BOONE, Iowa (June 2, 2023) – Prestige and big paydays are on the line again at the 41st annual IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.
Seven champions will be crowned over the course of the Sept. 2-3 Prelude and Sept. 4-9 Super Nationals at Boone Speedway. Those drivers will not only etch their name in the history book of the most prestigious event in dirt track racing, they can take those titles to the bank.
The Modified champion earns $10,000 with $7,500 paid to win in the Stock Car main event, $5,000 to win the Northern SportMod main and $3,000 to win the Hobby Stock main, all on the final night Saturday, Sept. 9.
STARS Mod Lites race for a top check of $2,000 in their Sunday, Sept. 3 final. The Labor Day program sees Late Models running for $3,000 to win and Tuesday, Sept. 5’s Sport Compact main pays $1,000.
“Winning a Super Nationals championship is a career pinnacle accomplishment for any driver,” said IMCA President Brett Root. “Super Nationals is our biggest event and the prestige of winning that week at Boone will deservedly be accompanied by a big check.”
Every Modified driver starting the Big Dance earns a minimum of $1,000. A lot of checks will go to a lot of Super Nationals drivers, with more than $300,000 to be paid out during the week. Another $60,000 in contingency awards go to drivers in the seven divisions.
Schedule changes made last year will be continued this September: Sport Compacts remain on the Saturday night Prelude program and Hobby Stock and Northern SportMod Race of Champions qualifying is on Monday and the ROCs on Tuesday.
“We currently do not anticipate any other changes to the format for this year,” Root stated. “As far as any physical changes, we may move some fence lines to accommodate pit stall demand but that will be it.”
IMCA.TV will broadcast both nights of the Prelude and all six nights of Super Nationals.