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RAINED OUT: Saturday's Show at Port Royal is Cancelled; Onto Sunday for $75,000/Win Bob Weikert Memorial

For Immediate Release

PORT ROYAL, PA (May 25, 2024) – Saturday's opening night of the Bob Weikert Memorial has been canceled due to downpouring rain and severe storms moving in during the afternoon at the Port Royal Speedway.

Kubota High Limit Racing will try again at "The Speed Palace" tomorrow, Sunday, May 26 for the finale of the Bob Weikert Memorial - paying $75,000-to-win, $2,000-to-start. More than 50+ Sprint Cars are expected to vie for the prestigious bull-head trophy.

Fans can buy reserved seating tickets for Sunday's Bob Weikert Memorial at https://www.myracepass.com/tracks/1842/tickets/1399449. Remember, every pre-sale ticket purchased enters you to be selected for the DURST Dice Roll.

Sunday is loaded full of activities at Port Royal Speedway with a donut delivery to campers at 9am, a tailgate contest at 11am, an Indy 500 Watch Party presented by Huset's High Bank Nationals at 12pm in the commercial building, a pre-race concert by Gravy, and then finally racing with Kubota High Limit Sprint Cars and Limited Late Models on the card.

For Sunday, pit passes are $50 with reserved seating $45, Adult GA $40, Students 13-18 GA $20, and Kids 12/Under FREE.

As always, every lap of the action will be streamed on FloRacing, the exclusive streaming partner of Kubota High Limit Racing. For more information and to subscribe to FloRacing, go to www.floracing.com/highlimit.

 

 

HOLLYWOOD CASINO GOES ALL-IN WITH KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING AT LAWRENCEBURG SPEEDWAY

For Immediate Release

Mooresville, N.C. (May 18, 2024) – Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg is partnering with Lawrenceburg Speedway to bring Kubota High Limit Racing back to the ‘burg on May 31st. River Rage presented by Hollywood Casino will feature NASCAR champion Kyle Larson, five-time World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet, Rico Abreu, Brent Marks, Tyler Courtney and the High Rollers battling for one-night at the southern Indiana-track for a $12,000 top prize.

Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg, operated by Penn Entertainment, is located just one mile from Lawrenceburg Speedway. The 150,000 square foot casino and hotel offers more than 1,200 slots and 70 table games. With four restaurants and bars, an event center and a dance club, Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg has something for every race fan to enjoy during race weekend!

“Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg is thrilled to sponsor the Kubota High Limit race, River Rage,” said Jennifer Woffindale, Vice President of Marketing at Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg. “Our commitment to providing top-notch entertainment and action aligns perfectly with the excitement of this event. We’re looking forward to an electrifying race day filled with thrilling moments and unforgettable experiences for all attendees.”

Kubota high Limit Racing is making its debut at the 3/8-mile high banked track in 2024. Six High Rollers have visited Victory Lane at Lawrenceburg: Sweet, Courtney, Abreu, Australian James McFadden, Spencer Bayston and Chris Windom. Indiana-native Courtney won the most recent Kubota High Limit Racing event in the Hoosier state, at Kokomo Speedway on May 13.

“Our team at Lawrenceburg Speedway has been looking forward to this race for months,” said Shane McHenry, Lawrenceburg Speedway promoter. “We can’t thank Kubota High Limit Racing and Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg enough for partnering with us on the River Rage race. The River Rage will be one of the most anticipated races ever at Lawrenceburg Speedway because of the extreme level of excitement that Kubota High Limit Racing brings to the track.”

More Kubota High Limit Racing drivers call Indiana home than any other state. Along with Courtney, Bayston, Justin Peck, Zeb Wise, and Parker Price-Miller are all Hoosiers.

Tickets for the River Rage presented by Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg event at Lawrenceburg Speedway are available online. All reserved tickets purchased online will get a free pit pass upgrade at the track on race night.

To learn more about Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg, visit www.hollywoodindiana.com and follow @hollywoodind on Facebook and X and @hollywoodindiana on Instagram.

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.

 

 

KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING GETS INTO A NEW YORK STATE OF MIND WITH STOPS AT

OUTLAW & UTICA-ROME

THURSDAY NIGHT THUNDER OPENS NY SWING AT OUTLAW SPEEDWAY

Kubota High Limit Racing sets their sights towards the northeast United States to kick off the second half of May.

A New York/Pennsylvania swing starts with a stop in Dundee, New York May 16th for Thursday Night Thunder at Outlaw Speedway. High Rollers Brad Sweet, Rico Abreu, Corey Day, Brenham Crouch, and more will race against previous Outlaw Speedway winners Tyler Courtney, Brent Marks, and Zeb Wise. Several of New York and Pennsylvania's top drivers are expected to square off against Kubota High Limit's stout roster.

Everything You Need to Know Before You Go:

THURSDAY NIGHT THUNDER AT OUTLAW SPEEDWAY

Date: Thursday, May 16

Pit Gates: 3:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:30 PM

Hot Laps: 6:45 PM

Tickets: Tickets for this event will only be available at the track the day of the event. Reserved seating, which is located in the top three rows, will be available for $45. General admission for adults will be $40 while kids 6-12 will be $20. Ages 5 and under are free. This is a cash only event!

Pit Passes: Pit passes are not available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Bags & Prohibited Items: Outside alcohol, firearms, and large coolers will NOT be permitted.

Parking: General admission parking is free.

Camping: Free overnight camping is available on site.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!

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FRIDAY MAY 17TH IS DOUBLE DOWN AT UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY

Following Thursday's trip to Outlaw Speedway, the stars of Kubota High Limit Racing will head north to Utica-Rome Speedway for "Double Down," paying $12,000 to win.

Kubota High Limit Racing's current point leader, Brad Sweet, will be joined by High Rollers Brent Marks, Jacob Allen, Zeb Wise, Tyler Courtney, and more in a battle against New York and Pennsylvania's best.

Everything You Need to Know Before You Go:

DOUBLE DOWN AT UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY

Date: Friday, May 17

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:30 PM

Tickets: General admission tickets are available to purchase online. General admission for adults will be $40 while kids 6-12 will be $20. Ages 5 and under are free.

Pit Passes: Pit passes are not available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Bags & Prohibited Items: Coolers are permitted but must not contain glass bottles.

Parking: General admission parking is free.

Camping: Camping is available on a first come first serve basis. Parking for camping can be around the perimeter of the parking area.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!

$50,000-TO-WIN EAGLE NATIONALS AROUND THE CORNER FOR KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING

Kubota High Limit Racing is taking the Eagle Nationals to another level -- paying $50,000 to win on Tuesday, June 11.

This is a can't-miss midweek thriller with the best sprint car drivers in the world coming to Nebraska's Eagle Raceway,

ZEB WISE & TYLER COURTNEY SHOWCASE FAVORITE TUNES IN NY

Zeb Wise is up first at Thursday's Outlaw Speedway event, with a finely tuned list of his favorite songs. Those songs include selections from Craig Morgan, Inner Circle, Guns N Roses, Billy Squier, Mack Morrison, and Rick James.

The following night at Utica-Rome, fans will be treated to Tyler Courtney's playlist. Tyler's top songs come from artists like Shania Twain, Luke Combs, Subline, Travis Scott, Cody Johnson, and more. You can check out Zeb and Tyler's playlists on the High Limit Racing Spotify.

BOB WEIKERT MEMORIAL TICKETS ON SALE NOW; GIANT SLATE OF EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR THE TWO-DAY SHOW

Reserved seats for next Saturday May 25th and Sunday May 26th's Bob Weikert Memorial at Port Royal Speedway are on sale NOW

Kubota High Limit Racing's High Rollers will meet the PA Posse for the first time in 2024, but the fun doesn't end there! Here's a small taste of what we have going on at this year's Bob Weikert Memorial:

Saturday Kid Zone, 3-6PM (Located behind the suites, there will be basketball, cornhole, coloring, temporary tattoos, glow sticks, driver interaction, FREE ice cream courtesy of Frozen Farmer, and MORE!
Saturday Pre-Race Show featuring Brad Strawser and Kendra Jacobs, 4:00PM (Located in the commercial building).
Sunday Indianapolis 500 Watch Party, 12PM, Green flag at 12:45PM (Located in the commercial building. You must have a ticket to the race to enter! There will be special Indy 500 giveaways, raffles, and more!)
Post Race Concerts
Weikert Golf Tournament (Friday, May 24)
Cornhole Tournament (Saturday, May 25, 11AM)
Weikert Golf Cart Raffle & MORE!

Thurs., May 16, Outlaw Speedway (Tickets Available Day of Event)
Fri., May 17: Utica Rome Speedway Tickets
Sat., May 25 & Sun., May 26: Port Royal Speedway (Tickets Available Day of Event)
Tues., May 28: Grandview Speedway Tickets

 

 

$20,000 UP FOR GRABS AT AVANTI MIDWEEK MAYHEM AT KOKOMO

The stars of Kubota High Limit Racing are making a stop at Indiana's Kokomo Speedway this Monday, May 13, for the third race in the Midweek Money Series. The $20,000-to-win Avanti Windows & Doors Midweek MAYhem event will also mark the unofficial start to Kyle Larson's "Month of May"

Indianapolis 500 rookie Kyle Larson will attempt to score the win against Indiana drivers Parker Price-Miller, Justin Peck, Tyler "Sunshine" Courtney, Zeb Wise, and Spencer Bayston before his first Indy 500 practice the following day.

Founder and owner of Avanti Window's and Doors, Jerry Petty's, love and passion for the sport of dirt track racing molded not only the Midweek MAYhem event but also the careers of High Roller, Justin Peck, USAC National Sprint Car driver, Kyle Cummins, and USAC National Midget driver, Drake Edwards. Jerry shares High Limit's vision for growth in sprint car racing and we not only look forward to Monday's Midweek MAYhem event but we also look forward to working with Jerry and team for years to come.

