Drivers’ Roll Call for 2023 Lucas Oil Speedway season, plus reminder that MyRacePass registration is open

Drivers are invited to add a photo of their car to the “Roll Call” story on the Lucas Oil Speedway Facebook page if they plan on racing in the 2023 Big Adventure RV Weekly Racing Series. (GS Stanek Racing Photography)

With Lucas Oil Speedway’s Open Test and Tune less than three weeks away, it’s “Roll Call” time for those planning to race in the Big Adventure RV Weekly Racing Series in 2023.

Drivers are invited to post a photo of their car – in the comments section on the same “roll call” post as this story – on the Lucas Oil Speedway Facebook page. Not only will it be a fun way to look ahead to the new season, it’s a chance to win one free season crew pass in each of the weekly divisions.

Drivers should post a photo of their car, plus their name and division in which they are competing. The photo receiving the most “likes” in the Hermitage Lumber ULMA Late Models, Cedar Creek Beef Jerky USRA Modifieds, Ozark Golf Cars USRA B-Mods and O’Reilly Auto Parts USRA Stock Cars will earn that driver the free crew pass for the upcoming season.

The contest will conclude on Friday, March 17th – day before the Test and Tune session is scheduled.

“We’ve done this the last couple of years and it was a lot of fun,” Lucas Oil Speedway General Manager Danny Lorton said. “It’s a chance for the drivers to show off their cars and for the fans to get an idea of who’s coming to race with us in the Big Adventure RV Weekly Racing Series – and also gives the drivers a chance to win the crew pass.”

Lucas Oil Speedway’s schedule begins with the Test and Tune set for March 18 from 2-6 p.m.. The Big Adventure Weekly Racing Series Weekly Opener kicks off the season on March 25. Classes in action include the Hermitage Lumber Late Models, Cedar Creek Beef Jerky USRA Modifieds, O’Reilly Auto Parts USRA Stock Cars, and the Ozark Golf Cars USRA B-Mods. The Hermitage Lumber Late Models will be running a special 25-lap $1,000-to-win featured event.

Drivers must register on MyRacePass: Drivers must register their information on MyRacePass for the upcoming season and may do so on the Drivers’ Dashboard portion of The driver forms link will allow drivers to find both their membership and license application along with driver/owner W9 and driver medical form.

Downloading those forms and filling them out ahead of time and returning to Office Manager Laurie Looney at [email protected] before opening night of the regular season is preferred. The forms also can be printed and dropped by the office at the Test and Tune or prior to opening night.

Enduro Easter Bowl 150 entries remain open: Drivers planning to enter the Enduro Easter Bowl 150 on April 15 also can find the entry form online and return it. Pre-entry is $100 if received by March 30 and $150 after that.

Tony Stewart latest on SRX roster, with tickets on sale: General admission tickets for the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) race at Lucas Oil Speedway, scheduled for Aug. 17th, remain on sale. The SRX Thursday Night Thunder event will be the finale in the six-race series, which features some of racing’s biggest names.

Three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart is the latest confirmed for the race at Lucas Oil Speedway. He will be joined by former NASCAR Cup champions Bobby Labonte and Brad Keselowski, retired NASCAR stars Clint Bowyer and Ryan Newman, former NASCAR racer and renowned dirt Modified driver Kenny Wallace, four-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves and NASCAR Truck Series regular Hailie Deegan.

Tickets for the SRX event will be $35 in advance and $40 at the gate (ages 16 and over). Kids (ages 6-15) will be $20 with ages 5-and-under free. Advance tickets can now be purchased via Stubwire –