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High Limit  SPRInT CAR SERIES


  AMERICAN SPRINT CAR SERIES 

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Created in 1992, Emmett Hahn founded the American Sprint Car Series with the simple idea of promoting and growing the sport of Sprint Car racing through honesty, fairness, and integrity. That remains the founding principles of the ASCS to this day, that a person’s word is their bond. That the sport of Sprint Car racing would be built on a solid foundation that will inspire growth for generations of fans and racers. It is the mission of the American Sprint Car Series to bring Sprint Cars to the masses. That our passion for the sport will show in every event and that Sprint Cars will be alive and well for years to come.


 


Season No. 33 For The ASCS National Tour Revealed!

 

Bryan Hulbert – DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (December 2, 2023) Gearing up for the 33rd season of competition, the American Sprint Car Series presented by RacinDirt.com has set out a 49-race lineup for the 2024 season that visits 34 tracks across a dozen states.

 

A mix of familiar places and new faces, the series will also see its footprint expanding back out after consolidating tighter into the mid-west over the last two seasons.

 

“It’s been interesting doing the schedule for 2024 and being able put events back into the lineup that have been absent, as well as continue to add new events,” stated series owner Terry Mattox.

 

“It’s always a challenge putting together a lineup that makes logistical and economic sense for teams, but going to 49 events at 34 tracks is a big improvement and shows the popularity of the tour. This series has always been a proving ground for new and veteran teams. We had a great title fight for 2023, and I think 2024 is going to be even better.”

 

Breakdown by State:

 

Arkansas: Three visits into the state of Arkansas, with another potential stop still sitting as a TBA, Batesville Motor Speedway will greet the tour for the 12th time on June 22. Texarkana 67 Speedway, as of now, will end out the 2024 season with the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals on November 1 and 2.

 

Arizona: Kicking off the 2024 season at Cocopah Speedway in Somerton and Central Arizona Speedway in Casa Grande, the first four events in the desert are non-point shows for teams to get tuned up. Cocopah Speedway has seen the tour 15 times, with the last visit coming in 2017. A regular stop for the ASCS Southwest Region, Central Arizona has been on the schedule before but has never hosted the National Tour.

 

Iowa: Three Iowa ovals grace the 2024 lineup. Two regular stops and a new addition, the stop in the town of Knoxville lasts three days, dishes out over $150,000, and is the kickoff to Southern Iowa Sprint Week. Happening August 1-3, the Xtreme Powered by Mediacom 360 Knoxville Nationals, presented by Great Southern Bank, will bring the tour count to 84. Returning in September, Clay County Speedway in Spencer has a dancing partner this time, with Winneshiek Raceway in Decorah hosting their first event on Saturday, September 7, while Clay County goes green for the fourth time on Tuesday, September 10.

 

Kansas: Six nights of racing will roll through the state of Kansas with stops at five tracks. Twice at Dodge City Raceway on June 1 and August 24, the first stop at Dodge is paired with Rush County Speedway in La Crosse on May 31, with both nights paying $5,000 to win. WaKeeney Speedway joins the next trip on August 23. Lakeside and 81 Speedway each have one night in 2024, with Kansas City on May 24 and Park City on July 20.

 

Kentucky: Rolling back to life and back on the National Tour’s schedule is Paducah International Raceway. One of several tours making trips to the legendary oval, the tour’s last visit was in 2018. Surrounded by a TBA, the Kentucky date is October 12.

 

Louisiana: Tried last year and won by Mother Nature, the tour will head back to Super Bee Speedway in Chatham on April 19 and 20. Formerly Jones Motor Speedway, a Monday Speedweek show took place in 2012 and was the sixth time the tour rolled into town.

 

Missouri: The home of the Diamond of Dirt Tracks and of course, the Hockett/McMillin Memorial, Lucas Oil Speedway’s September 12, 13, and 14 event pays $10,000 to win, and is one of two tracks in the “Show-Me State” on the National lineup. Lake Ozark Speedway occupies the first round of visits on May 25 and 26. There is one TBA in Missouri as of now.

 

Montana: A much-anticipated return, Gallatin Speedway will see action on July 12, with Electric City Speedway in Great Falls back on the schedule for the first time since 2015.

 

Oklahoma: Seven nights at just as many tracks; Oklahoma has the most tracks per state on the 2024 lineup. Tulsa Speedway returns to the tour on May 10, followed by the massive Salina Highbanks Speedway the following night. Creek County Speedway on June 13 starts a three-night kick that includes Arrowhead Speedway in Colcord on June 14, then Lawton Speedway for $5,000 to win on June 15. Muskogee’s Thunder Speedway will see action on July 19, with Outlaw Motor Speedway taking August 30.

 

Texas: The most nights of any state on the schedule at nine; those are split between five facilities. South Texas Race Ranch in Corpus Christi kicks off the 2024 point’s chase on March 1 and 2, with RPM Speedway on the schedule for the first time on March 15 and 16. Two trips accounting for four nights, the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track is back for the first time since 2019 with a stop on April 5 and 6, then October 4 and 5. The finale of both doubleheaders pays $5,000 to win. A track nearly lost to the pages of history, Lone Star Speedway in Kilgore is back in action, with the tour back on August 31. The $ 5,000-to-win affair is the first time back since 2012.