Everything You Need to Know Before You Go:

AVANTI WINDOWS & DOORS MIDWEEK MAYHEM AT KOKOMO SPEEDWAY

Date: Monday, May 13

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:30 PM

Tickets: Reserved seats ($45, all ages) and general admission ($40 adults, $20 ages 6-12, Free 5 & Under) tickets are available to purchase online. All reserved seats purchased online will receive a FREE pit pass upgrade at the track. Pit pass upgrades end at 7:30 PM. (REMINDER: Durst Dice Roll winners are randomly selected from our list of pre-purchased tickets!)

Pit Passes: Pit passes are not available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Bags & Prohibited Items: All bags will be subject to search upon arrival. Outside food or beverages will not be permitted. No fireworks, coolers, or stadium seats larger than 12 inches high and 15 inches wide. There is also no smoking permitted inside the gates.

Parking: General admission parking is free.

Camping: Campers may park at the south end of the front parking lot. You must pull all the way south due to limited parking. There will be signage to follow.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!

KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT DRIVERS, INDY 500 PACE TRUCK & DISPLAY HIGHLIGHT FAN FEST AT KOKOMO

Kubota High Limit fans will be treated to a special Fan Fest before the start of Monday's Avanti Windows & Doors Midweek MAYhem event at Kokomo Speedway.

The pre-race Fan Fest will begin at 5pm, featuring driver autograph sessions and Kubota High Limit Racing games and giveaways. Indianapolis Motor Speedway will also be at the track with their IMS Field Team, promotional items, and an Indianapolis 500-themed photo opportunity for fans.

Kubota High Limit Racing partner Driven2SaveLives will also be at the track with a fan experience area where fans can sign up to be organ donors or learn more about donation and transplantation. The display will feature games, giveaways and autograph sessions with #14BC driver Corey Day and current Kubota High Limit Racing point leader, Brad Sweet. You can also catch several of Kubota High Limit's roster of drivers at their t-shirt trailers for autographs and photos.

The famous Indianapolis 500 Gordon Pipers who play at every Indianapolis 500 are going to kick off the start of the Avanti Windows & Doors Midweek MAYhem at Kokomo by playing the National Anthem at opening ceremonies.

IMS PRESIDENT DOUG BOLES TO BE HONORARY STARTER FOR AVANTI MIDWEEK MAYHEM AT KOKOMO

Indianapolis Motor Speedway's President, Doug Boles, is slated to be the honorary starter for Monday's Avanti Windows & Doors Midweek MAYhem event at Kokomo Speedway.

The event highlights Kyle Larson's start of the "Month of May" in the state of Indiana. The following day will be Kyle's first day for Indy 500 practice.

JUSTIN PECK TO SHOWCASE TOP TUNES AT KOKOMO

#GYATK and get ready to listen to Avanti driver and last year's High Limit Kokomo Speedway defending race winner Justin Peck's favorite race day songs.

Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice, Sing for the Moment by Eminem, Boys Round Here by Blake Shelton, and Down with the Sickness by Disturbed showcase Justin's musical selections. You can check out Justin's playlist on the High Limit Racing Spotify.

SPRING NEW YORK SWING ON DECK FOR KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING

Following Kokomo's Midweek MAYhem, the stars of Kubota High Limit Racing will head to the northeastern part of the United States making stops at Outlaw Speedway and Utica-Rome Speedway.

Thursday, May 16, the High Rollers take on the 4/10th semi banked oval in Dundee, NY. Tickets for the Outlaw Speedway event will only be available at the racetrack on the day of the event.

Then on Friday, May 17, the focus shifts to Utica-Rome Speedway for the New York finale. Catch racing's hottest stars: Brad Sweet, Corey Day, James McFadden, Tyler Courtney, Jacob Allen, and more as they take on New York and Pennsylvania's best.

Tickets to next Friday's Utica-Rome Speedway event can be purchased by visiting our website, www.highlimitracing.com.

Mon., May 13, Kokomo Speedway Tickets
Thurs., May 16, Outlaw Speedway (Tickets Available Day of Event)
Fri., May 17: Utica Rome Speedway Tickets
Sat., May 25 & Sun., May 26: Port Royal Speedway (Tickets Available Day of Event)
Tues., May 28: Grandview Speedway Tickets

 

 

Fonda Speedway’s May 18 Date with Kubota High Limit Racing is Canceled

FONDA, NY (May 9, 2024) – The Kubota High Limit Racing event at New York’s Fonda Speedway, originally scheduled for Saturday, May 18, has been canceled. Safety concerns, coupled with a wet forecast leaving the track unable to make the proper adjustments in time, have led to series and track officials agreeing to cancel the event for this year.

Fans who have purchased tickets for Fonda Speedway have the option of moving their ticket order to the Utica-Rome Speedway event on Friday, May 17. In doing so, each ticket transferred will receive a free pit pass upgrade at Utica-Rome. To transfer your order, please email kendra@highlimitracing.com by 5 p.m., ET on Saturday, May 11.

All other ticket orders for Fonda Speedway, including camping and infield parking, will be refunded to the original form of payment.

The two preceding events in “The Empire State” are still on as planned with Kubota High Limit Racing visiting Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, NY on Thursday, May 16 and Utica-Rome Speedway in Vernon, NY on Friday, May 17.

Before heading east, the Kubota High Limit Racing season resumes this weekend with three races in four days slated across Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana. Teams will race at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, IA this Friday, May 10, then Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, IL this Saturday, May 11, and finally the Midweek Money Series resumes at Kokomo Speedway in Kokomo, IN this Monday, May 13.

Fans can buy tickets to upcoming races at https://bit.ly/4b1Ov3N - remember, every pre-sale ticket purchased enters you to be selected for the DURST Dice Roll.

As always, every lap of the action will be streamed on FloRacing, the exclusive streaming partner of Kubota High Limit Racing. For more information and to subscribe to FloRacing, go to www.floracing.com/highlimit.

 

 

KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT GEARS UP FOR TRIPS TO 34 RACEWAY

& TRI CITY SPEEDWAY

RETURN TO 34 RACEWAY KICKS OFF DOUBLEHEADER WEEKEND

The stars of Kubota High Limit Racing are hitting the road for West Burlington, Iowa this Friday, May 10, for another thrilling showdown at 34 Raceway!

Kubota High Limit Racing points leader, Brad Sweet, will lead a stout field of High Rollers Rico Abreu, Tyler Courtney, Brent Marks, Corey Day, and more to face Iowa's best.

Everything You Need to Know Before You Go:

34 RACEWAY

Date: Friday, May 10

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:30 PM

Tickets: General admission tickets are available to purchase online. Adults $40, kids 6-12 $20. Kids 5 & under are free. All adult tickets purchased online will receive a FREE pit pass upgrade at track. (REMINDER: Durst Dice Roll winners are randomly selected from our list of pre-purchased tickets!)

Pit Passes: Pit passes are not available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Bags & Prohibited Items: All bags will be subject to search upon arrival. Outside food or beverages will not be permitted. No firearms, fireworks, or weapons of any kind are permitted. Umbrellas are also prohibited. There is also no smoking permitted in the grandstand area.

Parking: General admission parking is free.

Camping: For camping inquiries, contact 34 Raceway at promoter@34raceway.com

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!

DRIVERS TO SPIN THE WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY WHEEL AT 34 & TRI-CITY

NASCAR returns to WWT Raceway in St. Louis on June 1 & 2 for the Enjoy Illinois 300. The track is offering an "all-in" ticket package at just $67 for the Cup race on June 2, which includes access to concerts by T-Pain, Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson and more.


TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY HOSTS KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING

SAT. MAY 11TH

The weekend continues with the High Rollers of Kubota High Limit Racing return to Tri-City Speedway, Saturday, May 11, for a $12,000 to win shootout.

Illinois' own, Chris Windom will lead a stellar group of High Rollers including Kasey Kahne, Brad Sweet, Jacob Allen, James McFadden, and more into the Granite City 3/8th mile oval.

Everything You Need to Know Before You Go:

TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY

Date: Saturday, May 11

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:30 PM

Tickets: Reserved and general admission tickets are both available to purchase online. Reserved seating $40 for all ages. Adult general admission $35, Children 6-12 $20. Kids 5 & under are free. All advanced reserved seat tickets will receive a free pit pass upgrade at track. (REMINDER: Durst Dice Roll winners are randomly selected from our list of pre-purchased tickets! Don't miss out on your chance to win BIG!)

Pit Passes: Pit passes are not available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Bags & Prohibited Items: All bags will be subject to search upon arrival. No firearms, fireworks, and weapons of any kind are permitted. Stadium seats, coolers, and outside food and beverage are also prohibited. There is also no smoking permitted in the grandstand area.

Parking: General admission parking is free.

Camping: For camping inquiries, please call Tri-City Speedway at 636-448-9111.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!

POINTS SHAKEUP AFTER LAKESIDE WEEKEND

Following Shane Stewart's Heartland of America Showdown, NAPA driver Brad Sweet not only walked away with a cool $70,000 ($50,000 Saturday win + $10,000 Friday win + $10,000 Wilkerson-Forge bonus from Shane Stewart promoted events at Red Dirt and Lakeside) but he also jumped into the top spot for the 2024 Kubota High Limit Racing championship standings.

CJB Motorsports' Spencer Bayston also landed in the fifth and final High Stakes Charter spot.

MCFADDEN & WINDOM CUE THEIR TUNES FOR
34 & TRI-CITY

Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia driver James McFadden takes over the sounds of 34 Raceway, this Friday, May 10.

James' playlist features Parkway Drive, Incubus, Van Morrison, Seether, Chris Stapleton, System of a Down, and more!

Saturday's visit to Tri-City Speedway will showcase the musical selections of Canton, IL's Chris Windom. The NOS Energy Drink sprint car driver's playlist includes songs by Breaking Benjamin, Ludacris, Chevelle, Queen, Paramore, George Strait, and more. You can check out James and Chris' Playlists on the High Limit Racing Spotify.

 

 

SWEET WEEKEND: Brad Sweet Sweeps Shane Stewart's Heartland of America Showdown at Lakeside

KANSAS CITY, KS - May 4, 2024 - A race fan couldn't ask for much more than what Saturday's finale of Shane Stewart's Heartland of America Showdown delivered at Kansas City's Lakeside Speedway.

