Lebanon Midway Speedway pads Out-Pace USRA B-Mod purse for Bud Perry Memorial
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September 3, 2018  |  by Ronnie Williams

The Lebanon Midway Speedway will swing back into action on Saturday, Sept., 8, with a $500-to-win Out-Pace USRA B-Mod feature to kick off the Fall Survivor Series. The second running of the Bud Perry Memorial will also be awarding Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points.

Format will be an open draw with passing points and top six or eight qualifers will redraw for feature race lineup.

The track has posted the following main event payout: 1. $500, 2. $350, 3. $225, 4. $175, 5. $150, 6. $125, 7. $100 and $75 to start, $35 to non-qualifiers.

Bud's Tire will award the winner an American Racer KK-704 racing tire, the runner-up gets a new racing wheel and third-place will earn a $25 certificate.

Last year, Sam Petty held back repeated charges from 2017 track champion Tyler Brown to grab the win last season. Petty, who captured the 2018 Spring/Summer Series title is expected to head up a very talented field of area drivers.

Action will also include the Cash Money Super Late Models, Pure Stocks, Hornets, Midwest Modifieds and Gateway Vintage Racing Association.

Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 6:35 and racing at 7:30. Draw cut-off time will be at 6:50. Pit passes will be $35 for adults and Kids 12 and under are $10. Grandstand prices will be $17 for adults with kids ages 8-12 only $5 plus discounts for seniors and military.

For more information visit the track's Facebook page or www.MidwaySpeedway.net.

Bud Perry owned Bud’s Tire & Wheel at Grant Avenue and College Street (Route 66) since 1958. His business was one of Springfield’s first to offer custom wheels. He welcomed visitors to his shop and invited them to take photos of those murals. Perry also was known in the area as a racer. In 2002, he was inducted into the Ozark Area Racers Association, Racing Pioneer Award and John T. Woodruff Award, which recognizes Springfieldians’ contributions to Route 66. He loved helping numerous charities including the ANPAC Car Show, Junebug Jamboree and Relay for Life among others. Leslie “Bud” Perry, 79, of Springfield, Mo., peacefully entered into his heavenly home on Jan. 23, 2017.



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