2015 to feature full payback features

Total Destruction unveiled their full 2015 season schedule, with a handful of changes to their rules.

Now, they are working on revisions to purses and payouts.

Steve Manciocchi indicated that event pay outs for 2015 will be 100-percent pay back, with a minimum of $1000 for feature winners.

The season will again start with the Spring Fling June 20, with a 2 pm start time planned in Morris.

Total Destruction returns to the Ontario County Fair July 21-22, and 25. The Canandaigua staple will include a 7:30 pm start for heats and a race to the arena program on July 21. Roll over contests and a junk run derby follows on July 22, with an 8 pm start. The full championship program and the compact championship are planned for July 25, starting at 6 pm.

Dunkirk will play host to the Aerial Extreme Show July 31 at the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds, with a 7 pm start time planned. No combative motorsports events are planned.

The Otsego County Fair in Morris is next, taking off August 6 at 7 pm. The Midweek show will offer a full program along with trucks. Hosting two shows on August 9, the 2 pm program will offer qualifying heats to the evening's feature. The evening program starts at 6 pm, with a full set of qualifying, and compacts.

The season, at this point, will conclude with Malone's Franklin County Fair, which is back to two nights compared to last year's three.

The first night, with a 6 pm start on August 10, will debut the new stock rules for the area. A full program with the standard Franklin County rules is booked for 4 pm August 16, with roll overs and figure 8 races planned for that event.

For full rules and information, visit www.totaldestructiondemo.com