The mammoth USMTS motorheads embark on a five-race excursion through the Lone Star State and the Summit USMTS Southern Series powered by MSD on Tuesday when the series slithers into the Superbowl Speedway in Greenville, Texas.
On Wednesday, it’s a “hump day” trek to the 82 Speedway in Petty, and the Monarch Motor Speedway in Wichita Falls hosts the USMTS road warriors on Thursday. Lubbock’s West Texas Raceway is the venue for Friday night’s action and the Route 66 Motor Speedway in Amarillo will welcome the tour on Saturday.
For those unable to be there in person to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells, enjoy the next best thing with every lap of every race in every division every night live at RacinDirt.com and put some of your own dirt in your adult beverage.
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
3rd Annual USMTS Event presented by MVT
Superbowl Speedway – Greenville, Texas
Tuesday’s show at the Superbowl Speedway is the eighth attempt for the USMTS, but only three times has Mother Nature cooperated with efforts. The USMTS debuted at the semi-banked clay oval in 2014 with Johnny Scott taking the first win that year and his twin brother, Stormy Scott, grabbing the win here three months later. Cade Dillard was the winner in the last event here on May 5, 2016.
The pit gate opens at 2 p.m. and grandstand gates swing open at 5. The drivers meeting takes place at 6, draw cutoff is 6:15 sharp, hot laps begin at 6:30 and racing starts at 7 p.m.
Spectator admission is $20 for adults while seniors (65+) and juniors (12-16) are just $15. Youth ages 6-11 are $5 and kids 5 and under get in for free. Pit passes are $35 for all ages.
Factory Stocks and Limited Mods ($750 to win each) will also be racing with Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points up for grabs in both classes.
The Superbowl Speedway is a located 5.0 miles south of Greenville on SR 34, then west on FM 1903. For more information check out superbowlspeedway.com.
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
2nd Annual USMTS Event presented by Simpson Performance Products
82 Speedway – Petty, Texas
The USMTS visited the former East Texas Speedway on June 25, 2015, with Philip Houston picking up the win. The 82 Speedway is a wide, sweeping 1/3-mile high-banked dirt oval and the facility holds 3,400 spectators in its elevated grandstands which offer superb viewing from any seat.
The pit gate opens at 4 p.m. on Wednesday and grandstands open at 5. Draw cutoff for competitors is 6:15, the drivers meeting happens at 6:45, hot laps begin at 7 and racing starts at 7:30.
Spectator admission is $20 or $18 for seniors and members of the military. Youth ages 6-11 are $5 and kids 5 and under get in for free. Pit passes are $35 for all ages.
Factory Stocks ($700 to win), Econo Mods ($400 to win) and Limited Mods ($700 to win) join the USMTS Modifieds on the racing card.
The 82 Speedway is located about 15 minutes west of Paris and 25 minutes east of Bonham (1.5 hours northeast of DFW, depending on what part of the Metroplex you’re coming from). The track’s physical location is 16369 US Hwy 82, Petty, TX 75470. For more information, visit 82speedway.com.
Thursday, June 6, 2019
2nd Annual USMTS Event presented by Deatherage Opticians
Monarch Motor Speedway – Wichita Falls, Texas
After two weather delays in 2019 already, officials are hoping the third time’s the charm for the USMTS return to the former Red River Speedway. Rodney Sanders won the inaugural event here on June 19, 2015.
The track has great food in the concession stand, so come hungry and they'll fix you up (and at family-affordable prices). BYOB to those of age, but no glass containers please.
Thursday’s throwdown will pay $2,500 to win with USRA Limited Mods racing for $750 to win thanks to Marsh Towing & Recovery.
Adult (12-64) are $20. Seniors (55+) and military with ID get in for $15. Kids (6-11) are $5 while children under 6 are free. Pit passes are $35.
The pit gate opens at 3 p.m. and grandstands open at 6. Following a drivers meeting at 7:15, hot laps hit the track at 7:30 with the first green flag slated for 8 p.m.
The Monarch Motor Speedway is located 4 miles west of I-44 in Wichita Falls on Hwy 287, then head north 1.2 miles on FM369 (1633 FM 369, N Wichita Falls, TX).
Friday, June 7, 2019
5th Annual USMTS Event presented by Wrisco
West Texas Raceway – Lubbock, Texas
This will be the fifth visit to the facility. Jason Hughes won in 2010 when it was called Lubbock speedway and again in 2017 after it became known as West Texas Raceway. Rodney Sanders won here in 2016 and Lucas Schott was last year’s winner.
USRA Modifieds, USRA Limited Mods, USRA Stock Cars and WTR Street Stocks will also be racing. The pit gate opens at 4 p.m., grandstands open at 5:30, hot laps begin at 7:30 and racing gets underway at 8.p.m.
Adult tickets are $15, kids ages 6-12 and members of the military are just $10. A family pass is only $40 and gives two adults and two kids admission to the show. Children under 6 get in for free. Put passes are $30 with kids 5 and under free into the pit area.
The track boasts a full concession stand, cold beer on sale and a great gift shop on site. Cash or credit cards are accepted. Sponsors for this event include Matthews Backhoe, Matney Transportation, Diamond M Storage and Wild West Harley-Davidson.
The West Texas Raceway is a 3/8-mile high-banked clay oval located south of Lubbock on US 87 to FM 1585, then east to Frontage Rd., then 0.3 mile north. For more information, visit westtexasraceway.com.
Saturday, June 8, 2019
10th Annual USMTS Amarillo Ambush presented by Genesis Racing Shocks
Route 66 Motor Speedway – Amarillo, Texas
This will be the tenth meeting of the USMTS and the tough regional and local USRA Modified racers in West Texas and New Mexico where past USMTS events have played out in front of standing-room-only crowds.
Hometown favorite Rodney Sanders captured the inaugural event in 2010, added a second trophy to his case in 2015 and a third in last year’s stop. Other winners here include Kelly Shryock, Jason Hughes, Randy Timms, Stormy Scott, who won back-to-back races in 2013-2014, and Ryan Gustin.
The Route 66 Motor Speedway is a popular racing destination for drivers and fans in the Texas panhandle. The facility has a seating for 4,000 race fans plus handicapped parking, stadium lighting, full concessions and several luxurious V.I.P. booths.
For race teams, the racing surface at Bill Worthen’s speedplant is a generous 75 feet wide in the turns with 20 degrees of banking, and 65 feet wide down the straight-aways with five degrees of banking. The pits have concrete pads available with lighting and water.
Street Stocks, Limited Late Models, Sport Mods and 305 Sprints will also be racing. The pits open at 4 p.m., grandstands gates swing open at 6, hot laps start at 6:30 and racing begins at 7 p.m.
Adult tickets are $15. Seniors and military are $12. Kids ages 12 and under are $5. Sponsors for this event include K3 Towing, Budweiser, Rabern Rentals and Amarillo Auto Supply.
The Route 66 Motor Speedway is a 3/8-mile high-banked clay oval located 1.5 miles south of I-40 at exit 75 on Lakeside Dr. in Amarillo. For more information, check out route66motorspeedway.net.
For those unable to attend any of this week’s blockbuster events in person, RacinDirt.com will bring you all five nights of racing action with live coverage of every lap in every division at every track. Visit RacinDirt.com right now to get the dirt on racin’.
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