WARSAW – The second running of the Roy Bradbury Classic was held Wednesday under a sketchy sky at the Kosciusko County Community Fair. Winged and non-winged sprints as well as junior sprints zipped around the dirt track at the fairground grandstand, now termed the Warsaw Motorsports Complex.
Rain pulled the plug on Wednesday night racing, with just the B Main getting in before the storm front took over the fairgrounds. Racing is said to resume next Friday night, July 22, at WMC. Details on the restarts will come from the fair in the coming days.
Until then, here are some photos from heat racing as well as a video from the B Main Feature. Images by Mike Deak.