Fans who attend the speedway tonight will be treated to the full race program, bike races for kids as well as championship races in the Econo and Super Bomber divisions.
Grandstand tickets will be $10, tickets for the ages of 9-17 are $6, and anyone in attendance below the age of eight will be admitted for free.
Last Saturday’s race saw the top drivers in almost every division excel, starting with the constantly competitive Econo Bomber division.
The top for drivers in the division finished in the top four spots in last week’s race, with points leader Shane Smith finishing first.
Smith was followed by Eric Hamby in second and Dan Meadows in third. Cody Richards, the division’s former points leader, rounded out the top four.
With the win, Smith increased his points lead over second-place Richards in the standings by six points, bringing Smith’s total to 280.
Richards, who sits at 264, currently holds a 20 point lead over third place Eric Hamby.
Kirk Atkins and Andy Morris, who currently sit at the top of the Super Bomber division, finished one-two in last week’s race, with Morris just edging Atkins out.
The last three races have seen Morris continue to chip away at Atkin’s lead, with only 16 points now separating the two.
Atkins is nearing the 300 point mark with 292, while Morris has climbed to 276. Daniel Brewer sits at 244 behind Atkins and Morris.
The biggest winner in the race for the points championship last weekend seemed to be Shannon Ethridge of the Pony Stock division.
After spending the last few weeks fighting to gain a single-digit points gap over Jeremy Millsaps, Ethridge put some space between himself and Millsaps in the points standings by finishing second last Saturday.
Millsaps was on the receiving end of a poor performance at the wrong time, as his ninth-place finish last week saw him drop from eight points behind Ethridge to 24.
Ethridge currently sits at 282 points, with Millsaps at 260.
The Pony Stocks will continue to be a two horse race over the coming weeks, as third-place Jeremy Ray, who won last week’s race, still sits below the 200 point mark at 182.
The Cruiser division grew much tighter after last Saturday’s race, as the division’s points leader Chris Neece did not participate.
With a fourth-place finish, Jimmy Wilson gained 14 points on the idle Neece, bringing his total to 272, only two points behind Neece’s 274.
Neece was not the only points leader to far poorly in the points standings last Saturday, however, as Jake Harrell, who has dominated the Limited Late Model division this year, slid to a 14th place finish.
Luckily for Harrell, who sits at 284 points, he is still 56 points in front of second place Michael Brewer.
Michael Page continues to hold a massive lead over the rest of the division, with his 274 point total good enough for an 82 point lead over second-place Dale Thurman, who sits at 192.