New Manager and Promoter Announced for Big Country Speedway

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Race Day Makers, LLC, a group of partners consisting of Pamela Schliske, Dan Adkison, Perry Kinard and Amanda Jagoditsh assumed the managerial role from the Wyoming Auto Racing Club. The Wyoming Auto Racing Club (WARC) will hereafter be a Booster Club in support of the Speedway.

Race Day Makers, LLC and its partners are looking forward to furthering the sport of Short Track Oval Racing in Cheyenne. As well as providing a both inexpensive and family friendly entertainment venue in support of our overall community.

We are all looking forward to breathing new life into Short Track Asphalt Oval Racing in Cheyenne and the surrounding area.

Big Country Speedway has been both a Family Friendly Venue as well as a historical icon of the community operating since 1948!

BCS (Big Country Speedway) has begun to truly struggle in the last few years with the Wyoming Auto Racing Club (WARC) which consists of a club of racers, family members and fans doing their best to manage the Speedway and keep their sport alive. A struggling economy coupled with the difficulties that come with trying to both race and manage a track have taken a toll.

Seeing the need for a change of direction and focus each Race Day Makers, LLC partner has both expertise and heart to bring to the table as each has talents and expertise as well as a strong connection to the Speedway.

From left to right in photos above:

Amanda Jagoditsh, of On Edge Promotions, married to Dan Jagoditsh a three time Class Champion in Super Stock as well as Grand American Modified at BCS. Amanda has provided marketing support to the Speedway off and on for the last 3 years helping them with web design/maintenance as well as Social Media and in the form of track Sponsorship.

Perry Kinard, of Doug’s Towing has been the tow service at the Speedway for over a decade. Perry has also been the force behind keeping the Warrior Class alive in recent years. Building cars for drivers and teaching young drivers the sport of racing.

Pamela Schliske, of First American Title grew up at the track, later going to have her children as well as other family members race. She served many years on the board of the WARC and even spent a span of years as the Speedway’s Flagman.

Dan Adkison, of Airgas has a daughter that races a Legend, BreAnn Adkison, BCS Legend Champion 2016, as well as a future son in law who earned Rookie of the Year in the Warrior Class for 2016.

As we begin to build and vamp up for the upcoming Racing Season tentatively slated to begin in early May 2017 we invite the community to get to know us and the Speedway. Please feel free to contact any of us via our contact info listed below with questions or interest of getting involved as a racer, a sponsor, or for an opportunity to do community service as part of our Speedway Staff.

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