Hot Laps with Hot Rod
For those of you that have been at a race when I have been the announcer, you already know that I have a lot to talk about. In fact, there are some fans that think I get paid by the word! That is not the case yet, but my people are working on that part of my contract. LOL
Since the last 2 weeks of racing were called because of weather, I haven't had a chance to tell you about all the things you should know, so I thought I would bring you the first installment of "Hot Laps with Hot Rod". I don't know how many installments there will be in the future, but the idea sounded good at the time.
First, I would like to take time to wish Joe Stedronsky of Wagner a speedy recovery. Joe is one of Wagner Speedway's most loyal and passionate fans and he is spending some time in the hospital. He's been bummed that he has had to miss races, but when I saw him the other night, I assured him that he hasn't missed anything yet because the weather hasn't let us race. Get well soon Joe.
We are pleased to announce the IMCA RaceSaver 305 sprint car show that was scheduled for this past Friday, May 18th has been rescheduled for Friday, August 3rd. That Friday night show has now shaped up to be one of the bigger shows of the season. The 305 sprints will join the Tri-State Late Model series and our WISSOTA Super Stocks, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzers for one spectacular night. (See our updated schedule on our website at www.wagnerspeedway.com)
Friday, June 1st is the first "Horsepower for Hunger" night, sponsored by Wagner Super Foods. This is a food drive to benefit the Wagner Food Pantry. For each non-perishable food item you bring to the track, you will receive a numbered ticket. If you bring 5 items, you get 5 numbered tickets, bring 50, get 50 tickets and so on. We will be collecting food at the pit entrance and at the grandstand gate and we will draw for cash prizes, South Dakota Lottery tickets and more. It's your chance to help a great cause and have a chance to win prizes. That night will also be the first appearance of the Tri-State Late Model touring series. Hope you can help us collect food to benefit the Wagner Food Pantry, Friday, June 1st.
C & B Operations of Wagner reminds you that, "IT'S TIME FOR A GIVEAWAY!!!" C & B Operations of Wagner has some great prizes to hand out, but you need to be involved to be eligible. Just go to Facebook and search for Fred Harr Company/C & B Operations, share their post and like their page. When C & B reaches 300 page likes, they will give away the Wagner Speedway Prize Package for Friday, June 8th, which includes tickets to the races that night and a $20 voucher to Mom and Missy's Place food stand at the track. When they reach 750 likes, they will give away a 32 qt. John Deere LiT Coolers, which really does light up inside, and when they reach 1,000 likes, C & B will be giving away the Honda Weed-eater!!! Each winner will be announced on their page and can pick up their prize at their store, so get to sharing and liking the C & B Operations Facebook page. If you already like their page, you're part way there! Good Luck from C & B Operations of Wagner!
June 15th will be the first of three Commercial State Bank "Kid's Night's" at the track, which is a chance for kids to win one of many bicycles to be given away. The B-Mod class will be featured that evening, presented by Mettler Implement of Menno and Mitchell, as they present "B-Mod Madness" twin feature night. Along with twin features for the B-Mods, the night will feature WISSOTA Super Stocks, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives. If you or your business would like to give a bicycle away, bring it to the races on Friday, June 15th.
Remember, we will not be having races on Friday, June 22nd, but the week after will be one of the most important and special nights of the year.
Friday, June 29th, First Dakota National Bank presents "Military and First Responders" night. Representatives from all branches of law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel and members of the 155th Engineering Company from Wagner will be on hand for a special opening ceremony, and any past or present military personnel or active first responder, with proper ID, will receive FREE admission to the grandstands for the evenings event. Plus, the first 500 people in the stands that night will receive an American Flag to help in the celebration, courtesy of S & S Masonry of Wagner.
So that brings us to the weekend that is sure to be the biggest event in Wagner Speedway's history. Fort Randall Casino and Hotel presents "The Fort Randall Casino Double Down Showdown" on Friday and Saturday, July 6th and 7th, co-sponsored by Dakota Plains Ag Center and Mark's Machinery. Friday night will feature the Property Solutions of America MSTS 360s and the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprint Series presented by Malvern Bank, IMCA RaceSaver 305 Sprints, Late Models, WISSOTA Super Stocks and B-Mods. Saturday will showcase night number two of the MSTS and Nebraska 360 Sprint Cars and IMCA RaceSaver 305 Sprints to be joined by the T & R Contracting Late Model Street Stock touring series, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives. Make your plans to get there early for a good seat. You will only need the edge of it, but you will need a seat.
