Track officials said Monday they will move the starting time up to 4 p.m. — this week only — in an effort to make the experience more enjoyable for the fans.
“There’s a cold front supposed to be moving in Sunday evening and who knows when it will arrive exactly, but pushing the starting time up a couple of hours should help the fans enjoy the racing much more, especially those bringing families,” track manager Ken Dobson said. “I think the temperatures will be more comfortable for more of the racing if we start at 4, rather than 6.”
The grandstands wil open at 2 p.m. Hot laps and qualifying will start at approximately 3:15 p.m.
The pits will open at 1:15 p.m.