Having to cut their first race-weekend a bit short, Flatlanders Speedway is geared back up and ready to go for another full weekend of racing west of Kindersley.

The action starts on Saturday night at 6:00 PM, then continues Sunday afternoon at 1:00 PM with all the usual classes of street stocks, hobby stocks, trucks, legends, mini sprints, mods, and the all-new "run-your-junk" class. Lawnmower racing is also on tap for the weekend.

That regular action will also be mixed in with some highly competitive racing through the Prairie Dirt Racing Association (PDRA) Touring Series. The circuit was set to begin in Outlook back in May, but was rained out, moving the season opening weekend over to Kindersley.

This weekend's stop will be the first of two in Kindersley, as Flatlanders Speedway president, and PDRA competitor Jason Hankewich shared more on the upcoming schedule following Outlook's postponement.

"We are doing a double-loop through Kindersley, Swift Current, and Outlook this year. Each track is getting two race weekends." said Hankewich as Kindersley kicks things off, before sending the series off to Speedy Creek in July, then back by the river in Outlook come August. After that September will see them repeating the Kindersley/Swift schedule, then the series ends in October with the Fall Classic in Outlook.

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Bringing the PDRA Touring Series in last year was a big source of excitement for the track, as Hankewich talked about the competitive environment.

"A lot more competition. A lot higher car count," quipped the local driver. "Pretty awesome how you can get all these people from different tracks together. It's not just those three tracks that have cars coming together, they are coming from all over the place." said Hankewich as cars from all over Saskatchewan, and also Manitoba and Alberta are confirmed to be in attendance for the possibly lucrative race-day.

Anyone who attended Flatlanders first races of the season know they were rained out. Hopefully those fans kept their ticket stub for a free admission on Saturday.

"We put out a message on Facebook saying to keep your ticket stubs, then Saturday you will be able to get in for free for the people that already paid." said Hankewich, as hopefully the Saturday racing will draw everyone back for a $10 admission on Sunday.

Ending the chat by thanking all of the Flatlanders sponsors that get race-day off the ground, Hankewich shared one more item of business that should get people excited.

"There's a dice roll, you will have to come to the track to see what's going on," he teased. "But it's pretty cool."