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Default 22nd annual Pontiac Heaven weekend - Phoenix now November 1-3, 2019

The 22nd annual Pontiac Heaven weekend is scheduled for November 1-3, 2019 at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. More details on the 'national events thread area as well as the Pontiac Heaven face book page.
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Glad to hear it Steve!

We'll be there as usual to beat on our Pontiacs some more.
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We plan to come to Pontiac Heaven this year for the first time. By Nov. 1, Wisconsin is already beginning winter weather. Checked out the Facebook page. Talked to Steve this weekend regarding availability and/or need for golf carts to get around the grounds.

We attended Norwalk for the first time this year and were glad we had a golf cart, as the drag strip, swap area, car show covered a huge area. Norwalk was awesome!

I'd like to hear from some of you who have attended Pontiac Heaven in past years. Are there a lot of swap vendors? Drag racing every day?

Thanks.
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We plan to come to Pontiac Heaven this year for the first time. By Nov. 1, Wisconsin is already beginning winter weather. Checked out the Facebook page. Talked to Steve this weekend regarding availability and/or need for golf carts to get around the grounds.

We attended Norwalk for the first time this year and were glad we had a golf cart, as the drag strip, swap area, car show covered a huge area. Norwalk was awesome!

I'd like to hear from some of you who have attended Pontiac Heaven in past years. Are there a lot of swap vendors? Drag racing every day?

Thanks.
Hi Dick, Yes, there is Drag racing all 3 days. Fri in the afternoon, Saturday - all day and into the night until about 11pm, about half a day on Sunday depending on car count. Swap meet is small. nothing compares to Norwalk. Looking forward to seeing you.
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I am confused. What day is the Pontiac race? Can I show up that day and pay to race? The flyer is very confusing it speaks of Qualiifing do I have to qualify to race in pontiac race? Is it 120 to race only in the pontiac race? When do the gates open pontiac race. Thanks Rod Cole
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There is racing all 3 days. Friday is typical test and tune day for the track, and they also have testing for this event as well as diesel drags.

Saturday is Muscle Car Day or Nostalgia day, not sure what they call it anymore, and it's by far the busiest day. All brands are welcome to run. If you want to see a lot of racing and various brands, this is the day I recommend as you'll see the biggest classic car count.

Sunday is Pontiac Power only, so only Pontiac power racing.

As far as price, I haven't seen a current flyer for this year. Last year when I attended Sunday for the Pontiac only race it was something like $70 for the money race, and $35 or $40 for the trophy race. Coincidentally we all got put in the trophy class because we couldn't get enough interested in the money race to buy in.
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There is racing all 3 days. Friday is typical test and tune day for the track, and they also have testing for this event as well as diesel drags.

Saturday is Muscle Car Day or Nostalgia day, not sure what they call it anymore, and it's by far the busiest day. All brands are welcome to run. If you want to see a lot of racing and various brands, this is the day I recommend as you'll see the biggest classic car count.

Sunday is Pontiac Power only, so only Pontiac power racing.

As far as price, I haven't seen a current flyer for this year. Last year when I attended Sunday for the Pontiac only race it was something like $70 for the money race, and $35 or $40 for the trophy race. Coincidentally we all got put in the trophy class because we couldn't get enough interested in the money race to buy in.
But Steve did refund the difference in the entry fee.
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