MSCS TO RACE AT THE TERRE HAUTE ACTION TRACK
ADDITIONAL DATE HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE 2013 SCHEDULE
Haubstadt, IN – Apr. 29, 2013. The Hoosier Tire Midwest Sprint CarSeries will be racing at the Terre Haute Action Track again in 2013. The date for the event has been set for July 2nd. That night will be NASCAR Night at the track. Details will be forthcoming in advance of the race. The UMP Modifieds will be racing to conclude the program.
The MSCS Sprints will share the sprint car portion of the race card with the KISS Series. The arrangement should further insure a quality field of sprint car competitors. The event will be the seventh and final race for the 2013 King of Indiana Sprint Series. This race now holds the promise of also deciding the KISS championship.
The event is pivotal for MSCS drivers in that it falls right in the middle of the MSCS schedule. It will be sixth of thirteen scheduled events this year and also provide fans and drivers with three big events in seven days, all situated in and around the 4th of July holiday.
Action begins Saturday night June 29th at Tri-State Speedway and now continues at the Terre Haute Action Track on Tuesday, July 2nd before winding up Friday night July 5th at the Bloomington Speedway for the Sheldon Kinser Memorial. This is one week to look forward to. Drivers will be looking at $2,000 to win at Haubstadt, $2,500 to win at Terre Haute, and $5,000 to win at Bloomington as they make the circuit.
Robert Ballou was victorious at last year’s KISS-MSCS race at Terre Haute which was held in April. Levi Jones captured a second MSCS race in June which was billed as NASCAR Night in 2012. This year it will all happen in one night in July! Defending MSCS Champion Jon Stanbrough posted fourth and second place finishes in those events! He was also the KISS Champion for 2012!
The MSCS season will begin as originally scheduled on May 11th with a co-sanctioned show which also features the United States Auto Club. This season opener for MSCS and first non wing show of the season at Tri-State Speedway will pay $5,000 to win. It all begins with the Spring Showdown! It is the first of three races on the schedule this season with a top prize of 5 grand.
For Immediate Release: Provided as News and Information for MSCS.