Speaking of Fort Randall Casino and Hotel, they are offering something special for race fans. If you are a guest at the FRC Hotel, they are offering free shuttle rides to and from the Speedway. For more information or to make reservations, call 605-487-7871, log onto www.fortrandallcasino.com or see their Facebook page.
So make sure you put all these events on your calendar, spread the word and plan on joining us. Be sure to start off your race experience with a delicious dinner from Mom and Missy's Place. It's not track food, it's good food at the track, including amazing chislic, delicious grilled burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, and more with ice cold Coca-Cola products and ice cold Budweiser products. Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm and racing begins at 8pm. For more information on these events, the latest news, results, points and more, check out www.wagnerspeedway.com or Wagner Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.
That's all for this edition of "Hot Laps with Hot Rod." Let's go racin'!!!
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Wagner Speedway Returns To Action Friday Night
By Rod Pattison
It's safe to say that the weather has not been real cooperative for racing. After 2 consecutive weeks of cancellations, Wagner Speedway is more than ready to race this Friday night with a full slate of cars and a night full of excitement.
Juffer Real Estate and Juffer, Inc Insurance, Fort Randall Casino and Hotel and Wagner Building and Supply bring you the first appearance of the season for the WISSOTA Super Stocks, as they join Late Models, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives.
Make your plans for dirt track racing action this Friday night. Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm and racing will begin at 8pm. For more information on up to date points, schedules, news and more, log onto the all new www.wagnerspeedway.com or check out Wagner Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.
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Saturday Night Sizzled at Wagner Speedway
By Rod Pattison and Shawn Neistadt
Following a brief rain shower approximately 2 hours before showtime, Wagner Speedway opened up their 2018 racing season with 63 cars checking into the pits on Fort Randall Casino and Hotel and Tracy's Paint and Body, Inc night Saturday.
The evening featured appearances from 2 traveling series, as the Property Solutions of America Midwest Sprint Touring Series 360 sprint cars and the T and R Contracting Late Model Street Stocks, who joined Late Models, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives in front of a huge crowd on a beautiful night.
The feature events began with the Hobby Stocks and after numerous challenges from Dennis Powers (Wagner, SD) and Tracy Halouska (Worthing, SD), Justin Schenkel (Tyndall, SD) held off the field in the 12 lap main event. "This wouldn't have happened tonight without my ol' buddy Clint. He's been after the car all week. I didn't even see the car until noon today, worked on it a while and here we are!", said Schenkel in the Subway Winner's Circle. "I could hear em' there (Powers and Halouska) and I was nervous the whole time wanting to hit my marks without over driving the thing. It worked!" The victory was Schenkel's 8th career win at Wagner. Powers, Halouska, Kevin Vasek (Lake Andes, SD) and Jeremy Sengelmann (Dallas, SD) rounded out the top 5. Heats were won by Senglemann and Taylor Blom (Corsica, SD)
The T and R Contracting Late Model Street Stock touring series was up next and it was Tim Dann (Hartford, SD) starting on the outside of row 1 and going on to the non-stop feature win. Dave Kuchta (Hartford, SD) and Cory Yeigh (Sioux Falls, SD) were in pursuit for all 15 laps, but Dann was the man on this night. In the Subway Winner's Circle, Dann praised the track and his starting spot, "This was definitely a fast track and it helps to start out front. The cushion was the place to be so we put it up there and didn't lift" Dann secured his first ever win at Wagner and he was followed by Kuchta, Yeigh, Brylee Gough (Sioux Falls, SD) and John Hoing (Hartford, SD) Heat races were won by J. Hoing and Yeigh.
The B-Mods would hit the track for their event and Camden Myers (Ethan, SD), who started on the pole, cruised to victory. Although his feature win looked impressive, they had a lot of work to do. "The car was just junk in hot laps and the heat race, but it came around and the track was amazing." It was Myers' 6th victory of his young career. Dudley Schroeder, Jr, (Armour, SD) started 7th finished 2nd, Tyler Tesch (Lennox, SD) started 8th and finished 3rd, Brad Vogt (Armour, SD) drove the Wade Wright 88 car while Wright is at National Guard Camp finished 4th and Logan Kafka (Wagner, SD) rounded out the top 5. Heats were won by Schoreder and Tyler Tesch.
