Reserved Seating On Sale Now

Reserved seats for the FALS Frenzy, Summer Nationals, Prairie Dirt Classic, Modified Nationals, and the FALS Classic are on sale now. Visit the ticket site to reserve your seats.

2O17 Payouts Released

Race payouts for the 2017 season have been added under the "Driver Info" section of the site.

Driver Registration

We are using a new system called MyRacePass for lineups this season. In order to speed up the registration process, we ask that all drivers who plan to race at FALS this season enter their registration information online through MyRacePass so you are in the system. Thank you. -- Register Driver

October Classic Ready to Roll into Fairbury

mowaPOWRi and Fairbury American Legion Speedway officials are pleased to release the dates for the inaugural Sprint Mania’s FALS Classic on Friday, October 6th and Saturday, October 7th.  In what will feature some of the best action-packed racing for wing and non-wing sprint cars, the famed quarter mile bullring known as FALS will come to life in October for the first time in speedway history. 

The weekend will be dual highlighted by the 410 winged sprints which will be sanctioned by MOWA and IRA, while the 410 non-wing sprint cars will be sanctioned by the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint Car Series and the Wisconsin WingLESS Series.  Open Wheel Modifieds will be in action both nights, making three outstanding classes for this inaugural event. 

"It has been a vision of ours to build a fun, exciting weekend of racing in the fall once all of our fairground improvements were finished,” stated Matt Curl, Promoter of Fairbury American Legion Speedway.  “The excitement becomes a reality this year when we get a chance to see 410 winged and 410 non-winged sprints in the same venue for a weekend.  The opportunity to work with Kenny Brown and Jason McCord at POWRi, along with Steve Sinclair from the IRA series, and Kenny Dobson from the MOWA series, will ensure this event is very successful and around for many years to come."

410-non-wingFriday, October 6th will pay $2,000-to-win for both sprint car divisions, while Saturday, October 7th will feature $4,000-to-win sprint car main events.  Complete payouts and further event information for the inaugural Sprint Mania’s FALS Classic will be released when available. 

“POWRi is very excited to work with Matt Curl, Leroy Rodriguez, and the entire Fairbury American Legion Speedway staff to create what will turn into a staple event in sprint car racing,” stated Jason McCord, POWRi Director of Competition.  “This new event will be a weekend that all sprint and race fans will want to circle on their calendar.  Matt and the entire fair board staff care about what the fans want and always make sure the track is in great condition to put on an exciting show.  This is going to be a lot of fun for everyone.”

For further information about Sprint Mania, visit www.powri.com, “Like” POWRi on Facebook and follow @POWRi_Racing on Twitter.

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$3O,OOO to win 28th Annual Prairie Dirt Classic Sets Stage for Fairbury Speedway’s 2O17 Race Season

pdcWhen Fairbury Speedway embarks on its 72nd season of weekly dirt track racing, all eyes will be on the small Central Illinois town which will host one of America’s top Dirt Late Model races in the summer of 2017. The history of FALS will continue with the $30,000 to win Prairie Dirt Classic presented by the Bank of Pontiac, and will be sanctioned with the World of Outlaws Craftsman Dirt Late Model Series on the weekend of July 28th & 29th. Winning DirtonDirt.com's National Race of the Year honors three out of the last four years, this 100-lap main event never disappoints fans. In addition to the PDC weekend festivities, Fairbury Speedway officials are excited to announce the continuance of the #FALS Draw, a $5,000 to win PDC Showdown feature during Friday night’s racing action. With all the specific details of the Prairie Dirt Classic weekend to be announced at a later date, a driver entering the Prairie Dirt Classic weekend has a chance to take home a FALS record of $35,000 straight to the bank.