Kids’ Admitted FREE, Candy Scramble on the Track Friday at MIS

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Load up your car, van, or truck and come out to Madison International Speedway this Friday night for exciting racing action that is all part of Kids’ Night. All kids eleven and under will be admitted free and will have the opportunity to take part in the giant candy scramble at intermission. There will also be special promotions from the Quest Industrial Kids’ Club plus the children can enjoy the new Sue McKarns Playground.

Racing action will take place in the Whelen All American NASCAR Late Models, Dave’s White Rock Sportsman, Pellitteri Waste Systems Bandits plus the visiting Legends and Bandoleros. This will be the second weekly event for the Late Models and Sportsman while the Bandits make their season debut and the Legends and Bandoleros make their first of three visits to the “Ring of Fire.”

Multi-time track champion Jeremy Miller picked up the win in the season opener for the Late Models on May 26th in a race that featured a talented field of drivers who’ve earned ten track championships and nearly 70 feature wins in the division at Madison. Defending champion Robert Hansberry Jr. took home the checkered flag in the Sportsman season opener. The Bandits are ready to get on track for the first time this season with a very competitive group of drivers expected. Karter Stark leads the field of Bandoleros after becoming the youngest feature winner ever at Madison last year. A new all-time feature winner at Madison may emerge in the Legends as Max McNamara and Aaron Moyer each have twenty-one wins at Madison.

Grandstands open at 6:00 with qualifying at 6:15 and racing at 7:30. Adult admission is just $12.00 / $10.00 for Seniors and Whelen Heroes / $8.00 for students ages 12-17. A family ticket is $30.00 and that includes two adults and up to four students. For more information check out our website at