This year's awards banquet will be held Saturday, November 8th from 5pm-8pm at Sunset...
If you have never been to Mid-America you owe it to yourself to check out the racing action.
We know that our spectators and riders come out to see racing and that is what you will see at Mid-America.
Track prep starts early in the week which means that the amount of maintenance required on race night is minimal.
All of our events starts promptly at 7:00pm and racing typically ends by 10:30pm.
Gates Open at 1:30 pm
Signup at 3:00 pm
Rider Briefing at 4:30 pm
Practice at 5:00 pm
Our awards banquet is Nov. 9. Please see the link at the top of the page for more info.
Saturday Night Admission:
Grandstand age 10+: $8
Grandstand age 5-9: $4
Pits age 10+: $10
Pits age 5-9: $5
Age 5 and under free
*Everybody entering the pits must sign a release.
Riders/Spectators under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guradian to enter the pits.
This year’s “The Night After the Indy Mile” featuring The Bultaco Astro Cup Presented by Harley-Davidson of Bloomington, IN was a huge success by all measures.
The 2014 event saw 210 entries with 155 unique riders, which is a new record, beating the previous record of 120 riders. Not bad for "just a local track".
A highlight from the night was watching Mick Kirkness ride a Speedway bike like he's never ridden anything else. It was definitely fun to watch! The various vintage classes from the AMA Vintage Dirt Track National Championship Series are never boring, as you got to see some very cool old bikes doing what they do best; go fast.
The Bultaco Astro Cup race was definitely the main show. The field was packed with several former stars of the GNC series and it was sure to be a great race. It was thrilling to watch "The Kid" Charlie Gerencer run away with the win, with his father in tow.
The Open - Pro race saw a new winner this year as GNC #1 Brad Baker lead flag to flag. Jarod Vanderkooi, who won the previous night’s GNC Singles event at the Indy Mile kept him honest the entire race. Chad Cose, Mick Kirkness and local fast guy Brandon Wilhelm rounded out the top 5.
Every year this event gets better! This year there were more riders, more spectators and more concession options. Tell your friends about it and don't miss next season’s event as it will surely best this year’s event by a country mile!