Whether you are a huge race fan, looking to find something for a Dad that has everything or maybe want to try something different then 81 Speedway in Park City should be your destination this coming Father’s Day weekend as not only will there be two action pack nights of racing but many activities planned at the facility.
It all kicks off on Saturday night with “Park City Motorfest night” with free general admission tickets – courtesy of the Park City Convention and Visitors Board - available at all participating Park City area merchants. The nights racing action will see the 305-ci sprints, street stocks, thumper, hobby stocks, hornet and youth hornet divisions competing in heat races and feature events. All gates will open at 5:00 PM with racing slated for a 7:00 PM start time.
Then on Father’s Day Sunday night it will be “Hoosier Daddy/Bill Hall Memorial” night at the speedway featuring the winged warriors of the National Championship Racing Association of Park City 360 - ci sprint car and modified divisions and an appearance by the Kansas Antique Racers.
Sunday night will also be “Steve King Foundation” night with $10 steak dinners available for purchase during the nights racing program at the concession stand. All money will be donated to the Foundation that assists members of the racing fraternity injured or killed, on or off the race track.
Opening ceremonies will see special guest and recording artist Robert Calhoun, of Hutchinson on hand to sing the National Anthem. Gates will open at 4:00 PM, hot laps at 5:00 PM, driver introductions at 6:30 PM with racing scheduled to start at 7:00 PM. General admission tickets are just $15 for adults ages eleven and up; $5 for ages six through ten and free admission for children five and under.