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Electric City Speedway Announces Change of Ownership, Facility Upgrades

Electric City Speedway Announces Change of Ownership, Facility Upgrades

April 25, 2020
For Immediate Release:
Electric City Speedway Announces Change of Ownership, Facility Upgrades, and Expanded Race Access
Great Falls, Montana. April 25, 2020. Electric City Speedway is under new management and ownership. The new owners, LNB Speedway, purchased the track from Dan and Barb Mann, who have owned and operated the facility for over 30 years. Debby Wiggers, who is the new Manager at Electric City Speedway, said “We are very grateful to Dan and Barb for working so hard the past three decades to keep racing alive and allowing us to continue the tradition in Great Falls.”
“We are so happy to have LNB Speedway take over the love of our life. It is time for us to live the dream and see a new generation enjoy the speed. We know the old speedway is in good hands and has a bright and exciting future” said Barbara and Dan Mann.
With COVID-19 impacting every aspect of our lives, the new owner/managers of Electric City Speedway are working hard to provide race fans and drivers the opportunity to enjoy dirt track racing in Great Falls this summer. They plan to begin racing as soon as the phased re-opening of our state allows. “We’re committed to working with state, county, and city officials to provide safe and responsible access to stock car racing as soon as they determine it is safe for us do so,” said Debby Wiggers.
While no one knows the timetable for reopening our state, Electric City Speedway is working on making racing available to fans, even if on-site spectating isn’t allowed. Russ Ehnes, Co-Manager of the facility, said, “We’re developing a plan now that, through social-distancing, will allow us to keep drivers and crews safe in the pits and on the track. We’ll allow spectators at the track as soon as we can, which should be when we reach phase three of the Governor’s reopening plan. If we can’t have spectators right away, we’re working on live pay-per-view so families can still enjoy the racing.”
Electric City Speedway is working with Speedsport.tv to make the races available through their pay-per-view platform. Fans will be able to watch racing on any internet connected computer, device, or any Roku connected television. After restrictions are lifted, Electric City Speedway will continue to offer pay-per-view and subscription viewing options for those who can’t make it to the track.
During phase 3 of the reopening, it is possible spectator numbers could be limited. In this event, Electric City Speedway will pre-sell all tickets through myracepass.com. If capacity has been reached, the customer will be redirected to the pay-per-view option. Fans can download the myracepass app for free, select Electric City Speedway as their favorite track, and will then be able to purchase tickets, see schedules, line-ups, race results and more!
Meanwhile, the new track owners are working on upgrades to the existing facility including, new lighting for the track, improvements to the spectator area, and making safety improvements on the track, which include improvements to some of the barriers and relocating the track exit. According to Electric City Speedway Track Promoter Steve Fowler, “Our goals are to start racing earlier, finish on-time, offer a clean and family-friendly environment, plus offer high-quality, affordable concessions to make racing fun and affordable for families and fans.” He added, “Great Falls has a long motorsports history and we’re proud to have the opportunity to continue and build on the tradition.”