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July 16 -IMCA & “Train” Races at I-37 Speedway


Pleasanton, Texas -


This Friday night, under the lights, I-37 Speedway will feature the IMCA Modifieds, a full class racing event and a special event,” Train Races” on July 16th.


Gates open at 4:00pm on Friday, July 16th. The racing program starts at 8:30pm. The I-37 Speedway racing program will include the following featured classes:


IMCA Modifieds…Limited Late Model… Super Stocks…Pure Stocks

and a special concluding novelty event…“Train Races”

Heat and Feature Races will be held for each classification. The “Train Races” feature stock cars which are tied together with chains and team race as a train.


I-37 Speedway is a quarter mile oval dirt track located on the east side I-37 exactly 30 miles south of the Interstate 37 and Loop 410 interchange.


Racing fans from San Antonio, Corpus Christi and other South Texas areas should take exit # 104 (Leal Road) proceed south on the east frontage road and follow the signs to I-37 Speedway. Maps and detailed I-37 racing information is available on http://www.i-37speedway.com

or call 210/534-1898 or track office at 210/532-5421.


I-37 Speedway Admission Prices:


Adult Grandstand - $ 10

Seniors 65 and older - $ 7

Competitors Pit Passes - $ 25

Children ages 7 to 11 years - $ 3

Children ages 6 and under – FREE

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The first I-37 News Release a few weeks ago about the 30 wounded military personnel visiting I-37 Speedway program listed Jim Phillips and his organizing of the weekly project and the contribution by participating food and drink sponsors.


In behalf of I-37 Promoter Joe Horne, we thank you for your nice comments about Jim's work on this continuing project.


Neil Upchurch

I-37 Press Department

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