Clay County Fair Speedway To Race Every Friday
Spencer, Iowa - The Clay County Fair is pleased to announce weekly IMCA Racing each Friday night beginning May 15 at the Clay County Fair Speedway throughout the 2015 season.
"This is a tremendous opportunity to fully utilize the Speedway," said CCF Manager Jeremy Parsons. "Going from five races in 2014 to 14 races in 2015 will be a great benefit to not only the Speedway, but also to all of Spencer."
According to an independent economic study completed earlier this year, five nights of IMCA racing in 2013 brought nearly $77,000 in direct spending by out-of-county drivers to Spencer. "That number will obviously exceed $200,000 by tripling the amount of race dates," said Parsons.
Races will be held each Friday night May 15 through July 31; August 21; and the finale race at the Fair on Wednesday, September 16.
The featured classes each Friday night at the Clay County Fair Speedway will include IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, Sportsmods, Hobby Stocks and Sport Compacts.
The reconstructed 3/8 mile clay track on the Clay County Fairgrounds in Spencer known as the Clay County Fair Speedway made its debut in 2007. The track offers increased corner banking to adjust for the higher speeds of auto racing and a state-of-the-art lighting system to make the races more visible for both drivers and fans.
The International Motor Contest Association (IMCA) serves as the largest and longest running sanctioning body in auto racing. They continue their mission of affordable, entertaining and competitive auto racing as a sanctioning body, and are committed to establishing and enforcing fair and consistent rules that will strengthen and promote the racing industry.
For more information or questions call the Clay County Fair office at 712-262-4740 or visit www.CCFSpeedway.com. Follow @ClayCountyFair on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook by visiting www.facebook.com/WorldsGreatestCountyFair to learn more information about the 2015 racing season at the Clay County Fair Speedway as it becomes available.