BELLEVILLE, Ill. — The Second Annual ILLIANA Showdown revisits the Land of Lincoln on May 7 at Macon Speedway with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League.
The POWRi 600cc Outlaw Micro League presented by Engler Machine and Tool and Bailey Chassis will also be competing.
Reigning Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League champion Bryant Weideman holds a slight points advantage over Cannon McIntosh as competitors travel to the Macon Speedway for the first of several visits this season.
Also on the racing agenda will be the Pro Late Model, Modified, and Hornets for the evening.
Colby Sheppard, last year’s Decatur Building Trades Pro Late Model champion, has had a strong start to his 2022 season, leading the standings by eight over Braden Johnson. Dakota Ewing, Colby Eller, and Dalton Ewing complete the top-five in standings.
The BilllingsleyRewards.com DIRTcar Modified will be on track, racing for the third time this season. The two modified shows have been outstanding so far this season with Rick Conoyer and Jacob Steinkoenig claiming the victories. Conoyer currently leads the standings by four points over last year’s point runner-up, Alan Crowder. Rodney Standerfer, Guy Taylor, and Clint Martin round out the top five in points.
Capping off Saturday’s action will be the DIRTcar Hornets. There is currently a tie at the top of the standings, as Tristin Quinlan and Jaekob Durbin are locked up at 110 points. Jeremy Reed, Taryn Page, and Billy Mason complete the top five in points.