Lawrenceburg Speedway Receives Tractor Donation for 2018
Next time you visit the famous Lawrenceburg Speedway, you might see a familiar machine from Apple Farm Service. It’s not the fastest thing on the track, but it could be the hardest working. Two Case IH tractors donated from Apple Farm Service make their laps around the track, repairing and conditioning the track for the next race.
This is the third year that Apple Farm Service has donated Case IH tractors to the Lawrenceburg Speedway. The Speedway has been delighted to use these brand new tractors to keep the race track clean and ready for races, concerts, and events.
“We’re glad we can help the Lawrenceburg Speedway!” said Bill Apple, President of Apple Farm Service. “The speedway is a historic cornerstone to this community. Apple Farm Service is happy to help this organization to keep racing alive in Dearborn County!”
The two tractors donated were a Case IH Maxxum 150 and a Farmall 90C. Both tractors will play a vital role at the speedway. The Maxxum has the power to pull larger rakes and implements, while the Farmall 90C is versatile and nimble with its front loader and easy-to-use PTO.
These two tractors will be available for sale in November to a lucky farmer, but for now, they’ll keep making their laps around the famous Lawrenceburg Speedway.