Remaining events for 2015

Saturday, October 10th the McCarthy Auto Group "Show Me Spectacular" Open Wheel Nationals featuring USRA Modifieds points $2,000 to win $150 to start, USRA B Mods points $1,000 to win $750 to start, E Mods points $500 to win $50 to start, Non-Wing Sprints $1,200 to win $125 to start, and Midwest Lightning Sprints $1,000 to win $100 to start.  Pits Open at 2:00, Grandstands Open at 3:00, Drivers Meeting at 5:30, Hot Laps 6:00, Racing at 7:00 P.M..  Adults $20, Seniors (62 and over) $16, Children 7-12 $6, Kids age 6 and under FREE, Pit Passes $40.

Saturday, October 24th McCarthy Auto Group "Championship Night".  Adults $12, Seniors $10, Children 7-12 $6, Kids under age 7 Free, Pit Passes $30, Suite Adults $18.  Gates open 4:30, Hot Laps 6:15, Races start at 7:00 P.M.

I-35 SPEEDWAY AWARDS BANQUET at the Cameron Community Center, November 14, 2015. Get your Tickets - on sale NOW $25. See Kyle at the front ticket office. Drivers, Crews, Fans, Sponsors are all welcome for a great night of celebrating our 2015 race season. Dinner, Awards, DJ, Prizes, Silent Auction! For those who have items to contribute for any give away's or auction items give Kyle Johnson a heads up. This will be a grand night of fun and opportunity to congratulate all of our drivers for their entertainment and accomplishments along with all those who support them. JOIN US!

I-35 Speedway is located at exit 64 off Interstate 35 just north of Cameron, Missouri. Every Saturday night at I-35 Speedway, where you get the most dirt track racing for your money, "Racing At It's Best"!

TrackSide Bar & Grill opens at 3:00 p.m. on race day.  Our goal at I-35 Speedway each week is for everyone to have a great night of fun!  For more information send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Thank You!

Click here to DOWNLOAD 2015 Show-Me Spectacular Registration Form

  The 6th Annual McCarthy Auto Group Show Me Spectacular will be held at I-35 Speedway, Saturday, October 10, 2015.  This year the event will be an always exciting open wheel event with the USRA A Mods, USRA B Mods, the E Mods, the Midwest Outlaw Lightning Sprints, and the Non Wing Sprint Cars in competition.  For the USRA A Mods this will be a $2,000 to win $150 to start race.  The USRA B Mods will compete for $1,000 to win and $75 to start.  The E Mods purse will be $500 to win and $50 to start.  The Midwest Outlaw Lightning Sprints will compete for $1,000 to win and $100 to start.  The Non Wing Sprints will pay $1,200 for first and $125 to start.  This will be a USRA point race for the USRA classes.

This late season race continues to grow each and every year and can be attributed to the I-35 Speedway sponsors, owners Mike and Kyle Johnson, and our title sponsor McCarthy Auto Group.  Pre-registration forms are available at the racetrack, on our website, or via email by sending a registration request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Pre-registration must be received on or before October 3, 2015 and will include a pit pass for the driver.  Registrations after this date do not include a driver pit pass.

Make your plans now to attend these always action packed, always thrilling, always fun races.  I-35 Speedway is a 3/8 miles dirt track located at exit 64 off interstate 35.

Robbie Reed #5 Modified Wins Winners Circle Awards Night at I-35 Speedway


E-Modified would charge to the fast, smooth three eights mile of dirt known as I-35 Speedway and set the pace for the night of great racing action. Heat race winner Austin Bouzek #14 would take the lead early as the racing raged behind the leader. Bouzek would see his lead disappear as Corey Myers #15 would charge past on the outside and claim the lead until a broken left front a arm would break taking him from the race and win contention. As the green would fly again on the track Bouzek would again take the lead, this time hold on for the remainder of the feature and on to the win.  Other heat race winner John Brown #36J would challenge late only to fall short and finish second.  Other heat race winner Daniel Harris #319 would have yet another solid run placing third with Jon Boller Jr #20x fourth.  Rookie of the year contender Jacob Blair #81 would finish a consistent fifth.