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Upcoming Events at Plymouth Speedway
Saturday August 26, 2017
John Stone Memorial Night
Saturday Night Event
Racing at 7:00pm
Saturday September 9, 2017
Saturday Night Event
Final Points (Championship)
Racing at 7:00pm
Friday September 15, 2017
World Series of Dirt - Day One
Pro Sprints, Mod Lites, Non-wing 600, Front Wheel Drives, Mini Wedges
Racing 7:00pm
Saturday September 16, 2017
World Series of Dirt - Day Two American Ethanol Late Models, Mods, Super Streets, Thunder Cars, Mod Lites
Racing 7:00pm
Saturday September 23, 2017
Monster Truck Throw Down

Adults presale $20.00
Day of Show $25.00
Kids presale $10.00
Day of Show $15.00
 
 
 
Grall, Jameson take advantage of yellow at Plymouth Speedway
Photo: Tom Grall
Grall, Jameson take advantage of yellow at Plymouth Speedway
PLYMOUTH (AUGUST 19, 2017) –A caution on lap 13 gave Plymouth’s Tom Grall all the momentum he needed to take the lead from Gary’s Randy Lambert in the Thunder Stock series at Plymouth Speedway Saturday night. Lambert finished second, and Wade Clemmons of Hobart was third. Fourth was Clint Hall of Fowler and finishing fifth was Chad McLean of Hobart.
“Randy was hard to pass, but we’re glad to be up here,” Grall said of his first-place finish.
In the Modified race, Rensselaer’s Devin Wright and Lake Village’s Jamie Lomax drew a red flag when their cars got tangled during a caution on Lap 1. Racing resumed about 15 minutes later, only for another caution entering turn 2 involving several cars. It was green-flag racing for another five laps, until another caution came out. Bradley Jameson of Logansport maintained the lead through yet another caution in Turn 4 that took out Valparaiso’s Frank Marshall and Lake Village’s Jamie Lomax. Marshall, starting 14th, was hard-charging to the front and in fourth when a crash collected him.
A few more cautions caused a maximum time restraint to get the race in, and at 12 laps and 40 minutes, the green flag waved, albeit very quickly, as a caution came out on lap 14. That gave the checkers to Jameson; second going to Mitch Bailey; third Darek Snyder; fourth Roger Cavness and fifth Josh Knebel.
“I was just hoping to run the whole 25 laps, but it feels good to get a win,” Jameson said, thanking his family and friends for coming out to the track.
Other results include:
Street  Stocks – first Joshua Frye, Ravenna, Mich.; second Ron Wilkes, Lowell; third Bob McLean, Hobart; fourth Shane Pendleton; fifth Shaun Wiltjer, Gary.
600 Minis – first Blake Lamb, Warsaw; second B-Ray Kinzer; third Ed Cleveland, Plymouth; fourth Chad Hartzell, Granger; fifth Jeff Henson, North Manchester
Pro Spirints – first Garrett Saunders, Lakeville; second Zane DeVault, Plymouth; third Eric Saunders, Lakeville; fourth Michael Summers, Warsaw; fifth Eli Lakin, Buchanan, Mich.
Mini Wedge – first Ryin Zelmer, EauClaire, Mich.; second Jake Rush, Lakeville; third Clinton Hunter, Kokomo; fourth Cade Rush, Lakeville; fifth Braydan Erickson, Muskegon, Mich.
Next Saturday, Aug. 26 will be the “John Stone Memorial Night” event at Plymouth Speedway. Gates open at 4 p.m.; racing starts at 7p.m. Kids 5 and under are free; 6-12 are $5 and adults are $12. Pit passes are $30. The following week, racing will take a break for Blueberry Festival weekend, Sept. 2. Saturday, Sept. 9 is final points (championship) night. Rounding out the season Sept. 15 and 16 will be World Series of Dirt events and Sept. 23 and 24 are Monster Truck Throw Downs. The awards banquet at Swan Lake will be held Saturday, Jan. 18.

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Media contact: Maggie Nixon plymouthspeedwayPR@gmail.com.
 
