Open Wheel Nationals Set For Park Jefferson Int’l Speedway (SD)

Front Row Challenge Enterprises is scheduled to bring racing to Park Jefferson International Speedway (North Sioux City, SD) on April 25, where fans will be able to see winged 410 sprint cars and IMCA Mods at the Open Wheel Nationals presented by Real-Geese Silhouette.

The promoter notes that event officials will ensure the race follows the latest South Dakota mandates in regard to COVID-19.

“With everything sitting idle and much of the world in a day-to-day phase, we are excited to bring a little bit of normalcy back to the racing world,” Front Row Challenge Enterprises' Terry McCarl said. “While it won’t quite be a normal race day, we have been watching South Dakota’s guidelines to ensure we are in line with their mandates and we are extremely excited about racing on April 25.”

In an effort to practice social distancing, both classes will be limited to just 32 cars per class with a $50 pre-entry fee to ensure a spot, as well as a transponder. Those that want to register can do so at

Those admitted in the pits will also be limited as no walk-up patrons will be allowed. Each team will be allotted just 10 people total to sign in under their car number. Pit crew members will not be allowed in the grandstands.

The main grandstands will be open to the public in a limited quantity with tickets available for $25. The race will also be streamed LIVE on SpeedShiftTV.

Track officials ask that those that are high risk, and those that are feeling under the weather, stay home on race day.

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