“The Battle of Aztec”
Posted by Chad Tenski on May 15, 2012, 12:07 pm
“The Battle of Aztec” |
The Invasion by USRA Modifieds of the historically IMCA controlled Aztec Speedway continues with a “Twin $1000 to win, $100 to start” showdown on June 8th and 9th. This two day “Battle of Aztec” will pit the states best IMCA modified drivers against the invading USRA Modifieds in a true war of dominance.
The war started last October when a USRA driver stole the Breast Cancer Awareness Race from the 2010 IMCA National Champion—on his home track. The IMCA drivers were not thrilled about a home town upset, swearing vengeance against the “invaders”. This Battle of Aztec will quickly prove to be the showdown of a lifetime.
General Sherman once said, “War is hell” and it is indeed breaking loose all over Aztec Speedway. The plea is out to all IMCA modified drivers to come and help save Aztec Speedway from the large band of USRA drivers that are looking to overtake the northern New Mexico outpost. A modest entry fee of $50 per skirmish.
Also on hand to try to conquer Aztec Speedway both nights will the CLMA Late Models, Stock cars, and for one night only on June 8th will be the IMCA Southern Sportmods, and June 9th will be the hobby stocks. All five of these classes are sure to provide the very best two day racing experience in the area, so be sure to pick up your tickets which will be on sale at the speedway box office at the following prices: Adult $15.00, Youth $10.00 6-14, children 5-under are free, Family Pack are also available for $35.00 (2 adults and 3 youths), and of course military and seniors are only $12.00.