 
It was a happy (birthday) celebration for Wallace in Plymouth win
Photo by Maggie Nixon
Fox Sports Broadcaster and NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace is given a bouquet of balloons and two cakes for his upcoming birthday. Plymouth Speedway announcer Scott Stine interviewed "Herm" while Irish Saunders presents the cake, before Wallace won the Modified race Saturday night.
PLYMOUTH (AUG. 12, 2017) – NASCAR driver and Fox Sports commentator Kenny Wallace was surprised by his friends and fans at Plymouth Speedway Saturday night, as he was presented with not just one, but two cakes and a huge bouquet of balloons for his upcoming birthday, Aug. 23. “Herm” Wallace was even more touched when the grandstands then broke out singing “Happy Birthday.”
Wallace, a St. Louis native, was on hand to race his UMP Modified at the Playground of Power, before traveling to Michigan International Speedway Sunday to broadcast in Berlin, Mich. for the NASCAR race.
Wallace had more than just his birthday to celebrate at the Playground of Power, and put the icing on the cake, so to speak, as he dominated the Modified race to take the win.
Marion’s Randy Lines made an astounding comeback Saturday night, after flipping his #18 Modified the previous weekend at Plymouth. Determined to heal quickly and keep his points lead, Lines wound up sixth. Second place in points, Lake Village’s Jamie Lomax, left the race early due to a broken spring, giving Lines a bit of a break for season standings. Lines was able to extend his lead at 942, over Lomax’s 783. Both have six wins at Plymouth this year. Finishing in second Saturday was Valparaiso’s Frank Marshall (sitting at third in season points) and third went to Logansport’s Bradley Jameson.
While Wallace was happy to take the checkers, he gave kudos to Plymouth’s regular racers.
“Frank Marshall is one of the best in the United States. Jamie Lomax is third in the United States,” Wallace said. “Randy Lines is one of the best in Indiana. You’ve got some of the best racers in the country right here every week.”
Rounding out the top five was Devin Wright of Rensselaer and Lafayette’s Matt Mitchell.
In other finishes:
*Lakeville’s Garrett Saunders took the lead early and won the Pro Spints race. Plymouth’s Zane DeVault maintained a solid second place and Goshen’s Brett Mann was third. Lakeville’s Eric Saunders was fourth and Michael Summers of Warsaw was fifth.
*Jake Rush of Lakeville was first in the Mini Wedge; Ryin Zelmer of Eau Claire, Mich. was second; Clinton Hunter of Kokomo was third. Rounding out the top five were Cade Rush of Lakeville and Bracen Lowe of Gary.
*Granger’s Chad Hartzell found his way back to the checkers for his fourth win this season. Kevin Hapner of Nappanee was second; Blake Lamb of Warsaw was third. Columbia City’s Kyle Burns finished fourth and Warsaw’s Trey Johnson was fifth.
*Super Streets driver Joe Spiewak of Merrillville led most of the caution-clad race, but wound up second to Hobart’s Calvin Peek, Jr.  Winamac’s David Fritz was third; Gary’s Shaun Wiltjer was fourth; and Hobart’s Bob McLean was fifth.
* The Thunder Stock race was won by Plymouth’s Tom Grall; second was Hobart’s Kevin Kerlin; third was Clint Hall of Fowler; Austen Hubbard of Valparaiso was fourth and South Bend’s Bryan Banta was fifth.
Visit Plymouth Speedway on Facebook for the latest event information, updates and photos. Media contact: Maggie Nixon plymouthspeedwayPR@gmail.com.
 
 

A big thank you to WNDU for this great news segment on all of the upgrades at Plymouth Speedway!

 
 

Plymouth Speedway would like to welcome Topps Performance race parts as the Pro Sprints heat race sponsor!

 

 

Thank you to Wal-Mart of Plymouth for their continued support of the Plymouth Speedway.  Every Saturday night race Wal-Mart will be at the track giving away 2 bikes, one boys and one girls. Kids stop by their signup table and enter to win a free bike!

 

Plymouth Speedway would like to welcome Elliot Custom Trailers and Carts of Warsaw. Be sure to check out the Elliot Custom Trailers podium after each and every feature finish!  Visit them athttp://www.elliottscustomtrailers.com

 
 
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RAIN CHECK POLICY
The rain check policy is as follows: If the halfway point in the program (heat races) has been completed, rain checks will NOT be issued. If the halfway point has not been completed, rain checks will be honored at forthcoming regular programs. NO CASH REFUNDS.
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2. Pit Pass - Pit Band
Note: Rain Outs are only valid for the next race event unless announced different.
 
 
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