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NEXT EVENT: SAT. 3/5 ELITE NON-WINGED SPRINTS! 7pm

NEXT EVENT: SAT. 3/5 ELITE NON-WINGED SPRINTS! 7pm

2/19/2016

LONESTAR SPEEDWAY MARCH 5: ELITE SERIES KICK-OFF, MODS & MORE!

*EVENT FLYER POSTED UNDER 'RESOURCES'

Kilgore TX (02/19/16) by DarinShort.com. Race fans were entertained with the winged sprint cars at the 2016 LoneStar Speedway (LSS) opener, and now they'll have a chance to see them on the high banks again - except this time without the wings! On Saturday, March 5th, the Elite Non-Winged Sprint Series will invade LSS with their season opener, along with the Championship Points Night Round 2, for the Modifieds, Factory Stocks and Limited Modifieds. The new FWD 4-Cylinder division will round out the 5-division racing card.

Fans can expect to see Elite Series drivers such as 2015 LSS Elite feature winner Jeff Day; plus John Ricketts, Johnny Miller, Thomas Johnson, Dustin Gates, Sebie Davis, Robert Vetter, Michael Day, Steven Elliott, Chris Clark, Jeff Day Jr., David Burke, Carl Large, David Garland, Mitchell Clement, Ryan Hall, Cody Robbins, Josh McCord, Richard Miller, Justin Fifield, Dalton Stevens...and several other non-winged drivers from throughout the region. Elite teams will be racing for a solid purse of: $800 - 500 - 400 - 350 - 300 - 250...to start. Any non-starters or non-qualifiers in the feature will receive $200.

The high-powered LSS Modifieds will be racing for $1,000 to win and $100 to start, while the Factory Stocks pay $300 to win and the Limited Modified winner receives $500. FWD 4 Cylinders pay $100 to win.

Complete purse breakdown in all divisions is posted at the LSS website under the 'resources' section, as always. There are no LSS entry fees or track fees due from any of the racing divisions to LSS...just your $30 pit pass!

And the best part for the race fans: you can take in all of this action for just $15! Kids ages 6-11 can take in the night of fun for just $5. Seniors and Active Military are $13. All pit passes for all ages are $30.

A complete event flyer for the Saturday March 5th event is posted under the ‘resources’ section of the track website.

RaceCeivers are required for drivers; however mufflers at LoneStar Speedway are not required, so race fans can hear the cars the way nature intended for them to be heard!

Here are the quick facts for the Saturday March 5th LoneStar Speedway Elite Non-Winged Sprint Car event:

-Pits open by 3pm, Grandstands open by 5:30pm, LSS divisions Draw Cut off at 6:30pm sharp, LSS Drivers Meeting at 6:45pm, Track Packing and Hot laps at 7:00pm and Racing to follow immediately after Hot Laps.

-General Admission just $15 (ages 12 to 64)

-Kids (ages 6-11) just $5

-Ages 5 and under admitted free with adult admission

-Active Military or Senior (Ages 65+): General Admission $13

-Upgrade any ticket to the Reserved Section for $5 per person

-All Pit Passes for all ages are $30

-No outside food/drink coolers are allowed inside; a full selection of economically priced food concessions, including beer, are available

-Click www.LoneStarSpeedway.com to check it out all of the event flyer, details, rules, purse breakdown; etc.

-Check out the Elite Non-Wing Sprint Car Series at www.EliteSprintCars.com

Don't miss this 'elbows up' night of racing excitement at LoneStar Speedway on Saturday, March 5th, when the Elite Non-Winged Sprint Cars take on the high-banks!

WILD LoneStar Season Opener Kicked Off 2016 Season

WILD LoneStar Season Opener Kicked Off 2016 Season

2/15/2016

WILD LoneStar Season Opener Kicked Off 2016 Season

Kilgore TX (2/15/16) by DarinShort.com. Even the bright sunshine of the day couldn't compare to the depth of the racing stars that shined at LoneStar Speedway (LSS) during the Sprint Smackdown on Saturday February 13th.

As dismal the general 2015 weather was for racing, it was great to get a reprieve from the precip, and the temps at race time were in the low 60's. A phenomenal field of 27 Sprint Cars, 31 high-powered Modifieds, 33 Factory Stocks and 28 Limited Modifieds participated, plus four FWD 4-Cylinders were added to the mix in this recently announced division.

