2023 Show-Me 100 at Lucas Oil Speedway

Show-Me 100 At Lucas Oil Speedway: Here's What To Know

Show-Me 100 At Lucas Oil Speedway: Here's What To Know

What to know about Lucas Oil Speedway as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series visits the track for the Show-Me 100.

May 24, 2023 by Martina Gil

This weekend the 31st Annual Show-Me 100 will be at the Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri as part of the 2023 Late Model Dirt Track Racing series. The event is three-days that lead up to a final-night prize of $50,000. 

Fans are excited to see premier racers come together to compete on this one-of-a-kind track. Lucas Oil Speedway is one of the few multi-sports racing tracks suitable for classic motor-racing, motorboats, offr-oad trucks, off road buggies, and motocross bikes. 

Here’s what to know about Lucas Oil Speedway and the Show-Me 100 before the exciting weekend begins.

Where To Watch The Show-Me 100 At Lucas Oil Speedway

All events will be streaming live Thursday, May 25 - Saturday, May 27 on the FloSports app and Flo-Racing.

Show-Me 100 Lucas Oil Speedway Schedule

May 25:  

May 26: 

May 27: 

  • Show-Me 100
  • Pits Open - 3:00 PM 
  • Gates Open - 4:00 PM
  • Hot Laps - 5:30 PM
  • Racing Starts - 6:05 PM

Show-Me 100 Winners


Chris Ferguson


Hudson O’Neal


Payton Looney


Canceled (Storm Damage)


Scott Bloomquist


Bobby Pierce


Jimmy Owens


Jonathan Davenport


Don O’Neal


Jimmy Owens


Jimmy Owens


Jimmy Owens


Ray Cook


Brian Birkhofer


Scott Bloomquist


Wendell Wallace


Wendell Wallace


Scott Bloomquist


Scott Bloomquist


Scott Bloomquist


Wendell Wallace


Freddy Smith


Ray Cook


Terry Phillips


Freddy Smith


Rick Aukland


Billy Moyer


Scott Bloomquist


Billy Moyer


Billy Moyer

When Was Lucas Oil Speedway Built?

Lucas Oil Speedway was built in 2001 by Ron and Mary Jenkins. The track is located off the corners of highway 54 and 83 in Wheatland, Missouri. 

In its formative years, the track was known as 'Wheatland Raceway'. During this time it operated classes like Open Late Models, A-Modifieds, Factory Stocks and Pure Stocks.

Forrest and Charlotte Lucas purchased the track in 2004. Lucas Oil immediately began extensive landscape renovations for the next two years. The multi-sport track has come a long way since its dirt oval roots as it's now known as the “Diamond of the Dirt Tracks”.

What Is Lucas Oil? 

Lucas Oil was founded in 1989 by Forrest and Charlotte Lucas. It began by manufacturing automotive oil, additives and lubricants but quickly made its way as top sponsors in the motor-racing world. 

The organization is now in charge of significant racing series like Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, Lucas Oil MLRA Series, and Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series.

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What Kinds Of Tracks Does Lucas Oil Speedway Have? 

The main dirt track is a 3/8-mile, semi-banked clay oval. 

In 2011 Lucas Oil built an artificial 4,000ft wide lake, Lake Lucas. This lake is one of the site's proudest features as the first and only drag boat racing lake in the world. 

Currently the Lucas Oil Speedway is made up of it’s dirt track, off-road track, go-kart track and Lake Lucas. 

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Lucas Oil Speedway Track Events  

Lucas Oil Speedway is fan-favorite when it comes to dirt-track races. Some of racing's biggest events happen on the speedway including: The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, POWERi Midget National Series, the Summit USMTS Modified, ASCS Sprint Cars, and the Lucas Oil MLRA Series. 

Weekly Races

Racing fans can stay up to date with their favorite drivers at Lucas Oil Speedway with their weekly races. Throughout the season, the track hosts events including: the Hermitage Lumber Late Models, the Cedar Creek Beef Jerky  USRA Modifieds, the O’Reilly Auto Parts USRA Stock Cars, and the Ozark Golf Cars USRA B-Mods.