Racing resumes at the RPM Speedway on Friday, May 1, with an action-packed show featuring the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series on tap for action-starved race fans in Crandall, Texas.
Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series classes running this Friday night include the O'Reilly Auto Parts USRA Modifieds, Ken Parker Service Heating & Air USRA Limited Mods, By-Line Surveying LLC Sunoco USRA Factory Stocks and Day Motor Sports USRA Tuners. Buckmeyer Motorsports Eco Mods and Southern Topless Economy Modifieds will also be on the card.
Advance general admission tickets are available for purchase until noon on Friday, May 1. Once you’ve purchased your ticket, print and bring your ticket with you or screenshot the ticket on your phone. Ticket and drivers license must be present in order to gain entry. Go to rpmdirt.com to get your tickets now.
General admission gate will open at 6 p.m.
Thanks to Casey Fowler and the folks at Texas Locomotive Solutions, the USRA Modified feature will pay $1,200 to win and $150 to start. A.B.E.L. Truck & Trailer Sales also added $500 to the purse in honor of C.A. Wilder.
The Sunoco USRA Factory Stocks will pay $300 to win and $50 to start courtesy of Dustin Cannaday with D&M Motorsports and a top prize of $250 awatis the USRA Tuner feature winner with a little help from Nathan Forgason and DX Motorsports.
We ask that you help us continue to follow CDC guidelines and respect others safeties and concerns.
We will follow Governor Abbott’s 25% occupancy regulations in the grandstand area. We ask that families sit together and that you keep a 6’ distance between others. The gate from the general admission and pits will remain closed until further notice.
We also ask that all tow rigs leave a safe distance between competitors and use social distancing measures there as well. Each driver is allowed a maximum of four crew members.
Concessions will be open and will have social distancing guidelines there also.
In closing we would like to thank Ken Cates (Kaufman County Commissioner-Precinct 4) and Steve Howie (Kaufman County Emergency Management Director) for their assistance in helping get our doors back open.