 

Wisconsin: Mississippi Thunder Speedway will be the site of the tour’s first trip into the “Badger State” on September 6. The stop joins with Iowa stops at Decorah the following night, then Spencer on Tuesday.

 

TBA: One more state and two more tracks sit in the TBA column. Updates on those events will be posted once confirmed.

 

Terry Mattox will continue his role as series owner and direction of competition in 2024. Any questions about scheduling, rules, or otherwise can be directed to him via email at terry@ascsracing.com or by phone at (918) 417-0624.

 

National Tour events, with the exception of Knoxville and the Short Track Nationals, will be shown live on RacinDirt.com.

 

The 2024 season will mark the 33rd year of competition for the American Sprint Car Series. Spearheaded by the American Sprint Car Series National Tour, the ASCS Nation includes Regional Tours that encompass both wing and non-wing competition.

 

For other news, notes, and information on any of the tours under the ASCS banner, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@ascsracing).

 

2024 ASCS National Tour Schedule of Events

Date – Track (City, State) Amount to win

 

1/26-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) $3,000/win

1/27-Cocopah Speedway (Somerton, AZ) $4,000/win

2/2-Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ) $3,000/win

2/3-Central Arizona Raceway (Casa Grande, AZ) $4,000/win


 

3/1-South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, TX) $3,000/win

3/2-South Texas Race Ranch (Corpus Christi, TX) $4,000/win

3/15-RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX) $3,000/win

3/16-RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX) $4,000/win


 

4/5-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $3,000/win

4/6-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $5,000/win

4/19-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) $3,000/win

4/20-Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, LA) $4,000/win


 

5/10-Tulsa Speedway (Tulsa, OK) $4,000/win

5/11-Salina Highbanks Speedway (Salina, OK) $4,000/win

5/24-Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS) $5,000/win

5/25-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO) $3,000/win

5/26-Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO) $4,000/win

5/31-Rush County Speedway (La Crosse, KS) $5,000/win


 

6/1-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS) $5,000/win

6/13-Creek County Speedway (Sapulpa, OK) $4,000/win

6/14-Arrowhead Speedway (Colcord, OK) $4,000/win

6/15-Lawton Speedway (Lawton, OK) $5,000/win

6/21-TBA - $4,000/win

6/22-Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, AR) $4,000/win

6/28-TBA - $4,000/win

6/29-TBA - $4,000/win


 

7/12-Gallatin Speedway (Belgrade, MT) $4,000/win

7/13-Electric City Speedway (Great Falls, MT) $4,000/win

7/19-Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, OK) $4,000/win

7/20-81 Speedway (Park City, KS) $4,000/win


 

8/1-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA) $3,000/win

8/2-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA) $3,000/win

8/3-Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA) $20,000/win

8/23-WaKeeney Speedway (WaKeeney, KS) $4,000/win

8/24-Dodge City Raceway Park (Dodge City, KS) $4,000/win

8/30-Outlaw Motor Speedway (Oktaha, OK) $4,000/win

8/31-Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, TX) $5,000/win


 

9/6-Mississippi Thunder Speedway (Fountain City, WI) $4,000/win

9/7-Winneshiek Raceway (Decorah, IA) $4,000/win

9/10-Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, IA) $4,000/win

9/12-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO) $3,000/win

9/13-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO) $3,000/win

9/14-Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, MO) $10,000/win


 

10/4-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $3,000/win

10/5-Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) $5,000/win

10/11-TBA - $4,000/win

10/12-Paducah International Raceway (Paducah, KY) $4,000/win


 

11/1-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR) TBA

11/2-Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, AR) TBA

 
  ALL STAR CIRCUT OF CHAMPIONS 

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Founded by NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson and five-time World of Outlaws series champion Brad Sweet, High Limit Racing is a premier sprint car series in the United States. High Limit Racing’s mission is to improve the sprint car ecosystem and create growth opportunities for drivers, teams, and tracks, all while providing highly entertaining, time efficient events. High Limit Racing events will be streamed on FloRacing. For more information, visit highlimitracing.com.  


 

 


 
  High Limit  SPRIT CAR SERIES

www.highlimitracing.com

Founded by NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson and five-time World of Outlaws series champion Brad Sweet, High Limit Racing is a premier sprint car series in the United States. High Limit Racing’s mission is to improve the sprint car ecosystem and create growth opportunities for drivers, teams, and tracks, all while providing highly entertaining, time efficient events.



Monday's High Limit Racing Opener Postponed to Tuesday at East Bay Raceway Park

TAMPA, FL - February 12, 2024 - After a strong rain storm, Monday's High Limit Racing opener has been postponed to Tuesday afternoon - scheduled to be completed with Hot Laps beginning at 4pm then into the Monday C-Main, Dash, B-Main, and A-Main before the Tuesday program begins.


 

If you have a wristband (pit pass or reserved seat) from Monday, keep it! You'll need that to get into the first show of the day. General admission tickets will be FREE for the completion of the first show, but pit passes must be bought. With Monday's event being completed, refunds are not available.


 

Following Monday's A-Main, we'll clear the facility and run Tuesday's program with Tuesday's tickets. Fans can still buy general admission tickets for Tuesday at https://bit.ly/41GsX8G - reserved seats are sold out.


