USAC Sprint Cars Visit This Wednesday Night
The USAC Amsoil National Sprint Car tour is in the midst of another exciting Indiana Sprint week. Two of the seven events are completed with only a makeup race at Kokomo before the anticipated return to the Terre Haute Action Track this coming Wednesday night, July 15.
Sprint week began on Friday night at Gas City I-69 Speedway with Chase Stockon besting a field of 46 cars to claim the victory. 46 cars were at Kokomo Speedway on Saturday night, but the event was interrupted by rain during the semi and the rest of the night was postponed to Monday. On Sunday night, Brady Bacon won his first ever Indiana Sprint week show at Lawrenceburg.
The 28th Annual Indiana Sprint week visit at Terre Haute’s Action Track should be a thriller. With fields averaging 40+ over the first few events, a strong group of drivers will converge on the historic facility Wednesday night for the mid-point of the annual festivities.
The USAC Sprint week show at Terre Haute is a main attraction in the grandstands at the Vigo County Fair, which started Sunday, July 12 and runs through Saturday, July 18. Race teams will have to enter from the backside of facility by turning right on Johnson, left on Union, and left on Fairgrounds Drive, as the main driveway through the fairgrounds will be filled with vendors. Fans will still enter the on the front side of the fairgrounds and parking will be free before 4:00, while the fair charges a nominal $5 parking fee after 4:00. Get there early to check out all that the fair has to offer, including some great food.
Pit gates open Wednesday at 3:00, grandstands at 4:00, hotlaps at 6:30, qualifying at 7:00, and racing will begin at 7:30. Grandstand admission is $25, infield admission is $15, and children 10 and under are free.
For more information, visit www.terrehauteactiontrack.net.