The 'stage 3' LSS track reconfiguration project has recently concluded, which essentially added one more groove to the already-wide high-banks; allowing for lots of 2, 3 and even 4 wide racing throughout the night on the extremely fast track.

As with every LoneStar event, results are posted at our SpeedNet link - which is live on race night as well, so you can see lineups and live finishes throughout the racing program.

Bookmark this link on your smart device so you can retrieve it on any LSS race night, at:

speednetdirect.com/mobile/mobilelineup.php?tid=8954

The headliner for this event was the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, featuring the National, Regional and State points kick-off for the RaceSaver® IMCA Sprint Cars.

The best way to describe the action on the racetrack during the feature race, would be displayed by video.

By clicking: youtu.be/_KXemtbg_TM you can watch the first non-stop 15 laps...but they would not be without incident, as at end of the first lap, Martin Edwards would momentarily lose traction, perform a 360 - in front of 22 other cars - and keep going while everyone scattered...and several laps into the race, Marcus Thomas briefly took the lead from Chad Wilson in lap traffic, and then Martin Edwards battled all the way back from his spin to pull into 2nd place (all without a caution!)...only to get crossed up from a slowing lap car. Excellent racing action at the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown!

After the event's sole caution on lap 15, Chad would bring home his 2nd LoneStar Sprint Smackdown title in as many years by taking the checkers first in the 25-lapper, even after tagging the wall on the backstretch during the race...followed closely by a very strong performance from 6th place starter Marcus Thomas. Junior Jenkins would run a flawless 25 laps to finish a strong 3rd with his right rear pushing a mere inches from the wall in corner 2 on many occasions.

Suprise Smackdown entrant, Tim Crawley, would have a colorful night aboard the John James owned #4j based out of Iowa Park, Texas. After starting in the 5th row of his heat, Tim would pick off one car after the other, coming home first. However the victory was short lived, as his car would end up a bit light on the scales, relegating him to start last in B-feature #2, where he would advance to the feature race by finishing 3rd.

In the feature race, Tim would line up 18th directly behind the 2015 apparent winner, Logan Scherb (who also was a bit light on the scales after the feature last year). The pair of Scherb and Crawley were 1/2 lap down to the leaders much of the first 15 laps while they methodically picked off one car after another.

At the lap 15 caution, it would allow the two to close the gap on the front pack of cars, and late in the race, Scherb made his charge into 2nd place in the closing laps, only to lose traction coming out of corner two, performing a 360, while Crawley and others scattered behind. No caution came out as the race continued, and Crawley would eventually finish 4th, thereby passing a total of 27 cars during the event. Scherb would recover to finish 6th.

To watch the final 10 laps, please click the following link:

youtu.be/4gQVYvFTCYw

In the companion Modified feature race, well, sometimes a division just has a rough go of it. After thrilling heat races, the feature would be plagued by cautions and Chris Henigan would come home with the $1,200 winner's share. Max Eddie Thomas would come from 5th to finish second while 9th place starter, veteran Kenny Gaddis, would come home in a solid 3rd place run after a long absence from LoneStar Speedway.

A scary moment in the Factory Stock feature sent driver Alex Williams, #6, to the hospital. He was reported to have since been released from the hospital, and will be very sore for a while but the good news is he will be okay. 5th place starter Johnny Reed would take home the win in his very sharp #38S.

Second row starter Jason Ingalls would take home $600 for winning the Limited Modified feature, followed by Kevin Simpson and Kelly Lockey.

The next event up at LoneStar Speedway will be held on Saturday, March 5th, with the running of the Elite Non-Winged Sprint Car Series; plus Modifieds, Factory Stocks, Limited Modifieds and FWD 4-Cylinders will fill out the 5-division racing card. Event details will be posted soon at www.LoneStarSpeedway.com and at all racing news outlets.

There is also an open practice/registration slated for Sunday, February 28th from Noon-4pm.

Thanks to everyone that came out to support this event - and thanks most of all to Mother Nature for finally giving us a break so we could get in a race without weather worries.

