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Belle-Clair Speedway (aka: BelleVegas) is a 1/5 mile semi-banked dirt oval located at the Belle-Clair Fairgrounds in Belleville, IL that hosts UMP Late Models, UMP Modifieds, UMP Pro Modifieds, UMP/AARA Pure Stocks, POWRi National Midget's, POWRi Micro's, Sprint Cars in addition to other family friendly events between the months of March and October. With the wide variety of events scheduled, there is something for everyone at the most action-packed track in Southern Illinois. Come visit the historic Little Belleville!

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Shamrock 40 Belle-Clair Speedway Season Opener – Friday, April 17th

  The Shamrock 40 at Belle-Clair Speedway will serve as the 2020 season opener on Friday, April 17th.  The event will feature UMP Kettler & Son’s Late Models, Brian Thompson Roofing Modifieds, Pro-Mods, Belleville Automotive Pure Stocks, Pro 4 and BOSS 600cc Outlaw Micros. The Shamrock 40 will kick off the season point’s chase for the Champion.  Late Models will pay $1500 to WIN.  For Late Models, there is a $1000 bonus if you WIN both the Belle-Clair Speedway Shamrock 40 and the Highland Speedway Lucky 40. Spectator gates will open at 5:00pm, hot laps at 6:30pm with racing following hot laps.  General Admission is $15.00 Kids (under 12) FREE with adult.  For more Information, go to www.belleclairspeedway.com.   Friday 4/17 Classes UMP Kettler & Son’s Late Models UMP Brian Thompson Roofing Modifieds Pro-Mods Belleville Automotive Pure Stocks Pro 4 BOSS 600cc Outlaw Micros   Friday 4/17 Times Pit Gates Open …

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Meents Memorial – Sunday, October 13th

BELLEVILLE, ILL. (October 9, 2019) – With a significant forecast of impending rain set to hit the area, track and series officials have made the call to switch the POWRi National Midgets and POWRi Outlaw Micros “Charlene Meents Memorial” at Belle-Clair Speedway from the originally scheduled Friday date and pushed it back to now race on Sunday evening. “We’ve been watching the weather all week and with as much rain as we have coming, this feels like the best decision for us,” said Kenny Brown. “  The season is almost over and the championship battles are on the line, we want to give everybody a fair shot at their titles and wins. Especially as much as Mother Nature stole races from us early in the year, we want to make that up as much as we can.” Switching to Sunday evening, the 15th annual Charlene Meents Memorial presented by Priority …

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