USRA banner to fly at Lebanon, Monett again in 2007
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December 14, 2006

LEBANON, Mo. -- Officials from the United States Racing Association (USRA) announced today that two of Missouri's premier dirt track facilities will be sanctioning with the United States Racing Association (USRA) again for 2007.

For the second straight year, the Lebanon I-44 Speedway and Monett Speedway will run the popular USRA Modifieds on Saturday and Sunday nights, respectively, during the 2007 season. The two-track combination will provide a powerful opportunity for Show-Me State racers to once again challenge for the $10,000 top prize in the USRA Casey's General Stores Weekly Racing Series national championship for the USRA Modified division.

"We are truly honored to have these great tracks back on board  with the USRA family," said USRA president Todd Staley. "The drivers in that region are super-competitive and talented, and Randy Mooneyham (promoter at both tracks) knows how to put on a show for the fans."

In addition to competing for the $10,000-to-win USRA Weekly Racing Series National Championship, USRA Modified drivers at each track will be competing for a lucrative track points fund that will pay $1,000 to the 2007 season points champion at each track.

The first day of the 2007 racing season will begin on March 31 at Lebanon. Schedules and rules will be posted soon at

Lebanon I-44 Speedway is located 6 miles northeast of Lebanon on I-44 to exit 135 (Sleeper), then north to Outer Dr., then 1.1 miles west on Historic US 66. For more information, call (417) 732-2766.

Monett Speedway is located 1 mile east of SR 37 on US 60, then north on Chapel Dr. For more information, call (417) 732-2766.

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