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Harold Leep Classic Rescheduled To July 19th

Harold Leep Classic Rescheduled To July 19th
Harold Leep Classic Rescheduled To July 19th
Harold Leep Classic Rescheduled To July 19th

Harold Leep Classic Rescheduled To July 19th


Caney Kansas (June 26, 2019) - The second night of the 5th Annual Harold Leep Classic presented by Carter-Maxwell that was cancelled due to weather issues last Saturday will now be held on Friday July 19th @ Thunderbird Speedway in Muskogee Oklahoma.
Sheldon Barksdale was the night one winner and is the defending champion of the event.

$2,000 is up for grabs to the winner with main event starters taking in no less than $325. Some extra money for non-qualifiers will be paid out as well as the first 10 cars not making the main event will receive $225. Other cash awards at press time are:

$100 Hard Charger by York Plumbing
$100 Hard Luck by Annette Leesekamp on behalf of the Leep family
$50 to the last car scored at the finish by Jerry Medlin

Thunderbird Speedway is unique in that it is the only half-mile track remaining in the state of Oklahoma. The track first opened as a horse racing facility in 1903 and ran stock cars for the first time in 1955.

The support classes for the event will be B-Mods and Factory Stocks.

Pricing will be as follows:
General Admission $15
Kids 10 & under Free
Pit Pass $35*
*For those early arrivals that purchased a pit pass on Saturday June 22, bring your wristbands from that day for a new wristband.