INDIAN Midget Week is in the United States Auto Club record books, and now it’s time to begin planning for Indiana Sprint Week.
Those who attended Midget Week races are sure to want to attend Sprint Week races. Midget Week was tough for the fans who wanted to take in the entire series, but Sprint Week will be even tougher.
Sprint Week will begin July 13 at Gas City I-69 Speedway and conclude July 21 at Tri-State Speedway at Haubstadt. Other races in the series will be held at Kokomo Speedway (July 14), Lawrenceburg Speedway (July 15), the Terre Haute Action Track (July 18), Lincoln Park Speedway at Putnamville (July 19) and Bloomington Speedway
The series is characterized by full pits and fuller grandstands. Fans will want to arrive early to assure having a good seat.
The series will be even tougher for the competitors. Car counts will be as high as 70, and for some races, they may be even higher. Everyone will qualify, and the fastest 32 qualifiers will be divided into four heat races. They will be inverted for the start of the heat races. Drivers from 33 on back will be slated for non-qualifiers’ races, and the top four from those races will tag the tail of the heat races. The first four from each heat will transfer to the feature along with the first six from the hooligan.
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