Cooler size 10x14x12 Tall (NO Exceptions) $10 everytime thru gate. NO Food or Glass
NO Large Purses, Bags or Backpacks Allowed | No Dogs Allowed in Grandstand Area
Pouches $20 I Chips $20
This will be the final race of 2022 at the Spoon. Come out and get your fix. Purse is posted on the website under the rules tab. $1.00 hot dogs and $2.00 corn dogs while they last.
The last Modified Challenge race will be this Saturday Night Sept 17th at the 35th Tom Knowles Memorial paying the 30 lap feature winner $3000. Five races so far with five different winners. The Modified Challenge Champion will be decided this Saturday night with the point champ taking home a $1500 check, 2nd in points will receive $700, 3rd $400, 4th $250 and 5th place will receive $150. Dave Weitholder holds a slim 10 point lead over second place and current track point leader Josh Allen. In third only 16 points out of the lead is Brandon Roberts, fourth is Allen Weisser (-33) and rounding out the top five is Tyler Nicely (-37). Sixth thru tenth has Mark Anderson (-45), Mike Brooks (-50), Cole Falloway (-53), Trevor Neville(-60) and in a tie for tenth Mike McKinney and Lucas Lee (-68).
Also running will be the exciting Morrow Brothers Ford, MOWA Sprint Cars, the MARS Super Late Model Series both also running for $3000 to win, the E/B Mods and the USAC/IMRA SpeeD2 Midgets.
ate Model Series, the E/B Mods and the USAC/IMRA SpeeD2 Midgets.
The WOO Extreme Outlaw Sprint Car Series will invade the high banks of the Spoon this Saturday night Sept 10th. These high power wingless sprint cars always put on an exciting show. Also running will be the Dirtcar Modifieds in their 5th Challenge night running for $2500 to win. Filling out the race card will be the E/B Mods. Prices and times are listed on the flyer. Hope to see you then!!
The 32nd running of the Modified Plow Boy Nationals will be held this Sunday night Sept 4th at the high banks of the Spoon River Speedway. Modifieds will run a 50 lap feature event paying the winner $5000. Nick Hoffman has dominated this event the last 3 years and is expected to run once again. Track point leader Josh Allen has been on a roll and says he is up for the challenge. Look for other hot shoes like Michael McKinney, Tyler Nicely, Mike Harrison, Will Crup, Mark Anderson, Josh Harris, and last years track champion Dave Weitholder and many others to try and bring home the big check and the championship belt. Also this year Spoon has brought in the exciting MARS Late Model series which will also run for $5000 to win their 40 lap feature event. Rounding out the race card on Sunday will be the Pro Late Models, E/B Mods and the Hornets. These three classes will only run a feature event. These three classes Lineups will be decided in their time trials. If over 20 cars in their division the top 14 will lock in and the rest will run a B main to decide the final 6 spots. If 20 or less cars all will start feature. Top qualifier in these three classes will redraw 1 to 8 for invert in their feature event.
Modified and MARS L/M feature invert will be announced in the drivers meeting.
Free Camping. Please lineup along fence outside of turn 4 first then once this area is full rest can park in back of parking lot by corn field.
This is one of the biggest races of the year at the Spoon and we hope everyone can partake in this exciting event.
All pricing and times are listed on the flyer
This Saturday Night August 20th the Fans will be treated to not only a great night of racing actions but they will get to meet the drivers that race the high banks of the Spoon for only a $5 General Admission ticket sponsored by FCFB. Classes racing, times and prices are listed on the flyer. Spread the word and we will see you all this Saturday Night August 20th for Meet the Drivers Night/ RailSplitter Nationals Night and Fan Appreciation Night sponsored by FCFB at the Spoon.
Quick Draw format
3 segments of racing for all classes.
Modifieds and Pro Lates will run three 15 lap segments.
E/B Mods will run three 10 lap segments.
Hornets will run three 8 lap segments.
Kid Mods will run three 6 lap segments
No Time Trials. Hot Laps only.
Everyone will draw when you get your transponder for starting spot in 1st segment.
2nd segment will be inverted by how you finish 1st segment.
3rd segment will be inverted by how you finish 2nd segment.
Point will be added for your finish in each segment to determine the final finishing order of your division.
If you drop out of a segment you will be allowed to run the next segment.
Feature rules will apply to each segment.
Purse will be posted on the website under the rules tab for this race.
This will be the fourth race out of six for the Modified Challenge.
It’s a race the fans love because of all the passing. You don’t have to finish first in all the segments to become the overall winner, just collect the most points. Some drivers love it some don’t but this race has been a tradition at Spoon for over 20 years. We hope you will enjoy it and have fun. Times and admission prices are listed on the flyer.
Good luck to all.
EXTREME TEMPERATURES FORCE POSTPONEMENT OF TOM KNOWLES MEMORIAL
July 21, 2022 (Canton, IL) With forecasted temperatures on Saturday around 100℉ and heat indices between 105℉ and 110℉, Spoon River Speedway officials have made the decision to postpone the 35th Annual Tom Knowles Memorial.
“The safety of our drivers, workers and fans alike is of utmost importance”, said SRS Promoter Brad Denney.
The event will now take place on September 17, moving the event back to its normal fall-time race date. The Morrow Brothers Ford MOWA Sprint Car Series and MARS Late Models will run for $3,000 to win. DIRTcar UMP Modifieds will close out their six-race Modified Challenge series with a $3,000 to win race. E/B Mods will race for $1,000 to win and lastly the USAC/IMRA SpeeD2 Midgets will battle for a $1,500 top prize in the annual running of the Hull/Trone Memorial.
Spoon River Speedway will sit dormant for one more week, on July 31, due to the Fulton County Fair. Racing action will resume on August 6 with Kids Back Pack Night and the running of the Greg Gilmore Memorial.
More information can be found by visiting www.spoonriverspeedway.com or on Facebook at Spoon River Speedway.