The races for tonight have been cancelled due to rain. Join us next Saturday for the Earl J. Hubert Memorial paying $2,000 to win for the Street Stocks.
Fairbury American Legion Speedway officials are excited to announce the details for the one-of-a-kind #FALS Draw Showdown as part of the 26th annual Prairie Dirt Classic weekend racing festivities scheduled for July 24-25.
This unique, exciting race will draw together some of the best local, state and national drivers to compete for a $5,000 top prize during the World of Outlaws Late Model Series-sanctioned Prairie Dirt Classic qualifying night program on Fri., July 24.
Fresh off earning back-to-back DirtonDirt.com National Race of the Year honors with the Prairie Dirt Classic, FALS officials enlisted a panel of national dirt-track advisors to add a special race to the huge weekend that is sure to excite the fans and test the drivers.
Drivers entering the two-day, $26,000-to-win Prairie Dirt Classic will have several ways to qualify into the 18-car #FALS Draw Showdown field. The most direct will be by winning one of Friday night’s six heat races.
The time is here! Hot off the press is one of the most anticipated things to come from the Fairbury American Legion Speedway. For the past hand full of years, Jim Whittington has been in the process of putting together the history of the track we all love, "FALS". This 9 1/2" x 13" book features statistics and results from 1922 through 2014. With 230 pages and nearly 200 pictures, this book is a must have for all FALS fans!
You can purchase your copy of the book through Jim at the speedway for $28.00 any night throughout the year. We also have a new store link on the website under the Fan section in which you can purchase the book using PayPal or credit card and have it mailed to you.
In an effort to help teams race at both facilities, Farmer City Raceway in conjunction with Fairbury American Legion Speedway are proud to announce a newly created Combined Point Fund Alliance in 2015...
Fairbury Speedway officials are proud to announce the addition of the Mullins Race Engines Shootout Non-Qualifiers Feature as part of the September 5th Casey's Modified Nationals Weekend. Chad Mullins of Mullins Race Engines and FALS officials have put together a $4,000 purse to make what is already one of the biggest Modified weekends in Illinois history even bigger. The $500 to win, $100 to start Shootout race will allow 20 additional drivers a chance to race a feature event which will be 20 laps in distance. The Shootout feature will award full UMP points for the race, but will not count as feature points for the American Modified Series standings.
With the addition of the Mullins Race Engines Shootout, over $33,000 in purse money will be up for grabs on the Labor Day Weekend American Modified Series event. The $10,000 to win, 50-lap A-Main will highlight some of the nation’s best Modified drivers. No entry fee will be required for the Nationals and all A-Main drivers will be introduced to the FALS fans before the feature event. Specific details, including full payouts of this FALS/AMS Casey's Modified Nationals are available on the website under the "driver info" tab.