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Discounted tickets on sale for 25th Anniversary USMTS Silver Jubilee

August 10, 2023

Tickets for the 25th Anniversary USMTS Silver Jubilee are on sale now at masoncitymotorspeedway.com/tickets. Packages are available for four days, three days , two days or one day.

4-Day Adult $90 (save $25)
4-Day Military/Senior 62+ $70 (Save $20)
3-Day Adult $80 (Save $10)
3-Day Senior/Military $60 (Save $10)
2-Day Adult $60 (Save $5)
2-Day Senior/Military $50
Juniors (ages 12-16) $10 each day
Kids 5 and under free each day

Grandstands opens at 5 p.m. and racing begins at 7:15 p.m. each day.

Twenty-five years in the making, the long-awaited can’t-miss 25th Anniversary USMTS Silver Jubilee happens at the Mason City Motor Speedway with the best of the best in dirt modified racing battling for the largest pool of prize money in series history.

The event takes place Wednesday through Saturday, Aug. 16-19, at the North Iowa Action Track in Mason City, Iowa.

Racers in the Summit USMTS National Championship presented by RacinDirt choose either Wednesday or Thursday night to qualify, with the top six finishers each night locked into Saturday's finale.

Wednesday will be qualifying for the inside row and Thursday is for middle-row starters. Drivers who purchase a “mulligan” when registering for the event can try again Friday, with the top six from that night’s feature filling the outside lane of Saturday's main event.

Saturday’s 78-lap, $25,000-to-win championship event will get the green flag with 33 cars starting three-wide on the lightning-fast 1/3-mile clay oval.

The 25th Anniversary USMTS Silver Jubilee will pay out more than $300,000 in cash prizes over the four days.

With the purchase of their entry fee, each competitor get one free ticket into the drawing for some incredible prizes that will be given away during the week. If a racer purchase a mulligan, he or she gets another ticket into the same drawing.

Tickets will also be sold for more chances to win great gifts. On the top of that list will be a brand new USMTS 415 spec motor built by Stoen Race Engines valued at $25,000.

Extra tickets for the drawing will be on sale at $20 per ticket or six for $100. Dozens of supporters have stepped up to make this show explode, and many more are expected to jump on board before and during the event.

Competitors will earn points for each event they are in from time trials to heats, B-mains and A-mains, and the top six each night will be locked in for Saturday's $25,000-to-win main event that will pay no less than a record $2,500 to start.

The top 12 from Saturday’s “B” Main will transfer into the “A” Main. The first driver on the outside looking in (13th in the “B” Main) still walks away with $2,000 and every driver that takes the green flag in the “B” Main gets at least $1,200.

The “C” Main pays a minimum of $1,000 to start, the “D” Main is at least $900 to start and the Last Chance Races are worth a minimum of $700 just to take the green flag. No driver racing Saturday will leave with less than $600.

Next-to-Last Chance Race(s): 1-6 to Last Chance, 8. $700, 9. $675, 10. $650, 11. $625, 12-15. $600.
Last Chance Race(s): 1-6 to D-Main, 8. $900, 9. $850, 10. $825, 11. $800, 12. $775, 13. $750, 14. $725, 15-24. $700.
“D” Main: 1-12 to C-Main, 13. $1,000, 14. $975, 15. $950, 16. $925, 17-24. $900.
“C” Main: 1-12 to B-Main, 13. $1,200, 14. $1,100, 15. $1,075, 16. $1,050, 17. $1,025, 18-24. $1,000.
“B” Main: 1-12 to A-Main, 13. $2,000, 14. $1,500, 15. $1,400, 16. $1,300, 17-24. $1,200.
“A” Main: 1. $25,000, 2. $12,000, 3. $8,000, 4. $6,000, 5. $5,000, 6. $4,000, 7. $3,500, 8. $3,200, 9. $3,000, 10. $2,900, 11. $2,800, 12. $2,775, 13. $2,750, 14. $2,725, 15. $2,700, 16. $2,675, 17. $2,650, 18. $2,625, 19. $2,600, 20. $2,590, 21. $2,580, 22. $2,570, 23. $2,560, 24. $2,550, 25. $2,540, 26. $2,530, 27. $2,520, 28. $2,510, 29. $2,505, 30-33. $2,500.

Officials will also auction off two spots with an opening bid of $2,500 for any person what wishes to get their choice of driver into the finale. Any extra money above $2,500 per driver will be divided equally among drivers finishing third through 33rd.

One final spot will be added by a ticket raffle open to anybody. Tickets will be $10 each, 6 for $50 or 15 for $100. The winner can put in the driver they want into the 33rd starting spot.

Lap sponsorships are $1,000 per lap. All lap sponsors are in a draw for 15 winners among the 78 laps of sponsors. The feature winners on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will each draw five (5) random numbers from 1 through 78, and the sponsor(s) of those laps will be in Saturday’s drawing (15 lap sponsors total).

For fans, two (2) adults each on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday—plus two from Saturday’s 50/50 drawing—will be in the drawing (15 lap sponsors + 10 fans = 25 eligible winners).

During driver introductions on Saturday, five (5) random drivers will draw five (5) random names of fans with each fan getting $2,500. The driver that wins Saturday’s A-Main will draw a random name in the final drawing and that person will win $25,000.

Competitors can enter at usmts.com/register or call the office at (515) 832-7944. For old-schoolers, you can download the entry form, complete and fax your completed form to (515) 832-7958.

Officials from the United States Modified Touring Series will be doing some special things for all of the current and former racers. Among the festivities at the 25th Anniversary Silver Jubilee are a delicous meal on Saturday afternoon and inducting some new names into the USMTS Hall of Fame.

This is a special event and we'll make a lot of memories as we celebrate the last quarter-century for the Best of the Best in dirt modified racing.

Medieval USRA Stock Cars and USRA B-Mods will also be racing Wednesday and Thursday while USRA Hobby Stocks and Outlaw Mini-Mods race Friday and just USRA Hobby Stocks join the program on Saturday. All USRA classes will run a complete show for Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national points every night.

Modifieds can run for USRA national points, but will not earn USMTS points and vice versa.

The pit gates opens at 4 p.m., grandstands open at 5, hot laps and qualifying begins at 7 with racing to follow. All times are Central Standard Time. Youth ages 17 and under must have a signed minor release form to enter the pits.

For full event information or to buy advance tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime blockbuster, check out usmts.com/schedule.

The Mason City Motor Speedway is a 1/3-mile clay oval located 5.1 miles east of I-35 at exit 194 on SR 122 (at the North Iowa Fairgrounds). For more information, call (515) 832-6000 or check out MasonCityMotorSpeedway.com. You can also follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

For its Silver Anniversary season, the Summit USMTS National Championship presented by RacinDirt currently features racing at some of America's premier dirt track racing venues. The winners of those events are set to earn more than $300,000 with nearly $2 million in purses and prize money earmarked for the 2023 campaign.

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