Tyler County Speedway
TYLER COUNTY SPEEDWAY POSTPONES CHAMPIONS AWARD BANQUET
The Hometown Racing Association, promoters of the Tyler County Speedway regrets to announce the postponement of this week’s anticipated Champions Award Banquet scheduled for Saturday, January 20th. Due to another imminent winter storm forecasted for Friday and Saturday, the Hometown Racing Association has made the difficult yet necessary decision to prioritize the safety and well-being of our valued attendees with consideration to potential travel challenges and the bitter wind chills.
The new date for the Champions Award Banquet is now set for Saturday, March 2nd at the Lewis Wetzel Family Center. The evening will commence with doors opening at 5pm, followed by a delectable dinner served by Quinet’s at 6pm, with the Awards ceremony taking place at 7pm, recognizing the outstanding achievements of our 2023 racers.
To secure your reservation and RSVP for the event, we kindly request that you contact us via phone or text message at 304-771-5661. We extend our gratitude for your understanding and continued support as we strive to provide a memorable and safe experience for all attendees.
ABOUT TYLER COUNTY SPEEDWAY
Established in 1974, Tyler County Speedway stands as a motorsports venue featuring a high-banked 1/4-mile 'Bullring' renowned for its thrilling 3 and 4-wide racing action. Owned by the Tyler County Fairboard and promoted by the Hometown Racing Association, the speedway is located 3 ½ miles South of Middlebourne, WV, on State Route 18 at the Tyler County Fairgrounds. Known nationally as America's Baddest Bullring, the speedway hosts a weekly Saturday Night racing program from April to September each year. Celebrating 50 years of Fast Family Fun in 2024, it annually hosts the region's most entertaining and diverse schedule of events, including the 'Oldest Dirt Late Model Major Event,' the Hillbilly 100, on Labor Day weekend.
TYLER COUNTY SPEEDWAY MEDIA LINKS & CONTACT–
Phone: Office 304-771-5661 or on Raceday at 304-758-2660
Submitted By: Dan Patterson