BELLEVILLE, Ill. — The 2019 schedule has been set for the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro League, featuring 27 events.
The POWRi micros will tackle three new venues throughout 2019, the first coming at the opening night of the sixth annual Turnpike Challenge. Featured alongside the POWRi Lucas Oil National and West Midget Leagues, the POWRi micros will head to Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Okla., on Thursday, March 21 to kick off four nights of racing for the Turnpike Challenge.
Following the opening night at Creek County Speedway, the League will travel to Oklahoma City for a Friday and Saturday night doubleheader at I-44 Riverside Speedway. Sunday, the League will head to Port City Raceway in Tulsa to round out the weekend.
In addition to opening the season in the great state of Oklahoma for the Turnpike Challenge, the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro League will complete 2019 in Oklahoma at Creek County Speedway for the two-day Fall Fling Oct. 25-26.
Another new venue for the POWRi micros, the League will invade Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex in Sweet Springs, Mo., a total of three times in 2019, with the first being the doubleheader Show Me Nationals May 24-25. The third will follow the third annual Thunder in the Valley two-day show at Valley Speedway on July 14.
The third Annual Southern Illinois Shootout Weekend with take place MAY 17-18, opening at Belle-Clair Speedway before heading to Southern Illinois Raceway. The third act of the Southern Illinois Shootout will take place at Southern Illinois Raceway on Oct. 12, following the Meents Memorial at Belle-Clair Speedway on Friday night.
Following a two-week break on the tail end of the Show Me Nationals, the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro League will take to the big scene for the eighth annual Illinois Speed Week, hosting five consecutive nights of racing.
Racing alongside the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League the entire week, Belle-Clair Speedway will anchor POWRi Illinois Speed Week on Wednesday, June 12 as the opening act. The League will then head to Fayette County Speedway for night two on June 13 and then to Jacksonville Speedway on June 14 before Macon Speedway on June 15. POWRi Illinois SPEED Week will conclude June 16 at Lincoln Speedway.
Other highlights of the 2019 season include a trio of standalone events beginning with the Knepper Memorial on April 26, the Camfield Memorial on Aug. 17, and the Herb Barlow Memorial on Friday, Sept. 6.
POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Schedule
March 21 Creek County Speedway Sapulpa, Okla.
March 22-23 I-44 Speedway Oklahoma City
March 24 Port City Raceway Tulsa, Okla.
April 26 Belle-Clair Speedway Belleville, Ill.
May 10 Belle-Clair Speedway Belleville, Ill.
May 11 Macon Speedway Macon, Ill.
May 17 Belle-Clair Speedway Belleville, Ill.
May 18 Southern Illinois Raceway Marion, Ill.
May 24-25 Sweet Springs Motorsports ComplexSweet Springs, Mo.
June 12 Belle-Clair Speedway Belleville, Ill.
June 13 Fayette County Speedway Brownstown, Ill.
June 14 Jacksonville SpeedwayJacksonville, Ill.
June 15 Macon Speedway Macon, Ill.
June 16 Lincoln Speedway Lincoln, Ill.
July 12-13 Valley Speedway Grain Valley, Mo.
July 14 Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex Sweet Springs, Mo.
Aug 17 Macon Speedway Macon, Ill.
Sept 6 Jacksonville SpeedwayJacksonville, Ill.
Sept 13 Belle-Clair Speedway Belleville, Ill.
Sept 14 Macon Speedway Macon, Ill.
Oct 11 Belle-Clair Speedway Belleville, Ill.
Oct 12 Southern Illinois Raceway Marion, Ill.
Oct 25-26 Creek County Speedway Sapulpa, Okla.