Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway will field at least four classes of race cars competing under regulations based on United Midwest Promoters (UMP) rules, KLMS general manager Tommy House has announced. Racing will feature Super Late Model, Pro (Crate) Late Model, Modified and Street Stock on regular Saturday night programs.
"If you have a car that you were able to race at Paducah, you will be able to race it here," said House, who added KLMS intends to be a user-friendly venue for racers who have been competing at area tracks such as Paducah International Raceway.
Other classes that may compete on a regular or infrequent basis are still under consideration, House said.
No opening date has been announced, House said, because of the impact of inclement weather on work to make renovations and repairs to the track and its infrastructure after some five years of limited or no activity. The intention is to race on a weekly basis beginning in March and lasting through October.
One special event has been scheduled, with a target date of the last weekend in March. The NDRL Bluegrass Nationals is the third points race on the National Dirt Racing League's "Kings of Dirt" 2014 calendar.
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