MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Ironman Raceway officials have announced the venue’s schedule for this season, featuring four premier events including an AMA Mid-East Loretta Lynn Area Qualifier, Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship and two Grand National Cross Country events.
The raceway will kick off its season in mid-April and conclude the last weekend of October.
The AMA Mid-East Loretta Lynn Area Qualifier will kick off the year at Ironman on the weekend of April 24 and 25. Practice will take place on Friday, April 23 for $30 per group, with racing on Saturday and Sunday for $40 per class, plus the MX Sports fee of $10 to participate in the Loretta Lynn program.
On May 1 and 2 the Grand National Cross Country Series comes to Indiana for the Hoosier GNCC, round 5 of the prestigious series. Ironman has a long, storied history in GNCC Racing and this year will offer up two opportunities for the venue to create even more history. This will mark the first time a GNCC event has ever been held this early in the year at Ironman Raceway.
The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will make a stop in Indiana for the eighth annual Ironman Pro National on Saturday, Aug.28. Several different ticketing options will be available to purchase at a later date.
Lastly, the Grand National Cross Country Series will make its final stop on its 2021 schedule at the Crawfordsville, Indiana racing facility on Oct. 23-24. This event is one of the most anticipated events of the season and continues to be the highest attended event on the circuit. The Ironman GNCC will also host an array of activities for all ages from tick-or-treating, a costume contest, live music, ePeeWee Racing and much more. This event is also GNCC’s annual Race for the Cure event.