USAC Hoosier Hundred Postponed to Saturday, May 25 at IRP

Rain has forced postponement of the 67th running of the Hoosier Hundred to Saturday, May 25, at Brownsburg, Indiana’s Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park.

Mother Nature washed away Friday night’s originally scheduled 67th running of the event after qualifications were completed. Kody Swanson (Kingsburg, Calif.) captured the pole position for the event with a two-lap combined time of 42.316 seconds around the .686-mile paved oval.

On Saturday, the gates will open at 7am Eastern with cars on track starting at 9am. The midget feature will run first followed by the USAC Silver Crown feature, the USF2000 main event and the USF Pro Series finale closing out the on-track action.

Saturday’s USAC Silver Crown feature has been shortened from 146 laps, 100 miles to 100 laps, 68.6 miles.