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Enter now for King of America VII lottery pick

Enter now for King of America VII lottery pick


The nation’s Best of the Best dirt modified drivers will invade the Humboldt Speedway for the King of America VII Modified Nationals presented by Summit Racing, Thursday-Saturday, March 23-25, which culminates with Saturday’s $10,000-to-win, $1,000-to-start championship race.

All USMTS Modified drivers who have their entry submitted by FRIDAY, MARCH 17, will be entered for a provisional lottery draw. Of those that do not qualify for Saturday’s main event through qualifying and preliminary races, one name will be randomly drawn for a provisional starting spot in the finale.

The entry fee is $300 if received or postmarked no later than March 17.  The entry fee is $400 after March 17 or at the track on race day. Entry fee covers all three days. Entry forms are available for download at www.usmts.com/downloads/entry-forms or call the USMTS offices at (515) 832-7944 Monday-Friday during normal business hours.

Out-Pace USRA B-Mod drivers can enter by downloading the entry form at http://usraracing.com/downloads/ or by calling USRA headquarters at (515) 832-6000 Monday-Friday during normal business hours.

All drivers can also enter this weekend at the Humboldt Speedway during the Battle at the Bullring.



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