Corn Belt Clash Series Returns to Wisconsin and Prepares for Season Opener





The Corn Belt Clash is proud to announce the addition of a late August three-day swing through Wisconsin. “We have been working on these dates for quite some time, and are excited about returning to Luxemburg Speedway and the Plymouth Dirt Track,” stated series president Cam Granger. The series will return to Luxemburg on the 21st and to Plymouth on Saturday the 23rd for a pair of $3,000-to-win shows.”

On Friday 22nd, the Corn Belt Clash will be bring the Super Late Model touring series for the first time to the Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway for the $6,000-to-win George Scheffler Late Model Memorial/Hales Corners Reunion. ”We are honored to be part of this annual event and hope to make this year’s race one to remember,” declared Granger.

The Corn Belt Clash has a double header this weekend as it opens its 2014 season at the I-80 Speedway. With the weather being what is this year the I-80 Speedway moved the Spring Meltdown from a Friday Saturday event to a Saturday, Sunday event. On Saturday night we will run the planned Saturday night portion of the Durst Double Down Spring Meltdown with the CBC Late Model feature paying $3,000-to-win. Pit gates will open at Noon with driver’s meeting at 4:15 pm. Grandstands will open at 4:00 pm and racing will start at 5:30 pm.

On Sunday night we will run the planned Friday night portion of the Durst Double Down Spring Meltdown with the Corn Belt Clash Late Model feature paying $2,000-to-win. Pit gates open at Noon, driver’s meeting at 3:45 pm. Grandstands at 3:30 pm with racing scheduled for 5 pm. In addition to the potential $5,000 pay day, Durst Motorplex will still be paying their $2,500 bonus to any driver who wins both features in any class making it possible for a driver to win $7,500 in the Super Late Models.

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