The staff and management at Plymouth Speedway are working hard to work in the new dirt surface. The transition from asphalt to dirt was made during the winter months and everyone has been attempting to smooth out the bumps to make the surface ideal for racing. This has been an ongoing process and the crew is learning more and more about maintaining and molding the dirt to prime it for racing.Plymouth Speedway track owner Ed Kennedy consulted with Eldora Speedway owner Tony Stewart, eight-year Eldora Maintenance Director Larry Kemp and Gary Rishe from Lernerville to gather information on what and what not to do when conditioning the track. Kennedy pledges to find the proper track procedure and to provide excellent conditions for racing entertainment. He thanks all car owners, drivers, crews, sponsors and most of all, the fans, who support the track every week. You are invited to see what the excitement is all about with the five classes of races that are scheduled for this Saturday. Gates open at 4 p.m. and all of the fun begins at 7 p.m. ET.For more information on gate prices and pit passes, visit www.plymouthspeedway.net and follow Plymouth Speedway on Facebook and Twitter.