Breaking News: Next Racing Event Saturday Night April 27th
Cooler size 10x14x12 Tall (NO Exceptions) $10 everytime thru gate. NO Food or Glass
NO Large Purses, Bags or Backpacks Allowed | No Dogs Allowed in Grandstand Area
Regular Race Admission (Specials will Vary)
Adults $10 | Kids 10 and under $3 | Coolers $10 | All Pit Passes $30
Transponder Rental $5 | Pouches $20
The 35th season opener is set for Saturday April 28th featuring the Zane's Automotive Service DirtCar Modifieds, the Perkins Seed House DirtCar Pro Late Models, the Fulton Farm Service USAC/IMRA SpeeD2 Midgets, the Farmington Locker E-Mods and the Bartonville Express Lube DirtCar Hornets. Spoon has flashed back to the past this year on all Regular Race programs, only charging $10 for a General admission grandstand ticket. Kids 10 and under will be $3. A 10x14x12Tall cooler will once again be $5 everytime through the gate (NO Food or Glass). Large purses, Fanny packs and Backpacks will not be allowed and will be enforced in 2018. All pit passes are $30. Grandstands will open at 5 with the pit gate opening at 3:30. Racing will be scheduled to begin around 6:30. We will be Honoring the late Bud Welker and Kevin Bills on opening night. In honor of Bud the DirtCar Modifieds will run for $1000 to win and in honor of Kevin the E-Mods will run for $500 to win. Hope to see everyone on opening night and throughout the year. Remember ONLY $10 a ticket on Regular Race Nights!! See you at the Spoon.
We are excited to announce that the Big 10 Late Models will be making their first appearance at the Spoon River Speedway in 2018. Spoon will become part of a six track series that cars will compete in ten races total to crown a champion. Spoon's first Big 10 race will be scheduled on the Gary Cook Jr Memorial Sunday May 27th. The second Big 10 race will be heald on the 28th Modified Fall Nationals Sunday Sept 2nd. Both nights will feature the two premier classes in DirtCar racing, the Super Late Models and the Modifieds. These are just two of the great races scheduled in 2018 that you will want to mark down on your calendar.
On Saturday Night December 2nd Spoon River Speedway held their annual banquet. Just shy of $12,000 was handed out in point fund money alone with all kinds of extra money and prizes also handed out.
Many Awards were handed out with Ray Bollinger being named Spoon River Speedways Driver of the Year voted on by the Fans and Drivers.
More info to come.