What is Racing Rascals?
Racing Rascals is Tri-City Motor Speedway’s kids’ club. Racing Rascals receive special offers and opportunities to participate in fun actives and prize drawings. To become a Racing Rascal, 3-14 year olds click below.
Racing Rascals 2.0 (Community Service)
Take it to the next level by participating in 2.0! Youth (5-14) who complete community service through this program are entered to spin the prize wheel. Teenagers (15-18) may enter to receive a $500 scholarship for college.
How 2.0 Works:
Racing Rascals 5-14 Years of Age
Volunteer forms can be found inside of the TCMS program book, picked up at the Shirt Shack or downloaded by clicking here. When the volunteer hours are completed, (4/1/2014—9/6/2014) turn the Racing Rascals 2.0 Volunteer Form into the shirt shack to receive a prize. The forms turned in will be entered into a drawing to spin the prize wheel that night. Volunteer hours may be for non-profits, fundraiser, neighbors, etc. Volunteer hours may not be for immediate family, chores or in exchange for payment. Visit www.govolunteernow.org for volunteer ideas in your community.
Soaring Eagle Waterpark Overnight Stay and 4 Park Passes – Kids get to take their parents on a vacation
Pizza Dude in downtown Pinconning iPod Touch 16GB - Won by: William Erickson June 6th, 2014
Bay Lanes Bowling - Family 4 pack includes bowling and shoe rental
Kokomo’s Lazar Run – Family 4 pack of Lazar Tag passes
Midland Community Center Rock Wall – Family 4 pack to climb the Rock Wall
Captian Dave’s Roll Arena – A Roller Skating party for six
Racing Rascals 15-18 Years of Age
Teenagers 15-18 may apply for a $500 college scholarship and their volunteer experience will be explained in an essay on the Racing Rascals scholarship application. Scholarship forms can be downloaded by clicking here. The scholarship applications must be submitted between April 25 – August 8, 2014. The recipient will be announced September 6, 2014.
By clicking submit, you give Tri-City Motor Speedway permission to send promotional items in the mail and use photographs of your child on promotional material.