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  • Jason Curlis
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    Originally posted by RYAN5R View Post
    Where can you get the complete payout and pit pass fees?
    What for? You planning on racing for 7th?

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  • RYAN5R
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    Thanks

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  • Ross
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    Originally posted by RYAN5R View Post
    Where can you get the complete payout and pit pass fees?
    hammertime24@ymail.com

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  • RYAN5R
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    Where can you get the complete payout and pit pass fees?

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  • Swamp
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    Good luck - hope it all goes as planned!

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  • JK47
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    Great news. I'm just happy someone cares enough to upgrade the track and facilities. I hope this season is very successful and over the next few years have weekly racing back in the area on Sunday nights.

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  • OhioDirtFan
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    GRASS ROOTS RACING RETURNS TO FINDLAY, OHIO

    (Findlay, OH) Over a year ago a group of race fans, community business men and racers came together to strategize about how they could bring back racing to Millstream Speedway. Today, new promoters for Millstream Motorsports Complex, home of Millstream Speedway, are releasing a long awaited 8 race schedule with special events to compliment the 2015 dirt track race season.

    The grand kickoff for 2015 will be on Sunday May 31st, with the newly purchased All Star Circuit of Champions, by three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup series Champion, Tony Stewart. The highly anticipated race will bring back grass roots racing to Findlay, Ohio. Special guests will include former President of the All Stars and Secretary-Treasurer-Program Editor; Bert and Brigitte Emick. The Emick’s recently had a chance to meet and congratulate the new owner in Florida. Historically fans have had a hard time predicting, “Who will win an All-Star show?” Race fans will recall, ironically, the Emick’s, adopted a “mission statement” in the 2001 All-Star program, which may turn out to be a reflection of the 2015 season for the All Star group. The mission statement was as follows, “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, and working together is SUCCESS.” Dirt track race fans hope the new owner will take the organization to a higher level, and Millstream Motorsports Complex is honored to be apart of the historical season.

    The month of June will also be history making on June 14th when the 3rd leg of the Buckeye Late Model, “Dirt Week Speedweek”, with Stocks and Mini-sprints hit the ½ mile clay oval. June 28th will host Non-winged Sprints, 360 Sprints and Modified teams, making a total of 6 different racing divisions for the month.

    July 5th, the All-Stars return with 305 sprints for the inaugural, “Infield Fan Fare,” where race fans can take the infield, to experience the thunder, throughout the night.

    August 2nd, the Boss Non-wing Sprints will go the distance for a $1500 to win, with Mini-Sprints. August 23rd the All-Stars return for their final appearance of the 2015 season with 305 Sprints. The month’s racing finishes up on August 30th featuring Late Models, Modifieds and Stocks for the “Parking Lot BBQ Pitmaster Challenge,” racing and tasty entertainment.

    Racing finale will be Sunday October 11th for the 410 Sprint “Trick or Treat 30” with Late Models to close out the season. Gates will open up for all racing events at 1 pm, hot laps at 6 pm.

    The Hammer’s continue to work diligently to bring the facility up to the standards to make racers, community members and race fans proud to be apart of dirt track racing. The goal will be to partner with other sanctioning bodies and different forms of motorsports to provide quality entertainment to the community. Anyone interested in talking with the Hammers can contact them at, hammertime24@ymail.com or follow the breaking news about the track on the website; www.millstreamspeedway.net or find us on Facebook or Twitter, @millstreamspdwy.

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  • Ross
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    2015 SCHEDULE

    May 31 All Star Sprints $5,000
    305 Sprints 750

    June 14 3rd leg Buckeye Late Model
    “Dirt Week” Speedweek $4,000
    Stocks 400
    Mini-Sprints 400

    28 Non-wing Sprints $1,500
    360 Sprints 1,500
    Modifieds 750

    July 5 All Star Sprints $5,000
    305 Sprints 750
    “INFIELD FAN FARE”

    Aug 2 Boss Non-wing Sprints $1,500
    Mini-Sprints 400

    23 All Star Sprints $5,000
    305 Sprints 750

    30 Late Models $2,000
    Modifieds 750
    Stocks 400
    “Parking Lot BBQ Pitmaster Challenge”

    Oct 11 410 Sprints $3,000
    “Trick or Treat 30”
    Late Models 2,000
    Gates open at 1 pm Hot laps 6 pm
    **Mufflers, Raceceiver radios and Transponders mandatory

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  • aannhh11
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    https://twitter.com/MillstreamSpdwy/...374464/photo/1

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  • J.Shambaugh1J
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    So are hammers not putting out a car this year then. Just wondered

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  • JK47
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    Growing up attending Millstream on Sundays it was sprints, late models, street stocks. That was a great show but then there were no 360's, 305's, crates, mods, or trucks. If they are going to run Sundays and committ to mods. Go get UMP sanctioned and it will be the only place in the area giving out national points on Sundays. The potential for the fields to grow will be tremendous. I'm just glad they are reopening and will be there no matter what they run. Let them get open and test the waters with support divisions. They will make the best decision based on car count and fan base.

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  • RYAN5R
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    I'm not sure what the 360's get.

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  • Captain Crunch
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    That's about what 360's get isn't it? Not sure they get that much to start. We're all underpaid, I am used to it lol.

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  • RYAN5R
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    Only 360/305 challenge at fremont. I'd say $1000 to win $200 to start would bring a full field. I think every 305 race should pay at least that.

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  • Captain Crunch
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    I think they mixed 305's and 360's in recent years to get a full field, didn't they? I'm not promoting the track so I get no say, but I feel if they completely change the historic support divisions for the track (not saying every single week), the track would lose a little of its appeal to me. I haven't missed watching a race there in 25 years (though 10 or more were closed), and as long as I can remember mods and stocks (recent years mixed with trucks) were the "regular" support divisions. It's also a bucket list item to win a feature there, I really hope I get another opportunity.

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