411- on Facebook, if you go to 'LoneStar Speedway Fan Page' you can access dozens of pictures that were posted from the event.

IT'S LONESTAR SPRINT SMACKDOWN RACEDAY! 2/13 5pm!

IT'S LONESTAR SPRINT SMACKDOWN RACEDAY! 2/13 5pm!

2/8/2016

2/13AM UPDATES: IT'S (FINALLY!) RACE DAY at the LONESTAR SPRINT SMACKDOWN! 5pm SAT. FEB. 13 at LONESTAR SPEEDWAY!

Weather looking GREAT for our 5pm start time...daytime high of 62°, most importantly *DRY*, and the final checkers TWC is saying it will be 52°; so just dress accordingly and you're in for a FANtastic night of high speed drama featuring the Sprint Cars (National and regional points event), high-powered Modifieds, Factory Stocks, Limited Modifieds...all racing for big opening night purses! Plus, it's the first race for the new FWD 4 Cylinder division!

PITS OPEN by 2pm, GRANDSTANDS OPEN by 3:30pm, DRIVER DRAW CUT-OFF 4:15pm, HOT LAPS at 5pm with racing to follow IMMEDIATELY!

He is a video clip of some of the sprint cars practicing last night...which shows how smooth, wide, fast and race-able the track was - with drivers being able to pass each other cleanly:

youtu.be/v2pTTfuqwbY

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL at the big season opener TODAY at 5pm - Exit 583 off of I-20 near Kilgore with the running of the LONESTAR SPRINT SMACKDOWN!

...Complete information for today's event is posted at www.LoneStarSpeedway.com - including full purse breakdown, event flyer, rules and more.

continue reading for previously released event information...

**ALL TIMES SCHEDULED on 2/13 NOW 1 HOUR EARLIER!**

2nd Annual LONESTAR SPRINT SMACKDOWN *PLUS* 2016 LoneStar POINTS OPENER is now SAT. FEB. 13 at *5PM*!

*OPEN PRACTICE NIGHT FRIDAY, FEB. 12 from 6pm to 10pm*

Kilgore, TX (2/8/16) by DarinShort.com. Now that the weather forecast for this coming Saturday's (Feb. 13) LoneStar Sprint Smackdown at LoneStar Speedway (LSS) is coming closer together, we are moving the entire previously posted schedule to ONE HOUR EARLIER - across the board.

Pits/registration now opens at 2pm, with Grandstands opening at 3:30pm, hot laps at 5pm and racing by 6pm (which coincides with the sun setting, 6:02pm)

The draw cutoff for heat races is now 4:15pm, with drivers meeting at 4:30pm. Race teams: please adjust you schedule accordingly, as we will be staying on schedule

The current forecasts shows DRY conditions for Saturday, February 13th, with temps at race times in the low 60's (which is a bit lower than forecasted last week). We are moving the schedule one hour earlier to make sure the fans get to enjoy the races - until the end - comfortably, and this earlier start time will help accomplish that.

The Sprint Car feature race will race no later than 2nd feature in running order.

This event is 2nd running of the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, featuring $1,200 to win and $300 to start (24th) RaceSaver® IMCA Sprint Cars. There is no entry fee due from any of the competitors in any racing division on race night.

The RaceSaver Sprint Cars will be awarded IMCA Weekly Racing, National and State points.

This will also be the first time the drivers get to race on the even wider LSS surface - which is now a minimum of 70' wide at any point around the 1/3 mile high-banked track.

There is an Open Practice at LoneStar this Friday night, Feb. 12 from 6pm-10pm. LSS points divisions can also register their cars at the open practice. All pit passes for all ages on 2/12 are $15 and there is no cost for fans to take in the practice for the grandstands.

The Sprint Cars are just one of the focus points of the event, as it is the LSS 2016 Championship Points opener as well, with jumped-up purses in the high-powered Modifieds ($1,200/win), Limited Modifieds ($600/win) and Factory Stocks ($400/win). Rounding out the 5-division racing card will be the first points race for the new Front Wheel Drive (FWD) 4-Cylinder division.

Adult (ages 12-64) tickets to the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown are just $15, while ages 6-11 are $5, and ages 65+/Active Military can take in the full night of racing for just $13. All pit passes for all ages are $35.