It was time for the Dirt Late Models to give it a whirl. Justiin Havranek (Wagner, SD), in just his 2nd year in the class, was the class of the field Saturday night, as he held off numerous challenges from Gale Vogt (Yankton, SD) and picked up his first Late Model victory of his career and his 13th win overall at the track. In the Subway Winner's Circle, Havranek was very gracious and admitted was a little worried. "I have to thank Lynn and Seth (Fischer) for letting me drive the car and giving me the opportunity. I saw Gale (Vogt) and I was just trying not to mess up. I was getting a little nervous." Following Havranek and Vogt were Seth Fischer (Wagner, SD), Randy Rosenboom (Rock Rapids, IA) and Jared Jelsma (Springfield, SD) The heat was won by Vogt.
The Property Solutions of America MSTS 360 Sprint Cars rolled onto a lightning fast racetrack next and this race did not disappoint. Thomas Kennedy (Winnipeg, MB) started 4th and swapped the top spot with Jody Rosenboom (Rock Rapids, IA) in the early stages of the 25 lap main event until lap 3, then Kennedy was able to drive away from the field victory in his Wagner Speedway debut and his 3rd career MSTS triumpth. Behind Kennedy, the racing was intense, as Jack Dover (Springfield, NE) took 3rd from Gregg Bakker (Sioux Falls, SD) on lap 7 with the leaders entering slower traffic on the next circuit. On lap 10, Lee Grosz (Harwood, ND) followed and took over 4th from Bakker. 4 laps later, Grosz was again on the move, this time taking 3rd from Dover in turn 2. The battle wasn't over though as Dover reclaimed the spot, only to have Grosz make the pass once again. The caution flag would wave on lap 17 when Eric Lutz (Sioux Falls, SD) and Taylor Forbes (Harrisburg, SD) would tangle in turn 3. Both cars were retired from the race. Following the restart, Kennedy led the rest of the way with Rosenboom 2nd at the line. Grosz was a close 3rd ahead of Bakker and Dover. In the Subway Winner's Circle interview, Kennedy said they finally got the car to run the way it should. "We had been battling some electrical issues all night, we still don't have it all figured out yet but we made a few changes to keep the car sparked on the track." Heats were won by Grosz and Dover.
The final race of the night would be the B-Buzzer front wheel drives and Kevin Andersh (Wagner, SD) would have a back and forth, hard fought battle with Tom Koster (Mitchell, SD) until finally driving to his 5th victory at Wagner. Following Andersh and Koster were Matthew Andersh (Wagner, SD), Erik Kurth (Mitchell, SD) and Chris DeBoer (Mount Vernon, SD). Kevin Andersh also won the heat.
This Friday night will be another exciting night of racing, as Juffer, Inc and Juffer Real Estate will present Late Models, the premiere of the WISSOTA Super Stock division, along with B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzers. Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm and racing at 8pm Friday. For complete results, updated point standings, news and more, check out the all new www.wagnerspeedway.com or Wagner Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.
BWW offers bonus for MSTS racers at Wagner, Sioux Center
Buffalo Wild Wings is offering a blazin’ hot bonus for any team that attends every Wagner and Sioux Center MSTS 360 event in 2018. Every team that competes at all five of those events will receive $820.
Wagner Speedway is first on the schedule with a season opening event this Saturday, May 5. MSTS 360 returns to Wagner on July 6-7 for the Fort Randall Casino Double Down Showdown. The 9th annual Sprint Car Showdown at Sioux Speedway is July 12. Wagner Speedway then hosts the September Sprint-tacular on September 8.
Todd and Susan LaHaise and Buffalo Wild Wings are longtime supporters of sprint car racing. Buffalo Wild Wings recently opened its third location in Sioux Falls. The latest location at Dawley Farm Village compliments the two other locations in the city.
2018 Buffalo Wild Wings Blazin’ Bonus MSTS 360 schedule:
May 5: Wagner Speedway
July 6: Wagner Speedway (with Nebraska 360s)
July 7: Wagner Speedway (with Nebraska 360s)
July 12: Sioux Speedway
Sept. 8: Wagner Speedway
For more information, contact Media Relations Director Rod Pattison 605-360-8208
FINALLY! After 7 months of anticipation, hard work and surviving the rugged winter, it's time to go racing. Wagner Speedway is proud to present a special day, this Saturday, May 5th.
