Jackson 100 Returns To Traditional Format
WAYCROSS, Ga. – Lucas Oil officials and the new Brownstown Speedway Promoter Jim Price have worked out an agreement to restore the traditional Jackson 100 event back to a 100-lap feature event.
The 34th Annual Jackson 100 will take place on Sept. 21 and will pay $15,000 to win the 100-lap main event. The Jackson 100 will still be a two-day show at Brownstown (Ind.) Speedway. Sept. 20 the Crate Late Models will run a 50-lap feature event for the Indiana Late Model Series.
Modifieds, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will run as support divisions on Sept. 20 as well. Then, on Sept. 21, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will run a full show with LOLMDS Hot laps, RED BUCK Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, and the 100-lap feature event. Modifieds, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will run as support classes on Saturday.
“The series is happy to announce the Jackson 100 will once again be a 100-lap main event. We want to thank Jim Price and everyone at Brownstown Speedway for putting this event back to its traditional 100-lap feature event for the super late models,” said Ritchie Lewis, director, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. “It’s going to be a great weekend of racing for our loyal fans to see the Ralph Latham Memorial on Friday night at Florence and then head to Brownstown Saturday for the Jackson 100. We want to thank both Brownstown Speedway and Florence Speedway for working together with the series to make this a great weekend of racing for everyone involved.”