Again, Hot laps February 13th now fire off at 5pm, with the Pits opening by 2pm and the Grandstands by 3:30pm. Draw Cut-Off at 4:15pm with the drivers Pit Meeting at 4:30pm. Drivers, please make sure to arrive on time so we can keep the show moving on schedule.

Driver registration for the LSS points divisions is required, and the $30 registration fee goes right back into the Drivers Point Fund - which has averaged over $10,000/year the past three years. Sprint Cars do not register.

For a taste of the 2015 LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, please click here: youtu.be/ikh7XAxpRzg video notes: make sure to watch full-screen, H/D if you can, as you can really see a lot more detail, and make sure to read the posted video notes, as in this case - the race is never over til it's over...and then sometimes it's still not over! The 2016 edition of the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown should certainly be as exciting - so don't miss it!

There is also a schedule update. On Saturday May 21st will be the annual 'For the Love of Alex, Stop Texting and Driving' event at LoneStar Speedway, featuring a very special racing purse and much more. Details will be forthcoming soon and will be posted in all of our communication channels, such as ElbowsUp.com, MidSouthForums.com, HoseheadForums.com and at our Facebook page. Click www.facebook.com/LoneStar-Speedway-Fan-Page-172714742765279/ for our official LSS Facebook page.

Here are some quick facts for the SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th LoneStar Sprint Smackdown event:

-Early start times are in effect: Pits open by 2pm, Grandstands open by 3:30pm, Hot Laps at 5pm, with Racing to follow immediately. The draw for sign-in closes at 4:15pm sharp

-Adult General Admission $15 (ages 12-64; tickets available at the gate on race day only.)

-Kids (ages 6-11) just $5

-Ages 5 and under admitted free with Adult admission

-Active Military (with I.D.) or Senior’s (Ages 65+) General Admission $13

-Upgrade any ticket to the Reserved Section (bucket seats) for $5 per person

-All Pit Passes for all ages are $35

-No outside food/drink coolers are allowed inside, a full selection of economically priced food concessions, including beer, are available.


-Event purse breakdown for all race divisions (all LSS rules in effect):
www.lonestarspeedway.com/downloads/1003/fi1003_3093.pdf (and if your web browser truncates the full link, just go to www.LoneStarSpeedway.com and click the event payback link under the 'Resources' section)

-Click www.LoneStarSpeedway.com for event flyer, class rules and complete event details.
From everyone at LoneStar Speedway, we wish you all a safe and enjoyable upcoming 2016 racing season, and we hope many of you can join us at our $20,000 lid-lifter, the 2nd Annual LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, on Saturday February 13th, with hot laps at 5PM!

SPRINT SMACKDOWN 2/13! Practice Now 2/12!

SPRINT SMACKDOWN 2/13! Practice Now 2/12!

2/6/2016

2nd Annual LONESTAR SPRINT SMACKDOWN *PLUS* 2016 LoneStar POINTS OPENER is SAT. FEB. 13, 6pm!

*OPEN PRACTICE NIGHT MOVED to FRIDAY, FEB. 12 from 6pm to 10* (There is NO practice this weekend due to wet grounds.)

Kilgore, TX (2/6/16) by DarinShort.com. The 2016 LoneStar Speedway (LSS) schedule was released a few weeks back, and the first event of the season is going to be a wild one, with the 2nd running of the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown featuring $1,200 to win and $300 to start (24th) RaceSaver® IMCA Sprint Cars. The event will be held on Saturday, February 13th at 6pm. There is no entry fee due from any of the competitors in any racing division on race night.

The RaceSaver Sprint Cars will be awarded IMCA Weekly Racing, National and State points.

This will also be the first time the drivers get to race on the even wider LSS surface - which is now a minimum of 70' wide at any point around the 1/3 mile high-banked track.

An open practice was set for 2/6, but lingering showers put the kabosh to that, along with the option to reschedule it for 2/7. There will be no practice available at LoneStar until Friday night, Feb. 12 from 6pm-10pm. LSS points divisions can also register their cars at the open practice. The current weather forecast for this coming Friday and Saturday looks spectacular with daytime highs of 70 degrees and dry conditions. Plus, now racers will be able to practice Friday night at 'race conditions' instead of daytime conditions. All pit passes for all ages on 2/12 are $15 and there is no cost for fans to take in the practice for the grandstands.