With the nation's best Sprint Car drivers going toe-to-toe for $50,000 - the highest payday of the year, to date - fans saw three different leaders and an intense finale restart to decide the biggest win of the young Kubota High Limit Racing campaign.

After driving straight to the dirt track following NASCAR Cup Series Qualifying, Kyle Larson promptly earned the pole position thanks to a win in the FK Rod Ends Dash. With teenage sensation Corey Day starting to his outside, it was "Yung Money" and "New Money" leading the field to green for 30 laps.

Day established control off the jump, clearing a slider on Larson through turn three to lead the opening circuit. The Jason Meyers Racing, Sander Engineering #49 controlled the first 14 laps before business really picked up as Larson and Sweet made it a three-car battle for the lead while dealing with thick lap traffic.

Larson made his move on Lap 14 when he went side-by-side with Day down the fronstretch and secured the lead. It wouldn't last long, however, as Sweet came breathing down his neck and made a big move to take the lead away on Lap 18 with a deep slider into turn three.

Sweet led the final 13 laps but it was not without a fight as Larson threw everything he had at the #49 on the final three restarts. It just wasn't enough, though, as "The Big Cat" secured his fourth win of 2024 with Kubota High Limit Racing and banked a $70,000 weekend with the Wilkerson-Forge Bonus.

With the win, the Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49 moved past the Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC to become the new championship leader through 12/57 races.

Kyle Larson settled for a P2 finish behind his brother-in-law, cashing a $20,000 check for the Silva Motorsports, Finley Farms #57. He'll now turn his attention back to the NASCAR Cup Series tomorrow afternoon as he gets back in the Hendrick Motorsports #5 at Kansas Speedway down the road.

Making a move on the final restart, James McFadden earned his first-career podium with Kubota High Limit Racing. A third-place finish for the Roth Motorsports #83 paid out $10,000 on Saturday night.

Corey Day and Justin Peck closed out the top-five while Brent Marks, Rico Abreu, Tyler Courtney, Kasey Kahne, and Ryan Timms rounded out the top-10.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (5/4/24)

Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Brian Brown (13.941 seconds)

TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Brian Brown

DMI Heat Two Winner - James McFadden

BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Rico Abreu

Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - Corey Day

FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Kyle Larson

B-Main Winner - Hunter Schuerenberg

Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Brad Sweet (14.281 seconds)

Hard Charger - Hunter Schuerenberg +9, 21st-to-12th

Lap Leaders - Corey Day 1-13; Kyle Larson 14-17; Brad Sweet 18-30.

Kubota A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 49-Brad Sweet[6]; 2. 57-Kyle Larson[1]; 3. 83-James McFadden[5]; 4. 14-Corey Day[2]; 5. 13-Justin Peck[12]; 6. 19-Brent Marks[3]; 7. 24-Rico Abreu[8]; 8. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[7]; 9. 9-Kasey Kahne[11]; 10. 5T-Ryan Timms[17]; 11. 1A-Jacob Allen[15]; 12. 19H-Hunter Schuerenberg[21]; 13. 27B-Jake Bubak[9]; 14. 88-Tanner Thorson[23]; 15. 55-Chris Windom[20]; 16. 52-Blake Hahn[19]; 17. 26-Zeb Wise[22]; 18. 9P-Parker Price Miller[18]; 19. 51B-Joe B Miller[24]; 20. 3-Ayrton Gennetten[14]; 21. 21-Brian Brown[4]; 22. 5-Spencer Bayston[13]; 23. 8-Cory Eliason[10]; 24. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[16]

Updated Championship Standings (After 12/57 Races):

1. Kasey Kahne Racing #49 - Brad Sweet (816 PTS)

2. Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC - Tyler Courtney (-8 PTS)

3. Murray-Marks Motorosports #19 - Brent Marks (-61 PTS)

4. Jason Meyers Racing #14 - Corey Day (-69 PTS)

5. Rico Abreu Racing #24 - Rico Abreu (-171 PTS)

6. CJB Motorsports #5 - Spencer Bayston (-175 PTS)

7. Shark Racing #1A - Jacob Allen (-179 PTS)

8. Roth Motorsports #83 - James McFadden (-211 PTS)

9. PPM Racing #9P - Parker Price-Miller (-212 PTS)

10. Buch Motorsports #13 - Justin Peck (-224 PTS)

11. Rudeen Racing #26 - Zeb Wise (-252 PTS)

12. Rod Gross Motorsports #88 - Tanner Thorson (-263 PTS)

13. Kasey Kahne Racing #9 - Kasey Kahne (-268 PTS)

14. Ridge & Sons Racing #8 - Cory Eliason (-313 PTS)

15. Vermeer Motorsports #55 - Chris Windom (-330 PTS)

16. Crouch Motorsports #1 - Brenham Crouch (-369 PTS)

UP NEXT: Next weekend, Kubota High Limit Racing will return to a pair of tracks that hosted the series last year during the Midweek Money Series.

On Friday, May 10, it's 34 Raceway in West Burlington, IA. On Saturday, May 11, it's Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, IL. Both races will pay $12,000-to-win, $1,200-to-start.

 

 

PRELIM POUNCE: Brad Sweet Tops Tyler Courtney at Lakeside Speedway, Racing for $50K on Saturday

KANSAS CITY, KS - May 3, 2024 - The stars were out in full force as Shane Stewart's Heartland of America Showdown opened on Friday night at Kansas City's Lakeside Speedway with 39 of the nation's best beginning their quest for a $50,000 payday.

Altoona, Iowa's Austin McCarl earned the pole position by winning the FK Rod Ends Dash and was joined by Parker Price-Miller on the front row of the 25-lap A-Main. McCarl led the opening five circuits before it became a three-way battle for the lead and things really heated up.

Third-starting Tyler Courtney officially took the lead on Lap 6 and promptly brought fifth-starting Brad Sweet with him as the duo split McCarl and formed their own fight for control of the field. Officially, "Sunshine" and "The Big Cat" only swapped the lead four times - but there were countless exchanges and slidejobs that won't go down in the box score.

Courtney controlled the next three laps before Sweet edged ahead, then Country cruised back to lead another four before Sweet finally stole it for good on Lap 14. The Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49 ran off into lap traffic and officially won by a 2.818-second margin of victory.

Sweet's third win of the year ties him with Corey Day as the winningest driver with Kubota High Limit Racing in 2024.

Championship leader Tyler Courtney claimed his eighth podium win the opening 11 races as the Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC finished P2 behind Sweet.

Kyle Larson began his double duty weekend with a strong 12th-to-3rd bid in Paul Silva's #57 - his first podium with Kubota High Limit Racing since winning the season opener. He'll Qualify his Hendrick Motorsports #5 at Kansas Speedway tomorrow, then haul back to Lakeside Speedway to chase a $50,000 win.

Brent Marks kept his streak alive with his 11th top-10 in the 11th race of the year, finishing 4th aboard the Murray-Marks Motorsports #19. Marks, along with Sweet, Courtney and Larson, is locked-in for Saturday's Heat Races as a top-four preliminary finisher.

Rounding out the top-10 at Lakeside was Austin McCarl, Parker Price-Miller, Sam Hafertepe Jr, Spencer Bayston from 23rd, Rico Abreu, and Kasey Kahne.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (5/3/24)

Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, KS)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Tyler Courtney (14.738 seconds)

TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Kaleb Johnson

DMI Heat Two Winner - Austin McCarl

BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Joe B. Miller

Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - Brad Sweet

FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Austin McCarl

B-Main Winner - Chris Windom

Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Tyler Courtney (14.866 seconds)

Hard Charger - Spencer Bayston +15, 23rd-to-8th

Lap Leaders - McCarl 1-5; Courtney 6-8; Sweet 9; Courtney 10-13; Sweet 14-25

Kubota A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 49-Brad Sweet[5]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[3]; 3. 57-Kyle Larson[12]; 4. 19-Brent Marks[7]; 5. 88A-Austin McCarl[1]; 6. 9P-Parker Price Miller[2]; 7. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[9]; 8. 5-Spencer Bayston[23]; 9. 24-Rico Abreu[11]; 10. 9-Kasey Kahne[6]; 11. 51B-Joe B Miller[8]; 12. 1A-Jacob Allen[14]; 13. 14-Corey Day[17]; 14. 21-Brian Brown[19]; 15. 13-Justin Peck[18]; 16. 5T-Ryan Timms[24]; 17. 88-Tanner Thorson[13]; 18. 26-Zeb Wise[15]; 19. 83-James McFadden[10]; 20. 55-Chris Windom[21]; 21. 1-Brenham Crouch[25]; 22. 12X-Paul Nienhiser[20]; 23. 5B-Karter Sarff[22]; 24. 22K-Kaleb Johnson[4]; 25. 19H-Hunter Schuerenberg[16]

Updated Championship Standings (After 11/57 Races):

1. Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC - Tyler Courtney (751 PTS)

2. Kasey Kahne Racing #49 - Brad Sweet (-12 PTS)

3. Murray-Marks Motorosports #19 - Brent Marks (-57 PTS)

4. Jason Meyers Racing #14 - Corey Day (-69 PTS)

5. CJB Motorsports #5 - Spencer Bayston (-139 PTS)

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6. Shark Racing #1A - Jacob Allen (-165 PTS)

7. Rico Abreu Racing #24 - Rico Abreu (-165 PTS)

8. PPM Racing #9P - Parker Price-Miller (-184 PTS)

9. Roth Motorsports #83 - James McFadden (-214 PTS)

10. Buch Motorsports #13 - Justin Peck (-222 PTS)

11. Rudeen Racing #26 - Zeb Wise (-226 PTS)

12. Rod Gross Motorsports #88 - Tanner Thorson (-243 PTS)

13. Kasey Kahne Racing #9 - Kasey Kahne (-258 PTS)

14. Ridge & Sons Racing #8 - Cory Eliason (-275 PTS)

15. Vermeer Motorsports #55 - Chris Windom (-308 PTS)

16. Crouch Motorsports #1 - Brenham Crouch (-324 PTS)

UP NEXT: Shane Stewart's Heartland of America Showdown will conclude tomorrow, Saturday, May 4, with a $50,000-to-win, $2,000-to-start purse for Kubota High Limit Racing at Kansas City's Lakeside Speedway. Tickets are available for purchase at HighLimitRacing.com.

