The final weekend of points for USRA Modifieds and USRA B-Mods in the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series will feature four monstrous events during Halloween weekend with the inaugural Modster Mash. With more than $35,000 to the winner(s) of the four USRA Modified feature races and $5,033 to the USRA B-Mod winner(s), this simmering cauldron of cash is REAL MONEY for REAL RACERS... 100% treats, 0 tricks.
On Thursday, October 29, drivers will get their first chance to race for great money in the inaugural King of the Ring at the Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, Oklahoma, with $10,050 to win and $700 to start for USRA Modifieds. There's also a $2,000 top prize up for grabs for the USRA B-Mods with at least $100 to start the main event and $75 for non-qualifiers presented by Drive4JRT.com, SDI and Robert Vinson.
On Friday, October 30, head north to the Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, for the 5th Annual Grant Junghans Memorial paying $10,002 to win the USRA Modified main event. Currently, the start money is no less than $1,152. More money will be added as sponsorships come in. USRA B-Mods will also be racing for $1,002 to win and $102 to start.
On Saturday, October 31, the inaugural Mel Hambelton Ford Modified Spooktacular presented by Park City will take place at the 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas, with a $10,031 paycheck going to the winner and a minimum of $700 to each starter in the main event. USRA B-Mods will also be running for $1,031 to win and $131 to start.
On Sunday, November 1, the road leads to the Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kansas, for the first-ever Halloween Hangover at The Hummer featuring a $5,000-to-win, $320-to-start feature for USRA Modifieds and USRA B-Mods once again sharing the spotlight and racing for $1,000 to win. USRA Tuners are also on the racing card.
Come trick-or-treating to http//usraracing.com and follow the USRA and Modster Mash on social media.