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Murray County Speedway
and Sponsor of the 2013
Dominick Bruns Memorial
Stock Car race for
$1,000 to the Winner

 
2014 Rules
IMCA Sport Compact
IMCA Hobby
IMCA Sport Mod
IMCA Stock Car
IMCA Modified

MCRA Sportsmen Rules







Murray County
Racing Association
Hall of Fame



Class of 2013
Jeff Erickson
Russ Winter
 

Class of 2012
Jim Gillette


Class of 2011
Jerry Gronewold
Troy Winter
Ron Luitjens
Fred Widboom
Steve Malherek
 

Class of 2010
Dave Baack
Earle Linder
Rande Johnson
Gary Muecke
Roger Tyrrell




DeBoer Chevy - Edgerton


Pizza Ranch - Slayton

All the equipment is out on the track, making final preparations for Championship Night at the Murray County Speedway, Sun is out and its 80 degrees.

Just a reminder that it is Fan Appreciation night, admission into the Grandstand is $6.00 for adults, $4.00 for students between the ages of 11 - 15 years and children in free. Hot laps at 7:15 with racing at 7:30 pm

Championship Night
Friday Sept. 19th

Sponsors for the night is Chandler Coop & Croplan Genetics.

The makeup championship night for the Murray County Speedway has been set for Friday Sept 19th, with Hot laps at 7:15, with races beginning at 7:30 pm.

All five IMCA classes in be in action. An added bonus for the fans is that it will also be Fan Appreciation Night. Grandstand prices will be the following: Adults will be $6.00, Students between the ages of 11 - 15 yrs. will be $4.00 and all children age 10 & under will get in free. All car registration fees will be waived for this night.

The Murray County Speedway will be holding a Modified Special with a first place check of $1,000 going to the winner. Payout follows below.
1st Place - $1,000
2nd Place - $400
3rd Place - $250
4th Place - $200
5th Place - $175
6th Place - $150
7th Place - $140
8th Place - $130
9th Place - $120
10th Place $110
11th Place - $100
12th-20th Place - $90
To Start A Feature is $75
Tow Money is $70
***Special Thank You to Redline Racing for donating $300 to the modified special***

After all features are done, a Dash for Cash race will be held for the Hobby, Sport Mod, Stock Car and Modified classes, which will take the top six cars from the feature and will invert them for the start of the Dash.
Dash for Cash Payouts for Hobby, Sport Mod & Stock Car is $100 for 1st Place, $50 for second & $25 for third place. Modified Dash for Cash is $150 for first, $100 for second, $50 for third. Dash for Cash will be top six cars for feature, lineup will be inverted, race for six laps. All car registration fees will be waived for this night.

A candy toss will be held for the kids, sponsored by Eric & Tonya Bullerman.



Feature Winners from August 15th
Click here for results

IMCA Sport Compact Feature Winner - Joe Regner


IMCA Hobby Feature Winner - Adam Snyder

IMCA Sport Mod Feature Winner - Adam Ecker


IMCA Stock Car Feature Winner - John Schmidt

IMCA Modified Feature Winner - Dalton Magers

Wingless Sprints Feature Winner - Bret Mellenbrendt




The Board of Directors for the
Murray County Speedway for 2014 is
Glen Van Eck - President/Promoter
Rande Johnson - Vice President
Sharon Staples - Secretary
Jim Gillette - Director
Dan Jensen - Director

 



Email Address
murraycountyspeedway

@yahoo.com

 Murray County Racing Association Board of Directors
 
Glen Van Eck-
President / Promoter
Sharon Staples
Rande Johnson
Jim Gillette
Dan Jensen

Please call Glen
Van Eck on questions
507-220-3511

All IMCA Tech Questions, Please call
Steve Malherek
1-507-828-3314
Tech Man for the
Murray County Speedway


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