 

The pits will open at 1pm, the front gates open at 3pm, and Hot Laps begin at 4pm.


 

Make sure to follow @HighLimitRacing on X, Facebook, and Instagram to stay up-to-date with series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.


 

For fans unable to attend the track, every High Limit Racing event will be streamed live on FloRacing, the series’ exclusive streaming partner. If you’re not a FloRacing subscriber, you can sign up today here.

 

 


THE HIGH LIMIT ROOM IS OPEN: 59-Race Season Begins at East Bay This Monday & Tuesday

TAMPA, FL – February 10, 2024 – After an off-season filled with immense anticipation, the inaugural nationwide campaign for High Limit Racing is set to begin this Monday and Tuesday, February 12-13 at Tampa, FL’s East Bay Raceway Park.


 

For fans, tickets are still available for purchase at https://bit.ly/4b1Ov3N. Keep in mind, if you pre-purchase a Reserved seat you can claim a free pit pass upgrade at the track and you will be entered for a chance at the DURST Dice Roll.


 

For racers, the “Battle at the Bay” will pay $10,000-to-win, $1,000-to-start on Monday and $15,000-to-win, $1,500-to-start on Tuesday. It’s the first of 59 scheduled events for High Limit Racing, which will pay an overall points fund worth $1,000,000 with $250,000 going to the champion of the series.


 

As the exclusive Live Streaming Partner, FloRacing will broadcast every High Limit Racing event and bring hundreds of hours of original content to fans at home. If you’re not a FloRacing subscriber, you can become one today at http://www.floracing.com/HighLimit.


 

Let’s look at some of the top storylines entering the season opener:


 

THE HIGH ROLLERS: With 17 full-time competitors, the chase for the inaugural High Limit Racing National Championship and the battle for the five High Stakes Charters will be intriguing to follow all season long. The quick basics for each High Roller:


 

Driver, Age, Hometown (Owner, Number)

-       Rico Abreu, 32 y/o native of St. Helena, CA (Rico Abreu Racing #24)

-       Jacob Allen, 29 y/o native of Hanover, PA (Shark Racing #1A)

-       Spencer Bayston, 25 y/o native of Lebanon, IN (CJB Motorsports #5)

-       Tyler Courtney, 29 y/o native of Indianapolis, IN (Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC)

-       Brenham Crouch, 18 y/o native of Lubbock, TX (Crouch Motorsports #1)

-       Corey Day, 18 y/o native of Clovis, CA (Jason Meyers Racing #14)

-       Cory Eliason, 32 y/o native of Visalia, CA (Ridge & Sons Racing #8)

-       Kasey Kahne, 43 y/o native of Enumclaw, WA (Kasey Kahne Racing #9)

-       Brent Marks, 33 y/o native of Myerstown, PA (Murray-Marks Motorsports #19)

-       James McFadden, 34 y/o native of Alice Springs, NT, AUS (Roth Motorsports #83)

-       Conner Morrell, 19 y/o native of Bradenton, FL (Marc Dailey Racing #28M)

-       Justin Peck, 25 y/o native of Monrovia, IN (Buch Motorsports #13)

-       Parker Price-Miller, 25 y/o native of Kokomo, IN (PPM Racing #9P)

-       Brad Sweet, 38 y/o native of Grass Valley, CA (Kasey Kahne Racing #49)

-       Tanner Thorson, 27 y/o native of Minden, NV (Rod Gross Motorsports #88)

-       Chris Windom, 33 y/o native of Canton, IL (Vermeer Motorsports #55)

-       Zeb Wise, 21 y/o native of Angola, IN (Rudeen Racing #26)


 

TRIUMPHS IN TAMPA: Of the 17 full-time High Limit Racing competitors, three are former winners at East Bay Raceway Park. Most notably, “Sunshine” Tyler Courtney has dominated at the Tampa, FL 1/3-mile lately – sweeping two All Star Circuit of Champions shows last year and winning a third the year prior. In five starts, the Clauson-Marshall #7BC has led 72 of 120 laps and his worst finish is fourth-place.


 

Cory Eliason, now driving for Ridge & Sons Racing, has won in 360 competition and with the All Star Circuit of Champions in 2022. A trip to East Bay means Parker Price-Miller, running his own #9P, returns to the site of his first-career Sprint Car victory – which came in 360 action over the likes of notable names Rico Abreu, Christopher Bell, Greg Hodnett, and Danny Lasoski back in 2014.


 

NEW TO TOWN: Three High Limit Racing full-timers – Corey Day, Spencer Bayston, and James McFadden – will be making their first appearance at East Bay Raceway Park, heading into the two-day “Battle at the Bay” with no previous experience at the Tampa track.


 

THE CHAMP IS HERE: After topping the 11-race mini-series last year, Kyle Larson and Paul Silva have planned to hit 25+ High Limit events in 2024, including the Midweek Money Series. The iconic #57 with the Hendrick Motorsports superstar at the wheel will contest the opening seven events of the High Limit season – including both days at East Bay Raceway Park, where the duo dominated an All Star Circuit of Champions show in 2020.


