For the first time in this abbreviated 2020 season, the Ti22 Performance - FAST on Dirt winged 410 sprint car tour will visit the Fremont Speedway this Saturday, August 15th. Located on the historic Sandusky County Fairgrounds, auto racing has gone on at his location for nearly a full century. The permanent 1/3 mile Fremont Speedway was built in 1951 and continues to this day.
For the FAST tour, this will be race number 3 for the season. Local driver Dean Jacobs picked up the opening round win at Wayne County Speedway on June 27th and Sikeston, Missouri's Hunter Schuerenberg won round 2 picking up the $8,500 win in the Freedom 40 at Atomic Speedway on July 11th. After 2 doubleheader weekends were lost to the COVID-19 pandemic and one rainout, FAST is finally ready to get race 3 in the books!
Jordan Harble currently leads the point standings over T.J. Michael, Bryan Nuckles, Tyler Gunn, Cody Gardner and Mitch Harble. They will face serious competition from the Fremont point runners who include Nate Dussel, DJ Foos, Stuart Brubaker, Cole Macedo, John Ivy, Brian Smith and more!
Joining the FAST 410 sprints will be the 305 winged sprints and the dirt trucks. Gates open at 4 pm with hot laps with drivers meeting at 5:30. Racing action will begin at 7 pm. General admission is $15 with seniors just $13 and students $10. Kids 10 and under are free. Pit passes are $30.
The purse for this event will combine to use the higher payout per spot between the FAST and Fremont standard purses. This week's payout is as follows: 3000, 1500, 1000, 775, 650, 550, 500, 475, 450, 425, 400, 380, 360, 340, 325, 320, 315, 310, 300, 300. Heat races will pay 40, 30, 20, 10 courtesy of NAPA of Fremont, Helms & Sons Construction, Hawk Brakes, and ARP Fasteners.
There is no membership or entry fee to race with FAST. Cars must have flat top wings with a max 2" wickerbill. Tires must be 4 Hoosiers with left rears being the H series and the right rear must be the H, Medium, or the W18. You do NOT need to run the same tire all night. Mufflers ARE mandatory for this event. Raceceivers are mandatory.
Cars will draw into heats. You will time trial against your heat race group in single car qualifying. We will invert 4 cars in the heats. The fastest qualifier who transfers from the heat and the heat race winner will both go to the redraw. We will start 20 cars in the main event. If we have 30+ cars, we add 2 to the A-Main for a 22 car field. If we have 40+ cars, we add 4 to the main event to start 24.
The current points fund sits at $4,000 with $2,000 added for every event completed. The points champion will take home 31.25% of the total with the balance of the top 10 paid the percentage promised from the original $32,000 point fund. Drivers must run 75% or more of the completed shows to earn point fund money.