Photos from Friday April 17.
Pro Modified Rules and Payout For Friday April 10th
1. 3-Link 602 Crates per UMP Pro Mod rules = 2,400 pounds.
2. 4- Bar 602 Crates (spoon/Peoria) = 2,500 pounds, with 50 pounds bolted in front of the radiator.
3. We don’t anticipate any 365 open motors but for this week they will race with a 2 barrel at the same weights as above depending on suspension.
No spoilers. Grooving and siping allowed for a period of time. Modified A and H tires only.
Please note that we are geographically between the 3-link UMP cars to our South and the 4-bar cars to our North. Long term we want to move people toward the 3-link UMP car so we need those cars to be competitive. We are trying to strike a fair balance between the two cars. Jeff Schmidt our lead technical official has spent a lot of time thinking through how to even the playing field. This is where we are going to start. If we see one or the other has an advantage based on rules instead of talent, we will adjust accordingly in future weeks.
As we have said, we have a partial schedule right now for B-Mods. If we see a healthy field developing we will add nights with a long-term view of making the B-Mod a part of our weekly program.
Payout will be $250 to win/$40 to start. We will post the full payout on our website shortly.
We are asking that every driver who plans to race at Lincoln Speedway in 2015 complete a very short contact information form. This is for ANY driver in the following classes, even if you only plan to be here one or two times: Modifieds, Pro Late Model, Hornet, Lightning Sprint, B-Mod, 305 Sprint, Non-wing Sprint and Sportsman.
We often hear “I didn’t know that” when we change or add something later in the season. Instead of relying on social media, we would like to be able to communicate with you directly by phone, text and/or email. This will help us do that.
Crew Members/Family – Feel free to complete this form on behalf of a driver who might not see it. If we get multiple submissions for a driver, we can sort it out on our end. The key is being able to stay in contact with as many drivers as possible. Please share with any driver you know who plans to race with us this season.
CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE SHORT DRIVER CONTACT FORM