No Way Out 40 Officials Reveal Revised Date, Increased Payout
PARAGON, Ind. – The 14th Annual No Way Out 40 will now pay $14,000 to the winner and will now be contested on March 19th at Paragon Speedway. That’s the official word from event promoter Mason Fleetwood.
“We wanted to give the racers who support us the opportunity to hit all of the big events coming up this Spring in Indiana,” said Fleetwood after announcing the revised schedule and payout.
The No Way Out 40, boasting a $14,000 to-win and $1,000 to-start purse, is now the largest single-day non-sanctioned Sprint Car event in the state of Indiana. Hoosier Truck Sales and Wehmiller Express, both located in Seymour, Ind. will serve as presenting sponsors for the event.
With the date revision comes a change in support classes as well. Super Stocks will take the place of Modifieds on the racing card along with Hornets; Super Stocks paying $1,000 to-win and Hornets $500 to-win.
Tim Keithley and the new owners of Paragon Speedway will aide Fleetwood in promotions of the No Way Out 40 at the facility located Southwest of Indianapolis.
Nic Fass won the inaugural No Way Out 40 in 2009 and other winners include Jesse Hockett, Dave Darland, Thomas Meseraull, Christopher Bell, Bryan Clauson, Robert Ballou, Chad Boespflug, Kyle Cummins, and Kevin Thomas, Jr.
Originally run at Twin Cities Raceway Park in North Vernon, Ind., the No Way Out 40 moved to Brownstown Speedway in 2013 where it was contested through 2021.
If you can’t make it to the track, you can catch all of the action LIVE at www.dirt2media.tv!
More details will be released in the coming weeks on various social media channels. For questions regarding the event, please contact Mason Fleetwood at (812) 620-4021.
Article Credit: Ryan Bowling