I-35 and Lakeside Speedways have posted the 2015 Grand National rules. There are a few changes to the rules, all engine options can be rebuilt and/or tore down for inspection. This includes the crate motors. Additionally a new engine option, the 360 spec motor, has been added to the class for those drivers who desire to race with a four barrel carburetor. Finally, weight has been added to the crate motor cars and reduced on racecars using the 360 spec motor or the Standard 2 barrel option. Please visit www.lakesidespeedway.net or www.i-35speedway.net to view or print your copy of the 2015 Grand National rules.
The tech staff at both tracks anxiously await the publishing of the 2015 USRA rules. The A Mods, B Mods, and Stock Cars at both tracks will continue to be USRA.
Work is continuing with a goal to publish by the end of the month the E Mod and Hobby Stock rules for I-35 Speedway. The Hobby Stocks will not be sanctioned in 2015.
Photo: Dan Parkison
By: Bob Libbey
Kansas City, KS – Friday, September 26, 2014 – The regular racing season at Lakeside Speedway came to an end and track champions were crowned.
In the USRA A-Modified division, Nic Bidinger, entered the year as defending champion knowing he had an up-hill battle to repeat his 2013 achievement. This year, like last, he stayed the course, stayed true to his goal and ended up with back to back seasons with seven feature wins, consistent finishes and few DNF’s. Bidinger earned the 2014 USRA A-Modified Lakeside Speedway track championship.