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March 28 Test And Tune Canceled

The test and tune scheduled for Sunday, March 28 at Lincoln Speedway has been canceled due to wet grounds from Saturday night rainfall.

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Test & Tune Days Next For Central Illinois Race Tracks

Macon Speedway & Lincoln Speedway Set For Weekend Practice (Macon, IL) Many drivers in Central Illinois are getting set for their first on track activity, Saturday and Sunday, March 27-28, with test and tune days at Macon Speedway and Lincoln Speedway.  Drivers and teams use the days to fine tune their cars, fill out their registration sheets, and get comfortable back behind the wheel after a long winter. Macon Speedway will open the pits this Saturday, March 27 at 11:00 AM and have cars on track from 12:00 noon to 4:00 PM.  Cars, of any division, that compete at Macon Speedway are welcome.  Pit admission is $25, while grandstand admission is free. Lincoln Speedway will open this Sunday, March 28 at 11:00 AM and have cars on track from 12:00 noon to 4:00 PM.  Practice, like Macon’s, will be open to cars of any division that race at Lincoln Speedway …

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Early Season Important Dates…

Saturday, March 27, 2021 Macon Speedway Test & Tune Pits 11/On Track 12-4 Sunday, March 28, 2021 Lincoln Speedway Test & Tune Pits 11/On Track 12-4 Saturday, April 3, 2021 Macon Speedway Test & Tune Pits 11/On Track 12-4 Thursday, April 8, 2021 Lincoln Speedway Nationals Test & Tune Pits 3/On Track 5:30 Friday, April 9, 2021 Lincoln Speedway DIRTcar Fall Nationals Make-Up Saturday, April 10, 2021 76th Macon Speedway Season Opener Saturday, April 24, 2021 Lucas Oil Late Model Series 100 Macon Speedway

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Lincoln Speedway Announces Exciting 2021 Season Schedule

Season Will Start And End With DIRTcar National Events (Lincoln, IL) Lincoln Speedway officials are pleased to announce the 2021 tentative season schedule, filled with plenty of big events. The track, located at the Logan County Fairgrounds in Lincoln, IL, will host numerous special events throughout the year including a season opening make-up event from the 2020 DIRTcar Fall Nationals and the season ending 2021 DIRTcar Fall Nationals. The action will begin with two test and tune events for competitors on Sunday, March 28 and Thursday, April 8. Not only will those practices be used to fine tune cars for the regular season but also the big season opener on Friday, April 9, that will feature the make-up event for the DIRTcar Fall Nationals from the 2020 season. That event will feature DIRTcar Super Late Models, Modifieds, Pro Modifieds, and Hornets. The true regular season begins one week later, Friday, …

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Day #2 Of DIRTcar Fall Nationals Postponed To Spring 2021

Day #2 of the DIRTcar Fall Nationals at Lincoln Speedway, scheduled for Saturday, October 3, has been postponed due to afternoon rainfall and the forecast for more during the evening hours. The event will be run in the Spring of 2021 as an early season special. Fans and teams are reminded to keep their two and three day wristbands to receive gate entry at the Spring 2021 event. Those who lose them will have to pay again for admission. In other Central Illinois racing news, the Springfield Mile event at the Illinois State Fairgrounds is a go for Sunday afternoon. The DIRTcar Sportsman will be on track at 12:00 noon for their feature event, while the ARCA Menards Series will go green at 2:00 PM for the Illinois Truck & Equipment Allen Crowe 100. Tickets and more info are available online at www.trackenterprises.com

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DIRTcar National Points Battles Intensify in Night #1 of Fall Nationals at Lincoln

Late Models, Sport Compacts on the racing card for Saturday’s finale LINCOLN, IL – Oct. 2, 2020 – A grand total of 115 DIRTcar racers filled the Lincoln Speedway pit area Friday night for race #1 of the 2020 DIRTcar Fall Nationals – the new stage for DIRTcar Racing’s year-end points championship event. With two major points battles still left to be decided heading into the weekend, one of those gaps is now even tighter and the other remains the closest national points championship battle out of all nine divisions under the DIRTcar banner. STOCK CARS Coming into the weekend, just four points separated leader Terry Reed Jr. from Lance Evans in the national standings as they prepared for the final two races of the DIRTcar points season. The first was a stop to Lincoln Friday night before the season finale in Charleston on Saturday, and the quarter-mile, black-dirt banks did not disappoint. …

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