Racing resumes at Enid Speedway

Troy Bynum (81) and Joe Adams (K6) compete in the Sport Mod class April 20 at Enid Speedway. (Travis Barnard) 

ENID, Okla. — Spring hasn't been kind to Enid Speedway.

Thanks to the heavy amounts of rain and inclement weather, Enid Speedway has had all but one of its scheduled dates wiped out, including its scheduled season-opener that was to have featured the ever-popular sprint cars. But things may finally be looking up, both in the weather department and on the track.

A full card is planned for Saturday featuring the Sooner Late Models vs. NCRA in an event co-sanctioned by both racing organizations that was originally scheduled for May 10. Also on the card Saturday night are pure stocks, intermediate sport mods, A-modifieds and sport mods.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors, military and students age 12-15. Under 12 are free. Pit passes are available for $30. Pits and gates open at 5 p.m., with racing set to begin at 7:30.

Enid Speedway is located on the Garfield County Fairgrounds at 111. W. Purdue.

In the only races completed this season at Enid Speedway on April 20, Kip Hughes won the Sooner late model feature. Other winners were Mickey Lassiter in A-modified, Joe Adams in sport mod, Brad Smith in pure stocks and Austin McKinney won the intermediate sport mod division.

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