Practices will take place Saturday at 11 a.m., with racing scheduled for Sunday, at 1 p.m. Registration will take place from 8-10:30 a.m., Saturday, with a driver's meeting scheduled for 10:45 a.m.
The event will take place at the Forest Park Go-Kart track.
There will be a 70-percent payback for every three carts registered in each category.
There will be no refunds or rain checks, if the event does get canceled. All classes must have a silencer with no exception.
There are several classes available in the evening, including Clone Medium (15-up), Senior Stock Super Heavy (15-up), Junior Champ-Blue Plate (9-14), Senior Stock Medium (15-up), Junior Sportsman I (8-10), Briggs Animal Heavy (15-up), Junior Sportsman II (10-12), Clone Heavy (15-up), Junior Stock (12-15), F200/Opens/Yamaha (15-up), Senior Stock Heavy (15-up), JRLO206 (9-14), Senior Stock Light (15-up) and LO206 (15-up).
Entry fee for all classes is $25. Practice day fees are $15 and cost for a two-day pit pass is also $15. Cost for each additional class is $15 and cost for transponder is $5.
A concession stand will be available for those wishing to purchase food or beverages.
Clay County Search and Rescue is a non-profit organization and all proceeds will go toward helping (CCSR).
For more information, call Ron Eaglin at 812-691-2329, Chris Brown at 812-208-7229 or Derek Eaglin at 812-605-2406.
The organization will also be taking donations for a yard sale it has scheduled for Oct. 12. All donations will be taken up until Oct. 8.
Those interested in making a donation should call 812-605-2437, 812-691-5120 or 812-605-2406. Donations may also be dropped off at the organization's building, 525 E. National Ave., Brazil.