3rd Annual Performance Electronics Prelude to the Sprague This Weekend!

Coming into its 3rd year, the Performance Electronics Prelude to the Sprague is set to be another premier race in the non-wing community. With the winner’s share set at $1000 to win and $100 to start and boasting an impressive $5000 purse, this year looks to be no different than the previous two!

In 2019, it was Matt Veatch who bested a field of 39 entries. Veatch would start 3rd on the race and march his way to the front quickly as the battles ensued behind him. Since retired Brian Jones would pick up an impressive 16 spots on his way to a 2nd place run. Jaxon Bishop, Tyler Rust, and Jake Palmisano rounded out the top 5,

The 2020 Prelude to the Sprague was a bit delayed but kicked off in early August. 37 entries clocked in for the 2nd running of the Prelude. Aiden Purdue would outlast Tyler Rust to take the win in the 2020 Prelude. Following Purdue and Rust to the line were Daniel Robinson, up 2 spots, Alex Burgener and Brandon Rose, up 3 spots.

After wins from Veatch at SIR and Purdue last weekend at Wayne County Speedway, could these 2 be set up for a battle of Prelude champs? Daniel Robinson was on the hunt a couple weeks ago at SIR as well!

In addition to the Prairie Farms Non-Wing outlaws, all other classes will be racing!

Braden Pfeiffer picked up the last Restrictor win on June 26th followed by Jaxton Wiggs and Billy Lieb. Cale Goodwin grabbed his first win of the year at SIR in the Winged Outlaw class, followed to the line by Jake Palmisano and Devin Feger. Wiggs would go on to pick up 6 spots and the Sportsman feature win followed by Hunter Pruitt and Cale Coons. JJ Williams was the class of the Jr Sprint field as he dominated in a win. Eli Holden and Jace Cooksey followed Williams to the line in 2nd and 3rd. Dustin Ledbetter went on to be the 3rd different winner in the Mod Lite division as he best Matt Filkins and Cameron Stewart! In the Dwarf division Jeff Billingsley took the dub followed by Domenick Hutchinson and Chris Maier.

This weekend will also feature the normal guaranteed $500 to win and $50 to start Wing Outlaw payout that SIR features on an off POWRi weekend!

In your best Billy Mays voice….BUT WAIT…THERE’S MORE….

We will also make up features from May 15th for Wing, Sportsman and JR!

With an action-packed night set to kick off, here what a schedule of events will look like:

3pm- Gates open

4-5:30pm – Pill Draw

5:45pm – Driver’s meeting

6pm – Hotlaps

7pm – Racing

  • 5/15 Jr A Main
  • 5/15 Sportsman A Main
  • 5/15 Wing A Main
  • Restrictor Heats
  • Non Wing Heats
  • Sportsman Heats
  • Jr Heats
  • Mod-Lite Heats
  • Dwarf Heats
  • Wing Heats
  • B Mains (If Necessary)
  • Restrictor A Main
  • Wing A Main
  • Sportsman A Main
  • Jr A Main
  • Mod-Lite A Main
  • Dwarf A Main
  • Non Wing A Main

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