The Sprint Cars are just one of the focus points of the event, as it is the LSS 2016 Championship Points opener as well, with jumped-up purses in the high-powered Modifieds ($1,200/win), Limited Modifieds ($600/win) and Factory Stocks ($400/win). Rounding out the 5-division racing card will be the first points race for the new Front Wheel Drive (FWD) 4-Cylinder division.

Adult (ages 12-64) tickets to the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown are just $15, while ages 6-11 are $5, and ages 65+/Active Military can take in the full night of racing for just $13. All pit passes for all ages are $35.

Hot laps February 13th fire off at 6pm, with the Pits opening by 3pm and the Grandstands by 4:30pm. Draw Cut-Off at 5:15pm with the drivers Pit Meeting at 5:30pm. Drivers, please make sure to arrive on time so we can keep the show moving on schedule.

Driver registration for the LSS points divisions is required, and the $30 registration fee goes right back into the Drivers Point Fund - which has averaged over $10,000/year the past three years. Sprint Cars do not register.

For a taste of the 2015 LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, please click here: youtu.be/ikh7XAxpRzg video notes: make sure to watch full-screen, H/D if you can, as you can really see a lot more detail, and make sure to read the posted video notes, as in this case - the race is never over til it's over...and then sometimes it's still not over! The 2016 edition of the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown should certainly be as exciting - so don't miss it!

There is also a schedule update. On Saturday May 21st will be the annual 'For the Love of Alex, Stop Texting and Driving' event at LoneStar Speedway, featuring a very special racing purse and much more. Details will be forthcoming soon and will be posted in all of our communication channels, such as ElbowsUp.com, MidSouthForums.com, HoseheadForums.com and at our Facebook page. Click www.facebook.com/LoneStar-Speedway-Fan-Page-172714742765279/ for our official LSS Facebook page.

Here are some quick facts for the SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th LoneStar Sprint Smackdown event:

-Early start times are in effect: Pits open by 3pm, Grandstands open by 4:30pm, Hot Laps at 6pm, with Racing to follow immediately. The draw for sign-in closes at 5:15pm sharp

-Adult General Admission $15 (ages 12-64; tickets available at the gate on race day only.)

-Kids (ages 6-11) just $5

-Ages 5 and under admitted free with Adult admission

-Active Military (with I.D.) or Senior’s (Ages 65+) General Admission $13

-Upgrade any ticket to the Reserved Section (bucket seats) for $5 per person

-All Pit Passes for all ages are $35

-No outside food/drink coolers are allowed inside, a full selection of economically priced food concessions, including beer, are available.

-Event flyer link: www.lonestarspeedway.com/downloads/1003/fi1003_3094.jpg (and if your web browser truncates the full link, just go to www.LoneStarSpeedway.com and click the event flyer link under the 'Resources' section)

-Event purse breakdown for all race divisions (all LSS rules in effect):
www.lonestarspeedway.com/downloads/1003/fi1003_3093.pdf (and if your web browser truncates the full link, just go to www.LoneStarSpeedway.com and click the event payback link under the 'Resources' section)

-Click www.LoneStarSpeedway.com for event flyer, class rules and complete event details.

From everyone at LoneStar Speedway, we wish you all a safe and enjoyable upcoming 2016 racing season, and we hope many of you can join us at our $20,000 lid-lifter, the 2nd Annual LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, on Saturday February 13th at 6pm!

FIRST RACE OF 2016! SPRINT SMACKDOWN 2/13 - 6pm!

FIRST RACE OF 2016! SPRINT SMACKDOWN 2/13 - 6pm!

2/1/2016

2/1 UPDATES: This race *WILL* be an IMCA RaceSaver points race! OPEN PRACTICE is now SATURDAY, FEB. 6 from NOON-4pm (instead of Sunday 2/7).

LoneStar Sprint Smackdown/Points Opener Fires off Season on February 13th

Kilgore, TX (1/13/16) by DarinShort.com. The 2016 LoneStar Speedway (LSS) schedule was released a few weeks back, and the first event of the season is going to be a wild one, with the 2nd running of the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown featuring $1,200 to win and $300 to start (24th) RaceSaver® IMCA Sprint Cars. The event will be held on Saturday, February 13th at 6pm. There is no entry fee due from any of the competitors in any racing division on race night.