 

 

 

AVANTI WINDOWS & DOORS BRINGING MAYHEM ON A MONDAY AT KOKOMO SPEEDWAY

For Immediate Release

Mooresville, N.C. (May 2, 2024) – Avanti Windows & Doors, a leading manufacturer and installation contractor of vinyl window and door systems throughout the South & Southwest, has partnered with Kubota High Limit Racing as the title sponsor of the upcoming Avanti Windows & Doors Midweek MAYhem event at Kokomo Speedway on May 13. The Monday-night race is part of Kubota High Limit Racing’s 10-race Midweek Money Series and will pay $20,000 to the winner.

NASCAR driver and Kubota High Limit Racing co-founder Kyle Larson will kick off his “Month of May” in Indiana with the Avanti Windows & Doors Midweek MAYhem before his first Indianapolis 500 practice the following day. Larson will be joined by current Midweek Money Series points leader Corey Day, five-time Outlaw champion Brad Sweet, last year’s Kubota High Limit Racing winner at Kokomo, Justin Peck and the full time Kubota High Limit Racing “High Rollers”.

“I simply love racing and want to continue to support the sport and be a part of its growth,” said Jerry Petty, founder and owner of Avanti Windows & Doors. “We’re not only the sponsor of the event, but also a season-long sponsor of High Roller Justin Peck and the Buch Motorsports team. Justin won this event last year, and I know it would mean a lot to all of us to win it again in May in Indiana.”

Avanti Windows & Doors continues to support a myriad of motorsports entities including the aforementioned Buch Motorsports team and Peck, Knoxville Raceway’s Capitani Classic, USAC National Sprint Car Series “Cornbelt Classic” at Knoxville Raceway, Western World Championships, USAC’s CRA Series, and Central Arizona Raceway. Petty also owns two USAC teams, a USAC National Sprint Car team driven by Kyle Cummins and a USAC National Midget Series team driven by Drake Edwards.

“Jerry’s passion for dirt racing is evident through the partnerships he continues to cultivate in this sport,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing and Events Officer for Kubota High Limit Racing. “Jerry shares High Limit’s vision for growth in sprint car racing. We’re looking forward to working with him for years to come and continuing to build this partnership for the betterment of the sport.”

More Kubota High Limit Racing drivers call Indiana home than any other state. Along with Peck, current points leader Tyler “Sunshine” Courtney, Zeb Wise, Spencer Bayston and Parker Price-Miller are all Hoosiers. Indiana dignitary and Indianapolis Motor Speedway President, Doug Boles, will also participate in the event as the Honorary Starter.

Tickets for the Avanti Windows & Doors Midweek MAYhem event at Kokomo Speedway are available online. All reserved tickets purchased online will get a free pit pass upgrade at the track on race night.

A pre-race Fan Fest will begin at 5pm, featuring driver autograph sessions and Kubota High Limit Racing games and giveaways. Indianapolis Motor Speedway will also be at the track with their IMS Field Team, promotional items, and an Indianapolis 500-themed photo opportunity for fans. Kubota High Limit Racing partner Driven2SaveLives will also be at the track with a fan experience area where fans can sign up to be organ donors or learn more about donation and transplantation. The display will feature games, giveaways and autograph sessions with Corey Day and other High Limit Racing drivers.

To learn more about Avanti Windows & Doors, visit www.avantiwindow.com and follow Petty Performance Racing on Facebook and Twitter.



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.

 

 

A PAIR OF HIGH-PAYING EVENTS HIGHLIGHT KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING'S TRIP TO KANSAS

"KANSAS KLASH"

MIDWEEK MOENY SERIES EVENT AT 81 SPEEDWAY

The stars of Kubota High Limit Racing are heading to 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas, for the $20,000-to-win Midweek Money Series "Kansas Klash."

NASCAR star Kyle Larson will "rumble" with Midweek Money Series point leader Corey Day, Brad Sweet, Rico Abreu and more on Wednesday night!



Everything You Need to Know Before You Go:

"KANSAS KLASH" AT 81 SPEEDWAY

Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:30 PM

Tickets: General admission tickets are available to purchase online. Adults are $40, kids 6-12 are $20, while kids 5 & under are free. Purchase tickets at the link below. (REMINDER: Durst Dice Roll winners are randomly selected from our list of pre-purchased tickets!)

Pit Passes: Pit passes are NOT available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event. Pit pass upgrades will be available, however, your grandstand ticket must be purchased and scanned prior to obtaining your pit pass.

Bags & Prohibited Items: There is a clear bag policy for this event. No stadium seats will be allowed for this event. All bags will be subject to search upon arrival. No firearms, fireworks, or weapons of any kind are permitted. Umbrellas and outside food and beverage are also prohibited. There is also no smoking permitted in the grandstand area.

Parking: Tailgate parking in the pit area is available for purchase online or at the track for $50. All guests in the car must purchase a pit pass. General admission parking is free.

Camping: For camping inquiries, contact 81 Speedway at 316-755-1781.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!

 

 

SUNOCO RACE FUELS TO FUEL THE HIGH ROLLERS AS THE OFFICIAL RACING FUEL OF KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING

For Immediate Release

Mooresville, N.C. (April 26, 2024) – Sunoco Race Fuels, the largest manufacturer of racing gasolines in the world, will fuel Kubota High Limit Racing for the 2024 season and beyond as the “Official Racing Fuel of High Limit Racing”. Sunoco Race Fuels has 60 years of on-track victories and will now add Kubota High Limit Racing wins to their storied history.

“Sunoco Race Fuels is thrilled to be a part of the High Limit Racing family and proud to be the official fuel of one of the most exciting forms of motorsports on the planet,” said Ritchie Lewis, Partnership Sales Manager of Sunoco Race Fuels. “We offer only the highest quality racing fuel available through our extensive distributor network to keep the cars and stars of High Limit slinging dirt across the country. For more information on Sunoco Race Fuels or to find a dealer in your area please visit SunocoRaceFuels.com."

Sunoco Race Fuels sells fuel through a network of Regional Distributors. These distributors will work directly with Kubota High Limit Racing to provide pure methanol for the sprint car teams racing on the tour.

“From NASCAR to NHRA to Lucas Oil Late Model Series, Sunoco has shown a commitment to partnering with elite motorsports series, and we are honored to have High Limit Racing added to that list” said Kendra Jacobs, Kubota High Limit Racing Chief Marketing & Events Officer. “Sunoco Race Fuels is synonymous with motorsports around the world and we look forward to showcasing their brand and famous logo to dirt racing fans from coast-to-coast.”

Sunoco Racing Fuel’s partnership with Kubota High Limit Racing will start at the May 1st “Kansas Klash” at 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kansas. The series will then head to Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City on May 2 and 3, just 10 minutes away from NASCAR action at Kansas Speedway on the same weekend. Sunoco Racing Fuels is also the “Official Fuel of NASCAR”. Tickets for these High Limit Racing events and more are available at www.highlimitracing.com.

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

To learn more about Sunoco and its storied motorsports history, visit www.sunocoracefuels.com and follow @sunocoracefuels on X, Instagram and Facebook.

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

 

 

MIDWEEK MONEY SERIES CONTINUES TUESDAY AT RIVERSIDE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING HEADS TO "THE DITCH" FOR MIDWEEK MONEY SERIES EVENT

The stars of Kubota High Limit Racing are sprinting into Riverside International Speedway this Tuesday, April 23 for the second race in the Midweek Money Series.

NASCAR star Kyle Larson will "rumble" with High Rollers Rico Abreu, Tyler Courtney, Jacob Allen, Corey Day, and more.

Everything You Need to Know Before Heading to the Track:

RIVERSIDE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

Date: Tuesday, April 22, 2024

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:30 PM

Tickets: Reserved seating is available for $45. Adult general admission is $40 while kids 6-12 are $20. Kids 5 and under are FREE. Pit pass upgrades will be available to purchase at the racetrack. You must scan your ticket at general admission first before upgrading to a pit pass at the pit shack. Bypass the line and purchase your tickets today at the link below.

Pit Passes: Pit passes are NOT available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Bags & Prohibited Items: Outside food and beverage are prohibited. No umbrellas or stadium seats larger than 18-inches are allowed. . Please note that there is a no smoking policy at this venue.

Camping: For camping inquiries, contact Riverside International Speedway at 870-735-8071.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!
Midweek Money Series High Roller, Cole Macedo, is bringing his music taste to the fans at Riverside International Speedway!

Cole's driver playlist will be played throughout Tuesday's event at "the Ditch." The playlist consists of songs by Green Day, Macklemore, Darius Rucker, G-Eazy, and more. You can check out Cole's Playlist on the High Limit Racing Spotify.

MIDWEEK MONEY SERIES RACE #3: KANSAS KLASH AT 81 SPEEDWAY

WED. MAY 1ST

The Kubota High Limit Racing series rolls into Park City, Kansas at 81 Speedway on Wednesday, May 1, for the $20,000 to win "Kansas Klash."

NASCAR champion Kyle Larson joins High Rollers Corey Day, Jacob Allen, Brad Sweet, and Rico Abreu alongside Knoxville champion Brian Brown for a "Klash" of the best sprint car stars in the country.

Tues., April 23, Riverside International Speedway Tickets
Wed., May 1, 81 Speedway Tickets
Fri., May 3 - Sat. May 4, Lakeside Speedway Tickets
Fri., May 10, 34 Raceway Tickets
Sat., May 11, Tri City Speedway Tickets

 

 

ANOTHER ONE: Brad Sweet Completes Weekend Sweep with Kubota High Limit Racing Win at Salina Highbanks

After waiting 10 races to get his first-career win with Kubota High Limit Racing, Brad Sweet didn't waste any time at all waiting for his second taste of victory with the series.

"The Big Cat" knocked the first W out of the way on Friday night at Southern Oklahoma Speedway and then came back 24 hours later to do it again, going back-to-back with a win at Salina Highbanks Speedway on Saturday night.

The Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49 started from the outside pole with Australian James McFadden leading the field to green in the Roth Motorsports, Mobil1 #83.

