World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars
 I-80 Speedway
Greenwood, NE
Wednesday, June 03, 2020 
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World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars
June 3, 2020
I-80 Speedway
13909 238th St
Greenwood, NE 68366 

 http://www.i-80speedway.com/i80/

Event Description
The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series makes its exciting return to Nebraska.

Series
World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series

To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Event Schedule
Pits: 1 pm
Grandstands: 4 pm
Hot Laps: 6:45 pm
Qualifying: 7:15 pm
*All times Central


To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Type of Grandstand
Reserved seats have back/ GA is all bleachers with no backs

Stadium Seating
Fans can bring in stadium seats

Handicapped Seating
Handicap decks

Handicapped Parking
Front of the parking lot near Ticket Gate

Pit Age Limit
No Age limit - All minor's require proper waiver - You can download your waiver at https://www.i-80speedway.com/i80/driver-info/forms/

Personal Coolers
No Cooler

ATMs
1

Credit Card Use
Ticket Window

Alcohol Sales
No alcohol can be brought into the facility but do sell it on site.

Parking Cost
Free

Camping Availability
non-electric

Camping Cost
Free




I-80 Speedway
13909 238th St
Greenwood, NE 68366 

 http://www.i-80speedway.com/i80/

Track Phone
(402) 342-3453

Track History
Completed in mid 1994, I -80 Speedway ran 410 Sprint Cars, Limited Late Models and IMCA Modifieds on Friday nights and Late Models, Limited Late Models and ProAms on Saturday nights during its inaugural season. On June 24 & 25, 1995, ARCA made its only visit to the Cornhusker State when it visited I-80.

In 2001, the track was purchased and renamed Nebraska Raceway Park. In 2004, Land Developers Inc. purchased the track, and is the present owner. In August 2004, Little Sunset Speedway, a 1/8th mile karting facility was added behind the main grandstand of the speedway.

In the spring of 2005, the Soaring Edge Motocross facility was open but was closed in 2009. The 4/10ths mile track was renamed I-80 Speedway and the entire facility was renamed Nebraska Raceway Park in 2005. In 2011, Little Sunset Speedway was enlarged with a wider racing surface and higher banking to accommodate Mini Sprints in addition to go-karts.

During its history, I-80 Speedway has played host to a number of touring series including the ARCA series, ASCS Sprint Cars, ASCS Sprint Bandits Tour N’Topless, Busch All Star Tour, Hav-A-Tampa, MARS, MLRA, National Sprint League, NCRA, Nebraska 360 Sprints, TORA, UMP Summer Nationals, USAC, USMTS, WDRL and Woo Sprints. Many of these series compete in annual events such as the Spring Meltdown, the Midwest Fall Brawl and the Cornhusker Classic. It is also home base to the Malvern Bank Super Late Models (SLMR), an area Super Late Model Series.

I-80 continues to host weekly Friday night racing featuring the NASCAR Whelen All American Series

Track Size & Type
4/10-mile


Reserve the best seats today
Wednesday Tickets

Camping Availability
non-electric

Camping Price
Free