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191 to End Season on Saturday September 27th

Saturday September 27th will conclude the 2014 racing season at 191 Speedway. We will be having a special $3000 to win Super Late Model race along with a Power Wheels race for the kids. Open Wheel Modified, Super Bomber and Stock 4 Cylinder will be running a regular show. Limited Late Model will not be running. The driver’s meeting is set for 5:00. Payout for Super Late Model is listed below.

1. $3000
2. $1500
3. $1000
4. $800
5. $700
6. $600
7. $500
8. $400
9. $300
10. $200
$150 to Start

Working Man 30 Saturday September 20th

Campton, KY-September 14, 2014- 191 Speedway track promoter Kevin Mayabb and staff are set to return with dirt track racing in the form of a Saturday special for the Super Bombers at the 5/16 mile oval with the 1st Annual Working Man 30 event on Saturday September 20, showcasing some of the best racing in the Bluegrass state as they recognize the Super Bombers class with a $1,000 to win payday.

The event was originally scheduled to be just 20 laps, but in an effort to truly showcase the racers and cars of the division, the track has now added 10 more laps to the main event and the race will now be the Working Man 30.

The Saturday September 20 racing program will feature the track’s 1st Annual Working Man 30 event, paying $1,000 to win for Super Bombers, along with a full racing program of racing action, with $700 to win for Modifieds, $500 to win for Limited Late Models, plus $200 to win for Stock Four Cylinders. Super Late Models will be off.

The Working Man 30 event is the brainchild of a group of Super Bomber drivers who would like to help organize the division, consolidate the rules across multiple tracks, and present attractive payouts that will help grow the division.

This event is presented by Fraley Automotive Inc, Patton Racing Supply, Custom Suspensions, Central KY Motorsports Expo & Swap Meet, SpeeDecals, Jones Motorsports, Napa of West Liberty, Foxes General Store, Rainmaker Racecars, Hackworth Garage, Wiseman Contracting, Phantom Racing Gear, Hellraiser Motorsports, Diamond Signs, AR Bodies and Alissa F. Tolle, DMD.

1st Annual Working Man 30 A-Main Payouts for Saturday September 20:
Super Bomber (30 laps): 1st- $1,000, 2nd- $700, 3rd- $500, 4th- $400, 5th- $300, 6th- $250, 7th- $200, 8th- $150, 9th- $125, 10th- $100, $100 to start. The hard charger will receive a $100 bonus courtesy of Hell Raiser Motorsports. The fast qualifier will receive a $50 bonus courtesy of Diamond Signs. The hard luck driver (fastest qualifier to not start the show) will receive a $200 gift certificate to Phantom Racing Gear. AR Bodies has agreed to sponsor $500 off a new body for the winner and 5 more $150 vouchers off a new body that will be randomly though out the field.

Limited Late Models (20 laps): 1st- $500, 2nd- $250, 3rd- $200, 4th- $150, 5th- $100, 6th- $75to start.

Modifieds (20 laps): 1st- $700, 2nd- $400, 3rd- $300, 4th- $225, 5th- $150, 6th- $100, 7th- $75to start.

Stock 4 Cylinder (15 laps): 1st- $200, 2nd- $100, 3rd- $75, 4th- $50, 5th- $25 to start.

Activities for the Saturday September 20 1st Annual Working Man 30 event will see the general admission area and pit area open at 3:00 p.m. The driver’s meeting will take place at 5:30 p.m., with practice laps set to begin following the drivers meeting. Time trials will get underway at 6:30 p.m., with racing set to take the green flag at 7:15 p.m. Ticket prices on Saturday September 20 in the general admission area will be $12 for adults, while children ages 11 and under are FREE, while a pit pass will be $25 for adults 12 and older; $5 ages 6-11.

For more information about racing activities at 191 Speedway, visit the track’s webpages on the internet at www.191speedway.com or on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/pages/191-Speedway/131651980213080. Patrons and/or other interested parties can phone the track on raceday at 606-662-9191. Or reach the promoters at 606-362-5798 or 606-662-4117.

191 Hosts Wolfe County High School Field Trip

What a great opportunity for the students of Wolfe County High School. A big shout out to Wolfe County High School principal Greg Creech and all of the staff involved for making this happen. Here is the email Mr. Creech sent out.

WCHS, WCHS Youth Service Center, The Mayabb Family and UNITE are happy to announce an exciting field trip to 191 Speedway’s Wince Mayabb Memorial Dirt Race on Saturday September 13th, 2014.

Wince’s dream before his tragic death was to involve every single kid of Wolfe County in activities such as sports, motorsports and other activities to keep them away from the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Wince dreamed of the dirt track, a park for little kids, a park for older kids, activities involving motorsports and all sorts of alternatives for our youth. Wince got the dream started with the track and I feel It’s our responsibility to keep the dream alive.

