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Grant Junghans Memorial to wrap up 2019 USMTS season

The 4th Annual Grant Junghans Memorial will be on Saturday, November 16, and will once again pay $10,002 to win and $1,202 to start. This year's event is going to be extra special this year as we have moved the date to the eve of Grant’s birthday on November 17.

Make plans now to attend a one-of-a-kind event that pays great money and supports a great cause. Last year more than $20,000 was raised for the Grant Junghans Memorial Fund which supports research and funding for childhood cancer.

Legendary promoter C. Ray Hall has done a great job with the newly-designed 81 speedway. The closest finish of the season happened here to kick off the USMTS Hunt for the Casey's Cup when Terry Phillips nipped Dereck Ramirez at the line.

This show will close the curtain on the 2019 USMTS season. As usual for this event, a lot of great give-aways and other exciting things will be happening. The annual Chisholm Trail Showdown will be one night only on Friday, November 15, and pays $3,000 to win, so be sure to make plans to be at the 81 Speedway on Friday and Saturday, November 15-16, for a huge doubleheader to put the wraps on a memorable 2019 racing season.

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