BIG NIGHTS OF ACTION PLANNED FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND!!
$14,000 Possible-To-Win for CCSDS Contingent at Legit
5, 2020 --- Alas, there’s finally some light at the
end of the tunnel for the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented
by Lucas Oil. After losing multiple dates over the past few months,
due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the series is now proud to announce
the addition of new races to the 2020 schedule. In fact, on May
22-23, the tour is set to resume its 2020 campaign with a newly-added,
high-paying weekend of racing at Gary Stolba’s Legit Speedway
Park (West Plains, Missouri).
On Friday night, May 22 the West Plains Resaw Back To Business
30 is highlighted by a complete $4,000-to-win / $400-to-start, CCSDS
program. Meanwhile, the Missouri Hardwoods Back To The Future 50
lights up the Missouri sky on Saturday, May 23 with a complete $10,000-to-win
/ $600-to-start affair.
“I can’t begin to describe how excited we are to finally
have a definitive date of when we’ll be returning to racing.
Even more it’s great to be planning on an event, where we
know that fans and racers alike will be able to attend,” CCSDS
CEO Chris Sullivan shared. “We can’t thank Gary Stolba
enough for this opportunity.
“With this being our first race back, it only seemed appropriate
to name the opening night the ‘West Plains Resaw Back To Business
30’. Additionally, as the original home of the Show Me 100,
there’s no shortage of Memorial Day weekend history at that
facility. With the major events that the Stolba family wants to
bring to the track in future years, we decided to salute both eras
and call Saturday night the ‘Missouri Hardwoods Back To The
For Legit Speedway Park promoter and owner, Gary Stolba he found
himself with the opportunity to bring Super Late Models back to
Legit Speedway Park [formerly West Plains Motor Speedway] for the
second-straight year over the Memorial Day weekend holiday.
“Last year, the tornado damage at Lucas Oil Speedway forced
officials to postpone the Show Me 100, and this year the pandemic
forced them to postpone it again,” Stolba recollected. “Last
year I put a couple of small shows together at the last minute to
give Super Late Models the chance to race here again. Honestly,
it was my most successful weekend to date with the track, so when
the opportunity presented itself again, I decided to up the ante
with more money and the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series sanction.”
The weekend includes two complete shows for the CCSDS Super Late
Models. On Friday night, May 22 the West Plains Resaw Back To Business
30 includes a $4,000-to-win, 30-lap feature, while the Missouri
Hardwoods Back To The Future 50 is scheduled for Saturday night,
May 23 with a $10,000-to-win, 50 lap-finale.
May 22, 2020: West Plains Resaw Back To Business 30 CCSDS Payout
1)$4,000 2)$2,000 3)$1,250 4)$1,000 5)$900 6)$800 7)$700 8)$600
9)$550 10)$500 11)$475 12)$450 13) $425 14-20)$400
May 23, 2020: Missouri Hardwoods Back To The Future 50 CCSDS Payout
1)$10,000 2)$5,000 3)$2,500 4)$1,750 5)$1,400 6)$1,200 7)$1,000
8)$900 9)$800 10)$700 11)$650 12-20)$600
The CCSDS entry night each night is $110. The tire rule is Hoosier
1350 all four corners with an LM40 Right-Rear option.
In addition, the weekend includes the Scrappin 40’s originally
scheduled programs. On Friday night, in a program presented by West
Plains Recycling, the IMCA Modifieds and Super Stocks take center
stage with complete programs. Additionally, B-Mods will contest
a complete show.
On Saturday night, March 23 the second round of the West Plains
Recycling Scrappin 40’s will be held for IMCA Modifieds and
Super Stocks along with a complete show for Hobby Stocks as well
as the Dirt Track Bank Cash Money Super Dirt Series presented by
Bud’s Tire & Wheel.
Complete event details, including times and admission prices will
be released within the next week.
If you are unable to attend the event, every lap of every race
both nights will be broadcast live at www.DirtOnDirt.com
The broadcasts are free to subscribers.