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As a loyal Fairbury Speedway customer, we are pleased to offer you the opportunity to renew your same seats and campsites you had in 2022. To renew these seats and campsites you must complete each event before the "holds" expire. Each event has its own expiration date. If you do not renew by the deadline, you will lose the right to renew those seats, and they will go on sale to the public at the dates listed below. If you had reservations for multiple events, you can renew all holds at once if you'd prefer. If you have questions or concerns with your account, please email us at falstickets@gmail.com.

Spring Shootout and DIRTcar Summer Nationals "holds" will expire on February 28.

Prairie Dirt Classic "holds" will expire on March 31.

Triple Down Shootout and FALS Frenzy "holds" will expire on April 30.

The most efficient way to renew is to do so online within your ticket account. Simply follow the steps below:

  • Login to your account above under the “Tickets” menu.
  • Under “Holds” click on “Add to Cart”.
  • Review your order, make any necessary changes, then click "Proceed to Checkout".
  • Select Delivery Method, input credit card info, and complete order.

Tickets can also be renewed by phone during regular business hours by calling (309) 838-9304.


The public on sale date for the Spring Shootout and DIRTcar Summer Nationals will be March 4 at 10:00 a.m. CT.

The public on sale date for the Prairie Dirt Classic will be April 8 at 10:00 a.m. CT.

The public on sale date for the Triple Down Shootout and the FALS Frenzy will be May 6 at 10:00 a.m. CT.

FALS Draw Again to Pay One Lucky Fan $50,000


fals draw23 tnOne certainty during each year’s Prairie Dirt Classic presented by the Bank of Pontiac and the Illinois State Rifle Association is that the on-track action leads to some of the best racing anywhere in the country.

Back with bigger and even more incentives for the World of Outlaws (WoO) Case Late Model Series drivers to push the ragged edge as they will have up to $100,000 in added cash on the line during the July 28-29 mega event. With the $500 per lap leader bonus as well as an additional $50,000 going into the feature purse, the Prairie Dirt Classic becomes one of the highest paying events in the country. A green-to-checkered sweep by Brandon Sheppard in 2022 allowed him to hit paydirt and a FALS record $100,000 winner’s check for the 32nd PDC. On top of that, one lucky fan pocketed $50,000 for winning the inaugural FALS Draw.

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