The Roy Ross Memorial Race is the most prestigious IMCA Special Modified race in Western Canada. The 2 things IMCA drivers wants to win is the Roy Ross Memorial Race & the Championship. Like the Stanley Cup everyone wants their name on the Roy Ross Memorial Trophy. Last year Rookie Austin Webster was able to win the Roy Ross Memorial Race on his 1st try. You cannot beat a night of family entertainment for just $10 per person, Youth & Seniors $5, Kids 3 & Under are FREE! It is worth the drive to Wetaskiwin to see some great oval racing.
Edmonton International Raceway Statement:
The Roy Ross Memorial Race race will be a huge event with at least 17 IMCA Modifieds confirmed and we also have a 100 Lap for the R & R Rentals CTV Super Late Models. In the modifieds Tyler Knowles will be racing for his Grandpa, Scott Craig who passed away last week and was a long time IMCA racer years gone by. Bill Royce will be defending his win from the May 18th CTV Super Late Model Event.
Saturday, June 15
Roy Ross Memorial Race Special
Baby Grands, Evolution Cupcar (Mini Cups) & The NASCAR Super Late Models
GATES OPEN AT 4 PM
RACING AT 6 PM
Special Event Pricing in Effect:
Youth (7-17) – $5
Seniors – $5
Kids 6 Years & Under are FREE
Edmonton International Raceway in Wetaskiwin – Canada’s TRUE Bullring of NASCAR