McFadden led the opening eight laps before Sweet put the pressure on him with some help from lap traffic. Sweet stole the lead on Lap 9, McFadden took it back on Lap 10, then they came crashing together on Lap 11 during the most dramatic moment of the race.

Battling for the lead, the #49 and #83 collided in turns three and four sending McFadden flying through the air and over the banking for a tumble. He quickly climbed out of the car under his own power, but had to swallow his first finish outside the top-10 this year as they DNF'ed.

From there, Sweet set the #49 on cruise control until a caution on the final lap set up another green-white-checkered where he was left exposed. Brent Marks was able to throw one last haymaker coming to the white flag, but was unable to clear the #49 as he had to watch him drive off to the checkered flag.

For Marks, the Myerstown Missile ended up 2nd for his second runner-up of the year, as he still continues to chase that first-career win with Kubota High Limit Racing. Like the KKR #49, the Murray-Marks #19 still remains a perfect nine-for-nine in top-10 finishes with the series this year.

Behind them, Rico Abreu was pumped to earn his first podium finish of the year with Kubota High Limit Racing. The St. Helena, CA native brought the #24 home with a P3 finish as he capped off a big points night as he approaches the High Stakes Charter position.

Jacob Allen finished fourth with Tyler Courtney earning another Hard Charger Award, thanks to a huge 20th-to-5th bid that will keep the Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC atop the championship standings.

Zeb Wise, Justin Peck, Corey Day, Brian Brown, and Cory Eliason rounded out the top-10 at Salina on Saturday.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (4/20/24)
Salina Highbanks Speedway (Pryor, OK)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Brad Sweet (11.585 seconds)
TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Brian Brown
DMI Heat Two Winner - Brent Marks
BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Rico Abreu
FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Spencer Bayston
Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - James McFadden (13.130)
Hard Charger - Tyler Courtney +15, 20th-to-5th
Lap Leaders - McFadden 1-8; Sweet 9; McFadden 10; Sweet 11-30.

Kubota A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 49-Brad Sweet[2]; 2. 19-Brent Marks[3]; 3. 24-Rico Abreu[4]; 4. 1A-Jacob Allen[12]; 5. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[20]; 6. 26-Zeb Wise[10]; 7. 13-Justin Peck[5]; 8. 14-Corey Day[19]; 9. 21-Brian Brown[6]; 10. 8-Cory Eliason[17]; 11. 55-Chris Windom[21]; 12. 18T-Tanner Holmes[7]; 13. 5T-Ryan Timms[18]; 14. 9P-Parker Price Miller[11]; 15. 9-Kasey Kahne[14]; 16. 5-Spencer Bayston[15]; 17. 52-Blake Hahn[24]; 18. 45X-Jace Park[23]; 19. 2KS-Chase Randall[22]; 20. 41-Dominic Scelzi[16]; 21. 23-Garet Williamson[13]; 22. 42-Sye Lynch[8]; 23. 1-Brenham Crouch[9]; 24. 83-James McFadden[1]

NEW Championship Standings (After 9/58 Races): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (611 PTS); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (-14 PTS); 3. 19-Brent Marks (-39 PTS); 4. 14-Corey Day (-53 PTS); 5. 1A-Jacob Allen (-103 PTS); 6. 24-Rico Abreu (-111 PTS); 7. 5-Spencer Bayston (-117 PTS); 8. 9P-Parker Price-Miller (-142 PTS); 9. 26-Zeb Wise (-148 PTS); 10. 13-Justin Peck (-164 PTS).

UP NEXT: Kubota High Limit Racing will head for West Memphis, Arkansas this Tuesday, April 23 as the Midweek Money Series resumes with race #2, a $20,000-to-win highly-anticipated trip to "The Ditch" at Riverside International Speedway.

 

 

 

FINALLY: Brad Sweet Takes First Kubota High Limit Racing Win at Southern Oklahoma

In his 10th start with Kubota High Limit Racing, Brad Sweet finally broke through with the series and won Friday's stop at Southern Oklahoma Speedway to get his first-career win worth $12,000.

"The Big Cat" started third in the 30-lap A-Main and followed pole sitter Spencer Bayston for the opening five laps before the first restart allowed the Grass Valley, CA native a chance to take the lead on Lap 6. Once around Bayston, the Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49 set sail and cruised to the win after battling lap traffic and overcoming a green-white-checkered.

Championship leader Tyler Courtney maintained his points lead over Brad Sweet thanks to a hard-charging effort from 12th-to-2nd aboard the Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC. For Sunshine, it's his sixth podium in eight races as he holds onto a 28-point advantage ahead of Salina Highbanks Speedway on Saturday.

Spencer Bayston made his first appearance on the podium this season with a P3 finish aboard the CJB Motortsports, TrueTimber #5 after beginning the night with a new track record in Capitol Renegade Qualifying and earning the pole with an FK Rod Ends Dash win. He's now back into the fifth and final High Stakes Charter position with a eight-point cushion over Jacob Allen's Shark Racing #1A.

Brent Marks and Corey Day rounded out the top-five with Rico Abreu, Tanner Thorson, James McFadden, Parker Price-Miller, and Cory Eliason closing out the top-10.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (4/19/24)
Southern Oklahoma Speedway (Ardmore, OK)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Spencer Bayston (13.010 seconds)
TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Rico Abreu
DMI Heat Two Winner - Zeb Wise
BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Brent Marks
FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Spencer Bayston
Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award -
Hard Charger - Tyler Courtney +10, 12th-to-2nd
Lap Leaders - Spencer Bayston 1-5; Brad Sweet 6-30.

NEW Championship Standings (After 8/58 Races): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (548 PTS); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (-28 PTS); 3. 14-Corey Day (-47 PTS); 4. 19-Brent Marks (-48 PTS); 5. 5-Spencer Bayston (-95 PTS); 6. 1A-Jacob Allen (-103 PTS); 7. 24-Rico Abreu (-116 PTS); 8. 9P-Parker Price-Miller (-124 PTS); 9. 26-Zeb Wise (-144 PTS); 10. 13-Justin Peck (-158 PTS).

UP NEXT: Kubota High Limit Racing will conclude a three-race swing through Oklahoma tomorrow, Saturday, April 20 with a $12,000-to-win, $1,200-to-start show at Pryor's Salina Highbanks Speedway - the first 410 Winged Sprint Car event at the high-banked oval since 2018.

Southern Oklahoma Speedway   4/19/24

Kubota A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 49-Brad Sweet[3]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[12]; 3. 5-Spencer Bayston[1]; 4. 19-Brent Marks[5]; 5. 14-Corey Day[8]; 6. 24-Rico Abreu[4]; 7. 88-Tanner Thorson[16]; 8. 83-James McFadden[10]; 9. 9P-Parker Price Miller[17]; 10. 8-Cory Eliason[2]; 11. 9-Kasey Kahne[7]; 12. 13-Justin Peck[11]; 13. 1A-Jacob Allen[15]; 14. 42-Sye Lynch[14]; 15. 26-Zeb Wise[6]; 16. 41-Dominic Scelzi[19]; 17. 9S-Kyle Clark[23]; 18. 1-Brenham Crouch[18]; 19. 01J-Jeb Sessums[22]; 20. 52-Blake Hahn[21]; 21. 88R-Ryder Laplante[20]; 22. (DNF) 1J-Danny Jennings[24]; 23. (DNF) 5T-Ryan Timms[13]; 24. (DNF) 55-Chris Windom[9]

FK Rod Ends Dash (7 Laps): 1. 5-Spencer Bayston[1]; 2. 8-Cory Eliason[2]; 3. 49-Brad Sweet[4]; 4. 24-Rico Abreu[3]; 5. 19-Brent Marks[5]; 6. 26-Zeb Wise[6]

TJ Forged Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[1]; 2. 9-Kasey Kahne[2]; 3. 83-James McFadden[6]; 4. 5-Spencer Bayston[4]; 5. 1A-Jacob Allen[3]; 6. 9P-Parker Price Miller[5]; 7. 41-Dominic Scelzi[7]; 8. 01J-Jeb Sessums[8]

DMI Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 26-Zeb Wise[2]; 2. 14-Corey Day[1]; 3. 13-Justin Peck[5]; 4. 5T-Ryan Timms[6]; 5. 88-Tanner Thorson[3]; 6. 8-Cory Eliason[4]; 7. 88R-Ryder Laplante[8]; 8. 9S-Kyle Clark[7]

BR Motorsports Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 19-Brent Marks[1]; 2. 55-Chris Windom[2]; 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[5]; 4. 42-Sye Lynch[3]; 5. 49-Brad Sweet[4]; 6. 1-Brenham Crouch[6]; 7. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 8. 1J-Danny Jennings[8]

Capital Custom Trailers Qualifying: 1. 5-Spencer Bayston, 00:13.010[4]; 2. 8-Cory Eliason, 00:13.033[1]; 3. 49-Brad Sweet, 00:13.104[3]; 4. 24-Rico Abreu, 00:13.164[6]; 5. 14-Corey Day, 00:13.174[17]; 6. 19-Brent Marks, 00:13.215[20]; 7. 9-Kasey Kahne, 00:13.256[8]; 8. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:13.286[11]; 9. 55-Chris Windom, 00:13.300[5]; 10. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:13.333[10]; 11. 88-Tanner Thorson, 00:13.362[9]; 12. 42-Sye Lynch, 00:13.376[7]; 13. 9P-Parker Price Miller, 00:13.380[2]; 14. 13-Justin Peck, 00:13.408[16]; 15. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 00:13.416[12]; 16. 83-James McFadden, 00:13.430[23]; 17. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:13.678[13]; 18. 1-Brenham Crouch, 00:13.740[18]; 19. 41-Dominic Scelzi, 00:13.941[22]; 20. 9S-Kyle Clark, 00:14.040[14]; 21. 52-Blake Hahn, 00:14.141[24]; 22. 01J-Jeb Sessums, 00:14.175[15]; 23. 88R-Ryder Laplante, 00:14.392[21]; 24. 1J-Danny Jennings, 00:14.457[19]

 

 

KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING CONTINUES OKLAHOMA SPRING SWING WITH VISITS TO SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA & SALINA HIGHBANKS

HIGH ROLLERS SET TO INVADE ARDMORE'S SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA SPEEDWAY THIS FRIDAY

Rico Abreu, Corey Day, Brad Sweet, Tyler Courtney, Jacob Allen, and the rest of the High Rollers are heading to Ardmore's Southern Oklahoma Speedway this Friday, April 19. Who will claim the $12,000 to win event? Can 18-year-old Corey Day make it three wins in-a-row? Find out at the High Limit Hustle at Southern Oklahoma Speedway, or catch the Kubota High Limit Racing sprint cars Live on FloRacing.

