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Texas Thunder Speedway, Killeen, Tx September I. M. C. A. schedule

 

For immediate release

Contact Pat Wilson 254-290-6262

pwilson1@hot.rr.com

http://www.texasthunder.com

 

By Bill “Sarge” Masom

Killeen, Tx

 

The great racing continues at Texas Thunder Speedway in September. The following is the schedule for interested I. M. C. A. drivers. All non I. M. C. A. classes will run a regular program.

 

Sep 2 Regular I. M. C. A. racing!

 

Sep 9 I. M. C. A. Rules Apply EXCEPT American Racer Tires are allowed, Draw/Re-draw, No Points, No Claim and IMCA Mufflers Required.

 

Sep 16 Regular Points Night & Demo Derby: I. M. C. A. Rules Apply and IMCA Mufflers Required.

 

Sep 23 TTS Championship Night for I. M. C. A. Classes: No Heat Races for I. M. C. A. Classes, Lineup by Total Points, I. M. C. A. Rules Apply and I. M. C. A. Mufflers Required.

 

Sep 30 Modifieds & Stock Cars ONLY: I. M. C. A. Rules Apply EXCEPT American Racer Tires are allowed, Draw/Re-draw, No Points & No Claim and I. M. C. A. Mufflers Required.

 

We encourage all I. M. C. A. Southern SportMods drivers to race at Heart of Texas Speedway on Sep 29 and 30th to support the I. M. C. A. Southern SportMods Nationals.

 

Gates open at 6:00 PM and racing starts at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $10 for Adults, $3 for kids 6-12 and kids under 6 are free. Season passes are available as well.

 

New for fans this year is the ability to purchase their tickets online with a credit card. Just go to the Texas Thunder Speedway web site, and click on the “Buy and Print Tickets” button. Also you can use your Visa or Master Card in the tracks souvenir and concession stands.

 

For all track information, weather, directions, and to purchase your tickets, go to http://www.texasthunder.com.

 

Texas Thunder Speedway is a 1/4 mile semi-banked oval dirt track. Races Every Saturday Night March through September! With Seven SUPER EXCITING classes of cars to entertain the entire family.

 

Featured classes include; Dodge Country IMCA Modifieds, Corbin & Associates, Attys IMCA Stock Cars, Hertz IMCA SportMods, Kwik Kar Oil & Lube Street Stocks, Cottman Transmissions Mini Stocks, Jr Mini Stocks & Budweiser Racing Texas Twisters. Special Events designed especially for the kids as well as Powder Puff Races, Pit Crew Tire Contest and our all time crowd pleaser, the Demolition Derby.

 

Come join the fun, at Texas Thunder Speedway

 

Bill "Sarge" Masom

Texas Thunder Speedway PR/Media

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Yes it is sad to see a once great class go away.

 

But the class in recent years hasn't had enough of a car count to keep it going. Very little new blood in the last few years, and long time old blood either not racing or moving up in class.

 

And the cost of a competitive engine has skyrocketed.

 

Thankfully there is a low cost alternative in the Budweiser Racing Texas Twisters, for those who can't afford to move up.

 

Bill "Sarge" Masom

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Yes it is sad to see a once great class go away.

 

But the class in recent years hasn't had enough of a car count to keep it going. Very little new blood in the last few years, and long time old blood either not racing or moving up in class.

 

And the cost of a competitive engine has skyrocketed.

 

Thankfully there is a low cost alternative in the Budweiser Racing Texas Twisters, for those who can't afford to move up.

 

Bill "Sarge" Masom

always a chance to rebuild someday . and the cost of horse power is high . someday that will hurt all mini stock classes . not much stock about them as it is now . when every one wanted to keep out raceing springs and shocks they thought they would save money well that hasnt worked 4 6 8 thousand dollar motors came into play .just to keep up .id rather have the set up parts than the horse power . in the 80.s 90.s the cars at cc ran as fast with almost stock motors with set up then as we do now with no springs and shocks . in fact i ran 16 flat to 16.20 s back in 1989 .with just a good cam headers and 5200 carbs .and some cars ran in the 15.s now more motor .less set up parts .street tires and slower times .more money spent .

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