 

It'll be a busy week for “Yung Money,” who will be on some sort of race track every day from Monday through Sunday. It begins with High Limit Sprint Cars in Tampa on Monday-Tuesday, then Daytona 500 activities for NASCAR from Wednesday-Sunday in his HendrickCars.com #5.


 

STARTING STRONG: With the World of Outlaws officially opening the 410 Sprint Car season this week at Volusia Speedway Park – two hours east of Tampa’s East Bay Raceway Park – many High Rollers are taking advantage of the full-time freedom to bank some extra cash and turn some crucial laps.


 

Through the opening three nights of action, the High Rollers have earned seven of nine podium spots – including a 1-2-3 sweep in Friday’s Feature led by Tyler Courtney, Rico Abreu, and Brad Sweet, who also won Wednesday’s race. The likes of Justin Peck, Brent Marks, and Kasey Kahne have also finished inside the top-10 at the Barberville, FL ½-mile.


 

OUTSIDERS TO WATCH: Expecting roughly 40 cars in attendance on Monday and Tuesday, the 17 High Rollers will be joined by a strong cast of outsiders hoping to sweep in and steal the loot.


 

Among those names are Anthony Macri, Danny Dietrich, Austin McCarl, Aaron Reutzel, Sam Hafertepe Jr, Ryan Timms, Cap Henry, Christopher Thram, Dale Blaney, Devon Borden, Davie Franek, Dylan Norris, Tim Shaffer, and plenty more.


 

Danny Smith, a 2015 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee, will also be in action with his famed #4 – creating a full circle moment for the legendary racer, who also competed in the first-ever Winternationals at East Bay when the track opened in 1977.


 

A NEW FORMAT: The event format at East Bay will begin with drivers seeded into Flights A/B for Capitol Custom Trailers Qualifying. Flight A times will set Heats 1-2 with Flight B setting Heats 3-4. The lineups will be straight up, other than the quickest qualifier in each Heat being inverted to start fourth. In Heats, the winner and the transfer with quickest qualifying time will move to the FK Rod Ends Dash. The top five are in the A-Main with all others going to B/C-Mains with the fastest non-transfers being put on front row of the B-Main.


 

If the winner of a Heat Race comes 4th (the fastest transfer), they will guarantee themselves the best available position in the Dash redraw. The A-Main lineup is set straight-up via Dash finish (1-8), Heat Race finish (9-20), and B-Main transfers (21-24).


 

Another unique aspect, being a two-day show, the top-four finishers from Monday’s preliminary A-Main will lock-in to Tuesday Heat Races – bypassing Qualifying and automatically assuming the fourth-starting spots in Heats, as if they qualified 1-4.


 

As far as championship points, the point-scale is as follows: 77-72-68-65-63-61-59-57-55-53-51-49-47-45-43-41-39-37-35-33-31-29-27-25.


 

THE LAST DANCE: Sadly, this week marks the final Winternationals ever held at East Bay Raceway Park – scheduled to hand over the keys and cease operations following the season. Monday and Tuesday’s High Limit Racing doubleheader will be the final major 410 Sprint Car event in track history, and then next weekend from Thursday-Saturday they’ll host the final edition of the well-known King of the 360s event.


 

EXTRACURICCULAR FUN: Continually focused on improving the at-track experience, High Limit fans will notice several fun tweaks to the nightly program. It begins with Fan Fest, a 30-minute slot following Qualifying and before Heat Races where the pits will open for everybody. During this time, you may find your favorite driver signing autographs at his merch trailer, you could watch how teams work on the cars, you could play games in the midway, and much more.


 

Bringing fans closer to the stars of the show, you’ll hear songs selected straight from the High Rollers as they DJ the race night – at East Bay, you’ll find out what music Jacob Allen likes. The DURST Dice Roll is back and bringing money to the fans now, offering a pre-sale ticket buyer the chance to roll the dice and if the driver in that starting spot wins, they’ll split that many thousands of dollars. The ButlerBuilt Professional Seat Systems Hot Seat allows fans to ask drivers whatever questions they want during the Dash draw – you may submit your questions at https://bit.ly/3HFQAVN


 

Make sure to follow @HighLimitRacing on X (formerly Twitter), Facebook, and Instagram to stay up-to-date with series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.

 


 

The Frozen Farmer Choose Cone is Newest High Limit Racing Addition

 

Mooresville, N.C. (February 10, 2024) – The Frozen Farmer, a farm-to-table ice cream and sorbet company, proudly presents the Frozen Farmer Choose Cone for the entirety of the 2024 High Limit Racing season. Frozen Farmer pint replicas have been stacked to create the custom “cone” that will be in action during every High Limit Racing feature event.


 

Starting at East Bay Raceway Park for the series’ season opener on February 12 and 13, the Frozen Farmer Choose Cone will be placed on the track surface during caution periods in the feature event, with the exception of any cautions with 10 laps remaining. The Frozen Farmer Choose Cone allows drivers to choose the inside or outside lane for the ensuing restart. 


