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42 IMCA rookies get first feature wins, $100 gift cards from Speedway Motors

VINTON, Iowa (June 26, 2023) – Another 42 IMCA rookies will receive $100 Speedway Motors gift cards following career-first feature wins in their respective divisions. Recent Modified rookie winners have included Cole Czarneski at Outagamie Speedway on June 9; Kaleb Emerson at Boyd Raceway on June 2; Tyler Leach at Electric City Speedway on June 17; Izac Mallicoat at Hancock County Speedway on June 12; Fritz Myers at Buffalo River Speedway on June 18; Andrew Pearce at Ocean Speedway on May 12; Chase Rosebrugh at Merritt Speedway on May 20; and Jeff Schmuhl at Beaver Dam Raceway on May 16. Rookies racing to first Late Model victories were Beau Johnson at Off Road Speedway on May 27 and Jason Oenning at Lee County Speedway on June 2. RaceSaver Sprint Car rookie winners were Wyatt Justice, with the Ohio Thunder Sprint Car Series on May 19, and Tyler Rabenberg at Red River Valley Speedway on May 19. Winning first Stock Car features were rookies Jake Sachau at Crawford County Speedway on May 19 and Scott Winebarger [Read More]

Mod Lite

22 IMCA rookie winners get gift cards from Speedway Motors

VINTON, Iowa (May 24, 2023) – Twenty-two rookie drivers have won career-first features so far this season and can look forward to receiving $100 gift cards from Speedway Motors. Modified rookie winners have included Timothy Allerdings at Barona Speedway on April 15; Brett Berry at Salina Speedway on May 5; Jacob Davison at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway on April 29; and Dyllan Ricks at Interstate Speedway on April 23. Rookies winning first RaceSaver Sprint Car features were Trent Dixon at 105 Motor Speedway on April 22 and Brianna Lawson with the Carolina Sprint Tour on April 15. Winning first Stock Car features were rookies Nathan Ballard at CJ Speedway on April 14; Jacob Dias at Rattlesnake Raceway on April 29; Hayden Linn at Central Arkansas Motor Speedway on April 1; Gregory Muirhead at Cocopah Speedway on Jan. 12; and Dillon Richards at Eagle Raceway on April 22. STARS Mod Lite rookie winners include Joseph Dunlap and Keith Fain at Clarksville Speedway on April 8 and March 25, respectively; John Erickson at Desert Thunder Raceway on May [Read More]

Sponsors

Speedway Motors renews Super Nationals, IMCA Weekly Racing support

LINCOLN, Neb.(Feb. 15, 2023)  – Speedway Motors adds another new role to its support of IMCA and IMCA drivers, as part of the latest three-year sponsorship agreement with the sanctioning body. The Lincoln, Neb., high perfor­mance parts manufacturer, retailer and distributor has inked a new pact that runs through its 46th season as a sponsor of IMCA.  2023 also marks Speedway Motors’ 29th season as title sponsor of Super Nationals, the biggest and most prestigious event in all of dirt racing, and 16th as title sponsor of IMCA Weekly Racing, helping 200-plus tracks in the United States and Canada defray ongoing costs of holding sanctioned regular and special events.  And following a 40th annual event that brought a record 1,000 entries to Boone Speedway, the upcoming Super Nationals marks Speedway Motors’ first as title sponsor of Manufacturers’ Row.  “We are proud to continue our support of IMCA and the racing community through this multi-year agreement, helping customers build their dreams while keeping racing safe, fun and affordable,” said Speedway Motors President and owner Clay Smith. “Our roots are in [Read More]

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Speedway Motors continues title support of IMCA Weekly Racing, Super Nationals

LINCOLN, Neb. (March 16, 2022) – Speedway Motors returns to invaluable sponsorship roles with IMCA in 2022, backing weekly race programs at more than 200 tracks in the United States and Canada while returning as title sponsor of Super Nationals, the biggest and most prestigious event in all of dirt track racing. The Lincoln, Neb., high perfor­mance parts manufacturer, retailer and distributor offers more than 250,000 products for circle track, street, muscle and rod enthusiasts. IMCA’s longest tenured sponsor at 43rd consecutive years, Speedway Motors traces its ties to the sanctioning body to the 1950s.  “This year marks our 70th anniversary and we’re incredibly excited to continue to support IMCA and help customers in all nine IMCA divisions build their dreams in 2022. Our roots are in racing and for 70 years we’ve helped auto enthusiasts and racers build their best cars,” Speedway Motors President and Owner Clay Smith said. “By supporting IMCA and its member tracks, we hope to help customers continue to build their dreams while keeping racing, safe, fun and affordable.” “Whatever you need [Read More]

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Speedway Motors continues IMCA support, sponsors Super Nationals, Weekly Racing

LINCOLN, Neb. – Speedway Motors, the Lincoln, Neb., high perfor­mance parts manufacturer, retailer and distributor announced its plans to continue as title sponsor of IMCA Super Nationals, which will be held Sept. 6-11 at Boone Speedway in Boone, Iowa. This marks their 42nd consecutive year as an IMCA sponsor. Offering more than 250,000 products for circle track, street, muscle and rod enthusiasts Speedway Motors President and Owner Clay Smith said, “We are more than a speed shop or parts supplier. Our technicians are racing on the weekends and building projects too. We are proud to continue to support IMCA and help customers in all nine IMCA divisions build their dreams in 2021 while keeping racing safe, fun and affordable for many years to come.” Returning as title sponsor of Super Nationals, the nation’s premier dirt track event, Speedway Motors continues an exclusive program backing weekly racing at more than 200 tracks in the United States and Canada. For the 14th consecutive year, the Speedway Motors Weekly Racing program will help IMCA tracks defray ongoing costs by providing [Read More]