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Refund Period Ends on Monday, September 21

9/17/2020 - The refund period for 2020 NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey's tickets will end at 5pm, CT on Monday, September 21. Any tickets that are not refunded will be automatically rolled over to the 2021 event and will hold the same seats. Refunded tickets will not keep the same seats for future events. If you'd like to refund your tickets or have questions about refunds or roll overs, please call the ticket office at 641-842-5431. If you do not want a refund, you don't need to call. Your tickets will be automatically rolled over. Four-day ticket packages for the 60th running of the NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey's will go on sale Monday, December 7.

Rico Abreu Donates Value of ½ Beef Won on Van Wall Marion County Fair Race Night to 4-H Foundation

9/4/2020 - Knoxville, Iowa (September 3, 2020-) – When Rico Abreu made a thrilling last-lap move from third to first on Knoxville Raceway’s Van Wall Marion County Fair race night, he not only pocketed the $4,000 winner’s prize, but also a ½ beef donated by the Marion County Fair Association. Abreu quickly decided to donate the value of the beef to a worthy non-profit group in Marion County rather than receiving the beef itself. He chose to donate the $1,000 value to the Marion County 4-H Foundation. “I’m thankful for the 4-H foundation. I’ve been a 4-H member myself for many years and participated in livestock showing,” Abreu said. “I couldn’t think of a better group to give back to.” ...

Knoxville Raceway Cancels Remainder of 2020 Racing Season

8/24/2020 - The Marion County Fair Association, in cooperation with Knoxville Raceway, has voted to cancel the remainder of the 2020 racing season. “The health and safety of our fans, competitors and employees is our top priority,” said Brian Bailey, Marion County Fair Association President. “Several individuals tested positive for COVID-19 following our most recent race. In light of that information, we feel that returning to racing this weekend would be premature. Additionally, a large-scale event like the Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals won’t be in the best interests of the track or the community at this time. “None of us like to see the race season end this way, but we’re confident this is the right decision for all parties.” The ...
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