Composed of clay, the "Kansas Gumbo" you see on the track (and sometimes in your lap) is just one part of the formula that makes racing on the High Banks so unique.
The other part? Well, the high banks themselves! Time and heavy equipment are used to shape the track, which features as much as 23 degrees of banking! The shape of the track (not a true oval, not really a circle) adds to the intrigue.
Volunteer group organizes, promotes, and operates track
The Fair Amusement Committee is a group of volunteers who handle any and all operations of the track. Mostly, we're just like you... race fans at heart who want to see this great track and all its history continue to entertain many generations to come.
Raymond Raney- Secretary
Jimmy Melton- Public Relations
Jared Melton- Concessions
Ron Huncovsky- Track prep
Brad Couture- Track prep
Eric Allgood- Treasurer
We’re committed to bringing race fans the best drivers in the midwest and beyond for exciting racing action. We've got more pictures and videos on our facebook page as well!