Nutrien Ag Solutions will be Title Sponsor of the Show-Me 100 Pre-Race Ceremonies and Presenting Sponsor of Grammy Award-winning singer Lee Greenwood, who is serving as Grand Marshall for the May 29 grand finale of the three-night crown-jewel event.
The 29th annual Show-Me 100 Presented by ProtecttheHarvest.com is set for May 27-29 at Lucas Oil Speedway. The final night will be even bigger after the recent announcement that three-time CMA and ACM Country Music Male Vocalist of the Year, Grammy Award winner and American Patriot Greenwood will serve as Grand Marshall for the action on May 29. Greenwood will sing the National Anthem during opening ceremonies and also his iconic song “God Bless the USA,” after driver introductions just prior to the green flag falling to begin the 100-lap feature.
“We’re very excited to have Nutrien Ag Solutions come on board and be a part of the Show-Me 100 Pre-Race Ceremonies and Lee Greenwood,” said Wayne Castleberry, Corporate Marketing and Sales for Lucas Oil Motorsports. “Steve Martin of Nutrien Ag supports a lot of racers in the dirt Late Model industry and all of motorsports as well.
“The American Farmer is the backbone of what this country is built on and Nutrein Ag Solutions supports the farmers all over the country. Nutrien Ag fits the patriotic theme of Lee Greenwood’s ‘God Bless the USA’ iconic song and we are excited to have them come on board for this crown jewel event.”
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The Show-Me 100 will feature the stars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Lucas Oil MLRA, plus Cedar Creek Beef Jerky Modified full programs each night.
Three-day passes available: Admissions Director Nichole McMillan said that reserved seating must be purchased as a three-day pass, at $100 per ticket. The three-day passes offer the comfort of the high-back, stadium-style seats and prime viewing on the top few rows of the front straightaway. Three-day reserved tickets are non-refundable. Pit passes are not a part of the reserved-seat package and pit passes cannot be exchanged or used toward purchase of the reserved-seat package.
However, there is a three-day pit pass that includes general admission seating in addition to pit-area access. For ticket information, contact Admissions Director Nichole McMillan at (417) 282-5984 or via email at [email protected]. Fans also can use the online ticketing system. Action kicks off on May 27 with the “Cowboy Classic” for Late Models headlining the program, with a $6,000-to-win, $600-to-start main event which also enables drivers to earn valuable points toward starting position into the night-night main event.
The USRA Modifieds feature winner will earn $750. The “Tribute to Don and Billie Gibson” on May 28 also will see a $6,000-to-win feature with more points earned for the starting lineup the next night. USRA Modifieds compete for a $750-to-win feature with more points collected toward the final-night main event. The May 29 program includes B Mains, the Midwest Sheet Metal Show-Me Challenge and the 100-lap, $30,000-to-win main event along with a $1,500-to-win USRA Modified feature.
Daily ticket breakdown for Show-Me 100 weekend:May 27: $25 general admission adults, $22 seniors (62 and up) and military; $10 youth (ages 6-15); FREE kids (ages 5-and-under); $60 family pass; $100 three-day reserved; $35 pit pass, $100 3-day pit pass.
May 28: $25 general admission adults, $22 seniors (62 and up) and Military; $10 youth (ages 6-15); FREE kids (ages 5-and-under); $60 family pass; $100 three-day reserved; $35 pit pass, $100 3-day pit pass.
May 29: $35 general admission adults, $32 seniors (62 and up) and Military; $10 youth (ages 6-15); FREE kids (ages 5-and-under); $80 family pass; $40 pit pass.