AELMT September 16th Event at Plymouth Cancelled


Rochester Hills, Michigan (Thursday, August 31, 2017): It was announced today, by Plymouth Speedway Official's on their Official Facebook Fan Page, at approximately 3:30pm, that the American Ethanol Late Model Tour (AELMT) event scheduled for Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Plymouth Speedway has been cancelled. The American Ethanol Late Model Tour was set to provide the Late Model portion of the World Series of Dirt. The Speedway has now decided to focus on enhancing the modified portion of their program with the elimination of Late Models from the event.   




In the American Ethanol Late Model Tour's three year history, the Tour has made one appearance at the Plymouth Speedway. That appearance came just a few weeks ago on Saturday, August 5th. 2017 Dirt late Model Dream winner, Steve Casebolt held the point over a 20 car field to claim his first American Ethanol Late Model Tour victory in his first AELMT start. 


"We enjoyed our first time at Plymouth Speedway. The staff and fans were very welcoming and the facility is spectacular", noted AELMT Director, Nick Rice. "We provided fans with great racing on a very fast track. It's just too bad there weren't more fans to see it", added Mr. Rice. 


The next event for the American Ethanol Late Model Tour is this Sunday, September 3rd at Merritt Speedway, located in Lake City, Michigan. Tour points leaders, Dona Marcoullier, Eric Spangler and Brandon Thirlby lead the charge into Merritt with what is now, just 4 races remaining in the Championship. 


For more information about the remainder of the 2017 racing season, please visit the website at: You can also follow the tour on Facebook by going to: and click on “Like”. The tour Twitter account will be the primary source for live race day updates throughout the 2017 racing season. Be sure to go to AELMT Twitter page today at: and click on “Follow”.


To learn more about Motor City Racing Promotions, the event management group for AELMT, email MCRP President, Scott Menlen at: or call the MCRP office at: (248) 747-6277. You can also go to the MCRP website at: The Facebook Fan Page for MCRP is at: and click on “Like” today. Don’t forget to “Follow” MCRP on Twitter at: Finally, and throughout the 2017 racing season, Live Timing & Scoring from every race in 2017 will be available for absolutely free from your mobile device by purchasing the Race Monitor Mobile App or online at:



2017 American Ethanol Late Model Tour Marketing Partners

American Ethanol (Title Sponsor) Allstar Performance, ARP Bolts, Boyne Machine Company, Carbon Green BioEnergy, Dirty Girl Racewear, Growth Energy, Hoosier Racing Tires, Horsepower Innovations, Iroquois Bio-Energy, Isky Racing Cams, Keyser Manufacturing, Lane Automotive, Michigan Corn Growers Association, Motor City Racing Promotions, NUVU Fuels, Pace Performance, Poet Bio-Refining, Quarter Master, QuickCar Racing Products, Shirtworks Racewear &



About the American Ethanol Late Model Tour

Founded in 2015, the American Ethanol Late Model Tour was created as a prominent touring series for Dirt Late Models in the Great Lakes / Midwestern United States and is one of the fastest growing motorsports tours in the country. In 2017, the AELMT, featuring DIRTcar Racing UMP Late Models, will race in 14 events within three states, including two of those races, which will pay a cool $10,000 to Win (Wednesday, June 14th at Merritt Speedway & Saturday, October 7th at Berlin Raceway). The home state of Michigan is well represented with 10 events while the surrounding states of Indiana (Three races) and Ohio (One event) are also represented with future plans to expand within and outside of those three key states.



About American Ethanol

American Ethanol is a partnership between Growth Energy and the National Corn Growers Association and is a collaborative-effort marketing campaign to increase awareness of the reliability, performance capabilities and affordability of American made E15 Ethanol. Growth Energy, an ethanol industry group, and the National Corn Growers Association formed the American Ethanol partnership which highlights E15, a high-performance fuel, providing the same drivability with increased engine performance as regular gasoline. It’s a 15% Ethanol blend made with American ethanol from corn grown in our nation’s heartland and an 85% Gas blend. After extensive testing, NASCAR adopted the fuel for use in all three of their national racing series in 2011. The race teams and engine builders were heavily involved in the transition process, and have since reported high praise for the fuel, which boosts horsepower while reducing emissions. For more information about American Ethanol, go to:

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