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Great American Stock Car Shootout explodes Tuesday

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June 29, 2020

The Hamilton County Speedway driven by Spangler Automotive will host the biggest race of the year when the lights shine brightly this Tuesday, June 30, and Wednesday, July 1, for the Great American Stock Car Shootout at the historic half-mile dirt oval in Webster City, Iowa.

One Stock Car racer could walk away with more than $3,150 in cash and awards while B-Mod pilots battle for as much as $2,300 to win. Hobby Stock chauffeurs are shooting for as much as $1,500 for their efforts.

Every racer will have the chance to pocket some serious cash and every racer will be part of the King of the Hill race. All drivers in all three classes (Seneca Foundry USRA Stock Cars, Stein Heating & Cooling USRA B-Mods and Diamond in the Rough USRA Hobby Stocks) will run two heat races from two different starting spots on Tuesday.

The event will put the spotlight on the best of the best in each divisions, with Stock Cars and B-Mods competing for valuable points in the Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge.

Passing points will be used and the top 12 drivers will be locked into a Dash for Cash to determine the lineup for the first six rows of the Wednesday night's main events. The remainder go to Last Chance Races on Wednesday.

Here’s Tuesday’s Dash for Cash payouts:

Stock Cars – 1. $400, 2. $300, 3. $200, 4. $150, 5. $100, 6. $75, 7. $70, 8. $65, 9. $60, 10. $55, 11. $50, 12. $50.
B-Mods – 1. $300, 2. $200, 3. $150, 4. $100, 5. $75, 6. $70, 7. $65, 8. $60, 9. $55, 10. $50, 11. $45, 12. $40.
Hobby Stocks – 1. $200, 2. $150, 3. $100, 4. $75, 5. $70, 6. $65, 7. $60, 8. $50, 9. $40, 10. $35, 11. $30, 12. $30.

Tuesday will feature the “King of the Hill” match races where racers in each class are eligible to compete in a head-to-head winner-take-all competition. Racers draw for matchups. King of the Hill races will be a green-white-checkered format with winner advancing to the next round until just one is left standing.

Tuesday night’s King of the Hill payouts are as follows:

Stock Cars – $750 winner take all.
B-Mods – $500 winner take all.
Hobby Stocks – $300 winner take all.

Wednesday will feature Last Chance Races and Championship Races in all three classes. Here are the payouts for Wednesday’s Championship Races:

Stock Cars – 1. $2000, 2. $1200, 3. $900, 4. $700, 5. $600, 6. $500, 7. $400, 8. $350, 9. $325, 10. $300, 11. $275, 12. $250, 13. $225, 14. $200, 15. $190, 16. $180, 17. $170, 18. $160, 19. $155, other starters $150, non-qualifiers $100.
B-Mods – 1. $1500, 2. $1000, 3. $800, 4. $600, 5. $500, 6. $400, 7. $300, 8. $250, 9. $200, 10. $190, 11. $180, 12. $170, 13. $160, 14. $150, 15. $140, 16. $135, 17. $130, other starters $125, non-qualifiers $75.
Hobby Stocks – 1. $1000, 2. $700, 3. $500, 4. $400, 5. $300, 6. $250, 7. $200, 8. $175, 9. $150, 10. $140, 11. $130, 12. $125, 13. $120, 14. $115, 15. $110, 16. $105, other starters $100, non-qualifiers $50.

Tickets:
Adults (17-61) – Tue $15, Wed $18, Two-Day Ticket $30.
Seniors (62+) & Juniors (12-16) – Tue $12, Wed $15, Two-Day Ticket $24.
Kids (under 12) – FREE each day.

Pit Passes (each day):
Adults (11+) $35.
Youth (6-10) $25.
Kids (under 6) FREE.

Times (each day):
Pits open – 3 p.m.
Grandstands open – 5 p.m.
Drivers meeting – 7 p.m.
Hot laps – 7:15 p.m.
Racing – 7:30 p.m.

Lodging: The AmericInn by Wyndham is the Official Host Hotel of the Hamilton County Speedway. Located just off the exit from Highway 20 at 411 Closz Drive, check them out online at https://goo.gl/dMnpRN or call (515) 337-2611 to book your stay.

Entry Fees:
Stock Cars – $50 advance or $75 at gate.
B-Mods – $35 advance or $50 at gate.
Hobby Stocks – $25 advance or $50 at gate.

Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points and Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge points awarded Wednesday only.

Opening in July 1910, the Hamilton County Speedway is the oldest speedway in the state of Iowa. In 1938, work began on the current location at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds. The semi-banked half-mile dirt track was completed in the spring of 1939, and the first races were held on the track in September of that year.

The Hamilton County Speedway driven by Spangler Automotive is located off US 20 at exit 140, then 1.2 miles north, then 0.5 mile east on Bank St., then 0.4 mile south on Bluff St. to the Hamilton County Fairgrounds in Webster City, Iowa. The physical address is 1200 Bluff St, Webster City, IA 50595.

For more information, call (515) 832-6000 or check out hamiltoncospeedway.com. You can also get social on Facebook and Twitter.

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