By CAREY FOX
PUTNAMVILLE -- Mother Nature finally claimed an event during Indiana Sprint Week after threatening the first two legs of the USAC heavy show.
Lincoln Park Speedway hosted Saturday's event and after qualifying 48 cars, the rain began to fall in Putnamville putting a halt to the event. Though track workers spent hours working the track back in hoping to put on a good show for their fans, the rain returned around 10:30 p.m. to end the evening. However, USAC officials reslated the show to take place this Tuesday night with practice scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. Tickets from Saturday's event will be honored at the gate. Admission is $20 for those wishing to attend Tuesday's show who do not already have a ticket.
Rain delayed Twin Cities Thursday night show though Cory Kruseman won the feature event that ended close to 1 a.m. At Bloomington on Friday night, New Castle's Tracy Hines, got a break from the Craftsman Truck Series to lead wire-to-wire and take the second leg of Indiana Sprint Week.