OFFICIAL MOTEL FOR THE I-10 SPEEDWAY
Americas Best Value Inn
850 W. Hobsonway, Blythe CA
760 922 5145
$69.00 per night + tax
discount code: LUCAS OIL
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(55 & Better)
(ages 5 & under)
2 Adult, 2 Kids(17 & under)
Pony Stocks will race in Blythe on April 27th
$150. To start the 35 lap main event. And $100. Tow money for anyone who has not race this year. Come and use up your old tires, Cash pay off after the race.Call each other so we have a good car count!
LUCAS OIL I 10 SPEEDWAY TO PRESENT A HUGE SATURDAY NIGHT OF RACING
The Lucas Oil I 10 Speedway will be opening their spectator gates this Saturday night for the latest round of their Winter Blast Racing Series, presented by Next Era Energy Resources. The quarter mile paved oval is located at the Colorado River Fairgrounds in Blythe-California.
The famed local speedway will be treating its fans to a full evening of on track action on this night featuring the local Street Stock and Factory Stock divisions. Also on the schedule is an exhibition event from the Bilstein Southwest Rally Cup Series along with a 75 lap feature race by the Lucas Oil Modified Racing Series, presented by LoanMart. The spectator gates will open at 5pm with the racing beginning at 7pm....read more
Attn: Pony Stocks, Legends, Bando's
March 23 will be the next race at Lucas Oil I-10 Speedway in Blythe. This race will be the feature event Saturday night during the Colorado River Fair. Championships will be determined after the Legends (50 laps) and Bandoleros (15 laps) race. Also on the schedule are Pony Stocks (35 laps), Street Stocks (30 laps) and Factory Stocks (15 laps). Pit Gate opens at noon with a drivers meeting at 4:30. Practice will start immediately after drivers meeting and racing starts at 7:00. Everyone with a pit pass will be allowed in to the fair at no charge. Because of the FFA auction, there will be no activity on the track until it is over - so come early and enjoy the fair.
Protecting The Harvest, A Mission Worth Supporting
By Gary Truitt
Original article from Hoosier Ag Today
Last week I wrote about how agriculture needs to draw a line in the sand and stand up against certain forces bent on its destruction. I got a few e-mails in support of that position, most thanking me for standing up for agriculture. But folks, I am not the one who needs to stand up — you are. In my opinion, the response of many large farm organizations to the attacks from HSUS and others has been a bit on the timid side. We have relied on facts, science, and engaging in “dialogues” on food and agriculture issues. Meanwhile, those on the other side have resorted to lawsuits, intimidation, voter referendums, misleading television commercials, and even lobbying and legislation. There has emerged, however, an organization that is taking a much more aggressive and effective strategy when dealing with anti-agriculture activist groups....read more