 

“We are thrilled about this opportunity to support High Limit Racing because three of our four daughters started racing at the age of 5 and dirt track racing has become a huge part of not only our life, but our business, too,” says Katey Evans, Founder of The Frozen Farmer. “The Frozen Farmer believes in the positive support of dirt track racing and its fans because we have seen how loyal they are firsthand through supporting the sport at all levels and being a part of it ourselves with our own daughters’ dirt track racing team. The Frozen Farmer Choose Cone is a super creative way High Limit Racing has allowed us to showcase our product in front of hundreds of thousands of race fans around the world.”


 

As seen on ABC’s Shark Tank, The Frozen Farmer uses produce directly from the family’s 3,000-acre farm for their Delaware farm creamery location and supports the mission of upcycling fruit from other farmers across the country to create decadent ice cream, sorbet and novelty treats like the Barbie-branded Freezer Squeezer and the Elf on the Shelf ice cream cookie sandwiches. Their products are now available in major retail stores like Kroger, Wal-Mart, Giant and more. 


 

“The Frozen Farmer and the Evans family sees the passion of the motorsports fan base. From pavement to dirt and late models to sprint cars, they understand that race fans are the most supportive of any sport in the country,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing and Events Officer at High Limit Racing. “The Frozen Farmer products are available in stores across the country making it an easily accessible and perfect treat for High Limit Racing fans to grab and enjoy on the way to the track.” 


 

To learn more about The Frozen Farmer, visit www.thefrozenfarmer.com and follow @thefrozenfarmer on Instagramand Facebook


 

The High Limit Racing season fires off on Monday, February 12 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Florida. The 59-race nationwide season will conclude with a two-day finale at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway on October 11 and 12. Tickets for select events are now available here


 

Make sure to follow @HighLimitRacing on X, Facebook, and Instagram to stay up-to-date with series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.


 

As the exclusive streaming partner of High Limit Racing, every lap of every race will be live on FloRacing. Subscribe to FloRacing for High Limit Racing, USAC, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, CARS Tour coverage and more. 


 

For fans unable to attend live even, every lap of every race airs live on FloRacing, the exclusive streaming provider of High Limit Racing. If you’re not a FloRacing subscriber, sign up today here

 


Whiskey Myers Victory Lane Awaits Each High Limit Racing Night

 

“The Wolf” Named Official Victory Song of High Limit Racing


 

Mooresville, N.C. (February 12, 2024) – Multi-Platinum chart-toppers Whiskey Myers have joined the soundtrack of the 2024 High Limit Racing season, with the genre-bending band signing on as the sponsor of Whiskey Myers Victory Lane.



With the lyrics “Put me back in the saddle out on the road; The way I make a livin’ is the only way I know,” epitomizing the spirit behind High Limit Racing, Whiskey Myers’ high-energy song “The Wolf” will be the official victory song played as the victor rolls into Whiskey Myers Victory Lane each race night. Check out the full version of the song on High Limit Racing’s Spotify Playlist (a “clean” version will be used in all FloRacing broadcasts and at-track). 


 

“We loved getting to know Rico Abreu with our partnership last season – seeing our name on his sprint car was something we never imagined when we started a band,” shared Whiskey Myers drummer Jeff Hogg. “With Rico joining High Limit Racing full time in 2024, we knew we wanted to follow his lead.”


 

In addition to the at-track and in-stream partnership, the Whiskey Myers Minute, a one-minute compilation of that week’s High Limit Racing highlights, will be posted to High Limit’s Instagram account following each race week with various Whiskey Myers songs being featured. 


 

“Not only does Whiskey Myers produce great music that fits the grassroots racing brand, the members of the band are also genuine race fans,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing and Events Officer at High Limit Racing. “From support of our series to their partnership with Rico (Abreu), Whiskey Myers invests in sprint car racing and truly sees the value of the sports’ fan base and its growth potential.”


 

Whiskey Myers Victory Lane and “The Wolf” will be featured starting with the High Limit Racing season opener at East Bay Raceway Park on February 12 and 13. The 59-race nationwide season will conclude with a two-day finale at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway on October 11 and 12. Tickets for select events, including the season-opening “Battle at the Bay” are now available here


 

Like High Limit Racing, Whiskey Myers will tour the country this year playing dozens of concerts from coast-to-coast. The current tour schedule can be seen here, with more dates being added. To learn more about Whiskey Myers, visit www.whiskeymyers.com, follow @whiskeymyers on X (formerly Twitter), Facebook and Instagram and subscribe to their YouTube channel. 


 

Make sure to follow @HighLimitRacing on XFacebook, and Instagram to stay up-to-date with series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.


 

For fans unable to attend the track, every High Limit Racing event will be streamed live on FloRacing, the series’ exclusive streaming partner. If you’re not a FloRacing subscriber, you can sign up today here


 

 


 

 

High Limit Racing Partners with Musco Lighting to Deliver Unforgettable Race Night Experiences Nationwide


 

Mooresville, N.C. (February 9, 2024) – Drivers and fans alike can expect an even more revved up race night experience at tracks across the country, thanks to a newly announced partnership between High Limit Racing and Musco Lighting.


 

As part of its inaugural national tour, High Limit Racing will feature events at 39 venues across the country, nearly half of which either currently feature, or will soon feature Musco’s state-of-the-art lighting systems. This partnership will help ensure that future events continue to provide the best possible light quality for drivers and fans.


