Cooler size 10x14x12 Tall (NO Exceptions) $15 everytime thru gate. NO Food or Glass
NO Large Purses, Bags or Backpacks Allowed | No Dogs Allowed in Grandstand Area
The Gary Cook Jr Memorial Special this Sunday Night May 29th. Modifieds run for $2564 to win and $200 to start. MARS Super Late Models will run for $5064 to win. Also on hand will be the Pro Late Models for $564 to win and $100 to start, the E-Mods for $564 to win and $100 to start, the USAC/IMAS SpeeD2 Midgets $564 to win and $100 to start and the Hornets for $164 to win.
All information is on the flyer except
Coolers 10x14x12Tall MAX NO Exceptions $10 every time thru gate
NO FOOD or GLASS Allowed
FREE Camping this weekend
It is going to be a exciting night of racing at the Spoon you won’t want to miss!!!
Illinois Speedweeks. Great racing action at 4 elite tracks in Illinois!!
This is a race you won't want to miss. Get your tickets before April 20th to save $5 on Reserve and GA.
The 2022 tentative schedule is set at Spoon River Speedway. We have tried to put together a mixture of some exciting racing events in 2022. Three practice days are scheduled this year with the 2022 season set to begin on Saturday Night April 30th with the Greg Gilmore Memorial.
Five Super Late Model races are on the schedule for 2022 with the first coming on Wednesday night May 11th the Castrol FloRacing Night in America race were Spoon was picked to begin a four race swing in Illinois Speed week. This race will be the largest paying race in Spoon’s history paying the Late Model feature winner $22,022. With Lucas Oil and World of Outlaws off this week we are expecting a huge car count with the best dirt car late model drivers in the nation in attendance. This is definitely one you won’t want to miss. Filling out the racing card that night will be the Modifieds.
The MARS Super Late Models will make three appearances at Spoon in 2022. The first event will be at the Gary Cook Jr Memorial on Memorial Day weekend May 29th. They will return on July 23rd to be part of the Tom Knowles Memorial and their final appearance will be at the Plow Boy Nationals on Sept 4th for $5000 to win. Summer Nationals are on June 23rd this year
The Modifieds will have another season of special races. First will be at the Castol FloRacing event paying the feature winner $3000. Next special will be the Gary Cook Memorial on May 29th paying #2564 to the feature winner. Other specials paying extra are the Bill Anderson Memorial, the Summer Nationals, Floyd Jordon Jr Memorial, Scott Kitch Memorial, Tom Knowles Memorial and the famous Modified Plow Boy Nationals.
Sprint car fans will see these high powered machines first on Saturday Night July 23rd at the Tom Knowles Memorial, which had to be moved because of scheduling conflicts. The MOWA Sprints will run for $3000 to will this night. Then on Saturday Night Sept 10th the NEW Series, Xtreme OutLaw Sprint Cars will make their first visit to the high banks.
E-Mods, Midgets and Hornets all have at least one extra payout night in 2022.
Kids will see their first event on May 21st the Card Board Box Races. Then on June 11th we will have the Candy Dash Races. Kids Back Pack Night will be on August 6th and Meet the Drivers night will be held on August 20th.
These are just a few of our races we have scheduled this year. We will race almost every Saturday night (weather permitting) until the end of September so don’t miss out on some great racing action week in and week out at the Spoon.
We hope to see each and everyone one of you this 2022 race season. Don’t forget to invite your friends, heck invite them even if there not your friends to come watch some of the most exciting racing action at the high banks of the Spoon in this 2022 race season.
Stay tuned to Spoons FaceBook page and website for seasonal updates.
The MARS Super Late Models will Invade the Spoon for two nights this weekend Friday Sept 24th and Sat Sept 25th to Crown their 2021 Champion. Some of the best dirt late models drives will be on hand running both nights for $5000 to win each night. Spoon will also conclude their 2021 season this weekend with the Dirtcar Pro L/M's, Dirtcar Hornets and the E/B Mods runnning both nights with the Supers and then on Saturday night the Dirtcar Modifeds will join in on the action. Spoon has been super fast and smooth all year and this weekend doesnt look to be any differant. Tight races are still up for grab for Spoons track championships. Dave Wietholder holds a slim 8 point lead over Ray Bollinger in the Dirtcar Modifieds. Tucker Clark is also in a tough point battle with David Lauritson with only 12 points between them. In the Dirtcar Pro Lates Brandon Eskew holds a 38 point lead over Cody McGuire and in the E/B Mod class Todd O'Neill holds a 34 point lead over Kevin Anderson. There are other positions that could jocky around in the last two races of the year. Lots of excitement in all divisions that you won't want to miss at the Spoon this weekend. Two great nights of racing action. Hope to see everyone at the Spoon for the final races of the 2021 season!!
Tom Knowles Memorial featuring the MOWA 410 Sprint cars and the POWRI Lucas Oil National Midgets. Also on tap is the Aaron Hull/ Barry Trone Memorial for the IMRA SpeeD2 Midgets. Round out the race card will be the Dirt Car Modifieds running for $1500 to win