CONWAY, Ark. – An extremely wet past week with more rain forecasted to come has forced officials with Boothhill Speedway and the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil to push the Ronny Adams Memorial weekend back to its scheduled rain date of March 12-13.
The race was originally set for March 5–6.
“You obviously hate to start the new race season with a postponement, but with all of the moisture that’s fallen in the past week, and the additional rain forecasted for the upcoming week, this was definitely the best decision,” COMP Cams Super Dirt Series CEO Chris Sullivan said. “This time of year can be unpredictable weatherwise, so this is why we built the rain date in. We’ll now look ahead to March 12–13 and hopefully Mother Nature will be a race fan.”
The fifteenth COMP Cams Super Dirt Series season now opens on Friday and Saturday, March 12–13 with the annual Ronny Adams Memorial at Louisiana’s Boothill Speedway. A $3,000 top prize is posted for Friday’s opener and a $7,000 winner’s check is up for grabs in Saturday’s finale.