 

“Musco Lighting continues to improve not only the safety aspect of tracks around the world, but also that ‘wow’ factor that spectators love,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing & Events Officer at High Limit Racing. “We appreciate everything Musco has done – and continues to do – for motorsports venues. From Formula 1 to High Limit to kart racing, Musco has a solution for every venue at every price point.”


 

As the Official Lighting Partner of High Limit Racing, Musco will also initiate a Most Improved Driver Award program and monetary prize for the driver with the biggest improvement in average finish from the first half of the season to the second half. Each year’s award recipient will be recognized at the High Limit Racing championship banquet.


 

“High Limit Racing is committed to going all-in when it comes to providing the most exciting and memorable experiences for its racers and fans,” said Jeff Rogers, President of Musco. “We’ve been lighting tracks around the world for over 30 years, and we couldn’t be more proud to be partners in what we know will be a successful national tour.”


 

The High Limit Racing season fires off on Monday February 12 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Florida. The 59-race nationwide season will conclude with a two-day finale at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway on October 11 and 12. Tickets for select events are now available here


 

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Make sure to follow @HighLimitRacing on X (formerly Twitter), Facebook, and Instagram to stay up-to-date with series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.


 

To learn more about Musco Lighting, visit www.musco.com and follow @muscolighting on X and Facebook and @muscosportslighting on Instagram. 


 

For fans unable to attend the track, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing. If you’re not a FloRacing subscriber, you can sign up today here.

 


 

It's Time for Battle...


 

High Limit Racing kicks off its much anticipated 2024 national tour on February 12 and 13 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Fla.


 

NASCAR champion Kyle Larson joins five-time World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet and all 17 of the committed High Rollers in this two-day "Battle at the Bay".


 

Everything you need to know before heading to the track:


 

  • Pit Gates Open: 2pm
  • Grandstand Gates Open: 4pm
  • Tickets: Single day and discounted two-day packages are available for pre-purchase online.
  • Reserved seats pre-purchased online will receive a FREE pit pass add-on.
  • Pit Passes are not available for pre-purchase and are available at the track on race day.
  • Outside food and beverage, coolers, lawn chairs, seat cushions over 18" wide and weapons of any kind are prohibited.
  • East Bay Raceway Park's grandstands are smoke free.
  • If you're not attending the event, watch every lap Live on FloRacing.
PURCHASE BATTLE AT THE BAY TICKETS

The High Limit Experience Just Got An Upgrade!


 

High Limit Racing is bringing the fans straight to the drivers and race teams. Fan Fest will debut at East Bay Raceway Park, giving fans the opportunity to enter the pits or interact with drivers at their merchandise trailers. Read more at the link below.


 

Games, prizes, and more highlight Fan Fest!

LAST DANCE AT EAST BAY


 

As we prepare to say our goodbyes to East Bay Raceway Park - conducting their 48th and final season of racing in 2024 - we took a look back at how the High Rollers have fared at "The Clay by the Bay."


 

Of 17 full-time High Limit drivers, three have won at East Bay. Four drivers have finished inside the top-five and another four have posted top-10 finishes. Three High Rollers, Bayston, Day and McFadden, will be making their East Bay debut.

2024 HIGH LIMIT RACING FORMAT


 

After a lengthy, open dialogue between teams, the 2024 High Limit Racing Format has been set in stone.

Race nights will continue to consist of hot laps, qualifying, heat races, dash and feature events. But how are line-ups set for each race? Get to know the format before East Bay at the link below.


 

2024 High Limit Racing Event Format

BUTLERBUILT PROFESSIONAL SEAT SYSTEMS HOT SEAT


 

Fans can now submit questions to be answered by drivers during the Dash Draw at every High Limit Racing event.


 

If your question is chosen, you'll win a High Limit Racing prize pack!


 

Email your questions or submit them online.

2024 MERCH IS HERE


 

The wait is over!


 

The first batch of 2024 High Limit Racing merchandise is here. Tees, sweatshirts, hoodies and hats all available now, with more options to come. 


 

Get your gear at the track or purchase online before you go!

DURST DICE ROLL RETURNS


 

The Durst Dice Roll has been revamped for the 2024 High Limit Racing season. One lucky fan who pre-purchased his or her tickets online, will be chosen each night to roll the dice. Should the driver in the position they roll win the race, both the fan and driver win cold, hard cash! Read more at the link below.


 

DURST Dice Rolls Rewards Drivers AND Fans in 2024

Driver Playlist Spotlight for East Bay Raceway Park:

Jacob Allen

The 2024 High Rollers will be the DJs for this year's inaugural High Limit Racing season. Fans at-track will hear songs throughout the event, straight from the drivers.


 

Jacob Allen is up first at East Bay Raceway Park with a playlist consisting of Post Malone, Led Zepplin, Lenny Kravitz, and more! Listen to Jacob Allen's Spotify Playlist.

THE BEST OF BOTH DIRT WORLDS COLLIDE


 

High Limit Racing and the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series are joining forces for a rare doubleheader event at Golden Isles Speedway in Waynesville, Ga.


 

High Limit Racing will compete on Thursday, Feb. 22 with the Lucas Oil Date Model Dirt Series taking over the track on Friday, Feb. 23. On Saturday, February 24, see the best of both dirt worlds compete on the same track in one epic night!


