37th Annual Earl Hill Memorial Up Next at America's Baddest Bullring


Tyler County Speedway

37th Annual Earl Hill Memorial Up Next at America's Baddest Bullring

Start Times Pushed Back an Hour

Middlebourne, WV - This Saturday, June 22nd, racing fans are in for a spectacular evening as Tyler County Speedway hosts the 37th Annual Earl Hill Memorial, presented by Middletown Homes. The event is part of the 50th Mid-Summer Classic, celebrating the speedway's rich legacy with Twin 50's Late Model action. With $5,080 on the line for the Earl Hill Memorial winner and $3,000 up for grabs in the Steel Block Late Model Tour, the night promises to be a highlight of the season.

The Earl Hill Memorial has a storied history, attracting some of the biggest names in dirt track racing. Past winners read like a who's who of racing legends and rising stars, including Frank Wilson, Bob Adams, Jr., Mike Benedum, Tim Dohm and the multi-time champion Butch McGill. More recent victors like Jonathan Davenport, Brandon Overton, Jacob Hawkins, and Tyler Carpenter have also left their mark on this revered event. The competition is fierce, and the stakes are high, as drivers aim to etch their names into the annals of Tyler County Speedway history.

Adding to the night's excitement is the Steel Block Late Model Tour, making its second appearance of the season with a $3,000 prize for the winner. Fans will also be treated to regular racing action in the Jenkins Auto Parts UMP Modifieds, Middlebourne Galaxy Food Center Sportmods, Sigler Fabrication Hotmods, SCDRA 4 Cylinders, and the Pathway Real Estate Professional Mini Wedges.

The gates of America's Baddest Bullring will open at 4pm, welcoming fans to an unforgettable night of high-octane racing. The Mini Wedges will kick off the action at 6:30pm, followed by Hotlaps and Qualifying at 7:30pm.

As we celebrate the legacy of Earl Hill for the 37th time, it’ll be a fond reminder as we pay homage to the driver of the red #80, a man who left an indelible impact on the sport. The event stands as a tribute to his contributions and a celebration of the competitive spirit he embodied through his illustrious career at the Tyler County Speedway.

Tickets for this event are available now. General admission is priced at $20, with children 10 and under admitted free, making it a family-friendly outing. Pit passes are $40, with free entry for kids 5 and under. Tickets can be purchased online at www.tylercountyspeedwayonline.com or at the gate on race day.

About Your Race Night Sponsor Middletown Homes - Opened in 1986, Middletown Homes is West Virginia's leading factory-built home builder. With 4 sales locations throughout North Central West Virginia and over 40 model homes to tour, families can visualize their dream home while experiencing real customer service through a locally owned and operated home builder. Join the community of over 5,000 satisfied Middletown customers! Built on Service. Built on Trust. That’s been the core of our business since 1986. Be sure to visit them online at www.middletownhomeswv.com.

Join us at Tyler County Speedway this Saturday as we honor a legend and witness the fierce competition of the 37th Annual Earl Hill Memorial. It's a night you won't want to miss, filled with fast cars, regions best racers, and fast family fun at America’s Baddest Bullring!

See you at the races!

Submitted By: Dan Patterson

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