(June 23, 2016)
This week’s races presented by Mega Motorsports will feature a $500 to Win Bone Stock event as well as Side-by-Side and Youth Go-Kart events. Any Side-by-Side 800 to 1,000 CC may compete, must have seat belts or doors or nets and driver must have helmet and a number on their machine. Prize money paid to the top 3 finishers, 1st place $300, 2nd place $200, and 3rd place $100. Youth Go-Karts have 2 classes. A yard kart class 6.5 HP or less and a race kart class 15 HP or less NO... 2 strokes. Both classes are for ages 6 thru 12 with trophies for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place.

Bone Stock Payout 1. $500, 2. $250, 3. $175, 4. $100, 5. $80, 6. $70, 7. $55, 8. $50, 9. $35, 10. $30, 11. $30, 12-24. $25

This will be a 20 lap event and ran last in race order! Qualifying will be by heat races with no invert.

(June 23, 2016)
With our Firecracker weekend presented by Hood’s Performance only 2 weeks away a lot of Super Stock drivers have questions about rules and most have the same questions. We will be running 100% Legit Speedway rules. This means no weight jacks and no out board shocks that have been allowed by some other area tracks this year. Trunks must have a downward slope to the rear as they did stock. Our rules are exactly the same as last year other than our weight is 3100 stock floor pan... or 3200 flat steel floor pan. We want everyone to be able to come and race but will stand firm by these rules.

If anyone has any questions or need clarification of the rules please contact us or come to the race this week and have our tech team check your car and clear any questions you might have. This should give you time to fix anything before next week. We are not going to pick your car apart, but we are not a run what you brung race track. If a rule is worth putting in the rule book its worth enforcing. We will be paying out good money to good legal race cars. Hope to see everyone July 1st for Qualifying. | Firecracker Twin 50 Registration | Firecracker Twin 50 Format

(June 18, 2016)
A large crowd was on hand for the 2nd annual Logger Appreciation Night at Legit Speedway Park in West Plains. Temperatures were warm at race time but the crowd got to enjoy a great night of racing. In the Mayfield Auto Repair UMP DIRTcar Late Model Race it was Josh Hughes (#17) of West Plains taking the checkered flag and claiming the $1,000 check. Hughes, who started in 3rd quickly got in the lead and once there, never relinquished. Justin Wells (#98) of Aurora, MO finished in 2nd and Scott Crigler (#12) of Alton finished in 3rd.

In the SerivceMaster IMCA Modified class fans saw Stephen Muilenburg of Sparta come away with the win. Muilenburg (#39) who has raced every season since the speedway opened in West Plains. Muilenburg had a wire-to-wire win in the event. Robby Arnold (#21) of Marmaduke Arkansas finished in 2nd and Shawn Walsh (#73) of Ash Flat Arkansas finished in 3rd. | MORE

(June 4, 2016)
After a week filled with rain it was questionable whether there would be races on Saturday night at Legit Speedway. But the rain held off on Saturday and the Legit staff were able to get the track in racing condition for Saturday night's event presented by West Plains Propane and Duke Boyz.

In the Mayfield Auto Repair UMP Late Model race it was the Wells boys and Brandon Ball battling it out for the win. Ball led for much of the race but in the late laps Cole Wells (#10) of Aurora, who started in 5th overtook Ball to earn the checkered flag. Cole Wells, who has finished 4 times in the top 5 this season, got his first win of 2016. It was Justin Wells (#98) of Aurora finishing in 2nd and Brandon Ball (#32) of West Plains finishing in 3rd after starting on the pole. | MORE

(May 21, 2016)
The big feature on Saturday night was the special $1000-to-win Hobby Stock feature sponsored by Global Steel Buildings of West Plains. Twenty one cars were in the field for the extra money event which provided some great entertainment for the fans. In the end, it was Kendall Prince (#76) of Corning Arkansas taking the checkered flag and making his 4th trip to Victory Lane this season. Prince also sits atop the points standings for the season. Jesse Shearin (#38) of West Plains finished in 2nd and Will Smart (#26S) of West Plains finished in 3rd. Becky Alford (#99) of Poplar Bluff actually crossed the finish line 2nd but was disqualified in the post race tech inspection for modifications to her Crate engine.

Saturday night was also the first night for the Mega Motorsports Side-By-Side races. 3 competitors took to the stage with David Reese of Hughes Arkansas coming away with the first win of the season. And, in another first, the youngsters hit the newly constructed Go-Kart track for the first Youth Go-Kart Event of the season. It was Jade Barry blazing her way to the win in the Go-Kart event and Kolton Stolba winning the Yard Kart event. These events will be added events throughout the season. | MORE

(May 7, 2016)
A large crowd was on hand last Saturday at Legit Speedway for the 2nd Annual Farmer Appreciation Night. It was a regular points night and all six classes were in action with a great field of drivers and cars.

UMP Late Model sponsored by Mayfield Auto Repair of West Plains – Jesse Stovall (00) of Billings Missouri rolled into Legit Speedway and cruised his way to a wire-to-wire win. Stovall jumped out front early and continued to extend his lead throughout the race. Fans enjoyed a clean race as Kaleb Stolba (33K) finished in 2nd and Brad Looney (14) of Republic finished 3rd . | MORE

(April 16, 2016)
Jeff “The Animal” Taylor of Jonesboro Arkansas rolled into Legit Speedway Saturday night for the Service Master IMCA Modified event. Taylor, who won the IMCA Arkansas Spring Nationals in March, came in looking for that $1500 paycheck. He started 4 rows back of last years Legit IMCA Champion Daryl Hay of Doniphan. Hay led for 11 laps of the 30 lap feature but started losing ground on lap 12. Logan Martin of West Plains started outside on the 2nd row and ran in 2nd place, passing Hay on lap 12 and leading for the next 16 laps. But with 4 laps to go, Martin tried to move out of his groove on the low and middle of the track and Taylor passed him in turn 2. Once in the lead, Taylor kept it for the remaining 4 laps to take the checkered flag and the $1500 prize. Martin finished in 2nd with Robby Arnold of Marmaduke, Ark finishing 3rd. Richi Tosh and Brian Ritchie rounded out the top 5. | MORE

(April 9, 2016)
It was a crisp, cool opening night at Legit Speedway as the crowd braved the cold for a great night of racing, sponsored by K-Kountry 95 of Thayer. A good car count provided the best night of entertainment a racing fan could ask for. In their 2nd season under new ownership, Legit has added UMP sanctioning to the Late Model field and there were a good number of Late Models on hand for opening night. It was Wendall Wallace - (6) taking the checkered flag in the season opener. Wallace started on the pole but was given a hard challenge early by #12 Scott Crigler of Alton. Crigler had his Longhorn on the track for the 1st time and it was running great. He passed Wallace on lap 2 and was looking good when a flat on lap 4 sent him to the pits never to return. From that point, Wallace led the rest of the race. Brandon Ball (32) got the outside position on row 2 after a late lap caution which gave him the advantage on the restart to move up to 2nd position. Kaleb Stolba (33), last years track champion finished in 3rd. Track fans and drivers were excited to see Stolba on the track after a freak accident in November nearly took his leg. Mayfield Auto Repair are the class sponsors this year for the UMP DIRT Late Model class. | MORE



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