It's gonna be an all-American celebration this Friday night at 67 Speedway to kick off the Fourth of July weekend.

An exciting night of racing action and thrills at 67 Speedway home to the American Sprint Car Series featuring four classes of races, crate late models, limited modifieds, factory stock, and four-wheel drives 4 cylinders. Bring the entire family out for a super night of fun at the fastest little oval dirt track in the South. If you haven't been to 67 Speedway lately, you have to see their facilities. And 67 Speedway is saluting America with a fireworks show following the races. So, wear your red, white, and blue and help come celebrate our flag, freedom, liberty, and justice for all.

Limited Modified - These cars are considered to be the most sophisticated cars in dirt racing. They hit speeds well over 100 mph and slide around the dirt corners

Factory Stock - Any Chrysler, Ford, or GM car that was or is mass-produced for the United. States auto market.

Crate Late Models - These Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt racecars are on the cutting edge of technology in construction and are powered by 800 horsepower V-8 engines based on the Chevy, Ford, and Mopar power plants.

Tickets are $15 for General Admission or $30 for Pit Passes. 67 Speedway also offers senior and military discounts. Plus, kids who are 5 years old and younger get in for free.

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