Walker Excavating and “Kids Night” at I-35 Speedway to Pay $700 to Win USRA B-Mod 
Racing excitement continues to grow at I-35 Speedway in Winston MO as the Heartland Racing Show has added an additional $200, making it a whopping $700 to win USRA B-Mod this Saturday Night 8/2/2014. All of our great regular classes will be on hand as well as Non-Wing Sprints and Midwest Outlaw Vintage Racers. 
Recapping: $700 to win USRA B-Mod, Kids Night with free back packs full of school supplies, DX Racing giving away four bicycles, great racing action, and family fun!!
I-35 Speedway, the place to be this Saturday Night!!!!!!

Heartland Bonus Bucks Strikes at I-35

The Heartland Auto Racing Show is proud to announce a Heartland Bonus Bucks award at I-35 this weekend. The winner of the USRA B-Mod feature will take home an extra $200 for their effort. “We are always excited to give back to the race teams and I-35 is a great track to do that “, commented Heartland Show owner Ashley Masters.
The Heartland Auto Racing Show is hardcore racing trade show that takes place in Des Moines, Iowa at the Iowa Events Center on November 21-22. Teams, Racers, Parts Shops, Manufactures, Tracks, and the wider racing community are all welcome to attend. Attendees may use the Performance Bodies sponsored FREE REGISTRATION system online atwww.HeartlandAutoRacingShow.com to obtain their 2014 show passes.

Saturday, August 2nd RESCHEDULED NON-WINGED SPRINTS on Walker Excavating Night plus "KIDS NIGHT" & Midwest Outlaw Vintage Racers

Saturday, August 9th AAA Transmisison Night at the Races plus "CARB Night" & Show-Me Vintage Racers 

Kaster Celebration Night at the Races I-35 Speedway

USRA Modified make up feature from July 12, 2014 would kick off a great night of racing action at I-35 Speedway. Derrick Hicks #78 would lead every lap only to be denied the victory when dealing with lap traffic and damage to the rear fender would cripple his chances for the win. Metal would fly loose from the #78 and snatch the victory away on the final lap as Jim Hopkins #71 would claim the victory. Hopkins was a tight second place the entire race and the beneficiary of Hicks’ misfortune as the #71 would hold off all challengers on a green white checkered finish. Shane Bailey #5d would drive his way to second with Bud Wilson #75 third. John Hanson #2h would finish fourth and the one-time leader Derrick Hicks, in two laps, would come from last to place fifth.