(Milwaukee, WI) The O’Reilly Auto Parts World of Wheels show returns to the Wisconsin State Fair Park this coming Friday-Sunday, February 21-23. The popular event features a variety of attractions for the entire family including cars and exhibitors. Race fans will also be able to purchase their tickets for the June 14 event at the Milwaukee Mile, locking in their reserved seats at a $5 discount.
The Sunday, June 14 race is a promotion of Track Enterprises, which brought circle track racing back to the historic facility in 2019. The ARCA Midwest Tour Super Late Models will again be headlining this year’s event with a 100 lap race. In addition, the Vintage Indy Registry, Midwest Trucks, Upper Midwest Vintage Series, and Mid-Am Stock Cars will again be on track.
Discounted reserved race tickets will be available for $25 each on each day of the World of Wheels show. Tickets will be sold in the north lobby at the main entrance of the show. While there will be a number of windows selling tickets to the car show, one window will be dedicated to race tickets, next to the O’Reilly’s Redemption Booth.
Fans will benefit from the discount price as well as avoiding the long lines that form on raceday. Last year saw a huge crowd in attendance despite weather that was very unseasonable.
The ARCA Midwest Tour will also have a booth set up at the show, passing out flyer cards and more info on the 2020 racing season. Stop by and check out the Miles ‘Mouse’ Melius car, from the SE WI Short Track Hall of Fame, which will be at the booth as well.
The 58th Annual O’Reilly World of Wheels show will run Friday, February 21 from 3:00-10:00 PM, Saturday, February, 22 from 10:00 AM-10:00 PM, and Sunday, February 23 from 10:00 AM-6:00 PM. Discounted tickets for the show itself are available at Milwaukee area O’Reilly Auto Parts locations. For more info on the World of Wheels show, visit www.autorama.com.
For more information or questions on the June 14 race event, visit www.trackenterprises.com or call 217-764-3200.
-Track Enterprises Press Release
-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo