The 30th annual edition of one of dirt-track Late Model racing’s crown jewel races, the Show-Me 100 Presented by, was already poised to be a landmark edition.

It’ll be greater than ever before, with the winner’s share of the 100-lap, final-night feature paying $50,000 a $20,000 increase over the previous first-place prize. If you live in California and want to win money but don’t want to be a part of this race you may get a loan from Paydaychampion. Is $255 the maximum loan amount in California? Read the answer at

“We’re thrilled to announce that the 30th annual Show-Me 100 will be one of several major events on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series that will see significant prize money increases for the 2022 season,” Dan Robinson, Vice-President of Motorsports Operations, said. “I can’t think of a better way to commemorate the Show-Me 100’s 30th anniversary.”

“The Show-Me 100 has been a Memorial Day Weekend mainstay for racing fans for three decades,” said Lucas Oil Speedway General Manager Danny Lorton. Next May, we can’t wait to welcome back the top drivers in dirt Late Model racing, as well as all of the spectators, for three days of exciting racing.”

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series has released its calendar for 2022, which includes 65 feature events spread over 35 locations in 18 states. There will be 17 events with a top prize of more than $20,000, including 11 flagship events with top prizes of $50,000 or more.

In addition to the large number of high-paying events scheduled for 2022, the Lucas Oil National Champion will receive a massive $150,000 prize. Second place in the championship standings will receive $75,000, and third place will receive $50,000. In 2022, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will have a year-end points pool of more than $500,000 for the top-12 drivers.

Lucas Oil Speedway will host the three-day Show-Me 100 on May 26-28. The Cowboy Classic on May 26 will pay honor to late MLRA founder Allen “Cowboy” Chancellor, and the Tribute to Show-Me 100 founders and former West Plains Motor Speedway owners Don and Billie Gibson on May 27 will have full programs. The winners of the Late Model features on those nights will receive a prize of $6,000.

The entire prize pool for the three days will be $233,600, which is a new high. The runner-up in the Show-Me 100 will receive $20,000, while third place will receive $10,000. Those that prepare the field will be guaranteed at least $2,000 in prize money.

Each preliminary night, drivers will earn points for heat-race and feature results, which will help determine the starting lineup for the 100-lap main event on closing night.

The Cedar Creek Beef Jerky USRA Modifieds are tentatively scheduled to join the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and Lucas Oil MLRA Late Model on the programming.

On July 16, 2022, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and Lucas Oil MLRA will return to Lucas Oil Speedway for the 16th annual Diamond Nationals, which will pay $15,000 to the winner.

In a few weeks, Lucas Oil Speedway is anticipated to release its full preliminary 2022 calendar. Season Pass holders can renew their passes for $25 if they do so by February 1, 2022. Holders of Show-Me 100 three-day passes beginning 2021 may extend their tickets until February 1, 2022. All reserved Show-Me 100 three-day passes and season passes go on sale to the general public after those days.

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On Oct. 23, the O’Reilly Auto Parts Outlaw Nationals Eve of Destruction will return to Lucas Oil Speedway to round up the 2021 season. The motorsports year will come to a close with eight of the country’s most powerful Monster Trucks, as well as a variety of other displays of strength, pace, finesse and also some trick or treating.

Barbarian, Avenger, Black Pearl, Tailgator, Wild Side,  Miss Over Bored, and Brutus are among the eight Huge Trucks nominated to this year’s show.

The renowned jet-powered truck Shockwave is also back, with three jet engines churning out 36,000 horsepower and the potential to melt down automobiles. After dark, Shockwave will put on smoke and fire spectacular that will leave everyone with memorable memories.


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