Photo: Brendon Bauman May 29, 2022 (Lewistown, IL) The 2022 Mars Racing Series tour held its fifth event of the season at Spoon River Speedway on Sunday night paying $5,064 to win. The pits filled up with 21 cars at the high banked Spoon River Speedway. In Allstar Performance qualifying it was Kolby Vanderbergh who laid down the quickest lap at 13.218 seconds. This set the stage for 3 heat races to set the field for the 40 lap $5,064 to win event. In Arizona Sport Shirts Heat Race #1 McKay Wenger took the win with Kolby Vandenbergh and Ryan Unzicker the [...]
Photo: Kevin Zambory May 28, 2022 (Fairbury, IL) The 2022 Mars Racing Series tour held its round four event at Fairbury Speedway on Saturday night paying $3,000 to win. Rain once again claimed the scheduled Friday night show at Farmer City. Many drivers were ready to get the Memorial Day weekend action underway. The pits filled up with 25 cars at the track dubbed “America’s Dirt Track.” In Allstar Performance qualifying it was McKay Wenger who laid down the quickest lap at 12.625 seconds. This set the stage for 3 heat races to set the field for the 30 lap $3,000 [...]
Tonight’s event at Farmer City Raceway has been postponed due to overnight and morning showers. A July 22nd make up date has been set for the event. The Annual JR Kimler Memorial will now be Mars sanctioned with a $3,000 to win payday on the line. See you all at #FALS tomorrow night May 28th.
Photo: Bryce Graves May 22, 2022 (Quincy, IL) The 2022 Mars Racing Series tour continued Sunday night at Adams County Speedway for the Sunday night special paying $7,000 to win. A weekend of bad weather washed out Friday and Saturday night events and drivers were eager to get at on the Illinois and Missouri border. The pits filled up with 24 cars at the track formally named Quincy Raceways. In Allstar Performance qualifying it was McKay Wenger who laid down the quickest lap at 12.862 seconds. This set the stage for 3 heat races to set the field for the 40 [...]
(May 21, 2022) – Early morning showers and unfavorable forecast left no choice to Series and track officials but to postpone the return of Super Late Models to Charleston Speedway. The event is looking for a suitable make up date for the Mars Racing Series debut to the 3/8 mile. Details will be given once they are finalized.