Make plans now to attend the 2nd Annual Mike Smith Memorial Race on October 13-16, 2022 at Capital City Motorsports Park.
MONTGOMERY, AL- The 2nd Annual Mike Smith Memorial Race is coming up October 13-16, 2022 at Capital Motorsports Park. Racers will have the opportunity to compete for $20,000 on three separate days. In addition to the main events, there will also be a $5,000-to-win Duck Race on Friday and Saturday night.
There is no entry cap on this race and pre-entry is open now! Contact Ben Willis at 256-618-1848 to claim your spot today.
Get all of the race details below!
Remembering Mike Smith
Mike Smith was a fierce competitor for well over four decades all over the South and in big money bracket racing. Mike was known for his shirtless appearance and always had a cigar in hand. He was one of those old school racers, in that he would bend over backwards to help you get to the starting line just to put you on the trailer.
Mike was not only an icon figure in the racing world, he was a huge figure in his small town of Roanoke, Alabama. There, Mike owned the local mechanic shop and was a local firefighter.
Outside of racing, Mike enjoyed his Harley and spending time with his kids and six grandchildren, which he adored. Mike will also be heavily missed at the OG Million Dollar Drag Race. For over 10 years, Mike was the man behind the grill at the racers appreciation steak dinner, cooking for thousands of racers. Mike will be greatly missed in this world!
The triple $20,000-to-win races will take place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with $5,000 going to the runner-up on each day. Entry fees for all three days will be $400 or $200 for a single day entry. There will also be a $150 first round buyback available.
Last year’s winners included: TJ Coleman who defeated Glynn Smith in Friday’s $20K, Mikey Bloomfield who picked up the Saturday $20K win over Kyle Green, and Buddy Ferrell who captured the Sunday $20K final round win over Heath Davis.
$5K Duck Race- Friday & Saturday Night
The $5,000-to-win Duck Races will start at the end of the $20K 5th round on Friday and Saturday evening. The entry fee will be $100 each day and there will be a $50 1st round buyback unless there is over 150 entries and then there will be no buybacks. The runner-up will earn $1,000 and the semi-finals will win $500.
Last year, Rusty Ashmore swept both Duck Races! On Friday, the runner-up was Daniel Rolison and on Saturday it was Chris Flynn.
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