Get Ready For the 2020, 3rd Annual Belleville 305 Nationals!
Friday July 31st and Saturday August 1st, 2020
Why are we putting tickets on sale already? Last year with the introduction of our new website, we said tickets would be on sale before Christmas. (Tickets are a great gift for the holidays) Unfortunately, we didn’t make that happen, and tickets didn’t go on sale until February. From now on, our goal is to make tickets available for the holidays.
Instructions for the Pre-Sale
You are receiving this email because you have previously purchased tickets on our website, or you subscribed to receive updates from us.
Since you have purchased tickets from us, you are entitled to the same seats only during this pre-sale window (November 1st – December 1st).
If you don’t want the same seats, or you want to try for better seats, simply do nothing, and you can select your own seats on/after December 1st.
If you want your same seats, reply to this email saying you want them, or contact us using the button below. You can have the same number or less, but you cannot have more during the pre-sale.
You will receive an online invoice to pay through our website, and after it is paid, you will receive your download link for your tickets.
Print them off at home on a standard sheet of paper like last year, and you won’t have to wait in line! If you lose your order download URL, simply contact us and we will re-send it.
After you contact us, we will respond ASAP. If you do not hear from us after a few days, please contact us again to ensure we received your request and are holding your seats!
Below is an example invoice you will receive
The 2020 Belleville 305 National’s fall earlier on the calendar, and we are running the week before the Knoxville National’s, so it’s sure to be a race you won’t want to miss!
Jake Bubak kept his Belleville 305 Sprint Car Nationals perfection alive by storming to a $7,000 payday in Saturday night’s United Rebel Sprint Series-sanctioned Second Annual Belleville 305 Nationals 30-lap finale atop the ½-mile Belleville High Banks clay oval.
It completed an improbably duplication of last year’s Belleville 305 Sprint Car Nationals two-night sweep with the Arvada, CO, shoe now four-for-four in event competition aboard the Coyote Candle Company No. 74x Sprint Car.
Jake Bubak continues to find the Belleville High Banks to his liking.
That was evident with his $2,500 triumph in Friday night’s United Rebel Sprint Series-sanctioned Second Annual Belleville 305 Sprint Car Nationals preliminary atop the lightning-fast half-mile clay oval aboard the Coyote Candle Company No. 74b entry.
As we gear up for the main National event, we have some important information to pass along.
1) Please make sure you bring the right tickets!
Saturday’s tickets wont work for Friday’s show, and vice versa. Even if you have the same exact seats both nights, the bar-codes are still different. Please make sure you grab the right ones! Also, if you purchased many seats, verify you didn’t accidentally download and print the same seat twice. Tickets can only be scanned 1 (ONE) time, any duplicated tickets whether on accident or not will fail to scan, and will cause a hold up / non-admittance.
2) Our concessions, beer garden, ticket booth, and T-shirt shack can now all take credit cards
In the past, we have only accepted cash. As you can tell with our new website, the high banks is making huge improvements, and we can now process credit cards everywhere! Yes cash is still accepted.
3) The concessions menu is posted online
Hungry? You can check out the concessions menu online on your phone before even getting in line! https://www.bellevillehighbanks.org/concessions or on our website navigation menu under 305 Sprint Nationals > Concession Menu
4) Read our frequently asked questions on our website
We have commonly asked questions such as parking, bringing in outside food/drink, etc on our website. https://www.bellevillehighbanks.org/faq
5) Weather Forecast – Looks good!
The weather forecast looks great, it’ll be a hot one! No rain is expected, but in the event we would get rained out, we have alternate plans. In the unlikely event that happens, we would be posting more on our website and FB page.
6) For any other important updates and notices, always check our website and FB page
We will be constantly updating our website with important notices at the top, and in the “notices” section of our website. Be sure to also like and check our FB page as well. If you still can’t find an answer, drop us an email. If we have important information we need to get out quickly, we will also use mass email like this email, as a means of communication.
Even on the day of the event…..if you have questions, feel free to send us an email! We will be around and constantly monitoring everything. So we’ll do our best to get back to you ASAP.
