AVON, Ind. (March 12, 2020) – The inaugural Nebraska Dirt Crown Spring Tour is shaping up to be a spectacle.

IMCA Modifieds, Sport Mods and Stock Cars will duke it out for a stout payout, bonuses and a points fund during a four-day event spread over four ovals in ‘The Cornhusker State.’

The action kicks off March 26 at U.S. 30 Speedway in Columbus before shifting to I-80 Speedway in Greenwood the ensuing night. Beatrice Speedway in Beatrice hosts Round 3 on March 28 and the finale is the next night at Thayer County Speedway in Deshler.

Speed Shift TV will showcase a live video stream each race night under the VIP subscription. A VIP subscription provides access to a large number of races each month for a low price of only $40 per month. The subscription encompasses nearly all live broadcasts as well as all On-Demand content. Most races offer single-day passes as well.

The Nebraska Dirt Crown Spring Tour pays $2,500 to win the IMCA Modifieds main event each night and the points fund is $2,500. Sport Mods will compete for $2,000 each night and a $2,000 points fund. The nightly winner’s share and overall points fund for Stock Cars is $1,500.

Additionally, IMCA Hobby Stocks will battle for $750 to win at I-80 Speedway and at Beatrice Speedway.

Contingency awards are also available to the more than 80 current drivers signed up.

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