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Rolling Plains Motor Speedway - RPM'S


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Rolling Plains Motor Speedway - RPM'S Rolling Plains Motor Speedway - RPM'S
Ellis County Fairgrounds
1344 Fairground Road
Hays, KS 67601
785-639-RACE (7223)
Promoter, Rod Bencken,
785-672-0123
Track email info@rpmspeedway.net

Hours: Varies - Races generally start at 7:30 pm
Admission: Call for gate fees.
www.rpmspeedway.net

This is a multi use facility for concerts and all motorsports such as tractor pulls, demolition derbies, tough trucks, motorcycle events and many other functions. The racetrack is a 3/8 mile high bank clay oval dirt track. The racetrack promoter brings in URSS 305 Sprints, IMCA Modified, Stock and Hobby Stock and Bomber races. The grandstand has a seating capacity for more than 4000 people, with restrooms, concessions and a souvenir shop are located on the grounds. The stock car racing season begins in April and continues through October.


Admission: Check website for current admission
Hours: 4 pm to Midnight
Address: Ellis County Fairgrounds - 1344 Fairground Road
Phone: 785-639-7223
Our Email: info@rpmspeedway.net
Our Website:www.rpmspeedway.net

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