The 3rd Annual Performance Electronics 600cc Non-Wing World Championship has been rescheduled for July 15-18, 2020. Circus City Speedway will operate at full capacity, allowing them to lift the cap of 120 entries.

The Performance Electronics 600cc Non-Wing World Championship has become a marquee event among micro sprint racers in just a short time. Over 100 drivers competed in both the inaugural event as well the 2nd edition. The 2nd Annual Performance Electronics Non-Wing World Championship was the largest single class outdoor micro sprint event of 2019. Over 100 drivers are expected to compete again in 2020.

A grueling 50 lap main event against the treacherous curb made for an exciting event in 2019. Delaware’s Kyle Spence was able to capitalize on a mistake made by Oklahoma’s Trey Robb and drive to a convincing victory over Pennsylvania’s Brian Carber, the 2018 champion. Rounding out the top 3 with an incredible drive was Oklahoma’s Chris Cochran, who worked his way from a D-Qualifier all the way to the podium in the World Championship Main Event.

SPEED SPORT will capture all of the action as the world’s best micro sprint drivers battle for the $10,000 top prize on the 1/8 bullring located at the Miami County Fairgrounds in Peru, Indiana. A one hour tape delayed broadcast of the event will air mid-summer (date TBA) on primetime television via the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

For more information on the 3rd Annual Performance Electronics 600cc Non-Wing World championship visit Circus City Speedway online at www.CircusCitySpeedway.org