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Plymouth, Indiana.........Plymouth Speedway will make its debut on the Indiana Sprint Week schedule after being tabbed as the opener for 31st edition of the series, which kicks off on Friday, July 20th.
The addition of the 3/8-mile dirt oval expands the Indiana Sprint Week schedule to northern Indiana for the first time since 1988 at the first ISW race ever held, won by Rick Hood at Avilla Speedway.
Now the seven-race summer series encompasses venues from the north, south, west, southeast and central regions of the state and its proximity to the following night's race at Kokomo Speedway makes the hour drive feasible for teams and fans.
Plymouth Speedway has made great strides over the past few years in facility upgrades, with new press boxes added, a permanent video board, new concourse area, the construction of a towering grandstand and its conversion of the track surface from pavement to dirt.
"Indiana Sprint Week is the greatest week of sprint car racing in Indiana for our fans and teams worldwide," USAC Racing President Kevin Miller said.  "We are excited to recognize the vast investments that Ed Kennedy and his team have made at Plymouth and offer our fanbase in northern Indiana with the opener of Indiana Sprint Week."
The USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship has made two previous appearances at Plymouth over the past two seasons and both have been memorable.  Justin Grant won the debut in the spring of 2017 ahead of a hard-charging Tyler Courtney, who raced from 18th to 2nd.  Earlier this May, Kevin Thomas, Jr. emerged victorious after swapping the lead twice on the final lap with Robert Ballou.
Plymouth Speedway becomes the first "first-time" addition to the ISW schedule since Brownstown Speedway in 2010 and the 14th track overall to host an ISW event since its inception three decades ago.
Following Plymouth, the "Indiana Sprint Week" schedule carries on to Kokomo Speedway on Saturday, July 21, Lawrenceburg Speedway on Sunday, July 22, the Terre Haute Action Track on Wednesday, July 25, Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville on Thursday, July 26, Bloomington Speedway on Friday, July 27 and Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt on Saturday, July 28.
Indiana Sprint Week began in 1988 and since then has become one of the premier events on the USAC calendar. Dave Darland is the winningest driver in ISW history with 17 victories.
Friday, July 20: Plymouth Speedway (Plymouth, Indiana)
Saturday, July 21: Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, Indiana)
Sunday, July 22: Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, Indiana)
Wednesday, July 25: Terre Haute Action Track (Terre Haute, Indiana)
Thursday, July 26: Lincoln Park Speedway (Putnamville, Indiana)
Friday, July 27: Bloomington Speedway (Bloomington, Indiana)
Saturday, July 28: Tri-State Speedway (Haubstadt, Indiana)
Visit USAC's official website at www.USACracing.com
Follow USAC on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usacnation
Like USAC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usacracing
Be sure to like the USAC page on Instagram at www.instagram.com/usacnation
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View replays of this year's races and historical USAC action from the past.
General Admission $25.00
Reserved Seating $30.00
Pit Pass $30.00
Gates Open at 4:00pm
Hot laps begin at 6:30pm
Racing starts at 7:30pm
Tickets can be purchased at: http://www.usactickets.com
CONTACTS United States Auto Club
Richie Murray | richie@usacracing.com 4910 West 16th Street | Speedway, Indiana | 46224
(317) 247-5151 | www.usacracing.com
Attention Drivers! - Posted April 19, 2018

Just received an exciting  message from Ed Kennedy!  He wants to reward our drivers with perfect attendance! Starting on May 12th and going through the 2018 season. All drivers with perfect attendance up to that race night, will be put into a drawing. The driver who's name is picked in the drawing will win THREE FREE pit passes for the next race weekend.  Drivers have the chance to win multiple times through out the season. If you have perfect attendance during the entire season you will be entered to win 2 season pit pass in 2019!

We are proud to announce that Baer Field Motorsports Park, USAC, and Plymouth Speedway have teamed up to put a summer dirt karting series together for the 2018 season on Sundays. Along with Mini Wedges! More details on classes and rules to come.
Indiana Dirt Karting Series - Classes and Times TBA
Sunday May 6, 2018   Baer Field Raceway
Fort Wayne, IN
Sunday May 20, 2018 Prices: $15 admission, 8 years and under are FREE
Gates open at 10:30am, racing starts at 1:00pm
Plymouth Speedway
Plymouth, IN
Sunday June 3, 2018   Baer Field Raceway
Fort Wayne, IN
Sunday June 24, 2018 Prices: $15 admission, 8 years and under are FREE
Gates open at 10:30am, racing starts at 1:00pm
Plymouth Speedway
Plymouth, IN
Sunday July 8, 2018   Baer Field Raceway
Fort Wayne, IN
Sunday July 22, 2018 Prices: $15 admission, 8 years and under are FREE
Gates open at 10:30am, racing starts at 1:00pm
Plymouth Speedway
Plymouth, IN
Sunday August 19, 2018 Prices: $15 admission, 8 years and under are FREE
Gates open at 10:30am, racing starts at 1:00pm
Plymouth Speedway
Plymouth, IN
Sunday October 7, 2018   Baer Field Raceway
Fort Wayne, IN
"Super Street Throwdown at the Playground"
Drivers, Preregistration is open! Entry fee is $35.00 until Saturday July 21st. Then entry fee will be $50.00 day of race. Entry fee includes drivers pit pass.

Pay your preregistration at http://ps.pfestore.com/retail/Reg%20Fees/Default.aspx

Registration paperwork can be emailed to Brian Kunze at: kunzester@gmail.com. Registration checks and paperwork can filled out and paid for next Saturday July 21st at the track, or checks can be made out to Plymouth Speedway and mailed to:
Attn: Jim Bottorff
112 W Washington St.
Plymouth, IN 46563
Click here to download "Super Street Throwdown at the Playground" .PDF Registration form.

Plymouth Speedway open for another summer season

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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.
Please keep below items for re-entry
1. General Admission – Paper Admission Ticket
2. Pit Pass - Pit Band
Note: Rain Outs are only valid for the next race event unless announced different.
VIP, Media and Complimentary Passes are requested by emailing by Thursday of the race to: comps@plymouthspeedway.net.
NOTE: The VIP, media, and complimentary passes window closes at 7:30pm each race night. Anyone arriving after that time will be charged admission.
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