DeGRAFF – It will be Military Night at the races at Shady Bowl Speedway on Saturday – all active and retired military members admitted free to the grandstands. Proper ID is required.
“We do this every season as a way of thanking our military personnel for a job well done,” track owner Rick Young said.
On the track, the street stocks will compete in a 50-lap feature with $1,500 going to the winner.
The compacts will compete in the fourth All-American Challenge race. It is a 100-lap event paying $1,000 to win. Just starting the event will pay $100.
Larry Adams, the 2015 winner, and Josh Foltz, the 2016 winner, are expected to be on hand.
Foltz is the 2017 season champion, dominating the class as he posted 11 feature wins in his Neon. The modifieds and pure stocks will also do battle. Racing will begin at 7 p.m.