STATE PARK SPEEDWAY 4th ANNUAL TRAILER RACE AT THE September 26, 2020
EVE OF DEVASTATION
GUARANTEED $1,000 TO WIN IF 20 CARS ENTER
For the fourth straight year, State Park Speedway will have a trailer race at its Eve of Devastation. The event will pay $1,000 to the winner if 20 or more cars are registered. If fewer than 20 cars enter the trailer race, a pro-rated purse will be paid appropriately. The winner will be determined as the last car with the trailer attached and wheels on the trailer. Cars used to pull the trailer must meet the Eve of Devastation rules. The registration fee for the trailer race is $25 if you register by September 18th, 2020 and $50 if you register after September 18th, 2020.
“We’re really excited to continue to bring the trailer race to State Park Speedway and our Eve of Devastation,” said State Park Speedway Owner Ron Wimmer. “It’s become something the fans and drivers look forward to and continues to grow each year.
Pit gates will open at 12:00pm on Saturday, September 26th for the Eve of Devastation, fan gates open at 1:00pm and racing will begin at 3:00pm.
State Park Speedway
Eve of Devastation September 26th, 2020
Trailer Race Rules
- Pit gate and registration the day of the event will open at 12pm and end at 2pm
- Anyone entering the pits must buy a $25 pit pass and sign insurance forms
- Driver must attend drivers’ meeting
1 Overall Trailer length, Minimum length 8 feet Max Length 24 feet. Length will be measured from hitch ball socket to back. Suggestions are travel trailers, pop-up tent campers and boat trailers. Pop-up trailers must be raced in the fully extended (popped-up) position. Boat trailers must have a boat and the boat must be secured to the trailer.
2 All appliances and heating/cooling units must be removed
3 Trailers must be completely cleaned out on inside, removing everything that is not part of the unit. i.e pots and pans clothes silverware trash household items or anything that is not a
permanent part of trailer as manufactured. Boats must be gutted, no motors, fuel tanks or out drives allowed.
4 Glass must be removed
5 Tongue must attach to tow vehicle by hitch ball, free pivoting. Equalizer bars are not allowed. No pintle hitches No clasp type hitches
6 Ballast weight may not be added
7 Tow vehicle can be a stock truck, van or car. No 4 wheel drive vehicles.
8 All glass must be removed. Windshield must stay intact.
9 Shoulder and lap belt are required
10 A DOT/Snell approved helmet is required. Drivers must have long pants and long sleeve shirt and gloves while on the track. Approved fire suit and neck collar are highly recommended. Each competitor is soley responsible for the effectiveness of personal safety equipment used during the event. State Park Speedway is NOT responsible for the effectiveness of any personal safety equipment
11.Track officials have the final say on vehicle race worthiness
- Additional rulesmay be added if needed
13 NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED
14 State Park Speedway has the final decision
Objective of the race: The objective of the race is to finish the race with your trailer attached while separating the trailers of your competitors from their tow vehicle. If you loose your trailer you will be black flagged and you must leave the track. If you fail to leave the track after the loss of your trailer you will be disqualified. You must retain the axle of your trailer to remain in the race. DO NOT hit other tow vehicles. Only make contact with trailers.
$25 entry fee. 100% paid back to purse. Any questions contact State Park Speedway – email@example.com or 715.212.9006
Trailer Race – REGISTRATION