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For the second straight year, Lorain County Speedway will say thank you to first responders. The 3/8 mile paved oval will host First Responders Night on Saturday. All first responders along with their spouse receive free general admission. Pit entrance will be half-off for first responders.
Free admission is not just limited to police, fire and EMS. Dispatchers, corrections officers, tow truck operators and social/case workers will also receive free general admission. Appropriate ID is required.
Modifieds, street stocks, sprint cars, pure stocks, chargers, sportsman and the CRS Trucks will all be in action. General admission is $12 while kids age 12 and under are free. Gates open at 4 p.m. with racing scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
First responders night is brought you by the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office and Strohshow Motorsports.
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