Everything You Need to Know Before Heading to the Track:

Date: Friday, April 19, 2024

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 3:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:00 PM (Followed by Qualifying & Racing)

Tickets: General admission tickets are $40 for all ages and are available to purchase online at the link below. Online tickets will be available to purchase up until the time of the event. After that time, all purchases must be made at the track. (Credit cards are accepted at Southern Oklahoma Speedway.)

Pit Passes: Pit passes are NOT available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Bags & Prohibited Items: Guests are permitted to bring a six-pack cooler.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!

CUE THE DJ!

Minden, Nevada native Tanner Thorson will showcase his eclectic taste in music at Friday's Southern Oklahoma Speedway event.

Bands Journey, Tom Petty, New Radicals, and Zach Bryan highlight Tanner's musical selections.

Driver of the CJB Motorsports #5, Spencer Bayston, clearly likes to have fun. His music choices say so.

Motley Crue's "Dr. Feelgood", Beastie Boys' "Sabotage," and Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" are just a few of the songs Spencer chose to play for the fans at Saturday's Salina Highbanks Speedway event. Check out Tanner and Spencer's playlists at the Kubota High Limit Racing Spotify.

KUBOTA HIGH LIMIT RACING ROLLS TO THE HIGHBANKS OF SALINA THIS SATURDAY

Saturday, April 20, Kubota High Limit Racing visits the Highbanks of Salina for an epic night of racing featuring the top sprint car drivers in the country!

High Roller Rico Abreu joins fellow competitors Brent Marks, Jacob Allen, Tanner Thorson, and Brad Sweet in a battle for a $12,000 payday at Salina Highbanks Speedway.

Everything You Need to Know Before Going to the Track:

Date: Saturday, April 20, 2024

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Hot Laps: 6:00 PM (Followed by Qualifying & Racing)

Tickets: Reserved seats, $45, are available to purchase. General admission, $40 adults, $20 ages 6-12, tickets are also available to purchase.

Pit Passes: Pit passes are NOT available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Entry: No firearms, fireworks, or weapons of any kind are permitted. Outside food and beverage are also prohibited. There is no smoking permitted in the grandstand area.

Pits: All minors entering the pits need to have a completed minor release form prior to entering. If the parents are not attending with the child, a notarized copy is required.

 

 

BACK-TO-BACK: Corey Day Drives from 7th-to-1st at Red Dirt for Another Kubota High Limit Win

Midweek Money Series Begins with Driven2SaveLives #14BC Topping NOS Energy Drink #7BC

MEEKER, OK - April 16, 2024 - With a different design and a new sponsor at a never-before-seen track, Corey Day still did what Corey Day does on Tuesday night at Red Dirt Raceway - he even made a lucky fan $3,500 richer in the process.

Kicking off the Midweek Money Series in spectacular fashion, the 18-year-old Clovis, CA native drove from 7th-to-1st at the Meeker, Oklahoma bullring - passing Tyler Courtney on Lap 20 and then riding the cushion to perfection as he drove off for the win.

It was a special one as Day will compete in all Midweek Money Series events aboard a unique Driven2SaveLives #14BC - a combination effort from Jason Meyers Racing and Clauson-Marshall Racing.

With the added DURST Dice Roll money, Day's payday on Tuesday rose to $23,500, that following his $12,000 score on Sunday night at RPM Speedway. Wichita's Andrew Howard left with an extra $3,500 himself after being selected to roll the dice, and then winning with Corey.

Tyler Courtney ended up P2 aboard the Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC, claiming his series-best fifth podium in seven races as he extends an early-season championship advantage. Sunshine led laps 7-20, but fell to the wayside in lap traffic when Day drove under and took off.

Brent Marks survived an all-out way for the final podium position, overcoming the likes of Brad Sweet, Kyle Larson, Rico Abreu, Parker Price-Miller, and Justin Peck to put the Murray-Marks Motorsports #19 in third-place.

Parker Price-Miller and Justin Peck rounded out the top-five with Kyle Larson, Rico Abreu, Brad Sweet, Kasey Kahne, and James McFadden closing out the top-10.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (4/16/24)

Red Dirt Raceway (Meeker, OK)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Zeb Wise (12.325 seconds)

TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Parker Price-Miller

DMI Heat Two Winner - Tyler Courtney

BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Corey Day

Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - Brady Bacon

FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Zeb Wise

B-Main Winner - Justin Peck

Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Tyler Courtney (12.689 seconds)

Hard Charger - Justin Peck +16 (21st-to-5th)

Lap Leaders - Wise 1-6; Courtney 7-19; Day 20-35

Kubota A Feature (35 Laps): 1. 14-Corey Day[7]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[3]; 3. 19-Brent Marks[8]; 4. 9P-Parker Price Miller[6]; 5. 13-Justin Peck[21]; 6. 57-Kyle Larson[9]; 7. 24-Rico Abreu[10]; 8. 49-Brad Sweet[4]; 9. 9-Kasey Kahne[2]; 10. 83-James McFadden[15]; 11. 8-Cory Eliason[18]; 12. 5-Spencer Bayston[22]; 13. 1A-Jacob Allen[25]; 14. 88-Tanner Thorson[12]; 15. 1-Brenham Crouch[24]; 16. 42-Sye Lynch[23]; 17. 55-Chris Windom[13]; 18. 39M-Anthony Macri[11]; 19. 26-Zeb Wise[1]; 20. 21H-Brady Bacon[5]; 21. 41-Dominic Scelzi[14]; 22. 2MD-Cap Henry[20]; 23. 16T-Cole Macedo[26]; 24. 45X-Jace Park[19]; 25. (DNF) 36-Jason Martin[17]; 26. (DNF) 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[16]; 27. (DNF) 16TH-Kevin Newton[27]

NEW Championship Standings (After 7/58 Races): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (476 PTS); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (-33 PTS); 3. 14-Corey Day (-38 PTS); 4. 19-Brent Marks (-41 PTS); 5. 1A-Jacob Allen (-80 PTS); 6. 5-Spencer Bayston (-91 PTS); 7. 24-Rico Abreu (-105 PTS); 8. 9P-Parker Price-Miller (-107 PTS); 9. 26-Zeb Wise (-117 PTS); 10. 13-Justin Peck (-137 PTS).

UP NEXT: Kubota High Limit Racing will continue to swing through Oklahoma this weekend with a pair of $12,000-to-win, $1,200-to-start races at Ardmore, OK's Southern Oklahoma Speedway on Friday, April 19 and Pryor, OK's Salina Highbanks Speedway on Saturday, April 20.

 

 

MIDWEEK MONEY SERIES BEGINS TUESDAY AT RED DIRT

MIDWEEK MONEY SERIES KICKS OFF WITH RUDEEN DEVELOPMENT RED DIRT RUMBLE PRESENTED BY BOB HURLEY RV

The last time the 410 sprint cars invaded Meeker, Oklahoma's Red Dirt Raceway, it was described as one of the most exciting races of all time! Kubota High Limit Racing and Red Dirt Raceway are ready to up the ante with the $20,000 to win Midweek Money Series kick off.

NASCAR star Kyle Larson will "rumble" with High Rollers Rico Abreu, Tyler Courtney, Jacob Allen, Corey Day, and more.

Everything You Need to Know Before Heading to the Track:

RUDEEN DEVELOPMENT RED DIRT RUMBLE PRESENTED BY BOB HURLEY RV

Date: Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Pit Gates: 2:00 PM

Grandstands: 4:00 PM

Tickets: General admission tickets are available for $40. Kids general admission tickets are available for $20. Kids 5 and under are FREE. Bypass the line and purchase your tickets, today at the link below. A limited number of trackside tailgate parking passes are available to purchase.

Pit Passes: Pit passes are NOT available for pre-purchase and will be available at the track the day of the event.

Pit Parking: VIP pit parking is available for $20. Everyone inside the vehicle must also purchase a pit pass.

Bags & Prohibited Items: All bags will be subject to search upon arrival. No firearms, fireworks, or weapons of any kind are permitted. Please note that no smoking is allowed in the grandstand area.

Camping: For camping inquiries, contact Red Dirt Raceway at 405-318-0198.

Fan Fest: Fan Fest will be held after qualifying and before heat races. See the Fan Fest lineup below.

Streaming: If you can't make it to the track, catch all of the action Live on FloRacing!
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RED DIRT'S FAN FEST OFFERS INTERACTIVE FAN EXPERIENCE

Kubota High Limit Racing strives to connect drivers and fans at each event. This Tuesday at the Rudeen Development Red Dirt Rumble presented by Bob Hurley RV, fans are in for a treat!

Following qualifying and before the heat races, Red Dirt Racway and Kubota High Limit Racing will host a Fan Fest which features RPM Speedway and first time Kubota High Limit Racing winner, Corey Day, on the Hoss Talks Fan Fest stage. High Rollers Kyle Larson, Rico Abreu, Tyler Courtney, Brad Sweet, Justin Peck, Jacob Allen, Spencer Bayston, Cory Eliason, Kasey Kahne, Brenham Crouch, and Brent Marks will all be at their merchandise trailers signing autographs.

On top of that, the first 1,000 fans to enter the Hoss Talks Fan Zone will receive a FREE rally towel to wave during the four-wide!

CAP'S TUNES UP NEXT!

Republic, Ohio driver Cap Henry is bringing his favorite rock tunes to the fans!

Cap's driver playlist will be played throughout Tuesday's Rudeen Development Red Dirt Rumble presented by Bob Hurley RV at Red Dirt Raceway. The playlist consists of songs by Puddle of Mudd, Living in Fiction, Volbeat, Pop Evil, and more. You can check out Cap's Playlist on the High Limit Racing Spotify.