 

Kyle Larson will be competing all three nights in an attempt to win both feature events in Saturday's finale. In addition, High Rollers Tyler Courtney, Chris Windom and Cory Eliason will hold the mic and contribute to FloRacing's late model coverage on Friday.


 

Tickets are now available at the links below. For all camping and trackside parking inquiries, call Golden Isles Speedway at 912-281-4081.

THURSDAY TIX
FRIDAY TIX
SATURDAY TIX
 

 

Cometic Gasket Turns the Spotlight to High Limit Racing Crew Chiefs

The Official Partner of High Limit Racing Will Reward Crew Chiefs Monthly and Honor the Crew Chief of the Year 


 

Mooresville, N.C. (February 7, 2024) – Cometic Gasket, the leading worldwide supplier of gaskets and engine sealing solutions for championship-winning race teams, understands that it takes a team to win races. Starting with the 2024 season, Cometic will honor the leader of High Limit Racing teams, the crew chief, with both a Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Month award and a season-ending Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Year award.


 

Each month of High Limit Racing competition, the crew chief whose team earns the most points will be awarded the Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Month $500 prize. At season’s end, the champion team’s crew chief will be named Cometic Gasket Crew Chief of the Year and receive a $5,000 award.


 

“Cometic Gasket is proud to partner with High Limit Racing and recognize the crew chiefs who work countless hours to prepare their race cars and position their teams for success,” said Bob Gorman, Founder and CEO of Cometic Gasket, Inc. “It takes a special individual, who thrives on hard work, isn’t concerned about awards or recognition and does it for the love of the sport. More often than not, the drivers are the ones who get the spotlight so we’re proud to put the focus on the crew chiefs with this monthly and year-end honor.”


 

Cometic Gasket, an official partner of High Limit Racing in its inaugural national season, has been a long-time supporter of not only sprint car racing, but motorsports as a whole.


 

“Cometic is a well-respected and well-known name in the motorsports industry,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing and Events Officer. “They support motorsports on every level and High Limit Racing is honored to have them also support us as we expand our footprint. Turning this partnership to the guys in the pit area who actually touch the product and work on the engines is something that made sense and just felt right by everyone involved. I’m looking forward to working with Cometic to put a bigger spotlight on these team leaders.”


 

To learn more about Cometic Gaskets, visit www.cometic.com and follow @cometicgasket on X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram and @cometic on Facebook.


 

The High Limit Racing season fires off on Monday February 12 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Florida. The 59-race nationwide season will conclude with a two-day finale at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway on October 11 and 12. Tickets for select events are now available here.


 

Make sure to follow @HighLimitRacing on X, Facebook, and Instagram to stay up-to-date with series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.


 

For fans unable to attend the track, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing. If you’re not a FloRacing subscriber, you can sign up today here

 


 

Event Format Finalized for 2024 High Limit Racing Campaign

Mooresville, N.C. (January 16, 2024) – After a lengthy open dialogue and vote between full-time teams and drivers, the 2024 High Limit Racing event format has been finalized.


 

"We put a few different options on the table and had some great back and forth conversations with our teams before coming to this conclusion," Competition Director, Mike Hess noted. "We wanted to allow our teams to have a say but also keep the fans in mind, and we feel like we accomplished that with this format we'll roll out at East Bay next month. This format is a great mix to keep things fair for the teams, while giving fans the excitement they deserve."


 

Similar to the 2023 All Star Circuit of Champions format, the 2024 High Limit Racing format took that baseline and made minor adjustments. The HLR format will utilize overall Qualifying (instead of by Heat) to determine lineups, which will still see the fastest car in each Heat inverted to 4th with others starting straight up.


 

Heats will see the winner + fastest transfer go to the Dash, the twist comes if the fastest qualifier wins the Heat Race from 4th - they'll be guaranteed the best available Dash starting spot and the next position car will go to the redraw. For example, if QuickTime wins Heat 1 from 4th, he'll automatically be on the pole of the Dash with the 1 pill removed from the draw for others.


 

Everything from the A-Main (after the Dash) to B-Main and beyond will be lined straight up by the Heat Race finishes. The front row of the B-Main is reserved for the two fastest non-transfers from Heats.


 

Once we reach 32 cars on a given race night, the field will be seeded into groups A and B (drawn for which group qualifies first) to conduct Split Qualifying for 4 Heat Races.


 

In the event of standard two-day shows without a designated special format already in place, the top 3/4 finishers from the prelim will be locked-in of sorts to the finale - exact number depends on car count. Those drivers are considered the top qualifiers on the second night but get to skip Qualifying, automatically lined up in Heat Races in those positions with all other cars behind them in the Qualifying order. The standard format takes over from there.


 

As for the points system, only A-Main events will award championship points for both the overall title and Midweek Money Series. Creating an emphasis on finishing at the front, every podium spot will receive an extra point the better they finish. The full points structure can be found at the bottom.


 

* Format is subject to change based on track size and/or conditions. 


