USRA Tuners Info for 2018

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January 24, 2018

USRA Tuner drivers, here is some helpful information about the 2018 racing season at the Hamilton County Speedway...

USRA Tuners will run on a weekly basis at the Hamilton County Speedway in 2018. If you are a legal Sport Compact, you are legal to race here in the upcoming season.

This class has been absent from the track for a few years and we have had a lot of requests to bring this class back, so we will.

Rules and information will be handed out at the drivers meeting next Saturday, Feb. 3, and track officials will be there selling USRA licenses as well as the cement slabs for the speedway.

We hope to see you in 2018 at the Hamilton County Speedway.

Here's the weekly track payout for 2018:
1. $125
2. $100
3. $85
4. $75
5. $65
6. $60
7. $55
8. $50
9. $45
10. $40
11. $35
$30 to start

We will also have a weekly payout increase if 21 or more cars are in attendance. This increase will be $150 to the winner of the main event and all other positions will move up one spot in pay with $40 to start instead of $30.

Guaranteed Year-End Points Fund:
1. $200
2. $175
3. $150
4. $125
5. $100
6-10. $75
7. $75
8. $75
9. $75
10. $75

Any driver that races every Saturday night points show and does not finish in the top 10 in points will be guaranteed to make at least $60.

Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points are based on a drivers best 20 finishes during the season. Here is the year-end national points fund for USRA Tuners:

1. $400
2. $300
3. $200
4. $175
5. $150
6. $125
7. $100
8. $90
9. $80
10. $75

Tracks that currently run USRA Tuners are the Fayette County Speedway in West Union; Nobles County Speedway in Worthington, Minn.; and Mason City Motor Speedway. The USRA is just entering the second year of sanctioning the division, so more tracks are expected to join the party each season.