WAYNESFIELD, Ohio – Officials from the MPD Racing Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series have released a handful of small changes to the series schedule for this year.
The pair of events at Skyline Speedway on April 10 and July 17 have been removed from the schedule after contract issues arose between the property owner and the prospective track promoter.
The Saturday, May 1 event, originally scheduled for Fremont Speedway, has also been removed from the schedule. Three other events at Fremont remain on as scheduled.
Other changes will see the Saturday, June 5 date at Twin Cities Raceway Park backed up one week to Saturday, June 12. Finally, the previously to-be-announced date for Saturday, Aug. 28 has been filled with an event at Twin Cities Raceway Park.
The new standard purse for BOSS events will pay $2,000 and $300 to start. There are no membership fees or entry fees for BOSS sprint car events.
With help from MPD Racing, All Star Performance and Hoosier Racing Tire Midwest, the BOSS tour champion will take home $5,000 of a $22,500 point fund that will spread across the top 15 in the final standings.
Drivers must compete in 75 percent of completed events to be eligible for the fund. As is tradition, there will be one “drop” for teams to throw out their worst night.
The “tow bonus” is still in effect for full-time teams and will guarantee a minimum $350 to start or $150 if a full-time team misses the main event.
Adjusted 2021 Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series Schedule
March 27 – Waynesfield Raceway Park – Waynesfield, Ohio
April 17 – Plymouth Speedway – Plymouth, Ind.
May 7 – I-96 Speedway – Lake Odessa, Mich.
June 12 – Twin Cities Raceway Park – North Vernon, Ind.
July 2 – Ohio Valley Speedway – Washington, W.Va.
Aug. 14 – Fremont Speedway – Fremont, Ohio
Sept. 5 – Waynesfield Raceway Park – Waynesfield, Ohio
Oct. 8 – I-96 Speedway – Lake Odessa, Mich.
Oct. 9 – I-96 Speedway – Lake Odessa, Mich.