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.
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Grandstand age 10+: $10
Grandstand age 5-9: $5
Pits age 10+(Prior to 5:30): $10
Pits age 10+(After 5:30): $15
Pits age 5-9: (Prior to 5:30): $5
Pits age 5-9: (After 5:30): $10
Age 5 and under free
*Everybody entering the pits must sign a release.
In the event of a rainout, please see Jim for a pass for the next event.
No cash refunds will be given.
Just wanted to draw your attention to a new feature.
On the schedule page you will see we added the ability to easily import our schedule into your iPhone or Android calendar. You can either import the full schedule or individual race dates.
Spring seems to be taking some time to officially get going in the Midwest, but a sure sign that it's finally coming around is Mid-America Speedway in Indy getting ready to host their spring-opener race this coming Saturday, April 28 and kicking off their 11th season at the Marion County Fairgrounds. Mid-America's official season-opening race is scheduled for June 2, and will see new and returning sponsors to the track's eleven years of operation on the southeast side of Indy.
“This year we are planning on concentrating more on the youth classes,” stated promoter and track president Jim Terchila. “We feel that that the younger riders are our future in racing, and as a result our official season-opener on June 2 will feature a $250-to-win purse for the 80-200 class. We will have our usual spring-opening race this coming Saturday (with a rain date set for May 19.) We got some work in on the track over the weekend and I think it's the best shape it's ever been in considering the amount of moisture we have received in the Indy area over the last couple of weeks and months.
“Of course our big doubleheader racing weekend of the 2018 AMA Vintage Flat Track National Championship Series will return for it's 6th-straight year at Mid-America on August 3-4, along with the Speedway Shootout Invitational accompanying it on Saturday, August 4, which again will be sponsored by Harley-Davidson of Bloomington, Indiana. We are looking forward to another great season of racing at the Marion County Fairgrounds-hosted venue,” continued Terchila. “Some of our other new and returning track sponsors this season include Westfield Powersports, RoundTown Brewery, Horsepower Inc., Pink Pots, Dreyer South Powersports and former AMA Flat Track National #32 Jackie Mitchell's BuyRight Auto.
“Also of note this year Colby Long and Reva Lauth of LBR Films will be shooting video at each event again this year so fans and competitors alike will be able to catch the action soon after each event. They really do great work so you'll want to check them out. We're looking forward to seeing everyone in our 11th season at the Marion County Fairgrounds,” said Terchila in closing.
Reserved Parking and Season Pit Passes We have 14 points paying events our our 2018 schedule. We are offering a VIP season pit pass for $110, (Youth passes are $55) which is a $140 value.
Once again, we will be offering reserved pit parking for the 2018 season. Vans and trucks with small trailers will be parked with their front bumpers facing the fence that runs between the pit entrance and the hill (rear of vehicle would be facing turn 3 and 4 wall. Longer vehicles wo uld park on the other side of the fence facing the vans and trucks with small trailers. Cost is $100 for the season and includes a sign with your name and number in your choice of red, gre en, black or blue identifying your reserved spot. Please contact us to reserve your spot today
LBR Films LBR Films has been filming videos at each of the Mid-America events. Colby recent added a drone to his arsenal which immediately improved the quality of his already impressive videos. Be sure to follow him and the crew over the season at LBR Films and see if you made any of the videos.