Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Dave Grayson's Hot Racing Tickets For April 23rd

Compiled By Dave Grayson

ALL AMERICAN SPEEDWAY. 1/4 MILE. ROSEVILLE, CA. www.allamericanspeedway.com

Saturday, April 23rd After having to deal with cancelling their season opener last Saturday due to rain, All American is set to open this Saturday with racing from the high flying North State Modified Racing Series along with the Bomber and Pro 4 Mods. The gates will open at 4pm followed by opening ceremonies and racing at 6pm.

General admission tickets for adults, age 16 to 59, are $15. Tickets for seniors, age 60 plus, and juniros, age 6 to 15 are $7 with kids 5 and under admitted free. The speedway offers a budget friendly family pack, for $35, which admits two adults and three juniors.

There are a couple of important announcements that the speedway wants their race teams and fans to be aware of. First, and foremost, they ask you not to believe the rumors currently circulating that claims the track will be closing. The All American Speedway will be open for the 2016, they are set and ready to go and they're looking forward to it.

Also, they want to remind their race teams of the new tire rule that will soon go into effect. Realizing that many of the teams still have left over Hoosier Tires in their inventory, they will allow them to be used through this Saturday night, April 23d. After that, the teams will need to make arrangements to switch to American Racer Tires.

KERN COUNTY RACEWAY PARK. 1/2 MILE, 1/4 MILE & 1/8 MILE. BAKERSFIELD, CA. www.kernraceway.com

Saturday, April 23rd Kern County will again be featuring the NASCAR sanctioned Whelen All American Series this Saturday night featuring the NASCAR Late Models, NASCAR Super Stocks, NASCAR Mini Stocks, the INEX Legends and their 911 Racing Series with area first responders behind the wheel. As an added bonus the raceway will . be launching the official debut of their Golden Empire Super Moto Series. The spectator gates will open at 5pm followed by opening ceremonies and racing at 7pm.

The raceway recently launched a new price structure for their tickets that is both fan and budget friendly. General admission tickets, age 16 plus, are $10. Tickets for active duty military, seniors and kids 6 to 15 are $7. Kids 5 and under will be admitted free.


Saturday, April 23rd Las Vegas will be presenting their second annual Hometown Heroes Night, presented by K&N Filters. Representatives from local police, fire, EMT and first responder agencies will display of vehicles at the track behind turn one and will also participate in virtually every aspect of the festivities, from the National Anthem and presentation of colors to the waving of the green flag to start the night's races. All area police, fire and first responder personnel with a valid ID, along with four members of their families, will receive free admission.

There's also going to be a full evening of racing action led by the NASCAR Super Late Models who will be running twin 35 lap main events. Also on the schedule is a 30 lap feature from the USAC HPD Midgets, twin mains from the NASCAR Bombers and the USLCI Thunder Cars. In still more racing, on this very busy night, the schedule includes the NASCAR Grand American Modifieds and the USLCI Legends along with the Bandoleros' Bandit and Outlaw divisions. The spectator gates will open at 5pm followed by qualifying at 5:15pm and opening ceremonies at 650pm.

The Las Vegas Bullring is also budget friendly to its fans who can save money by purchasing advance tickets by visiting the ticket office, calling 1 800 644 4444 or ordering the tickets online at www.lvms.com. General admission tickets for adults are already on sale at a low price of $8.

The Bulling very fan and budget friendly at their concession stands where fans can buy $2 hot dogs and Coca Cola products along with $3 Budweiser products. Remember, anytime you can place the words racing and Las Vegas in the same sentence it's a good thing.

ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY. 1/4 MILE. SAN BERNARDINO, CA. www.theorangeshowspeedway.com

Saturday, April 23rd After inclement weather forced cancellation of last weekend's schedule season opener, the OSS will again present race number one of season number 68 at the historic quarter mile paved oval, presented by 1 800 Loan Mart. Providing the on track excitement will be Legend Cars, Open Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, Bandoleros, the Barber Pole race and the Outlaw Figure 8's. The racing goes green at 7pm.

The OSS is also very fan friendly with their ticket prices. General admission tickets, age 13 plus, are only $8. Tickets for seniors and kids, age 6 to 12, are $6 with kids five and under along with active duty military personnel admitted free.

TUCSON SPEEDWAY. 3/8 MILE. TUCSON, AZ. www.tucsonspeedway.com

Saturday, April 23rd. Tucson on track action this Saturday night will feature their Super Late Model, Truck, Bomber and Mini Stock divisions. The spectator gates will open at 5pm with the racing going green at 7pm. The evening is being presented by Sierra Cycles.

Also on the excitement agenda will be the Great American Trailer Race. This special race is open to any van, SUV, pick up truck including 4 wheel drive and of course cars. The object is to finish the race with your trailer attached while trying to separate the trailers of your competitors from their vehicle. If you lose your trailer, you will be disqualified and you will be black flagged. If you hit another two vehicle with your vehicle, you will be disqualified immediately. The length of the race is at least ten laps unless one of the trailer/two vehicle combo remains intact. In that event, they will be declared the winner.

General admission tickets, age 17 plus, are $12. Tickets for seniors, age 55 plus, and military personnel with valid ID are $10. Kids tickets, age 11 to 16, are $5 with kids 10 and under when accompanied by a paid adult. The speedway also offers a budget friendly family pack, for $30, which admits two adults and two kids.