FREE DIRT DRAFT HIGH LIMIT RACING T-SHIRT

Draft your team of five drivers and compete against thousands of other race fan in over 500 contests each year. Users earn points that can be used for event tickets, merchandise, subscriptions and more. New Dirt Draft subscribers receive a free High Limit Racing t-shirt shipped to them along with promo codes for Deatherage Optics, MyRacePass, GottaRace.com and HuntTheFront.com. Join Today!

MIDWEEK MONEY SERIES CONTINUES AT RIVERSIDE

The postponed Midweek Money Series event from Riverside International Speedway will take place next Tuesday, April 23.

Reserved seats are still available to purchase along with General Admission tickets. Purchase your tickets and witness the best sprint car drivers in the country take on "The Ditch!"

 

 

NICE SUNDAY DRIVE: Corey Day Tops Intense Finish at RPM for 1st Win with Kubota High Limit Racing

18-Year-Old California Sensation Goes Full Send on Final Restart to Steal $12,000 Victory from Kerry Madsen

CRANDALL, TX (April 14, 2024) – For two-plus years, the hype around Corey Day's future has continuously been building; and somehow, he continuously lives up to it.

On Sunday at RPM Speedway in Crandall, TX, the 18-year-old sensation earned his first-career Kubota High Limit Racing victory in his ninth try with the young series; and he did it in simply spectacular fashion.

After starting fourth and fading to fifth, the Clovis, California native used all of his experience from racing bullrings back home to propel the Jason Meyers Racing, Sander Engineering #14 to the front. When most of the field had called it quits on the high side, Day dug down and committed even deeper to rippin' it close to the fence.

Day drove around Brad Sweet for 4th on Lap 19, then whipped around Jacob Allen for 3rd on Lap 21, then flew around Anthony Macri for 2nd on Lap 25, and finally rocketed around the outside of Kerry Madsen to take the lead on Lap 29 - his fastest lap of the race at 12.948-seconds.

From there, Day set the cruise control and enjoyed a nice Sunday drive around the outside as he ran to the checkered flag to claim his first-career win with Kubota High Limit Racing. Day's victory makes it five different winners through the opening six races of the 2024 season.

After leading the opening 29 laps, Australian Kerry Madsen brought Brandon Ikenberry's #25 home with a P2 finish. Jacob Allen rallied on the final restart to put the Shark Racing #1A on the podium in third, also pushing him into the fifth and final points position for a High Stakes Charter.

Anthony Macri and Brad Sweet rounded out the top-five with James McFadden, Tyler Courtney, Zeb Wise, Brent Marks, and Spencer Bayston closing out the top-10.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (4/14/24)

RPM Speedway (Crandall, TX)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Brad Sweet (12.245 seconds)

TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Kerry Madsen

DMI Heat Two Winner - Spencer Bayston

BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Anthony Macri

Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - Corey Day

FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Kerry Madsen

B-Main Winner - Ryan Timms

Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Corey Day (12.948 seconds)

Hard Charger - Ryan Timms +10 (21st-to-11th)

Lap Leaders - Madsen 1-29; Day 30-35.

A Feature (35 Laps): 1. 14-Corey Day[4]; 2. 25-Kerry Madsen[1]; 3. 1A-Jacob Allen[3]; 4. 39M-Anthony Macri[2]; 5. 49-Brad Sweet[5]; 6. 83-James McFadden[14]; 7. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[12]; 8. 26-Zeb Wise[11]; 9. 19-Brent Marks[13]; 10. 5-Spencer Bayston[7]; 11. 5T-Ryan Timms[21]; 12. 1-Brenham Crouch[16]; 13. 42-Sye Lynch[8]; 14. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[9]; 15. 8-Cory Eliason[23]; 16. 9P-Parker Price Miller[24]; 17. 88-Tanner Thorson[10]; 18. 55-Chris Windom[15]; 19. 13-Justin Peck[18]; 20. G6-Cody Gardner[20]; 21. 24-Rico Abreu[17]; 22. 9-Kasey Kahne[22]; 23. 18T-Tanner Holmes[19]; 24. 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[6]

NEW Championship Standings (After 6/58 Races): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (404 PTS); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (-18 PTS); 3. 19-Brent Marks (-37 PTS); 4. 14-Corey Day (-43 PTS); 5. 1A-Jacob Allen (-55 PTS); 6. 5-Spencer Bayston (-68 PTS); 7. 26-Zeb Wise (-80 PTS); 8. 24-Rico Abreu (-92 PTS); 9. 9P-Parker Price-Miller (-100 PTS); 10. 13-Justin Peck (-128 PTS).

UP NEXT: Kubota High Limit Racing will have one day of rest before kicking off the Midweek Money Series this Tuesday, April 16 at Red Dirt Raceway in Meeker, Oklahoma. The Rudeen Development in conjunction with the Rayce Rudeen Foundation Red Dirt Rumble presented by Bob Hurley RV will pay $20,000-to-win, $1,500-to-start.

 

 

COWBOY UP: Anthony Macri Beats Tyler Courtney in Texas Thriller with Kubota High Limit Racing

PA Posse Steals $12,000 Check from Uncle Chicken's Sippin' Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers

FORT WORTH, TX (April 13, 2024) – The Uncle Chicken's Sippin' Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers lived up to the hype on Saturday night as Kubota High Limit Racing debuted at Texas Motor Speedway.

With the 30-lap A-Main offering three different leaders and four lead changes, a packed house of fans witnessed an old-fashioned "Lone Star State" duel between second-row starters Tyler Courtney and Anthony Macri.

It started with a pair of Pennsylvania High Rollers on the front row with Jacob Allen's Shark Racing #1A and Brent Marks' Murray-Marks Motorsports #19 leading the field to the green flag. Allen controlled the opening seven circuits and then "Sunshine" came on the attack as lap traffic held up Allen.

Courtney's Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC went to the point on Lap 9 and steadily controlled the pace until Dillsburg, PA native Anthony Macri stormed to life on the final restarts.

Macri slid by and led Lap 22, then Courtney took him back on Lap 23, only for Macri to again drive by on Lap 24 as the duo swapped the lead lap-after-lap and brought the Fort Worth, TX crowd to their feet with the win on the line.

The #39M held on for the remaining six laps and banked a $12,000 victory at the Texas Motor Speedway - earning a cowboy hat for his fourth win of the year, making Macri the winningest 410 Sprint Car driver in the country right now.

Macri is the fourth winner through five Kubota High Limit Racing events in 2024 and joins Rico Abreu (4), Kyle Larson (4), and Tyler Courtney (2) as the only multi-time winners with the young series.

For Courtney, the Indianapolis, IN native held on for P2, earning his fourth consecutive top-two finish as the CMR group extends their early-season lead over Brad Sweet in the chase for the Kubota High Limit Racing championship.

Speaking of Sweet, "The Big Cat" followed Macri and Courtney to claim his second podium of the season aboard the Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49.

Jacob Allen and James McFadden rounded out the top-five with Brent Marks, Rico Abreu, Zeb Wise, Corey Day, and Cory Eliason closing out the top-10.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (4/13/24)

Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX)



Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Brad Sweet (13.735 seconds)

TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Brian Brown

DMI Heat Two Winner - Brent Marks

BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Jacob Allen

Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - James McFadden

FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Jacob Allen

B-Main Winner - Kerry Madsen

Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Tyler Courtney (14.016)

Hard Charger - Corey Day +7 (16th-to-9th)

Lap Leaders - Allen 1-8; Courtney 9-21; Macri 22; Courtney 23; Macri 24-30.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 39M-Anthony Macri[4]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[3]; 3. 49-Brad Sweet[5]; 4. 1A-Jacob Allen[1]; 5. 83-James McFadden[7]; 6. 19-Brent Marks[2]; 7. 24-Rico Abreu[9]; 8. 26-Zeb Wise[6]; 9. 14-Corey Day[16]; 10. 8-Cory Eliason[11]; 11. 9-Kasey Kahne[12]; 12. 1-Brenham Crouch[14]; 13. 5-Spencer Bayston[15]; 14. 57-Kyle Larson[10]; 15. 25-Kerry Madsen[21]; 16. 17JR-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[19]; 17. 88-Tanner Thorson[18]; 18. 9P-Parker Price Miller[24]; 19. (DNF) 42-Sye Lynch[17]; 20. (DNF) 73-Hunter Schuerenberg[20]; 21. (DNF) 13-Justin Peck[13]; 22. (DNF) 21-Brian Brown[8]; 23. (DNF) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[23]; 24. (DNF) 55-Chris Windom[22].

NEW Championship Standings (After 5/59 Races): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (345 PTS); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (-22 PTS); 3. 19-Brent Marks (-33 PTS); 4. 14-Corey Day (-61 PTS); 5. 5-Spencer Bayston (-62 PTS); 6. 1A-Jacob Allen (-64 PTS); 7. 24-Rico Abreu (-64 PTS); 8. 26-Zeb Wise (-78 PTS); 9. 9P-Parker Price-Miller (-82 PTS); 10. 13-Justin Peck (-104 PTS).

UP NEXT: Kubota High Limit Racing will be right back on track tomorrow night - Sunday, April 14 - with a $12,000-to-win, $1,200-to-start showdown at RPM Speedway in Crandall, TX.

 

 

 

WE'RE BACK: New-Look Kubota High Limit Racing Returns to Racing with Tripleheader Weekend

MOORESVILLE, NC – APRIL 9, 2024 – After a 49-day break, Kubota High Limit Racing returns to the track this weekend with plenty to talk about.

A trio of $12,000-to-win, $1,200-to-start one-day shows is the kick starter to what you can call the regular season for Kubota High Limit Racing. After a four-race stint through Florida and Georgia, the High Rollers are ready for seven races in 12 days through Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma.

It begins this Friday, April 12 in Texarkana, AR as Sprint Car veteran turned promotor Tim Crawley brings Kubota High Limit Racing to town, putting Texarkana 67 Speedway on the national stage.

A three-hour drive will take teams to Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 13, joining NASCAR weekend with the Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers.

Staying in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro on Sunday, April 14, the weekend wraps up with a stop in Crandall, TX at RPM Speedway.

