The Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series returns to the Dodge County Fairgrounds for the Harry Neitzel Memorial on Friday night, September 4th. The Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 winged sprints and local Modifieds will also be at horsepower half-mile to create a triple-header of dirt track racing action.
North Pole, Alaska’s Bill Balog leads the current IRA’s Bumper to Bumper Outlaw Sprint Series points standings by 245 points over Beaver Dam’s Scott Neitzel. Kewaskum, Wisconsin’s Russell Borland sits 3rd while Beaver Dam’s Jeremy Schultz currently holds 4th place in the point standings.
Gates open at 5 with on-track action beginning at 6. The IRA Outlaws at Dodge County, Come Feel The Thunder! Pit Gates open at 3, Spectator Gates 5, warm-ups 6 pm with hot laps to follow, opening ceremony 7:30 pm. Spectator Admission; Adults $25, kids 6-12 yrs $5, 5 yrs and younger FREE. Pit admission $30.
Grandstand seating sold at reduced capacity to support social distancing.
The event is available on FloRacing pay-per-view for anyone unable to attend in person https://www.floracing.com/events/6675698-2020-harry-neitzel-memorial-ira
Rain previously washed out the event on July 10th.
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