Lebanon Midway Speedway News:
Hornet Class Dropped From Lebanon Midway Speedway. After much thought, The Hornet Class
has been dropped from The Lebanon Midway Speedway.
Track owner Clint Gann has been pondering on this decision and made the decision today.
The average car count for the season is right at only 6 cars nightly. When we took over the
track, every class had their purse increased including the Hornets but it just wasn't working.
We also was looking at getting the class to switch over to USRA Tuners rules but that didnt
seem to go over. The Day family went out and did a great job in getting sponsors for a special
event and that only attracted around 13 cars. There just doesn't seem to be any interest in
helping the class to grow and go forward so we have made the decision to drop the class. The
Front wheel drive class is pretty tough right now especially at this time of the season. We
see where drivers have torn up the car and are done for the season and with our car count,
that doesn't leave many to continue.
Racing resumes Friday night on Sept 24th with USRA B Mods, USRA Stock cars, Midwest Mods
Power I Super Stocks and Pure Stocks with racing at 8.
Friday Nights April - Sept.
Gates open at 5:00
Hot Laps 7:00pm
Racing Starts at 8:00pm
Adults (age 16 and up) - $12.00
Seniors (age 62 and up) and Military - $9.00
Youths (age 6-15) - $5.00
Kids (age 5 and under) - FREE
Parking - FREE
Ages 12 & up - $35.00
Ages 6-11 - $10.00
Ages 5 & under - FREE
These prices pertain to Regular Friday Racing during the season.
Special Show prices will be posted the week of the event.