"This is one of our largest fundraisers for 4-H," Event organizer Jim Stevenson recently told The Brazil Times. "It's a great family event, and all the proceeds go entirely to the 4-H program."
Gates open at 5 p.m., with cars taking the track around 7 p.m. The public is encouraged to bring lawn chairs because seating goes quickly.
Admission for school children and up will be $7 each, with pit passes available for those individuals age 16 and older for $17 each.
Car registration fee is $25.
Various concessions will be available.
During this year's event, Stevenson said there three 4-H teams will participate in will also be "Minute To Win It" type games between the heats. Organizers hope the crowd will cheer on their favorites.
For more information, contact Jim Stevenson at 765-672-4641.