 

Less than 20 Cars: 

- All cars qualify within a single flight to lineup 2 Heat Races (8-10 Laps)

- Quickest qualifier in each Heat is inverted to start 4th, with all others starting straight up

- All cars transfer to A-Main

- Top 2 in each Heat + fastest qualifier in top-5 go to Dash redraw. If Heat winner is fastest transfer (from 4th), they are guaranteed best available Dash starting spot and 3rd-place car from that Heat will be included in Dash.

- Those starting positions that winners occupy in front of the Dash will be taking out of available pills to draw during the Dash Draw.

- All other positions line straight up from Heat finishes in A-Main.


 

21-31 Cars:

- All cars qualify within a single flight to lineup 3 Heat Races (8-10 Laps)

- Quickest qualifier in each Heat is inverted to start 4th, with all others starting straight up

- 1st-6th transfer with all others to B-Main

- Winner + fastest transfer to Dash redraw. If Heat winner is fastest transfer (from 4th), they are guaranteed best available Dash starting spot and 2nd-place car from that Heat will be included in Dash.

- Those starting positions that winners occupy in front of the Dash will be taking out of available pills to draw during the Dash Draw.

- A-Main is lined up by finishing positions 2nd-6th from Heat Races lining straight up behind Dash cars.

- B-Main is lined up by finishing positions 7th+ from Heat Races straight up, with the 2-fastest cars that didn't transfer earning the front row of B-Main.

- B-Main transfers start straight up in the A-Main behind Heat Race transfers.


 

32+ cars:

- Split Qualifying begins at 32 cars with cars seeded into 2 groups. We will draw to see which group is A or B.

- Quickest qualifier in each Heat is inverted to start 4th, with all others starting straight up

- 1st-5th transfer with all others to B-Main, C-Main, D-Main if needed.

- Winner + fastest transfer to Dash redraw. If Heat winner is fastest transfer (from 4th), they are guaranteed best available Dash starting spot and 2nd-place car from that Heat will be included in Dash.

- A-Main is lined up by finishing positions 2nd-5th from Heat Races lining straight up behind Dash cars.

- B-Main is lined up by finishing positions 6th+ from Heat Races straight up, with the 2-fastest cars that didn't transfer earning the front row of B-Main. B-Main transfers then start straight up in the A-Main behind Heat transfers.

- C-Main and D-Main may be added depending on car count. C-Main and D-Mains transfer top-2 to the back of next main.

- B/C/D Mains may change in car count depending on track size and/or conditions.

- 1 or 2 Non-Qualifier races may be added after 48 cars are present. Top 4 or 8 transfer from Non-Qualifiers into Heat Races with others going to lowest main.


 

A-Main Points - 1. 77 PTS; 2. 72 PTS; 3. 68 PTS; 4. 65 PTS; 5. 63 PTS; 6. 61 PTS; 7. 59 PTS; 8. 57 PTS; 9. 55 PTS; 10. 53 PTS; 11. 51 PTS; 12. 49 PTS; 13. 47 PTS; 14. 45 PTS; 15. 43 PTS; 16. 41 PTS; 17. 39 PTS; 18. 37 PTS; 19. 35 PTS; 20. 33 PTS; 21. 31 PTS; 22. 29 PTS; 23. 27 PTS; 24. 25 PTS. All Non-Qualifiers receive 20 PTS.


 

The 2024 High Limit Racing campaign officially begins on Monday & Tuesday, February 12-13 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, FL, and concludes on Friday & Saturday, October 11-12 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX. Along with 25+ races paying $20,000 or more to win, teams will also compete for a $1 million championship fund and an additional $100,000 points fund for the Midweek Money Series.


 

Stay tuned to FloRacing.com to keep up with the incoming announcements as more news regarding the 2024 season rolls out. For fans unable to attend the track next year, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing.


 

About High Limit Racing

Founded by NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson and five-time World of Outlaws series champion Brad Sweet, High Limit Racing is a premier sprint car series in the United States. High Limit Racing’s mission is to improve the sprint car ecosystem and create growth opportunities for drivers, teams, and tracks, all while providing highly entertaining, time efficient events. High Limit Racing events will be streamed on FloRacing. For more information, visit highlimitracing.com. 


 

About FloSports

Founded in 2006, FloSports is a subscription video streaming service dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand access to hundreds of thousands of competition events across 25+ vertical sport categories in the US and abroad. FloSports’ vision is to give underserved sports the love they deserve. With a growing library of more than 300,000 hours of premium content including news, expert commentary, films, documentaries and more, FloSports has established itself as an innovator and leader in sports streaming. Finally, your sport has a home. For more information, please visit: flosports.tv.


 

2024 High Limit Racing Schedule


 

Day, Date – Track – Location – To Win

Monday, February 12 – East Bay Raceway Park – Tampa, FL – $10,000/Win

Tuesday, February 13 – East Bay Raceway Park –Tampa, FL – $15,000/Win

Thursday, February 22 – Golden Isles Speedway – Waynesville, GA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, February 24 – Golden Isles Speedway – Waynesville, GA – $20,000/Win


 

* Tuesday, April 9 – Riverside International Speedway – West Memphis, AR – $20,000/Win

Friday, April 12 – Texarkana 67 Speedway – Texarkana, AR – $12,000/Win

Saturday, April 13 – Texas Motor Speedway