The Wild Wild West
The Big Gun Shoot Out
(Jones, MI) The M-40 Speedway will be the place to be this Wednesday night June 29th, at 7:00pm. The 2nd Duel to the Big Gun Shootout will be on tap for the Outlaw Late Models paying $3,000 to win and $600 just to start the race. The top Outlaw Late Model drivers from around the Midwest will make Jones, Michigan look like the Wild Wild West on Wednesday night.
There many expected drivers from all around the state of Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio to battle it out for the top cash against the M-40 regulars. The invaders will see two time defending Angola Motor Speedway track champion Brent Jack, JR Roahig, Tyler Roahig, Ty Hayes, Ronnie Manard, Jr., Jack Varney, Jr., and many more out of town drivers. The locals will be lead by defending track champion Jeff Ganus, Doug True, Jerry Zachery, Robbie Ferrier, John Long, Corey Pressler, and Mike Walls all try and defend there territory and cash from all of the out of town invaders.
“The local economy has been hit hard and is taking a toll on our loyal supporters so were trying to give back to our drivers with some higher pay offs,” stated, Kevin Kosher, M-40 Speedway Promoter. “We are looking forward to putting some excitement back into the M-40 Speedway so come out Wednesday night and see one of the changes that is going to make it a more exciting place every race night.”
The M-40 Speedway Pro Stocks and Pure Stocks will also be on hand to round out the big Wednesday night race program. The Pro Stocks will be battling it out for 75 laps with $1000 to win. The gates will open at 3:00pm with the racing action starting at 7:00pm.
The M-40 Speedway is excited to be hosting the Duel to the Big Gun Shootout #2. This is all gearing up for the August race that will have some huge announcements coming up in the next few weeks. We are sorry to announce that the NASCAR Stars that were scheduled for this event have cancelled due to scheduling commitment and will not be attending the race.
The M-40 Speedway is located in Jones, Michigan within driving distance of Kalamazoo and near the Indiana border. The track is owned and operated by the Kosher family since the 2009 season. The 3/8 mile speed plant has hosted many historic events and some the largest Outlaw Late Model payoffs in the country over its history. NASCAR star David Stremme started his Outlaw Late Model career at the M-40 Speedway back in the early stages of his career. Please visit www.m40speedway.net for all of the upcoming information on the 2011 season.
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M-40 Speedway Big Gun Shoot Out
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