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Glen Helen Raceway and Wild West Motorsports Park to Expand Race Weekends

Friday, May 31, 2019

Thank you for your patience while we sorted through the best possible options following the devastation in Wheatland, MO. With the recent storm damage suffered at Lucas Oil Speedway, we were forced to make changes in the race schedule in order to allow the speedway the time it needs to clean up and rebuild the facility.

With sincerest regret, we must cancel the Dual Points Race that was originally scheduled for June 29th and 30th

See below for rescheduled dates for the LOORRS series. We will continue to run the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) and the Lucas Oil Midwest Short Course League (LOMSCL) independently, with each of their respective schedules. 

After looking at many different options, below is the best possible solution we have for making up the rounds we will lose at Wheatland. We feel confident moving forward with this plan:

 The LOORRS Series had decided to make both Sparks, Nevada and Glen Helen, California each two-day events. 

  • Sparks, NV will be Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27 NIGHT races. 
  • Glen Helen, CA will be Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6 DAY races. 

The Live stream coverage will transition over to both days at Glen Helen. We will maintain the same number of rounds of racing as well as live stream coverage. 

  • The Regional event that was originally scheduled to be on the same weekend with Nationals in October at Glen Helen has been rescheduled also. The event will still be held at Glen Helen Raceway, but will now be on Saturday, July 13th, and will be a NIGHT race.

As for Lucas Oil Speedway, they continue to clean and rebuild the facility with tremendous amounts of support and love from the surrounding communities. Those who were injured during the storm have been medically treated and released back to their homes and families. 

We sincerely appreciate all of your kind thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. We look forward to getting back to normal as quickly as possible and get ready for the other awesome events that are coming up. Best of luck to those of you who plan to race the first Midwest event at Crandon in a couple of weeks!