Big O Speedway Sanctions Four USRA Classes


ENNIS, Texas – The Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series will be a Saturday night fixture in next year at the Big O Speedway in Ennis, Texas.

Racers in the USRA Modified, USRA Factory Stock, USRA Limited Mod and USRA Tuner divisions will compete for a stout national points fund as part of the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series, plus lucrative regional and track points funds and strong offering of contingency awards.

Competitors at the Big O Speedway will earn points in the MSD Performance Southern Region presented by MVT.

Opening in 1985 as 85 Speedway, the popular quarter-mile semi-banked clay oval got a name change when Bridget Moon acquired the facility in 2018 from Roger Archer who operated it for the previous 21 seasons.

After many improvements to the 5,000-seat venue, the new and improved Big O Speedway opened during the final weekend of May in 2018 with a full schedule in 2019 to follow.

Now a member of the USRA family, the Big O Speedway will host an open practice at 12 noon this Saturday, Dec. 28 (weather permitting). The racing season is slated to kick off Feb. 22.