This will also be the first time the drivers get to race on the even wider LSS surface - which is now a minimum of 70' wide at any point around the 1/3 mile high-banked track.

The Sprint Cars are just one of the focus points of the event, as it is the LSS 2016 Championship Points opener as well, with jumped-up purses in the high-powered Modifieds ($1,200/win), Limited Modifieds ($600/win) and Factory Stocks ($400/win). Rounding out the 5-division racing card will be the first points race for the new Front Wheel Drive (FWD) 4-Cylinder division.

Average climatology for Kilgore Texas on this date shows the sunset at 6:02pm (coinciding with our start time) and daytime highs of 65°. Assuming we have a 'average' day when the race date arrives, it should make for excellent racing conditions - as was the case in the 2015 running of this event.

Adult (ages 12-64) tickets to the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown are just $15, while ages 6-11 are $5, and ages 65+/Active Military can take in the full night of racing for just $13. All pit passes for all ages are $35.

Hot laps February 13th fire off at 6pm, with the Pits opening by 3pm and the Grandstands by 4:30pm. Draw Cut-Off at 5:15pm with the drivers Pit Meeting at 5:30pm. Drivers, please make sure to arrive on time so we can keep the show moving on schedule.

Driver registration for the LSS points divisions is required, and the $30 registration fee goes right back into the Drivers Point Fund - which has averaged over $10,000/year the past three years. Sprint Cars do not register.

There is an open practice/registration for any/all dirt track racing divisions set the previous Sunday, February 7th from Noon-4pm. All pit passes are $15, with free grandstand admission for race fans that want to check out the drivers brand new 2016 designs.

For a taste of the 2015 LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, please click here: youtu.be/ikh7XAxpRzg video notes: make sure to watch full-screen, H/D if you can, as you can really see a lot more detail, and make sure to read the posted video notes, as in this case - the race is never over til it's over...and then sometimes it's still not over! The 2016 edition of the LoneStar Sprint Smackdown should certainly be as exciting - so don't miss it!

There is also a schedule update. On Saturday May 21st will be the annual 'For the Love of Alex, Stop Texting and Driving' event at LoneStar Speedway, featuring a very special racing purse and much more. Details will be forthcoming soon and will be posted in all of our communication channels, such as ElbowsUp.com, MidSouthForums.com, HoseheadForums.com and at our Facebook page. Click www.facebook.com/LoneStar-Speedway-Fan-Page-172714742765279/ for our official LSS Facebook page.

Here are some quick facts for the SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th LoneStar Sprint Smackdown event:

-Early start times are in effect: Pits open by 3pm, Grandstands open by 4:30pm, Hot Laps at 6pm, with Racing to follow immediately. The draw for sign-in closes at 5:15pm sharp

-Adult General Admission $15 (ages 12-64; tickets available at the gate on race day only.)

-Kids (ages 6-11) just $5

-Ages 5 and under admitted free with Adult admission

-Active Military (with I.D.) or Senior’s (Ages 65+) General Admission $13

-Upgrade any ticket to the Reserved Section (bucket seats) for $5 per person

-All Pit Passes for all ages are $35

-No outside food/drink coolers are allowed inside, a full selection of economically priced food concessions, including beer, are available.

-Event flyer link: www.lonestarspeedway.com/downloads/1003/fi1003_3094.jpg (and if your web browser truncates the full link, just go to www.LoneStarSpeedway.com and click the event flyer link under the 'Resources' section)

-Event purse breakdown for all race divisions (all LSS rules in effect):
www.lonestarspeedway.com/downloads/1003/fi1003_3093.pdf (and if your web browser truncates the full link, just go to www.LoneStarSpeedway.com and click the event payback link under the 'Resources' section)

-Click www.LoneStarSpeedway.com for event flyer, class rules and complete event details.

From everyone at LoneStar Speedway, we wish you all a safe and enjoyable upcoming 2016 racing season, and we hope many of you can join us at our $20,000 lid-lifter, the 2nd Annual LoneStar Sprint Smackdown, on Saturday February 13th at 6pm!