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Norway Speedway Releases It's Updated 2020 Season Schedule
Issue Date: June 17, 2020
Taking a page out of NASCAR and the Daytona 500's playbook, Norway Speedway will kick off it's 2020 racing season with their biggest race of the year " the Stateline Challenge presented by Aurora Liquors and Island Resort Casino Friday, July 3. The show will also serve as the annual Kent Pearson Memorial honoring one of the track's legends.
Due to Covid-19 pandemic-related restriction across the state of Michigan the Dickinson County Racing Association (DCRA) was forced the juggle their season schedule, losing a pair of races in May and the entire month of June. The raindate for the Stateline Challenge will be Sunday, July 5.
Spectator Eliminators will return to the third-mile, paved oval July 10 on Ford Airport/Stateline Apparel /Coleman Racing Products night. A special UTV exhibition race is set for July 17 while the popular Thirsty Whale Bar and Grill Fan Appreciation night is scheduled for July 24.
The Norway Speedway's Hall of Fame committee will usher in the 2020 inductees on July 31 with a bonus appearance of the vintage modifieds. August 7 will see round 2 of the UTV exhibition races in addition to spectator eliminators.
August 14 is set up to be a huge night with the prestigious Auto Value 50 lap late model feature. In addition, the Pavement Pounder II will usher in the Wisconsin and Michigan dirt sport modifieds in a thriller.
August 21 Spectator eliminators will join the weekly program while MC Signs and Graphics and Sail-Mar Resort will sponsor the Four Banger Frenzy as it will be the four-cylinders night to shine on August 28.
The season will wrap up with championship night Sunday, September 6 presented by Island Resort Casino and the Dickinson County Fair. The raindate will be Monday Labor Day if needed.
A pair of Saturday practices are slated for June 20 and June 27. Both practices run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and social distancing is encouraged both in the pit area and in the grandstand. Spectators will be allowed to view the practice sessions at no charge. The practices are open to cars in any-and-all divisions.
Weekly divisions include Coca Cola late models, Auto Value super stocks, 141 auto stock cars and MC Signs & Graphics four bangers. Ken's Sports sport trucks will again compete on an every-other-week basis.
You can learn more about Norway Speedway through both our Facebook page. You can also email Dickinson County Racing Association (DCRA) president John Ostermann at email@example.com.