America’s Home Track Eagle Raceway to host Sept. 3-6 RaceSaver Nationals

By Greg Soukup

EAGLE, Neb. – IMCA race teams and fans from across the country are making plans to be part of the biggest Sprint Car event of the season, the eighth annual RaceSaver Nationals Sept. 3-6 at America’s Home Track Eagle Raceway.

Twenty-seven Sprint Cars will go wheel-to-wheel and wing-to-win in the 30-lap, $2,500 to win, minimum $1,250 to start main event on Sunday evening. The most prestigious checkers in the RaceSaver World fly during a four-day event filled with fun on and off the track.

Pre-tech, practice and qualifying heats for the $1,000 to win Jake Ita Memorial Race of Champions fill the Thursday card.

Friday and Saturday qualifying features pay $700 to win and $250 to start both send nine cars the the big show, with last-chance races rounding of that field on Sunday.

Parties in the pit follow all four race programs, with the band Jacked providing the tunes Sunday night. Dr. Danger, aka The American Daredevil, will perform four-wheel stunts during intermissions throughout the weekend.

The dodgeball tournament to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund and driver meet and greet and autograph session are all planned for Sunday afternoon, with the crowning of Miss Eagle Raceway during an intermission that evening.

Drivers who pre-register by Aug. 24 and pay $15 get a reserved pit stall good Friday through Sunday; those that want the same stall they had last year should enter by Aug. 1.

Registration after Aug. 24 is $100. Entry forms and more information about the event are available at

Four-day discounted tickets are $45 for adults and $15 for youth and must be ordered by Aug. 29. Four-day discounted pit passes are $90. Single day tickets and pit passes will also be sold.

Jason Martin is the two-time and defending champion of the RaceSaver Nationals Powered by Sunbelt Rentals. Mach-1 Sport Compacts also run on Friday, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods on Saturday and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks on Sunday.