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Reserved Seating and Camping Update

Fairbury Speedway has made the decision to extend the deadline date for renewals of seating and camping reservations until Sunday, April 12th at 5:00 p.m.  We will reopen the ticketing system to the general public on Monday, April 20th at 10:00 a.m. for all five major events on the FALS schedule in 2020.

We want to assure the fans that in the event a race is canceled, you will receive a complete refund or be allowed to use the value of your tickets for credit in 2021.  That simple…

Fans can renew their cart online at www.fairburyspeedway.com. Once you get into the website, click on the “tickets” link at the top, enter your account information, and your cart will be ready to process.  You will be able to drop anything you don’t want to renew for 2020.  Remember, once you drop tickets or camping and update your cart, the tickets cannot be added back to your account.  NO new tickets or camping can be added/purchased at this time; only renewals will be able to be processed.  Once the deadline is over, all tickets and camping left in unattended accounts will go back into the general population.

We will continue to entertain requests to transfer reserved tickets that were purchased online in 2019 into alternate accounts to be processed.  NOTE: If fans want to move a portion of their accounts, they will need to notify us BEFORE they process or drop any seats/camping.  Once you process your cart, the transaction is final and we will not be able to move tickets into alternate accounts.  You will need to setup a new account before any transfers can be done. Requests can be emailed to falstickets@gmail.com.  

We would like to take this moment to say THANKS to all our fans, drivers, and sponsors for all their support of the Fairbury Speedway during this difficult time in our society.  We would also like to thank all the people that are on the front lines of this global pandemic.  Finally, we are so fortunate for all the people that are supporting our local businesses.  They are so important to the town of Fairbury.

In closing, rise up, do your part as a citizen of the United States!  Stay motivated, help others in need, we will get through this… and when we do, watch out!  Because there is no better sound that comes from our track announcer Mike Norris than “it’s time for the 800 horsepower, fire- breathing, mudslinging, grounds-pounding cars and stars of the Fairbury Speedway.”

Take care, be safe, and God Bless.

Matt Curl – Owner & Promoter #FALS


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