Rumble at Red River now Saturday only
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March 10, 2016  |  by Darin Short

WICHITA FALLS, Texas—The Rumble at Red River is now going to become a one-day event this Saturday, March 12, due to Friday's dismal forecast. But Saturday's forecast looks very pleasant. The same divisions will be racing on Saturday at the same advertised start time of 6 p.m.

And as long as the Saturday forecast stays as shown right now, it will make for spectacular racing conditions as forecasted temps at race time will be 70 degrees and dry.

Remember, Red River Speedway has fantastic drainage as evidenced two years ago when nearly four inches of rain hit on the Friday night portion, but the track was able to recover for an on-time start the following day. Again, as long as the Saturday forecast doesn't change between now and then, we will be set for a great night of racing.

The revised Rumble at Red River will feature a complete show for the Texas Outlaw Modified Series (TOMS) featuring USRA Modifieds, plus a fantastic one-night purse for the SportMods, Stock Cars (Red River Pro Stocks are invited) and Mini Stocks.

The pit area Saturday opens by 3 p.m. with the grandstands opening by 4. Races are set to start at 6 p.m. Saturday. General admission is just $15 for ages 12 to 64. Kids ages 6-11 are $5 and children ages 5 and under are admitted free with a paid adult. Active military and seniors 65 and older get in for $12. All pit passes are $30 for all ages.
All pit passes for all ages are $30 for all ages.

The TOMS published purse, entry fee, rules and procedures are in effect. USRA Modified drivers can click www.TexasMods.com for their rules.

Regarding the USRA Modifieds, this Saturday's program will be a complete racing program, including heat races, "B" mains and "A" feature. Fans can expect to see drivers such as Billy Brierton, Bobby Malchus, Brandon Watson, C.A. Nix, Chad Ewell, Chadd Howell. Charlie Smith, Chase Allen, Chris Huckeba, Clyde Dunn Jr., Cody Smith, Colby Smith, Dale Miller, Danny Florence, Harold Winton Sr., Jay Baggett, John Nemetz, John Webb, Josh Landers, Logan Robertson, Michael Baker, Michael Daniels, Mike Dillard, Sam Cox, Shawn Gammage, Tommy Fain, Triston Dycus, Troy Taylor, Wesley Veal plus a host of others.

In addition, all divisions will receive their track awards from 2015 at this event.

If you are a racer that has questions about this event, feel free to leave Kevin a message at KRamey@PrintPlace.com or at 817-988-7433.

No outside food, drinks and/or coolers are allowed through ticket gates. A full selection of economically priced food concessions, including beer, are available. Click www.RRSpeedway.com or the track Facebook page www.facebook.com/RedRiverSpeedway for complete event details, flyer, purse structure, rules, directions and much more.



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