IMCA Stock Cars are new attraction at Eagle River

EAGLE RIVER, Wis. (Feb. 15, 2024) – The newest attraction at Eagle River Speedway are the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. The Class Too Tough To Tame joins the weekly lineup at the extreme northern Wisconsin track, with a dozen shows scheduled on Tuesday nights between May 26 and Aug. 20. “We like the class and the IMCA rules package. We think it will grow in this area,” said promoter Pat Zdroik, who had managed Eagle River Speedway under then-owner Don Scharf in the 1990s before purchasing it with wife Patti five years ago. “I think IMCA is going in the right direction, and we are hoping we’ll be able to get more cars locally and from around the area, particularly Shawano, Seymour and Green Bay.” Built in the mid-1970s, the 1/3-mile clay speedway fits right in with the surrounding tourism hotbed, with pine trees lining the first set of turns and the backstretch into the second set. “The track has been reconstructed since we bought it. It’s faster and allows for more passing, so drivers and [Read More]