KCSI Radio Opening Night is April 19th
The 2014 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series will kick off the season on Saturday, April 19th. Gates will open at 5:00 o'clock with hot laps at 6:30 and racing to immediately follow. All five of the 2013 champions are expected to be on hand to defend their titles and compete for their share of over $17,000 in NASCAR bonus money.
Not only are track titles up for grabs, but racers at ACS also have a good shot at a trip to Charlotte and national recognition. In 2013 seven of Adams County's regulars qualified for a trip across the stage at Charlotte. No other track in the nation was as well represented in Charlotte as ACS!
Grandstand prices remain unchanged from last year, with adult admission at $10, Junior High and High School students $5, K-6 students $2 and preschool free. A Family Pass, priced at $25 will admit two adults and all the children living in the home, making a Saturday night at ACS an affordable family night out.
Be sure to like Adams County Speedway on Facebook and join nearly 4500 fans who keep up with all the happenings at the speedway. And when you're at the speedway use your smart-phone to access all the race line-ups and results hosted by SpeednetDirect .
Get a FREE T-SHIRT when your renew your NASCAR license listing Adams County Speedway as your home track. Supplies are limited so be sure to renew early. Online renewal is quick and easy.
Save time and money at the pit gate by renewing your NASCAR license
online. Pit gate prices are unchanged for NASCAR members this
year ($20 members, drivers free) but have been increased for
non-members. Practice day is
Saturday, April 12 First race is Saturday,
Save time and money at the pit gate by renewing your NASCAR license online. Pit gate prices are unchanged for NASCAR members this year ($20 members, drivers free) but have been increased for non-members.
Practice day is Saturday, April 12
First race is Saturday, April 19
Be sure to mark ACS as your home track!
2014 season tickets are available at our Square Market Online Store
Jason O'Brien and Brian Foote Champions
Brian Foote and Jason O'Brien both managed to take their race cars to victory lane on the final points night at the Adams County Speedway to not only collect the winner's trophy but to also be crowned the champions of their respective classes. Foote came into the night trailing Jesse Dennis by three points in the Poet Biorefining modifieds and locked up the championship with the win. O'Brien entered the evening just one point ahead of JC Wyman in the Coors Light Silver Bullet late models and cemented the championship with his second win of the year.
The track championships had already been determined in the three other classes - Jeremy Purdy in the Chat Mobility hobby stocks, Jon Plowman in the Stalker Chevrolet b-mods, and Tony Hardisty in the Northland Oil pro-stocks.
Get Race Line-ups & Results on Your Phone
Thanks to sponsorship by Dave Carlisle at Carlisle Automotive Repair, you can now get ACS race line-ups as soon as they are posted directly to your smart phone! You can find them at http://www.speednetdirect.com/mobile/mobilelineup.php?tid=8879. Right now the site is loaded with a test line-up, so go take a look. Results will also be available after the race is declared official. QR codes linking directly to the site will be posted around the race track for your convenience. (Get Google Goggles for a good, free QR code reader for your Android or iOS phone.)
ACS Pre-race Live Radio Show on KCSI 95.3 FM
KCSI Country Sunshine Radio 95.3 FM from Red Oak will return as the host of "Pit Side Live" each Saturday night during the 2013 season. Hosts Bob Harris and Billy Rock will be on the air live from 5:00 o'clock until 6:30 each week with race results, predictions, and special guests.
The Firehouse Restaurant at 310 E. Washington Avenue in Red Oak will be the broadcast location in the event of a rainout. In the event the show is moved the Firehouse will offer race night specials to all the racers and fans.
ACS welcomes KCSI and the Firehouse Restaurant to the family. Be sure to like them on Facebook!
ACS is mandating that each driver use a Raceceiver radio to enable direct communication from the tower. This will speed realignment procedures and aid driver safety. The standard Raceceiver radio is the Fusion 1600, and it is available with a variety of ear-pieces or you can use your own ear piece.
ACS will have radios available for purchase or lease at the track. Click here for details.
Track Phone (Race day only) - 641-322-4184
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