Southern Indiana Set To Have Great Racing Weekend
Auto racing fans in Southern Indiana are no doubt looking forward to a fantastic Fourth of July weekend. Both the Oâ€™Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions and the Oâ€™Reilly Midwest All Star Series will be heading to the Terre Haute â€œAction Trackâ€ to celebrate the weekend in style in what is one of the most anticipated events of the season.
Auto racing fans in Southern Indiana are no doubt looking forward to a fantastic Fourth of July weekend. Both the O’Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions and the O’Reilly Midwest All Star Series will be heading to the Terre Haute “Action Track” to celebrate the weekend in style in what is one of the most anticipated events of the season.
It will all kick off when the O’Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions makes a stop at the KC Raceway in Chillicothe, in Ohio, on July 3rd. The event taking place there is called “The Night the Stars Come Out” and it will see the best of the series vying for first place and extra points on the high banked 3/8 mile track. After that the series will head off to the Terre Haute Action Track for the Independence Day festivities. Off the track fans can expect the usual buzz with promotional tents, t-shirt trailers and plenty of excellent food. The autograph sessions will start around 16:30 and fans will be able to get their effects signed by Brian Ellenberger, Kody Kinser, Jerrod Hull, Miranda Throckmorton and more.
The racing schedule promises to be excellent and event organizers have tried to ensure that fans get to see a wide variety of events. The action will kick off with two non-winged sprint car events – the Don Smith Classic and the Tony Hulman Classic – and then go on to feature the main event: the All Star series. The All Star drivers will bring a very high caliber of driving to the circuit and fans will no doubt enjoy watching them blast around the track at exhilarating speeds. Once all the racing action is over, fans can stick around for a massive fireworks display by Sky Magic Promotions. All of this will mark the perfect start to the Fourth of July long weekend. Tickets for the event are only $10, while family’s can organize a family infield pass for two adults and four children for just $25. Reserved Grandstand tickets are also available for those who enjoy their little luxuries. Gates will open at 16:00 and hotlaps will begin at 18:00. So make sure that you don’t miss out on all this hot racing action!