The day will get started on Wagner's Main Street with the 1st Annual Racey Days celebration beginning at 11am. A portion of Main Street will be blocked off for this event and will feature race cars on display and multiple non-profit organizations and businesses offering food, games and other goodies. The Wagner Farmer's Market, Wagner Cub Scouts and the Wagner Boys and Girls Club will participate to help fund their individual projects.
Later that evening will mark the 2018 season opener, presented by Fort Randall Casino and Hotel and Tracy's Paint and Body, Inc of Parkston. On the docket will be two traveling series, including the Property Solutions of America MSTS 360 Sprints and the T and R Contracting Late Model Street Stock Touring Series, along with the Wagner Speedway Late Models, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives.
Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm and racing starts at 8pm. Get there early, enjoy some of the best food and coldest beverages you will ever find at any dirt track in the country and get a good seat for this outstanding show.
For more information, news, point standings and more, log onto the all new www.wagnerspeedway.com or check out Wagner Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.
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Wagner Speedway Test and Tune This Saturday
For many drivers in the region, the wait is over. It's time to fire up the engines and make final adjustments for the 2018 season. Wagner Speedway Test and Tune will be held at the speedway on Saturday, April 28th from 1pm to 4pm.
If you have any questions, please call the track at 605-491-0325 or send a message to Wagner Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.
Don't forget the big 2018 Season Opener on Saturday, May 5th beginning with the 1st Annual Racey Days celebration on Main Street beginning at 11am with race cars on display, businesses and food vendors with lots to see, do and eat, then race night to follow. Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm and racing at 8pm.
See you this Saturday for Test and Tune, 1pm to 4pm!!!
Fast, Family FUN!
For more information, contact Rod Pattison, Wagner Speedway Promoter, 605-360-8208
City Celebration Planned To Begin 2018 Racing Season
With the much anticipated season opener less then three weeks away, Wagner Speedway is proud to announce an exciting event to help throw the green flag on the 2018 campaign. Thanks to tremendous cooperation from Kelsey Doom, the Executive Director of Wagner Area Growth, along with the Wagner Chamber of Commerce and officials from the City of Wagner, we are proud to team up for the First Annual "Racey Days" Celebration.
Racey Days will be on Saturday, May 5th beginning at 11 am in downtown Wagner. A portion of Main Street will be blocked off for this event and will feature race cars on display and multiple non-profit organizations and businesses offering food, games and other goodies. The Wagner Farmer's Market, Wagner Cub Scouts and the Wagner Boy's and Girl's Club will participate to help fund their individual projects.
Track promoter Rod Pattison is thrilled with the possibilities for this event. "The momentum we were able to build from our successful 2017, we are so excited to have such community support. Small town America, in general, struggles to bring people to their town, so it's an opportunity to bring in race fans from across the upper-Midwest. This is also a chance for our race teams to put their cars on display to showcase their sponsors and meet current and potential new fans. It's a win-win for everyone."
There will be more fun and exciting things that are still in the planning stages for this celebration, so make your plans to come to town and join us for this city wide event.
If you would like more information on how you can participate in this celebration, simply email Kelsey@wagnerareagrowth.org or call 605-481-2493. for information about the City of Wagner or business opportunities in town, log onto www.wagnerareagrowth.org or www.cityofwagner.org. For the latest news, complete event schedule and more, check out the all new www.wagnerspeedway.com or Wagner Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.
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April 8, 2018
For more information, contact Media Relations Director Rod Pattison at 605-360-8208
Wagner Speedway Adds Tri-State Late Model Show
When the original 2018 Wagner Speedway schedule was released this past December, two special appearances by the traveling group known as the Tri-State Late Model Series were planned for June 1st and August 3rd. Now, thanks to the help of Series Director Mike Gross, these "hot shoes" will return one more time on Saturday, September 8th, with a twist.
The South Dakota Lottery presents The Tri-State Late Model Trifecta Challenge. The feature winner each night of these three events will receive a bonus of $100 in scratch off Lottery tickets, courtesy of the South Dakota Lottery. Then, after all three shows have been completed, the highest point driver from these events will receive an extra $200 in scratch off tickets and the 2nd place driver in points will receive a bonus of $100 in tickets. Point system used will be the same points awarded from the series toward their season champion.
Wagner Speedway would like to take time to thank the South Dakota Lottery for joining our corporate partner family in 2018 and we have plenty of fun things in store for our racers and fans this season, thanks to the support of the South Dakota Lottery.
