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Racing is on at I-37 tonight - May 5th

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WE ARE RACING TONIGHT!

Weather is Beautiful Track is Great and Pits are Dry. Southern Texas Late Models will be there tonight. Bring 5 of your friends and bring 5 of their friends and lets pack the place Tonight!!

Saturday Night Dirt Track Racing Featuring SOUTHERN TEXAS LATE MODEL SERIES
Times: 
4 p.m. Pit Gates Open 
4 p.m. Spectator Gates Open
5:45 pm Driver Check In (Pill Draw) Close
6:30 p.m. Heat Races.
Intermission: 
Street Stock Meet & Greet

Grandstand Admission:
Adult General Admission $15
Military & Senior Citizen $10
Child General Admission (6-12) $6
(5& under) FREE 
$10 Cooler Charge (9 quart up to 12 Beers)

Pit Pass Admission:
All Ages $30
Racecar $25

LIM. LATE MODELS and GO-KARTS HAVE NIGHT OFF

CONCESSION STAND OPEN WITH HOT FOOD AND COLD DRINKS 
Designated smoking areas
Absolutely NO glass containers allowed
No pets 
No firearms 
Cash and credit cards accepted (NO CHECKS)
R&M Promotions reserves the right to refuse anyone service

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A couple of changes.

Pit Gate open at 3:30 pm.

There will be no pill draw, Heat lineup will be done my point averages.

Drivers need to check in at the lineup shack by 5:45 pm or you will start last in your heat.

Steve,

I-37 speedway timing and scoring

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Pardon my ignorance. But does that mean higher point cars towards the front, or towards the rear?

Thanks in advance.

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On 5/5/2018 at 4:08 PM, slidejob said:

Pardon my ignorance. But does that mean higher point cars towards the front, or towards the rear?

Thanks in advance.

If they're going by IMCA procedures.....It's actually points average, not total points. The higher points average start in the rear of heats, but ahead of those with zero points average. The features are somewhat different and depend on car count, and who qualifies through the heats....The top points average will start anywhere between 8th and 12th usually and depending on if new guys with no points average show up/qualify. Non-IMCA procedures are different though....features line up by heat finishes, but if it's the meet-n-greet class they'll have spectator pull a number to invert.....It confusing as hell to try to figure it our reading it like this, but it makes sense once you understand which way they're using...LOL

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Heats races are lineup by point averages, Lowest to Highest, Drivers without a point average, then drivers you do not sign in by the cut off time (Currently is 5:45pm).

The feature lineup are based on were finish in your heat, but every night will not be the same. Some nights there the Feature lineups maybe straight up by the heats finish, maybe a redraw, maybe a driver or fan will pick a  number to invert, or a different way. The method will be posted before the race night (look at the flyers and the tracks facebook page)

The IMCA Modified are different. Heat races are lineup by point average lowest to highest, drivers without a average, Drivers who did not sign in by cut off time (Currently 5:45pm).

Feature lineups. if two heats the top 5 in each heat qualify for the top 10 starting spots. Those 10 drivers lineup by drivers  point average lowest to highest, then any driver who does not have a point average lineup by the heat finishing results. 11th on back by the heat finishing results. 

 

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As a fan I like the IMCA way the best. It mixes the line up and keeps the same cars from starting up front every week.

 

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