Upper Iowa Speedway under new management

The Ag Society will be operating the speedway in 2022 and will be operated similar to Fayette County Speedway. 

The Winneshiek County Ag Society has purchased all assets and equipment from Upper Iowa Speedway/owner Wayne Smith. The Ag Society will be operating the speedway in 2022 and will be operated similar to Fayette County Speedway. 
The driver purse will be the same as Fayette County in all classes, and the grandstand cost will also be similar Fayette County. 
Winneshiek County Agricultural Association Director Becky Winkler said, “It is our objective to keep the speedway going for a long time and to bring it back to one of the elite tracks in the area. As with anything, there are always improvements to be made. We are currently bringing in loads of clay to bring the track back to the standards that the racers want. We are compiling a list of things that need attention and placing them in order of importance or necessity.
Forty loads of new clay have been added to the track with another 60 to be added either this fall (weather permitting) or in spring 2022. 
A committee will be formed by three members of the Ag Society and seven non-Ag Society members. The committee will manage the track and its needs and looks to make the track run as efficiently as possible. 
More information will be released on the Upper Iowa Speedway Facebook page in the upcoming weeks. For more information, contact Winneshiek County Agricultural Association at 563-419-1902. 

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