For more information on the South Dakota Lottery, log onto https://lottery.sd.gov/, to learn more about the Tri State Late Model Series, check out https://midwestlm.wixsite.com/tristatelm and for the latest news, schedules, point standings and more, check out our all new website at www.wagnerspeedway.com or our Facebook page at Wagner Speedway Fan Page.
Wagner Speedway's season opener is scheduled for Saturday, May 5th, and be watching for details on a BIG, city wide event to throw the green flag on the season opener that day.
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March 25th, 2018
Wagner Speedway Partners With Nation's Best Racing Organizations
Part of the growth of any business is the relationships built along the way. Wagner Speedway is pleased to be joined by 2 of the largest and most recognizable sanctioning bodies in racing, WISSOTA and IMCA.
The WISSOTA Promoters Association was founded in 1981 by eight track promoters in Wisconsin and Minnesota, with intent to offer uniform rules for the promoters and drivers involved in the Late Model division. Soon, the group decided to do the same for the growing Modified division. WISSOTA’s current membership includes approximately 50 race tracks in the region of Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Ontario, Alberta and Manitoba. These member tracks present weekly programs that feature one or more WISSOTA division car classes, as well as the region’s most-recognized, highest paying and long-standing special events.
The “WISSOTA region” is recognized nationally as a healthy, stable racing region by industry leaders and, as a non-profit organization, all of WISSOTA’s income after operating expenses is paid out to the drivers at the conclusion of each racing season through track and national point funds.
With Wagner Speedway becoming a track that will sanction their Super Stock class, WISSOTA Executive Director Terry Voeltz is pleased to have Wagner on board. "WISSOTA is very happy and honored to have Wagner Speedway be part of our “WISSOTA FAMILY”, said Voeltz in a statement this past week. "Our Super Stock division is an excellent class with many great drivers. We have added the spoiler to the back of the Supers and that has added to the popularity of the class. Wagner is an excellent addition to WISSOTA with it’s location in South Dakota and we look forward to working with everyone at Wagner Speedway."
The International Motor Contest Association (IMCA) was organized in 1915 by J. Alex Sloan, and is currently the oldest active auto racing sanctioning body in the United States. IMCA is currently headquartered in Vinton, Iowa and features several classes and divisions of weekly racing in six geographical regions of the United States, including the RACESAVER Sprint Car class. RACESAVER rules prevent money from buying a significant advantage and allows working men and women the opportunity to compete on a level playing field with nationally proven rules, which helps in saving racing for working folks. The RACESAVER plan is stable with enforceable rules, consistent rules application, and fair purse distribution.
With sanctioning IMCA RACESAVER 305 Sprint Cars, Wagner Speedway Media Relations Director Rod Pattison says it is a key partnership in the track's growth. "With the popularity of the Sprint Car shows in 2017, we thought the RACESAVERS would be a nice compliment to our 360 Sprint Car specials and our weekly shows as well. Being under this umbrella gives our track the opportunity to work with outstanding tracks like Jackson Motorplex in Minnesota, Park Jefferson Speedway in South Dakota, Stuart Raceway in Nebraska and others in the region to share cars, fans, and corporate partners while helping to promote each other."
Wagner Speedway runs weekly shows on Fridays with Late Models, B-Mods, WISSOTA Super Stocks, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives. The 2018 campaign will begin with Test and Tune day on Saturday, April 28th, then opening night will be Saturday, May 5th.
For more information on WISSOTA, log onto www.wissota.org, to learn more on RACESAVERS, check out http://www.racesaver.com/ and to find out more about Wagner Speedway, stop by www.wagnerspeedway.com. You can also experience more on the speedway's Facebook page by searching Wagner Speedway Fan Page.
March 2nd, 2018
With all the sacrifices they endure and dangers they face everyday, our Military and First Responders deserve to be saluted and appreciated as the heroes they are.
We are proud to announce that First Dakota National Bank of Wagner has partnered with Wagner Speedway to present "Military and First Responders" night, Friday, June 29th. Military and First Responders night will allow past and present Military personnel and area First Responders FREE ADMISSION into the grandstands that night. Plus, the first 500 fans in the gate will receive a free American flag to wave during the opening ceremonies, courtesy of S & S Masonry of Wagner.
Greer American Legion Post 11 of Wagner will present the colors of our country and representatives from the 155th Guard unit and First Responders from the area will participate in an emotional opening ceremony, allowing fans to show their appreciation for the work they do everyday and to honor the bravery of these men and women.
