King of The Creek 2021

March 4th, 2021

   Story courtesy of:  MDIR



MECHANICSVILLE, MARYLAND (March 4, 2021) – The 3rd annual King of the Creek returns to Maryland International Raceway ™ (MDIR) June 3rd-6th, 2021. The impressive 4-day big buck bracket event kicks off on Thursday, June 3rd and runs through Sunday, June 6th, 2021. This event is expected to be one of the largest bracket events at MDIR as the best sportsman racers from around the country will travel to compete for the substantial purses and the all-new King of the Creek Championship. Top ET racers will compete for a chance at a potential $70,000 to win over the four-day event with $10k on Thursday, $25k on Friday, $25k on Saturday, and $10k on Sunday. Plus, the Footbrake and Junior Dragster classes have once again returned. The Footbrake class will race Friday through Sunday with a chance at a significant purse each day. Footbrake racers will run for $2k on Friday, $5k on Saturday, and an additional $2k on Sunday. Junior Dragsters will have a chance at $1k on Saturday and Sunday. All these purses are GUARANTEED!

Top ET and Footbrake racers will be able to purchase their entries at the gate. There is currently no cap on the number of racers allowed in either class. Junior Dragsters, however, will be required to pre-enter the event with a maximum of 80 cars. Pre-entry will go live on April 21st at Noon.

Wesley Washington and the No Limits Production staff have been working behind the scenes to make the King of the Creek one of the best 1/8th mile bracket events in the country. With bonuses, discounts, and the all new “King of the Creek” points championship, this event will be spectacular! Can Dustin Stocksdale (Top), Keven Yates (Footbrake), and Keith Riddle (J/D) retain their King of the Creek titles? Can Steve Witherow (Top) recapture the King of the Creek Title after winning in 2019? Or will a newcomer arrive and strip the crown from them?

Be sure to check out the flyer below for all the details at this year’s event!

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• Events are open to all spectators, participants, family, and crew, with a maximum of 50% facility capacity.

• All spectators, crew, staff, and participants must wear masks.
• Hand washing/sanitizing must be done on a regular basis.

• The tower will have restricted access and will be limited to essential staff only.

• The crews will be limited on the starting line and front of the staging lanes, with social distancing extremely enforced. Our security staff and starting line staff will closely monitor this area to prevent unauthorized gathering.

• Our restrooms are equipped with hands free fixtures. Restrooms will be cleaned, stocked, and sanitized throughout the day or evening. All Pitside portlets will be moved and taken out of service.

• Concessions will be open, and lines will be marked for proper social distancing. Concession stand will follow all guidelines in place for local food service businesses.