Thank you to all the fans, volunteers, and drivers who make our big event possible. The Belleville 305 Nationals are growing at the fastest pace that we have seen in years, and we couldn’t be more excited for the future of our track and the sport.
Belleville, Kansas – July 4, 2019 – Jake Bubak from Aurora, Colorado took the lead at the start and never looked back to claim the Lucas Oil POWRi United Rebel Sprint Series presented by Mel Hambelton Ford Racing special Independence Day, Thursday night edition of racing atop the famed Belleville High Banks Speedway in Belleville, Kansas.
J.D. Johnson from Wichita and Bubak started on the front row for the twenty-lap feature with Bubak quickly taking the lead as the green flag fell. Johnson, Ty Williams, Jake Martens and Zach Blurton were the top five after the first lap was complete.
Williams and Martens would pass Johnson for second and third, respectively, on lap two as Bubak set sail on the rest of the field. Bubak, aboard the Jeff Stefonick owned #11 sprint based out of Colorado, would cruise the distance to claim his series-leading fourth feature victory of the season. His victory was worth $1000.
Williams would finish a strong second while Martens came home third. Eighth-starting Blurton finished fourth while Tyler Drueke rounded out the top five.
Kaleb Johnson earned the features Keizer Wheels Hard Charger award as he started twenty-second and came home with a eleventh-place finish.
The three heat races for the twenty-three-car field were won by J.D. Johnson, Martens and Huish.
The URSS touring regulars will take Friday night off before making their lone 2019 appearance at Thunder Hill Speedway in Mayetta, Kansas for another $1000 to-win event on Saturday night.
United Rebel Sprint Series
Belleville High Banks/Belleville, Kansas
July 4, 2019
A Feature: 1) Jake Bubak (2), 2) Ty Williams (3), 3) Jake Martens (4), 4) Zach Blurton (8), 5) Tyler Drueke (13), 6) Jeremy Huish (6), 7) Toby Chapman (10), Chad Koch (7), 9) Stuart Snyder (14), 10) Trey Gropp (20), 11) Kaleb Johnson (22), 12) Jack Potter (9), 13) Mike Moore (15), 14) Kyler Johnson (r) (5), 15)Tracey Hill (17), 16) Shane Sundquist (12), 17) Monty Ferriera (11), 18) Brett Becker (23), 19) Ken Potter (16), 20) Aaron Ploussard (19), 21) Dalton Webb (r) (21), 22) J D Johnson (1), 23) John Webster (18)
David Smith, Jr./OKTidbits PR
July 4th will be an exciting time to be at the High Banks of Belleville, Kansas. There will be 5 classes of cars competing at the historic half-mile. NCRA will have their late models competing on the half-mile and their always exciting mod-lites on the little track. Last year the NCRA brought a strong field of 21 late models. The always fun wild and wacky cruisers will also be on hand running on the small track.
Modifieds will make their return to the High Banks this year. The Sooner Limited Modified Series will host their first event at Belleville this year. Northern and Southern Sportmods are encouraged to run with the series. You can find information on the Sooner Limited Modified Series at http://soonerlimitedmodifiedseries.myracepass.com/rules/.
The fifth and final series will be the United Rebel Sprint Series 305 Sprint Cars. The 305’s have become a mainstay on the High Banks. With the July 4th race preceding the 2nd Annual Belleville 305 Nationals, you can expect to see a great field of cars trying to gain laps and experience on the fast half-mile. JD Johnson won last year’s July 20 lap feature.
Tickets for the July 4th races will not be sold online, but be sure to grab your 305 National tickets online ahead of time by going here.
We are pleased to announce that ticket sales are finally open to the public for the 2019 305 Nationals. If you have any questions or issues with your order, simply email us at [email protected] and we will help you out ASAP! You can also use our contact form on our site.
305 National pre-sale tickets are available for those individuals who purchased reserved tickets in 2018. These will only be available Feb 1-28. Individuals can only purchase the same number of tickets and exact same seats they purchased in 2018 during the pre-sale. On March 1st, all remaining tickets will be on sale to the public through our website.
Once again, an individual can only purchase the exact same seats as last year during this pre-sale window.
Reserved Seat Prices:
$20 – Friday not including tax and ticket fees
$25 – Saturday not including tax and ticket fees