Once again, the gates will open at Tri-State Speedway in 2024 with a stellar line-up of race events as we celebrate our 67th year of operation. Many things have changed over the years but one consistency has been the powerful racing exhibited by the drivers and the faithful fans who still show up to witness them.
The season will start off with the most anticipated event of the year as the World of Outlaw Sprints roll into Haubstadt on April 20th. With their increased purse on the line, it will once again be a race like no other as the victor takes home the $12,000 winners check.
When the month of May hits, the Spring Showdown with the USAC Sprints and the MMSA Mini-Sprints will start off on May 11th followed up by the first holiday weekend event, the Memorial Weekend Classic on Sunday, May 26th. The newly formed Midwest Thunder 410 Sprint Car Series will debut here with the MMSA Mini-Sprints competing as well.
A new day and a new month will start off our June races with the USAC Midget Week event moving to a Saturday night format. Not only do you get to witness the USAC Midgets but the Midwest Thunder 410 Sprint Series will be in action, too. Another new series to hit our track will be the Maverick Wing Sprints on June 22nd. This race will be included in the Maverick Mayhem events being held June 20th – June 23rd which are also co-sanctioned by IRA.
The Late Model Summernationals along with the Summit Modifieds make their annual trek to the Class Track on Sunday, July 7th. For the late model and modified fans, this is a must-see event!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, August 3rd for the popular USAC Indiana Sprint Week race. This week of races will be sure to please non-wing race fans across the nation as they present eight different venues throughout the state of Indiana featuring top drivers as they compete for the title of Sprint Week Champion for 2024.
Also in the month of August is the Hoosier Sprint National race on August 17th. This annual event has become a favorite for drivers and fans alike. Also in action will be the MMSA Mini-Sprints.
The month of September starts off with the Labor Day Weekend Challenge on September 1st. The Midwest Thunder 410 Sprint Car Series and the UMP Modifieds will provide the racing entertainment plus the Midwest Vintage Racecar Club will have their cars on display. Closing out September is the largest payout here on Saturday, September 14th. The Haubstadt Hustler race featuring USAC Sprints will pay $20,000 to the winner! This is another race event that is historically one of the most attended here as the non-wing racers challenge each other for the Haubstadt Hustler title.
The closing race of the 2024 season will be the Harvest Cup on October 5th. The Midwest Thunder 410 Sprint Car drivers will compete for the top prize of $8000 plus the 305 Racesaver Sprints will provide added excitement to the race program.
As we step into another race season, we hope you are able to attend several events. We offer a varied schedule of racing groups sure to please those who love the excitement and sound of racing engines being fired up!