NeilTPS Posted May 14, 2005 Report Share Posted May 14, 2005 King of the Hill for I-37 Speedway Limited Late Models Pleasanton, Texas - I-37 Speedway will feature a novelty race on Friday night May 20. It will the “King of the Hill” contest for the I-37 Limited Late Models. In this event, participants will be eliminated, one by one until a “King of the Hill” emerges. The May 20th racing program will also feature: The IMCA Modifieds… IMCA Southern Sports Modifieds… Pure Stocks… Street Stocks and the Limited Late Models racing for “King of the Hill” honors. The IMCA Modified Class will be competing for 2005 IMCA National Points. Heat and Feature Races will be contested for all five classes. Gates will open at 4pm. The racing program will begin Friday, May 20 at 8:30pm. 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 Interstate 37 to exit #104 (Leal Road) then proceed south on the east frontage road to I-37 Speedway. Detailed I-37 racing information is available by calling I-37 Speedway office toll free 800/377-1303 or call 210/532-5421 or call General Manager Frank Torres at 210/367-6261 or visiting www.i37dirtspeedway.com Regular I-37 Speedway Ticket Prices: Adult Grandstand - $ 10 Seniors 65 and older - $ 8 Competitors Pit Passes - $ 25 Children 7 to 11 years - $ 3 Children 6 and under - FREE Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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