DOUBLE FEATURES are scheduled at I-35 Speedway in Winston, Missouri located just north of Cameron at exit 64 off I-35.  TONIGHT May 23 Grand Nationals and Hobby Stocks.  May 30 USRA B-Mods and USRA Stock Cars.  June 6 Non-Wing Sprints.  June 13 USRA Modifieds.

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015 join us for Show-Me Realty Night at the Races along with our six weekly classes of USRA Modifieds, USRA B Mods, USRA Stock Cars, Grand Nationals (Double Features), Hobbys (Double Features), and E-Mods.    
Gates open 4:30, Hot Laps 6:15, Racing starts at 7:00 p.m.  


Adults $12, Seniors (62 and over) and Military (with photo ID) $10, Children 7 to 12 years of age $6, Kids 6 and under FREE.  

Kids, remember to bring those bikes for the races on the front straight during Intermission with all participants receiving a trophy. We will also be giving away four bikes donated by DX Racing during our short Intermission.

Here at I-35 Speedway you see "Dirt Trackin at its Best" with the most racing for your money and on race day our TrackSide Bar & Grill opens at 3:00 for your dining pleasure.  

We look forward to seeing you Saturday, May 23rd, 2015.

Seeburg Muffler Night at the Races I-35 Speedway 05/16/15

With 113 cars filling the pits I-35 Speedway would play host to eight different divisions of race cars.  First to take to the track were the always entertaining Vintage racers.  Combining both Show-Me Vintage Racers and Midwest Outlaw Vintage Racers for the first time at I-35 Speedway a field of fifteen strong would roll to the track.  Early race leader and heat race winner Brian Strong #7 would set the pace and appear to be the car to beat until mechanical issues would end his night.  Heat race winner Damon Clevenger #6 would charge his 1956 Ford out front leading the majority of the feature only to see that lead shrink and disappear as Allen Guthrie #51, driving a Studebaker, would take the lead and never look back on his way to the checkers.  One time leader Damon Clevenger would place second as big mover of the race Dennis Fair #7f would race from back to front of the pack to place third.  Jim Clevenger #76 would hold off the very fast heat race winner Tom Wade #1 as they would finish fourth and fifth respectively. 

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