MARNE, Mich. – Berlin Raceway’s Keyser Manufacturing Down & Dirty 100 will be a twin-bill this year.
The blockbuster World of Outlaws Late Model event will be split into two complete programs between Sept. 12-13.
Officials with Berlin Raceway and the WoO LMS announced the format change on Wednesday. Originally a two-day event with preliminary action on Sept. 12 and B-Mains and a 100-lap A-Main on Sept. 13, the third annual event will now include complete WoO LMS programs each night, featuring Ohlins Shocks Time Trials, heat races, B-Mains and A-Mains.
The program on Friday, Sept. 12 will feature a 35-lap A-Main paying $8,000 to the winner, while the A-Main on Saturday, Sept. 13 will be 65 laps with $12,000 going to the winner.
Berlin Raceway will once again cover its 7/16-mile pavement oval with dirt in hosting the WoO LMS for the third consecutive season. Both of the previous Keyser Manufacturing Down & Dirty 100 A-Mains were claimed by Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., with the two-time WoO LMS champion and current points leader claiming $20,000 paydays at the event in 2012 and 2013.