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Author Topic:   payout at your tracks?
roger rabbit
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posted May 24, 2003 05:36 AM
im from mich. our local tracks dont pay much $50. to start 300 to win looking for input from others thanks.


jdj9410
Member
posted May 24, 2003 08:25 AM
went to Amarillo last week, they pay 15 for starting and 400 to win. On a track so dry and dusty couldn't see the air cleaner in front of you. Several cars torn up including mine. 3 or 4 totaled. Won't go back.


MOD75D
Member
posted May 24, 2003 09:22 AM
NW PA, 500 to win, 100 for 10th, 50 to start. 355, 2 bbl, flat top, steel head, no roller cams, no bert/brinn. 40 cars a week.


roger rabbit
Member
posted May 26, 2003 06:14 AM
thanks for replies. rog.


4b316
Member
posted May 26, 2003 07:42 AM
We race a light truck class at adirondack(asph)stock truck except for a header and EFI or holley 350.Pays $150 to win and $25 to take green.My sponser gave me my 94 ranger(totaled)2 years ago, put rings and bearings in it and ran it since.Won 6 times and we put 2 gals. of fuel in it a week and thats about it for total cost.


demonalchohol
Member
posted May 29, 2003 12:42 PM
batesville,ar 600.00 to win 50.00 to start


Racer14K
Member
posted May 29, 2003 03:28 PM
I-55 Raceway in Pevely,Mo.
$600 win
$50 start www.i55raceway.com


Monster
Member
posted May 30, 2003 07:46 AM
If you want to have a good laugh(or get really depressed), take the total cost of a typical winning car, and divide that figure by the winner's payout. That will give you the total number of shows you will have to WIN to recoup your investment, NOT COUNTING UPKEEP! The lower the number, the better. Every year, this figure creeps upward, and the car count decreases. Purses have not increased very much at all for the last 15 years or longer. For what it's worth,this figure tends to be a lot lower for a drag car, at least at my local tracks. Hhhhmmm.


race crazi
Member
posted May 30, 2003 09:14 AM
bloomington speedway (IN) $450 to win - $30 to start, 35 to 40 cars


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