MARFC Special Event set for February 2018!

MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE RACING FAN CLUB Presents the 2018 Charity Fundraiser & Bowling Tournament on February 24, 2018 CHAIRITY EVENT TO HELP RACERS & RACING FAMILIES! Our General Meeting will be held on February 24, 2018 at the Capitol Bowl in Owosso located at 219 S. Washington St., Owosso, Michigan 48867. This event helps raise money for the American Cancer Society as well as those in the racing world who are in need of a helping hand during a time of sickness or hardship. Our meeting will begin before the start of the tournament at 6:00 pm. We are also helping this event by volunteering to help with donations and raffle prizes and those who like to bowl can bowl to help out too. So, come out and help MARFC support this event. MARFC is also happy to have The Louie Longoria Band coming out to perform some classic country music for us! The PayPal link for those that want to donate but can’t attend will be up shortly as well! We ask for your help in sharing this event! We encourage everyone that has attended in the past or has been a benefactor of the tournament to try and come out and support the American Cancer Society and the MARFC/Randall Ginter Memorial Benevolent Fund. For more information, or for any companies, race tracks, drivers, or individuals that have items to donate (apparel, tickets, certificates, etc.) please get with Chuck Darling mstrcceo88@gmail.com, Ed Inloes gb48507@yahoo.com, Wild Bill Barnhart president@marfc.org, or Elaine Crosby kaycorbgm@yahoo.com

Below is the list of starting times:

4:00p.m. Doors Open / Sign In Begins/Practice Starts ($3.45 per game)

5:00p.m. Sign in Ends/Practice Ends/MARFC General Meeting Starts

5:45p.m. MARFC Meeting Ends/Draw for Teams

5:55p.m. Pre-Tournament Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem

6:00p.m. Bowling Tournament STARTS

8:30p.m. Awards Ceremony

COST $ 12.00 per person to bowl two games/$1.50 for shoe rental

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY The American Cancer Society has programs and services to help you manage cancer treatment and recovery and find the emotional support you need. And best of all, our help is free. American Cancer Society events are inspiring, uplifting, and great at bringing the fight against cancer directly into your community. Join the spirit of camaraderie and compassion as we work together to save lives from cancer.

MARFC/RANDALL GINTER MEMORIAL BENEVOLENT FUND A MARFC member or permanent Michigan resident who is driving or directly involved in the running or maintenance of a sanctioned racing event who incurs injury or death is eligible to receive a benefit from this fund at the discretion of the Fund Committee.

MARFC at Thunderbird Raceway for 2017 Season!

We traveled just down the road a piece and arrived at the Thunderbird Raceway for another great night of racing. Dirt Modified # 13 driver Derek Poland was chosen to receive our MARFC Uniform/Helmet bag for his continued support of the track for over 20 plus years and he just happened to win his feature that night too. One of our newest MARFC members won our MARFC raffle that evening. Thanks to our table helpers for the night Gwen Beck & board member Barry Meschke. Special thanks for Tom Sprague and his staff for another great season at their racing facility. (Photo Top: Derek Poland & Barry Meschke) ( Photo Bottom: Table helpers Gwen Beck & Barry Meschke)

Winston Speedway 2017 Report!

Another beautiful night at the races as we were at the Winston Speedway for another night on the dirt! Plenty of different divisions on hand for all to see. Mini Wedge # 52 Driver Hunter Lange was presented our MARFC Uniform/Helmet bag for his attitude to help others in his division at only 11 years old and already has 3 wins this season. Many Thanks to Ed Higgins, Dan Dykman and Jeremy the track announcer for all the help and having us back again. MARFC raffle winner was Allen Albert and table volunteers for the night were Barry Meschke and myself. (Photo Top: Barry Meschke, Hunter Lange & Jeremy the track announcer) (Photo Bottom: Allen Albert & Barry Meschke)

MARFC Does More Dirt at Merritt Speedway for 2017!

Just another fantastic night of dirt track racing with a full pit area along with the Great Lakes Super Sprints on hand. Late Model # 27 defending champion Eric Spangler was presented our MARFC/Uniform Helmet Bag. Our MARFC members raffle winner for this event was Larry Letts. Special thanks to Mike Blackmer and the entire staff of Merritt Speedway for the invite again this year. A big thank you to Bill Walters & Barry Meschke for working at our table for the night.

(Photo: Eric Spangler & Merritt Speedway track announcer Brian Osborne)