Other Midgets

25 Events For POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micros

MILLSTADT, Ill. — The Great Clips Jason Leffler Memorial at Wayne County Speedway, Wayne City, Ill. on Aug. 27 highlights a 25-event POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series schedule.

The season opens at Macon Speedway in Macon, Ill. on April 5 and will wrap up at Southern Illinois Raceway in Marion, Ill. on Oct. 4. The schedule includes the four-event POWRi Illinois speed week as well as the two-event Kokomo (Ind.) Grand Prix. Other highlights are the Belleville (Ill.) Bash at Belle-Clair Speedway as well as POWRi’s return to St. Francois County Raceway in Farmington, Mo. after an 8-year hiatus.

“This is an exciting micro schedule that will challenge all teams competing for the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series Championship,” Director of POWRi Kenny Brown said. “We look forward to returning to tracks we have not visited recently, such as St. François County Raceway and Southern Illinois Raceway which hosts the last race of the season.”

POWRi Illinois Speedweek is a championship within the season championship and will run in conjunction with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series. The four-day event will commence on June 5 at Jacksonville (Ill.) Speedway followed by events at Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway on June 6th and Macon Speedway on June 7. The finale of POWRi Illinois speed week will take place at Belle-Clair Speedway on June 8.

With six events scheduled, Macon Speedway will be the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro’s most visited track. Belle-Clair Speedway and Jacksonville Speedway will also be frequently visited as four events and three events are scheduled at each, respectively.

Twenty-two events are scheduled in conjunction with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series with one event at Wayne County Speedway and two events at Southern Illinois Raceway featuring only the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series.

POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series Schedule
April 5 — Macon Speedway — Macon, Ill
April 11-12 — Kokomo Speedway — Kokomo, Ind.
April 25 — Jacksonville Speedway — Jacksonville, Ill.
April 26 — Macon Speedway — Macon, Ill.
May 10 — Belle-Clair Speedway — Belleville, Ill.
May 16 — Fayette County Speedway — Brownstown, Ill.
May 17 — Macon Speedway — Macon, Ill.
June 5 — Jacksonville Speedway — Jacksonville, Ill.
June 6 — Lincoln Speedway — Lincoln, Ill.
June 7 — Macon Speedway — Macon, Ill.
June 8 — Belle-Clair Speedway — Belleville, Ill.
June 28 — Tri-State Speedway — Haubstadt, Ind.
July 18 — Belle-Clair Speedway — Belleville, Ill.
July 19 — St. Francois County Raceway — Farmington, Mo.
July 25 — Wayne County Speedway — Wayne City, Ill.
July 26 — Southern Illinois Raceway — Marion, Ill.
Aug. 10 — Belle-Clair Speedway — Belleville, Ill.
Aug. 15 — Lincoln Speedway — Lincoln, Ill.
Aug. 16 — Macon Speedway — Macon, Ill.
Aug. 27 — Wayne County Speedway — Wayne City, Ill.
Sept. 6 — Macon Speedway — Macon, Ill.
Sept. 7 — Belle-Clair Speedway — Belleville, Ill.
Sept. 12 — Jacksonville Speedway — Jacksonville, Ill.
Oct. 4 — Southern Illinois Raceway – Marion, Ill.

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