The June 1st even has been rained off. The next event is June 8th.
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.
All of our events starts promptly at 7:00pm and racing typically ends by 10:30pm.
Our awards banquet is Dec. 1. 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.
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This years Night before the Indy Mile will be round 10 of the AMA Dirt Track National Series. Additionally, we will once again feature the Pro 450 Shootout, the Bultaco Astro Challenge, and some modern bike classes. There are currently 32 riders signed up for the Astro Challenge, including Jay Springsteen, Steve Morehead, David Aldana, and Garth Brow.
The 2012 Night Before the Mile sponsored by Harley-Davidson of Bloomington, IN was once again a huge success.
With 47 riders in the 450 Money Class chasing after a purse of over $4,000, many of the best riders in the country showed up hoping to earn a share of the purse.
Last year Jared Mees won after starting from the third row. This year Jared won his heat, and led every lap of the 20 lap main event. Rounding out the top five were Henry Wiles, JD Beach, Sammy Halbert, and Rob Pearson. Additionally Halbert, Mees, Wiles, and Pearson all finished in the top seven at the Indy Mile on Saturday night.
A total of 47 riders singed up for this years event including flattrack legend Chris Carr. Unfortuntately, Chris barely missed the main event, but later commented that he had a great time and will be back.
The Bob Starke Indian Arrow Challenge also saw a repeat winner with Kevin Snyder winning for the second year in a row, followed by Jason Griffin, and Andy McRoberts.
All Photos on this site are courtesy of Kurt Bauer. Please visit Kurt's website at Dirtbauer.com
Flat Track Live has provided us with video of the 450 heats from the 2011 event.
Documentary on Mike O'Neill's 1949 Indian Arrows
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