Hawaii Five-O is over, so here’s the scoop for what Sunday night’s lineup will offer:
The ILMO Lightning Mini Sprints will be part of a schedule that also includes late models, modifieds, stock cars and hobby stocks. Keep reading, because there are some special rules for most of the events.
The Mini Sprint event is a first for the track, with more than 20 of the 1000cc to 1205cc powered winged midgets expected to be on hand for a purse that guarantees at least $400 to win for 20 or more cars registered to race. There are more event specifics listed on the flyer posted on the Quincy Raceways website at www.quincyraceways.com.
The late model shootout will pay $1,000 to win for 15 or more cars entered and $700 to win for 14 or fewer cars entered. This special event will feature cars from the IMCA late models, UMP Pro Crate late models series and possibly cars that race under the ULMA sanctioning body rules. Specific rules concerning tires and weights can also be found at the track’s website.
The UMP modifieds will race for $500 to win and $115 to start, plus UMP national, region and state points.
The hobby stocks and stock cars will also be participating in another special as the two classes will be combined, along with the Lee County Speedway and 34 Raceway hobby stocks in a event that will pay $400 to Win and $65 to Start. The Quincy 9:1 360ci hobby stocks may run any two- or four-barrel carburetor and must pump and whistle to their usual specifications. The Lee County and 34 Raceway hobby stocks must be legal to their respective track’s rules. The IMCA stock cars must compete under the normal IMCA rules. Any Quincy hobby stocks that do not want to use the 9:1 360ci engine may compete under the Lee County and 34 Raceway hobby stock rules.