UNITE and WCHS are constantly looking for ways to involve kids in fun activities that will help keep their mind off of choices and activities involving Drug/Alcohol use. We are pleased to announce that this event will allow kids to see the sport of dirt track racing and the amount of work, dedication and commitment it requires. These particular events will include:

Motivational Speech from one of 191’s Dirt Late Model drivers
Track preparation and maintenance procedures
Race day preparation
Staff training
Safety precautions and equipment seminar
Technology and timing system prep
Driver and car introductions
Driver’s meeting
Team Pit tour

Students may qualify for this trip by achieving at least one of the following goals:

Be an active UNITE Club Member
At least one Positive referral from a teacher through Mrs. Gullet’s Positive Referral Program.
Perfect attendance for the 2014-15 school year
Straight As on first mid term

WCHS would like to thank everyone involved in making this event possible for our students!

 

Remaining 2014 Season Schedule

Here is the updated schedule for the remainder of the 2014 season. Please share and spread the word.

Saturday September 6th: Closed

Saturday September 13th: Wince Mayabb Memorial. $3500 to Win Late Model, $1000 Open Wheel Modified, $700 Super Bomber, Regular Show in Stock 4 Cylinder. No Limited Late Model

Saturday September 20th: $1000 to Win in Super Bomber. Regular Show in Open Wheel Modified, Limited Late Model and Stock 4 Cylinder. No Super Late Model

Saturday September 27th: $3000 to Win in Late Model. Regular Show in All Other Classes.

191 Closed September 6th

191 will be taking this weekend off. Everyone enjoy the break and we will see you back at the track on September 13th for the Wince Mayabb Memorial.

Racing Canceled Today

Racing for today has been canceled due to weather and has been rescheduled for Saturday September 13th.

Racing Canceled Today

Racing for today has been canceled and rescheduled for tomorrow.  Gates open at 12:00 and the drivers meeting is set for 3:00.

Wince Mayabb Memorial

It’s race day at 191 Speedway as tonight we will host the Wince Mayabb Memorial. The gates will open at 3:00 and the drivers meeting is set for 6:00. Admission is $35 for the pits for adults and $5 for 11 and under. The spectator side is $15 for 12 and older and 11 and under are free.

Late Model: $3500, $2500, $1500, $800, $700, $600, $500, $400, $300, $200, $150 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Open Wheel Modified: $1000, $500, $400, $350, $200, $150, $100, $75 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Super Bomber: $700, $350, $250, $150, $100, $75 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

If we are rained out today, the makeup race is scheduled for Monday September 1st and the gates will open at 12:00 and the drivers meeting will be at 3:00.

Payouts for Labor Day Weekend

Here are the payouts for this weekend at 191 Speedway. The Friday payout may increase but we won’t know for sure until Wednesday. Please help spread the word.

Friday August 29th Swift Silver Mine 40: Admission is $30 for the pits for adults and $5 for 11 and under. The spectator side is $15 for 12 and older and 11 and under are free.

Late Model: $3000, $1700, $1200, $800, $600, $400, $300, $200, $150 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Open Wheel Modified: $1000, $500, $400, $350, $200, $150, $100, $75 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Limited Late Model: $700, $350, $250, $150, $100, $75 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Super Bomber: $400, $300, $200, $150, $100, $75, $50 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Sunday August 31st Wince Mayabb Memorial: Admission is $35 for the pits for adults and $5 for 11 and under. The spectator side is $15 for 12 and older and 11 and under are free.

Late Model: $3500, $2500, $1500, $800, $700, $600, $500, $400, $300, $200, $150 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Open Wheel Modified: $1000, $500, $400, $350, $200, $150, $100, $75 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Super Bomber: $700, $350, $250, $150, $100, $75 to start (Car Must Complete 1 Lap to Receive Start Money)

Free Pit Passes for Sunday Night’s Wince Mayabb Memorial

This coming weekend is the biggest weekend of the year at 191 Speedway as we will host the Swift Silver Mine 40 on Friday night and then the Wince Mayabb Memorial on Sunday night.

Let’s get this started by giving away 4 pit passes to the Wince Mayabb Memorial on Sunday night donated by Samuel Bruce Herald. Bruce is a candidate for family court judge for Wolfe, Breathitt and Powell Counties. All you have to do is “LIKE” and “SHARE” this post for your chance to win. Winners will be announced on Saturday. Also give Bruce’s campaign page a like.

Just go to Facebook and search for 191 Speedway. Like and share the post for your chance to win.