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2019 SCHEDULE RELEASED

Posted December 24, 2018

    With the holidays being celebrated and the new year fast approaching, Tri-State Speedway is pleased to announce their 62nd year of operation in 2019 with another stellar schedule planned.  With special events being the main focus at the 1/4 mile dirt track in Haubstadt, IN, the twelve races on the calendar will once again prove to be an exceptional year. 

     The Spring Showdown featuring the MSCS and USAC Sprints will be the season
opener on April 13. The month of May will start out with the World of Outlaw
Sprints on Saturday, May 4th followed up by the Midwest Madness race on the 18th
bringing three divisions together - MSCS Sprints, MOWA Sprints, and the UMP
Modifieds.  The Memorial Weekend Classic will close out the month on Sunday,
May 26th featuring another group of three - MSCS Sprints, Modifieds, and the
MMSA Mini-Sprints.

     The months of June and July will both have two dates each as the Summer
Showdown heats up on June 8th as the MSCS Sprints compete for a whopping
$5000 to win plus the UMP Modifieds, and the MMSA Mini-Sprints will make
another appearance. The Late Model Summernationals take over on Sunday, June
23 with the Summit Modifieds included.

     August will once again feature the annual Hoosier Sprint Nationals with the MSCS Sprints, the IMCA Racesaver Sprints, and the UMP Modifieds on tap.

     Keeping with tradition, the Labor Day race will be held on Sunday, Sept. 1 with the MSCS Sprints and UMP Modifieds. Another annual event in September is the Haubstadt Hustler race on Sept. 14th. The MSCS & USAC Sprints will be in action as they compete for a prize of $10,000 to win.

     Closing out the race season will be The Harvest Cup on October 19th. In addition to the MSCS Sprints vying for the $5000 to win, the USAC Midgets will also be added to this event making it a grand finale along with the MMSA Mini-Sprints.

Details on ticket costs, purses, and other information will be posted at a later date. 

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