Ticket stubs will be good for next Sunday, July 31. There will be no mid-week makeup.
There were 11 late models, 13 modifieds, 8 stock cars, 13 hobby stocks and 11 wild things in the pits.
The call was disappointing, but it was correct. The track was not going to be raceable and too much expensive equipment would have been torn up.
An interesting matchup that was washed out was the return of Michael Long in the modified class. Current points leader Steven DeLonjay would have been going for a sixth straight feature victory, which would have matched Long’s track record established in both 2008 and 2007.
Lee County Speedway, Donnellson, Iowa: Former Quincy “B” modified track champ Wyatt Lantz won the modified feature over Josh Foster, Tyler Cale and Jeff Waterman. Chris Webb took the checkers in the stock car feature over Jason Cook and Matt Greiner.
Tri-City Speedway, Pontoon Beach, Ill.: Two-time Quincy track champ Michael Long won the UMP modified feature and Dustin Griffin was runner-up in the UMP Pro Crate late model main event. Ricky Frankel was third in the UMP late model feature behind Randy Korte and was second in the dash to Korte.
Callaway Raceway, Fulton, Mo.: Jake Griffin, who runs modifieds and non-IMCA late model events at Quincy, leads the limited late model points standings.