If you have never been to Mid-America you owe it to yourself to check out the racing action.
We know that our spectators and riders come out to see racing and that is what you will see at Mid-America.
Track prep starts early in the week which means that the amount of maintenance required on race night is minimal.
Please see the schedule page for exact start times for each event.
Our awards banquet is Nov 14, 2015. Please see the link at the top of the page for more info.
Saturday Night Admission:
Grandstand age 10+: $8
Grandstand age 5-9: $4
Pits age 10+: $10
Pits age 5-9: $5
Age 5 and under free
*Everybody entering the pits must sign a release.
Riders/Spectators under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guradian to enter the pits.
It was another great night of racing at Mid America Motorcycle Speedway @ Marion County Fairgrounds last Friday night.
Jim Terchila and his crew started with an impossible task. The track was covered with a layer of mud at Noon and they needed to produce a proper race track by 4 pm.
Mission accomplished. It went from a mud pit to a respectable race track in several hours. Few other tracks around the country would have even attempted what they pulled off.
The night featured $1500 to win the Open Pro and $1000 to win the Dash for Cash and another $500 if you were using a D&D Exhaust. Both of which were dominated by National Number 6 Factory Harley-Davidson rider Brad Baker. Brad was followed closely in the Open Pro main by his older brother Scott Baker. Steve Bonsey, Sam Halbert and Kayle Kolkman rounded out the top 5. All 14 riders who started the Open Pro main event are current professional riders with the one exception of former Expert Rich King. Needless to say the field was stacked for this event. See the results link below for a full rundown of those riders that tried to qualify into the main.
The night also saw Rich King edge out Rob Gessner for the win in the Super Senior 50+ class. This is always an exciting class to watch as it features a nice mix of former pro's and amateur riders. A tough bunch on any race night.
Jackie Mitchell took the top spot in the Mike O'Neil Indian Arrow Class. Mike brought his fleet of beautiful 1949 Indian Arrow bikes again this year. Charlie Roberts, Rob Gessner & Andy McRoberts were a few of the guys aboard those fine machines. Always a treat to see the bikes and a few top name riders from the past on the track.
Night Before The Indy Mile Results.
All Photos on this site are courtesy of Kurt Bauer, Rusty Bauer & G. E. Terry. Please visit Kurt's website at www.dirtbauer.com or Rusty's at rustysshotsinaction.photoreflect.com/ and Gary at Gary E. Terry's Flickr - Mid America Pics