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We have all seen it – we have all lived it – but now we want to move forward in this new world and experience a sport that has taken a back seat for a few months. On Sunday, June 14, there will be racing at Tri-State Speedway but with seating restrictions placed at 50% capacity. For this reason, all tickets sales (general admission and pit passes) must be ordered in advance online.

It is an easy process to follow by going to usactickets.com. After logging in, you will need to scroll down to find the June 14 event at Tri-State Speedway. The entire process is quick and simple if you follow it through and submit.  You will then receive a confirmation which you will bring to the track to exchange for your ticket(s) at either the ticket booth or pit entrance.

This inaugural Showdown race for 2020 will feature the USAC Sprints along with the MSCS Sprint drivers for a top prize of $5000. With very little racing completed so far this year, there will be many anxious drivers ready to hit the track.  Also in action will be the MMSA MIni-Sprints to complete the program.

We have updated our schedule to reflect the changes made necessary by the Covid-19 pandemic. All of the previously scheduled races in April and May were canceled with the World of Outlaw Late Model race postponed from May 30.  Discussions are taking place to find another possible date for that event.

The July 5th date dubbed the American Classic featuring the MSCS Sprints, Modifieds, and MMSA Mini-Sprints is a new addition. This year more than ever, there could still possibly be changes or dates made to our schedule.

As we return to racing, please be assured we want to do all that is necessary to keep you and your family safe. We will do our best to meet all state-mandated guidelines and look forward to seeing so many familiar faces.

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