its opening nights this Saturday, March 11, when IMCA Modifieds take to the track for the first time in 2017.
Saturday’s race will be the first of eight IMCA shows at The PAS in 2017. Spectator gates for the open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7 p.m.
Promoter Don Kazarian looks for increased car counts across the board not only in local classes but in the IMCA Modifieds as well.
“2017 looks to be another good year for our stock cars fans,” Kazarian said. “We have seen increased car counts, especially in the Modified and Super Stock classes, over the past couple of years. We think those two classes will continue to grow in 2017. “
“Since we went back to the IMCA sanction a couple of years ago, we have seen more out of town Modifieds come to The PAS to compete. Likewise, the Super Stock class has been growing the past couple of years and there will be at least three new regulars in that class this season.”
Ticket for Saturday’s show are $15 for adults. For active military members with property ID, teens ages 13-18 with their school ID and kids ages 6-12, admission is $5. Children ages five and under are admitted free. Parking on the fairgrounds is $8.