So join us for Military and First Responders night, Friday, June 29th, brought to you by First Dakota National Bank, S & S Masonry and Wagner Speedway. Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm and racing begins at 8pm.
For more information, news and our complete schedule, log on www.wagnerspeedway.com or check out our Facebook page at Wagner Speedway Fan Page.
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March 1st, 2018
Making money and having fun is a combination that is hard to find. If that sounds interesting to you, Wagner Speedway has opportunities for you.
We are looking for individuals or non-profit groups that are looking to make money in a fun atmosphere in our concession stand, 50/50 sales and more. It's a great way to spend a summer night and is a perfect opportunity for your youth softball or baseball team, church youth group, music group, you name it.
If you or your group are interest in these opportunities, contact us with your name and contact information. Either send us a message on Wagner Speedway Fan Page on Facebook, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get in contact with you and discuss all the details.
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Wagner Speedway is an equal opportunity employer.
Help Wanted at Wagner Speedway Inc.
December 27, 2017
Due to unprecedented growth, Wagner Speedway is looking for a Technical Official to interpret and enforce the rules of speedway, as it pertains to each individual class of cars. Wagner Speedway runs every Friday night from early May until early September, featuring Late Models, B-Modifieds, Wissota Superstock, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives.
The ideal candidate will have vast knowledge of race car set-ups, such as engines, suspensions, etc and have the ability to objectively enforce those rules to insure the fairness of all competitors.
Wagner Speedway is family owned and operated and offers competitive pay, concession discounts and a great support staff to assist if needed.
If you are interested in this very important position within our speedway family, please send an application letter and/or resume to email@example.com or call 605-491-0325.
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December 3, 2017
Wagner Speedway Announces 2018 Schedule
After many discussions with upper-Midwest race track promotors and series directors, along with dozens of phone calls, e-mails and text messages, Wagner Speedway is pleased to announce it’s 2018 racing schedule. It’s a schedule that will give our fans a tremendous amount of entertainment and variety every weekend, our corporate partners the exposure they deserve, and our drivers the opportunity to compete against tough competition every night plus have the flexibility to race at other tracks in the region when not scheduled with us.
Because of the popularity of sprint cars last season, Wagner Speedway will have 4 nights of 360 Sprints, highlighted by a 2-night show on July 6th and 7th.This weekend of racing will be tagged the first annual Wagner Speedway “Double Down Showdown.” Friday night will feature a co-sanctioned event with the Midwest Sprint Touring Series (MSTS) 360s and the Nebraska 360s, along with the newly added IMCA RaceSaver 305 Sprints. Also on the docket Friday night will be Late Models and B-Mods. Saturday night, the MSTS, Nebraska 360s and RaceSavers will compete again, along with the Tailgators Late Model Street Stock Series (LMSS), which is the equivalent of our Pro Stocks, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives.
The MSTS 360s will be featured, along with the LMSS, Late Models, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzers to begin the season on Saturday, May 5th. The season will conclude on Saturday, September 8th with MSTS 360s, IMCA RaceSaver 305s for the “September Saturday Sprint-tacular.” RaceSavers will also be in action 3 other nights in 2018, Friday, May 18th, Friday, August 10th and during Season Championship night on Monday, September 3rd.
Late Models fans will get to enjoy 2 special nights as well with the Tri-State Late Model Series invading Wagner Speedway. This series will bolster our current class of Late Models on Friday, June 1st and Friday, August 3rd. With the cooperation of other regional tracks, these Late Model shows will be part of back-to-back nights of racing, which will draw regional drivers to race multiple times in a weekend.
Our B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzers will also have their opportunity to be showcased in 2018 as well. Wagner Speedway will present “B-Mod Madness” on Friday, June 8th, “Hobby Stock Hysteria” on Friday, July 20th and the “B-Buzzer Blowout” on Friday, August 24th. These special nights will be Twin Feature night for each class, with the order of finish in the first feature completely inverted for the starting order of the second feature.
With our success in 2017, Wagner Speedway ownership and management is very excited about the upcoming season. With improvements to the track this past season, plans for more investment in our facility for the upcoming campaign, our brand new website and our schedule, 2018 will be an amazing year.
For more information and our complete schedule, check the all new www.wagnerspeedway.com, or call our Marketing, Public Relations and Media Director Rod Pattison at 605-360-8208.
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