(Battle Creek, MI) The Midwest Compact Touring Series presented by Rev X Oil officials have already been working on the 2021 racing schedule with multiple specials already being planned. The 2020 race season has been delayed by the covid-19 virus that has shuttered the world. The Midwest Compact Touring Series have agreed to a lease agreement for the Kalamazoo Speedway on April 9th and 10th, 2021 for the largest compact event in the nation. This event will include a $10,000 to win Midwest Compact Touring Series feature and $10,000 to win Midwest Enduro race.
The event will kick off with practice, qualifying, and qualifying races on Friday, April 9th, 2021 for the Midwest Compact Touring Series. There will be a to be announced support division to race with the Midwest Compact Touring Series on Friday night. Then on Saturday, April 10th, 2021 will feature the B, C, and D mains trying to qualify for the $10,000 to win World Series of Compacts 100 Lap A Feature. The total purse and payoff structure will be announced at the 2020 PRI show in Indianapolis.
Following the 100 lap World Series of Compacts $10,000 to win race on Saturday will be the Twisted Metal 200 lap Midwest Enduro Series event. This event will feature up to 200 cars racing for the $10,000 to win enduro. It’s expected drivers from all over the country will run the 200 event, in a chase of the biggest enduro in years in the state of Michigan. The event will have a $100 entry fee for both the Midwest Enduro Race and Midwest Compact Touring Series events.
“This will be the largest compact event ever held in the world allowing a driver to possibly double up winning $20,000 in the same weekend,” stated, Andy Jach, Series Owner. “We are expecting this to become a successful and annual event for the little guys to be there Daytona 500 weekend.”
World Series of Compacts Winners:
2014 Kyle Stark
2015 Phil Malouf
2016 Mother Nature
2017 Josh Brown*
2018 Pete Doxey
2019 Todd Metz, Jr.
*Highland Rim Speedway with rest of the events being at the Kalamazoo Speedway
The Midwest Compact Touring Series 2020 season is currently on hold with the covid-19 restrictions placed on group gatherings. We are currently working with local track promoters and health officials to get the 2020 season back on track. Please visit our website at www.midwestcompacts.com for all the update information on the 2020 season and 2021 plans.