Jul 22, 2010
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From a press release
July 22, 2010, South Beloit, IL Blackhawk Farms Raceway is proud to announce its 1st Annual Corn Roast on Saturday July 24. This special event is a way for Blackhawk Farms Raceway to thank all the Championship Cup Series racers, crew and their families for all the support they have shown.
Following the CCS Mid-West racing activities, Blackhawk Farms will open the Finish Line with evening specials of $1.00 ears of corn and glasses of Specialty Beer for just $2.50.
Also in the works is the 1st Corn Shucking Contest open to all ages, just to make sure that there is fun for all at the 1st Annual Corn Roast.
With 12 Championship Cup Series motorcycle road races starting at Noon, the 1st Annual Blackhawk Farms Corn Roast truly has something for everyone in the family So come one and all for a great time this Saturday at Blackhawk Farms Raceway.
Blackhawk Farms Raceway is a 1.95 mile, 7 turn private circuit racetrack located at 15538 Prairie Road in South Beloit, Illinois . The track sits on 216 acres on the border between Wisconsin and Illinois, within 90 miles o f 2 major metropolitan areas; including Chicago and Milwaukee, just minutes from interstate 90. Blackhawk Farms is a spectator friendly racetrack with many amenities such as full concessions and restrooms with showers.The track is also registered camp site with the Department of Natural Resources and there is no fee to camp overnight. checkout our website at for more track information.
The Championship Cup Series is the largest amateur motorcycle road racing organization in the United States with 4,000 licensed riders. The CCS Series will run 51 events at popular tracks around the United States for 2010. Tracks include Road America, Daytona, Loudon, Firebird, Heartland Park, and Virginia International among other fine venues. In 2010 ASRA and CCS provide riders with access to nearly $10,000,000 in sponsorship awards through participation in its sanctioned events. Look to our website at for more information or call 817-246-1127.