FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 5:45 PM Riverside Park5:45 PM - PARTY IN PINK: Kids Fun Run at 5:45 PM10K Run at 6 PM1-Mile & 5K Walk/Run at 6:15 PMHosted by: Survivors of Benton County & Virginia Gay Hospital. All proceeds from the race benefit GIFTS OF HOPE, a program created to provide mammograms to women who cannot afford them. Registrations will be accepted up to race time.
When Lil Racers sign in this week, they will receive, in addition to their weekly prize ticket, a SPECIAL colored ticket that we ask that they drop into one of THREE different buckets after we ask them to choose WHICH item, they think their dad would want to WIN for Father's Day! We will draw one number from each bucket when we draw for our weekly prizes, AND, our Lil Racer of the Week, sponsored by the Pizza Place of Center Point.
A full slate of action is scheduled over the next week at Benton County Speedway. IMCA weekly racing continues Sunday, June 18, before Benton County Fair grandstand activities kick off Thursday, June 22 at The Bullring. Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds presented by Beaty Excavating, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars presented by Christie Door Company, Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMods presented by Houdek Auto Center, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks presented by Vermedahl Trucking, Mach-1 IMCA Sport Compacts presented by iHeart Radio and INEX Legends presented by Legends.
Dallon Murty and Corey Dripps each earned $1,000 paydays Sunday night at Benton County Speedway. Murty came out on top of a multi-car battle to take top honors in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars presented by Christie Door Company, while Dripps earned the first late model win of his career in the inaugural appearance of the Pro Late Model Tour. From his fourth row starting spot, Murty raced the low groove into contention and pressured Brett Vanous for the top spot in that 20-lapper.
The Bullring Lil Racer Car Club signed up 87 Lil Racers on a cool, but sunny day. We gave away eight great door prizes and our “Lil Racer of the Week, sponsored by the Pizza Place of Center Point."The highlight of the evening was the huge candy dash held on the front stretch, with over 1800 pounds of candy! The candy dash each year is organized, collected and spread on the track by Christine Rublack and Jessica Kimm.
Hey kids! Make your way to the Lil Racer Car Clubhouse located across from the Main Concession area and get signed up to take part in our nightly prize drawings! Not registered yet? It's no problem! Just have mom or dad fill out our short registration sheet and we will get you your Lil Racer permit! Get your prize number and you just might be our, “Lil Racer of the Week, sponsored by The Pizza Place of Center Point!”Take home our biggest trophy, a card for a FREE pizza at The Pizza Place, AND a $10.
A pair of $1,000-to-win races will showcase a busy Super Sunday this weekend at Benton County Speedway. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars presented by Christie Door Company and the inaugural appearance of the Pro Late Model Tour will each do battle for respective $1,000 top prizes in their draw/redraw events Sunday, June 11 at The Bullring. Late Models will pay $250 to start and Stock Cars $100 to start their Super Sunday main events.
The Iowa High School Softball Rankings Compiled by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union were released for Thursday, June 1, 2023.
The INEX Legends will take center stage this Sunday at Benton County Speedway. The Legends.Direct-sponsored division will be showcased in the $2,500-to-win Midwest Dirt Shootout on The Bullring quarter-mile Sunday, June 4. The draw/redraw event will offer $100 to start. Entry fee is $25 for the Legends. IMCA weekly racing will join the Legends as Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds presented by Beaty Excavating, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars presented by Christie Door Company, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks presented by Vermedahl Trucking, Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMods presented by Houdek Auto Center and Mach-1 IMCA Sport Compacts presented by iHeart Radio will continue their season-long point battles.
Tim Ward had a great Sunday. His Monday was even better. After scoring a convincing victory in the Prelude to the 44th Anniversary Race for IMCA Modifieds Sunday night, the Friesen Performance IMCA Modified driver made a repeat visit to victory lane and earned a $4,400 payday winning Monday’s anniversary special at Benton County Speedway. From an outside front row start, Ward traded the top spot with polesitter Jake McBirnie throughout the early stages of the Beaty Excavating 44-lapper.