Grand Champion Field Set


October 5, 2020

   Story courtesy of:  MDIR


The Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness series ran at Maryland International Raceway ™ (MDIR) is run on select Friday nights. Classes include the Ray’s Siding No Clock Street List, Hollyrock Customs Diesel Shootout, Bracket Bike Racing Matters Motorcycles, Super Street and Pro Street. The later of these classes have an opportunity to discover who can be the Midnight Madness Grand Champion. To qualify for the Grand Championship the rules are simple, show up and win your class.

The field for the Pro Street class is filed with recognizable names. This year’s eligible racers are Steve Cross Jr, Jerry Mason, Jim Devane, Brenden Quade, Bob Avalos and the winner for the final race of 2019, Steve Cross Sr. Racers have been attempting to tame the 1/4 mile for many years, but these racers will have an opportunity to see if they can take the 2020 crown.

In Super Street, the 2020 eligible racers bring a mixed bag of experience. Some are veterans of the sport, some fresh faces, and even a first-time winner in Midnight Madness. This year’s racers for Super Street include Shawn Marlow, Keith Burch, Randy Bercier, John Morgan, AJ Jenkins, Brandon Marlow and the winner for the final race of 2019, Matthew Moorman. This group of racers will make this class an interesting one to follow.

The Hollyrock Customs Diesel Shootout returns to the Championship runoff this year. The 2020 eligible racers bring regular supporters of the series. This year’s participants for Hollyrock Customs Diesel Shootout include Aaron Nelson, Lexi Buckler, Michael Quade, Andrew Grant, and Hunter Levin. This is a talented group of racers will bring stiff competition all the way to the end and will be interesting to see who will be left standing.

The 2020 eligible racers for the Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness Grand Champion Runoff for the Mobile Lab Racing Motorcycles are as follows: Jordan Stacy, Laray Proctor, Jeff Sweeney, and Rafaelle Proctor. These racers come with plenty of motorcycle experience across all forms of competition. It could be anyone’s race come the final night.

The Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness Grand Champion will run on Friday October 23rd. Gates will open at 6pm with time trials starting shortly after. Eliminations will start roughly around 9pm. These four classes will run separately until one racer remains in each class. Pro Street, Super Street, and the Hollyrock Custom Diesel Shootout class winners will run to see who the Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness Grand Champion is! Bracket Bike Racing Matters Motorcycle will have their own champion and will not race in the runoff. Who will be left standing at the end of the night? Good luck to all our racers and we will see you at the final Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness of 2020!

For all of the rules for the Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness, Grand Champion Runoff, the Ray’s Siding No Clock Street, click HERE




• Events will be open to participants, their family and crew only, with a maximum of 10 people total (including driver) on any race team.

• No spectators will be permitted. Crew and family must enter with the participant or leave names at the gate for a late-arriving family or crew member.

• All race trailers, both open and enclosed, must be parked in every-other 12’ pit space. That way, a trailer is taking up one 12’ space and there is an empty 12’ space for race vehicle, family and crew beside it. No trailers can be parked side-by-side. This will help ensure social distancing.

• All additional vehicles that come into the pits must park in front of the race car in your pit area or in the Pitside parking lot… NO EXCEPTIONS.

• All staff and participants will be wearing masks in any indoor structures, restrooms, tower, etc. and outdoors anywhere proper social distancing is not achievable. Masks will not be required outdoors with proper social distancing, but they are recommended.

• Hand washing/sanitizing must be done on a regular basis.

• The tower will have restricted access and will be limited to essential staff only.

• The crews will be limited on the starting line and front of the staging lanes, with social distancing extremely enforced. Our security staff and starting line staff will closely monitor this area to prevent unauthorized gathering.

• When not racing, racers are to abide by social distancing requirements. Racers and crew members will be required to stay within their own pit areas when not racing.

• Each group must have adequate PPE for each crew member and must wear masks when required. All groups will be required to acquire their own PPE and bring it with them to the track.

• Our restrooms are equipped with hands free fixtures. Restrooms will be cleaned, stocked and sanitized throughout the day or evening. All Pitside portlets will be moved and taken out of service.

• Concessions will be open, and lines will be marked for proper social distancing. Concession stand will follow all guidelines in place for local food service businesses. We will be open with a limited menu of food items that must be consumed within your pit area or in the grandstands with proper social distancing but not in front of our concession area.