Admission price rollback announced by Farley Speedway Promotions

By Jerry Mackey

FARLEY, Iowa (June 15) – Officials of Farley Speedway Promotions, owner-operators of Farley Speedway and contract holders and operators of West Liberty Raceway and Dubuque Speedway, an­nounced today that several changes are being made at the popular Eastern Iowa speedways.

First and foremost, the admission prices for all weekly racing events at all three tracks have been dropped to $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and students ages 13-17 will be admitted for $5. Kids under 12 accompanied by an adult will continue to be admitted free.

In addition, the Farley Speedway back chute spectator area will reopen this Friday, June 16 and will continue to be open for all racing events for the remainder of the season.

The drivers will receive a hefty increase in prize money, the new purse for weekly competitors will see a 25 percent increase and this is across the board and affects all racers in all classes at all three tracks.

Track Manager Ed White stated “The new ownership group, Farley Speedway Promotions, is to­tally committed to making the Farley Speedway, West Liberty Raceway and the Dubuque County Fairgrounds Speedway the premier racing facilities in Eastern Iowa and these changes are a state­ment for the betterment of stock car racing.”

For more information or to view the entire schedule for the three tracks under the direction of Far­ley Speedway Promotions, please log on to the official website at