IRA Interstate Racing Association
Wisconsin Weekend Moving To South Dakota
The Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series is doing their best to find ways to get back to racing. With the uncertainty regarding any potential restrictions being put on Wisconsin race tracks, especially fairground facilities such as Wilmot and Plymouth, and the Fire Dept operated track at Angell Park, IRA and the All Stars have agreed to postpone the May 29-31 Wisconsin events. The 26,000 to win Rayce Rudeen Foundation race has been rescheduled to Thursday night July 30th at Plymouth. The Wilmot and Angell Park new dates will be released soon.
So while both groups are wanting to race, we have worked together to find a way to race on those same May dates we originally had scheduled, so we're heading to Park Jefferson International Speedway, just over the South Dakota border for a 2-day show May 29-30. These are full point shows for each group.
To follow COVID-19 guidelines, there will be limited spectator seats available with details being released soon. Teams will also be requested to pre-register and IRA teams will have instructions provided to them soon.
Both series are part of the FloRacing family, and for those fans who can't make the trip to Park Jefferson, both nights will be offered on FloSportsTV or FloRacing.com
This will be IRA's first ever appearance in South Dakota. The Wisconsin and northern Illinois based series will add another state to their long history. The series has competed in WI, IL, MN, IA, MI, IN, OH, and ND over the years.
Submitted By: Kim Tennyson