021, was on hand Saturday and Sunday to meet and greet fans and talk with drivers. The popular Lieurance had more than 40 years experience at the old Quincy Raceways before taking over the site last fall on a rent-to-own agreement with Paul Holtschlag, who has served as either full or part-owner of the 28.5-acre facility since 2011.
Adams County Speedway
Growing up, I had visions of being the next Paul Newman. I had to eventually settle for being the second Bluto Blutarsky … Welcome to today’s three thoughts and Vol. 239 of The Daily Dirt.
The Town Center will serve as host to the Adams County Speedway preseason race show, allowing fans to get up close and personal with between 35 to 40 of the late models, modifieds, sport mods, street stocks and four-cylinder cars that will call the track at 8000 Broadway their spring-time and summer home.
Steve is getting ready for racing and track food. We also talk about his son Geoff’s visit and why he didn’t come visit the Muddy River Ranch.
The man who is leading the charge to re-open Quincy’s local dirt track as Quincy Raceways becomes Adams County Speedway talks to MRN Publisher J. Robert Gough
QUINCY — Jim Lieurance admits he found the outpouring of support to be a rather emotional experience. If pressed, he will admit to probably wiping away a tear or two. When Lieurance, 62, took control of the Adams County Speedway of Illinois — formerly known as Quincy Raceways — in the fall, he knew he […]