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loosewheel
Member
posted April 07, 2003 05:41 PM
How many tracks are out there that do not pay everyone in the field?


dean_7585
Member
posted April 07, 2003 06:20 PM
Our track only pays back to 10th and it's only like $20.


jammin james
Member
posted April 07, 2003 06:28 PM
payout to 15th and its only 20 from 10th on


racer17j
Member
posted April 07, 2003 06:52 PM
my class is the lowest at our track pays 90 to win 80,70,60 then on down to 25 for tenth on back. we pay 15 for a pit pass and as long as we run one lap in the main we get 25 if you don't run the main at all tow is 15


redneck racing
Member
posted April 07, 2003 07:59 PM
If we make the main we are guarateed at least $25.00 even if you DNF. Eddie


Eljojo
Member
posted April 07, 2003 08:23 PM
Oh you don't wanna know...5-10th $15 on back dust. Winner recieves a check for a whopping $100


chad01j
Member
posted April 07, 2003 08:32 PM
i guess im lucky out here in california. our track pays 250 to win and 30 to start the a-main. $35 pit pass per night $90 membership at the begining of the year than pit passes are $25. how do you guys afford to race with only 100 to win. i dont expect the track to pay for all my racing, but i shure would like some help.


NYhick
Member
posted April 07, 2003 09:45 PM
Ok, get ready so laugh. 1st=$50 2nd=$30 3rd=$20..... oh yeah, and a huge 18" trophy. Pit pass is $20 so if ya dont win you get the shaft. Our track owner is cheap, weekly attendance is 6000 people..... you do the math...... Fonda speedway in NY.....


justin
Member
posted April 07, 2003 10:48 PM
Our's pays back to 20th, 300 for 1st.

Justin

racer17j
Member
posted April 07, 2003 11:03 PM
chad it all depends on the class the guys that have money in there cars like the imca type stock cars pay 25 at the begining of the year 15 for a pit pass and get 300 to win 50 to start and have up around 10-15000 in a car where on the other hand i would sell everything i own for 2500. people don't beliecve me but last year after i got the car finished i had 50 bucks in my racing check book and it took all year to bring it down to nothing. i started every main so even the ones i didn't finish with the 25 tow money it paid for my pit pass and the fuel in my car and truck


Crazydago12
Member
posted April 07, 2003 11:18 PM
You guys are lucky your not racin at Watsonville Cal. They don,t pay nothing for american stocks plus 30 to get in and a 60.$ license/year lol


Racer0
Member
posted April 08, 2003 08:15 AM
we pay 25 pit pass 350 to win it pays 30 to start the a




eborcim
Member
posted April 08, 2003 02:37 PM
I was told from the superstock rep at the local NASCAR track which is about 10 minutes away that its just a HOBBY, grant it I agree but why do I have to pay $100 per tire(asphalt)that are track spec and only good for maybe 3 races. I was a NASCAR member for quite a few years until I decided enough was enough, not saying there is anything wrong with NASCAR but you'd ought to try running this track, the NASCAR point classes are the PPG modifieds and the SUPERSTOCKS. The mods get paid pretty good but as for the Supers forget it, they cry car count I think a 21 car feild is pretty good, throw in a double main a start from scratch a 10th and 8th place finish(from scatch mind you) and a whopping $56 for my efforts, oh well, run 3 figure 8 races and get $500 not even a NASCAR sanctioned class, guess people like blood. Not knocking figure 8 but i spend alot of money just to turn left and not to have the car or me destroyed in an intersection. So in 2001 I said ##### them and decided to drive about 2 hours away to run dirt low and behold the concessions were lots cheaper the entry for my crew was cheaper, my gas and im still running the same tires lots better for the kid and besides 2001 was the best season ive ever had and the most fun. I have no intensions of going back to that asphalt track, in a nutshell find whats best for you I dont have big money sponsors, but if you have to travel(im not above that) go for it. I just found a cheaper(at least to me) place to race my toy. Eddie


bbchs
Member
posted April 15, 2003 08:59 PM
WOW,I couldn't afford to race at some of the tracks mentioned. I didn't know Arkansas paid that well. At the track we race at, if you run in the top five you can actually make a little money. As long as you don't tear to much up. Street's 400 to win, Hobby 300 to win, stock mini's 200 to win.
http://beebespeedway.com


carboy34h
Member
posted April 16, 2003 09:05 PM
our local track here in iowa pays $350 to win and $110 for 10th place and i think the 24th place gets $50 and a $30 tow fee so we are good over here.


powerglides
Member
posted April 16, 2003 09:33 PM
To paraphrase the BIGGEST promoter in the Northeast. A racecar is like a boat and I am just providing the ponds! With an attitude like that how much do you think he pays at his tracks.


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