Fans can buy tickets at HighLimitRacing.com, which makes you eligible for the DURST Dice Roll, or watch every lap live at FloRacing.com/HighLimit, the official media partner of Kubota High Limit Racing.

Let’s look at some of the top storylines as we return to racing:

THE FUTURE IS ORANGE: While things were quiet on the track, there was plenty happening behind the scenes for High Limit Racing – most notably the introduction of Kubota Tractor Corporation as the title sponsor. The iconic orange equipment brand inked a multi-year partnership with the burgeoning sprint car series and will be seen everywhere from at-track activations, livestream integrations, signage/advertising, and more as they invest in the future of the sport.

POSTPONED AT THE DITCH: The Midweek Money Series was originally supposed to begin today, Tuesday, April 9, but heavy rainfall and potential flooding in West Memphis, AR forced the postponement. Kubota High Limit Racing will still race at Riverside International Speedway, now capping off this swing instead of starting it, with the rescheduled event on Tuesday, April 23 following a three-race run through Oklahoma.

WHERE WERE WE: Back in February, we completed the first four of 59 races for the inaugural national campaign for Kubota High Limit Racing. Kyle Larson and Paul Silva stole the season opener to reach four career High Limit wins, and plan to compete on Friday at Texarkana and Saturday at Texas. Tyler Courtney and Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC left the deep south with the title lead after back-to-back wins at East Bay and Golden Isles. Jacob Allen and Shark Racing are the most recent winners after out-dueling Courtney and Justin Peck for a $20,000 Deuces Wild victory.

“Sunshine” currently leads Brad Sweet (-18 PTS) and the Kasey Kahne Racing #49, Brent Marks (-22 PTS) and the Murray-Marks Motorsports #19, Spencer Bayston (-37 PTS) and the CJB Motorsports #5, and Corey Day (-44 PTS) and the Jason Meyers Racing #14 with those five holding the High Stakes Charters at the moment.

SPRING BREAK: Several full-timers took full advantage of the seven-week vacation built into the Kubota High Limit Racing schedule and enjoyed their time off before hitting the road hard this month. Since we last raced at Golden Isles on February 24, Tyler Courtney & Corey Day each raced only two times with Spencer Bayston & Zeb Wise both participating in just one event.

Another four drivers – Brad Sweet, Kasey Kahne, Parker Price-Miller, and Conner Morrell – did not participate in any events during this downtime, electing to completely reenergize and refresh their programs in the shop.

STILL WINNING: While several rested and sat on the sidelines, plenty of other full-timers stayed busy and found more racing during our seven-week break. In fact, four High Rollers scored victories and picked up some momentum since we last raced.

Brent Marks won twice, picking up a World of Outlaws win at Cotton Bowl Speedway and then a POWRi Racing win at Texas Motor Speedway, where Kubota High Limit Racing heads this Saturday, April 13. The Myerstown, PA will return to points racing this weekend sitting third in points (-22) aboard the Murray-Marks Motorsports #19.

Rico Abreu was another World of Outlaws winner while we were away, scoring a second-straight victory at 81 Speedway in Park City, KS, where Kubota High Limit Racing will take the Midweek Money Series in a few weeks on Wednesday, May 1. The St. Helena, CA native is still looking for his first trip to Whiskey Myers Victory Lane as the series returns to racing this weekend.

After parting ways with crew chief Tyler Swank, Ridge & Sons Racing brought in Pennsylvania veteran Jim Shuttlesworth to turn the wrenches for Cory Eliason’s #8 in March. The new duo wanted to get a feel for working with each other and went to racing against the PA Posse, winning a local show at BAPS Motor Speedway. Sitting 18th in the points (-111), the Visalia, CA native is looking for a big swing through the south to get back on his feet.

Tanner Thorson also won while we were away, not in a Sprint Car, but in a Midget. Thorson won with the POWRi National Midget League at Oklahoma’s Port City Raceway – promoted by Shane Stewart, who is promoting a pair of Kubota High Limit Racing events at Red Dirt Raceway (April 16) and Lakeside Speedway (May 3-4). He’ll go back to work in the Rod Gross Motorsports #88 currently 13th in the points (-78) after starting with a season-opening podium at East Bay.

J-MAC’S BACK: After missing the opening four races of the season due to international travel issues, Australian James McFadden is finally in America and ready to begin life as a High Roller. The Alice Springs, Northern Territory native made it back into the States last week and quickly earned back-to-back top-10 finishes in his first two races of the year on USA soil.

Californian Dominic Scelzi subbed for J-Mac during the opening four races – finishing 12th, 13th, 13th, 14th – to keep the Roth Motorsports #83 in the Owners Championship. McFadden takes the reigns back this weekend sitting 14th in the standings, currently -41 points from the fifth and final coveted charter position with 55 races remaining and plenty of time to makeup ground.

DEFENDING THE REPUBLIC: Lubbock, TX native Brenham Crouch is the only of 17 full-time High Rollers to hail from “The Lone Star State,” and he’ll get a full weekend of racing in front of friends and family from his home state. The Crouch Motorsports #1 driver turned some valuable laps at Texas Motor Speedway last week with POWRi and competed for the win, leading laps over Brent Marks before ultimately finishing ninth.

THE ROAD TO FORT WORTH: Saturday’s Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers is noteworthy for many reasons, but most notably for teams because Texas Motor Speedway is where the Kubota High Limit Racing championship battle ends. Points and the five High Stakes Charters will be among the utmost importance on Friday and Saturday, October 11-12 when the series ends the season with a $50,000-to-win finale. Laps turned this weekend at TMS may end up being crucial in the outcome of the inaugural High Limit national championship.

DRIVER CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (4/59 Races):

7BC-Tyler Courtney (273); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (-18); 3. 19-Brent Marks (-22); 4. 5-Spencer Bayston (-37); 5. 14-Corey Day (-44); 6. 9P-Parker Price-Miller (-47); 7. 24-Rico Abreu (-51); 8. 57-Kyle Larson (-57); 9. 1A-Jacob Allen (-57); 10. 13-Justin Peck (-63).

FEATURE WINNERS (3 Drivers):

2 wins – Tyler Courtney (Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC)

1 win – Kyle Larson (Silva Motorsports #57)

1 win – Jacob Allen (Shark Racing #1A)

FEATURE LAPS LED (5 Drivers):

49 laps – Tyler Courtney

25 laps – Kyle Larson

16 laps – Jacob Allen

9 laps – Justin Peck

6 laps – Brad Sweet

CAPITOL CUSTOM TRAILERS QUICKTIME (4 Drivers):

1 QuickTime - Brad Sweet, Zeb Wise, Brent Marks, Spencer Bayston

HEAT RACE WINNERS (11 Drivers):

2 Heat Wins – Rico Abreu, Spencer Bayston, Parker Price-Miller

1 Heat Win – Kyle Larson, Tanner Thorson, Cole Macedo, Tyler Courtney, Brent Marks, Brad Sweet, Justin Peck, Jacob Allen

FK ROD ENDS DASH APPEARANCES (15 Drivers):

3 Dashes – Justin Peck, Tyler Courtney, Brent Marks

2 Dashes – Kyle Larson, Cole Macedo, Brad Sweet, Rico Abreu, Anthony Macri, Spencer Bayston, Parker Price-Miller

1 Dash – Tanner Thorson, Sam Hafertepe Jr, Dominic Scelzi, Corey Day, Jacob Allen

POLE POSITIONS (3 Drivers):

2 Poles – Tyler Courtney

1 Pole – Kyle Larson, Brad Sweet

B-MAIN WINS (3 Drivers):

1 B-Main Win - Tim Shaffer, Tanner Thorson, Cole Macedo

HARD CHARGER AWARDS (4 Drivers):

1 Hard Charger - Brent Marks, Parker Price-Miller, Ryan Timms, Cory Eliason

PODIUM FINISHES (9 Drivers):

3 Podiums – Tyler Courtney

2 Podiums – Justin Peck

1 Podium - Kyle Larson, Cole Macedo, Tanner Thorson, Corey Day, Brad Sweet, Brent Marks, Jacob Allen

TOP 5 FINISHES (14 Drivers):

3 Top 5s – Tyler Courtney

2 Top 5s - Brad Sweet, Brent Marks, Justin Peck, Spencer Bayston

1 Top 5 - Kyle Larson, Cole Macedo, Tanner Thorson, Corey Day, Anthony Macri, Zeb Wise, Parker Price-Miller, Jacob Allen, Rico Abreu

TOP 10 FINISHES (18 Drivers):

4 Top 10s – Brad Sweet, Brent Marks, Spencer Bayston

3 Top 10s – Kyle Larson, Tyler Courtney, Rico Abreu, Parker Price-Miller, Jacob Allen

2 Top 10s - Corey Day, Anthony Macri, Justin Peck

1 Top 10 - Cole Macedo, Tanner Thorson, Zeb Wise, Sam Hafertepe Jr, Chris Windom, Ryan Timms, Cory Eliason

2024 High Limit Racing Schedule & Winners:

No. / Day, Date / Track / Location / To Win / Winner (Total Wins)

Tues, Feb. 13 / East Bay Raceway Park / Tampa, FL / $10,000 / Kyle Larson (1)
Tues, Feb. 13 / East Bay Raceway Park / Tampa, FL / $15,000 / Tyler Courtney (1)
Thur, Feb. 22 / Golden Isles Speedway / Waynesville, GA / $10,000 / Tyler Courtney (2)
Sat, Feb. 24 / Golden Isles Speedway / Waynesville, GA / $20,000 / Jacob Allen (1)
Fri, April 12 / Texarkana 67 Speedway / Texarkana, AR / $12,000
Sat, April 13 / Texas Motor Speedway / Fort Worth, TX / $12,000
Sun, April 14 / RPM Speedway / Crandall, TX / $12,000
Tues, April 16 / Red Dirt Raceway / Meeker, OK / $20,000 ***
Fri, April 19 / Southern Oklahoma Speedway / Ardmore, OK / $12,000
Sat, April 20 / Salina Highbanks Speedway / Pryor, OK / $12,000
Tues, April 23 / Riverside International Speedway / West Memphis, AR / $20,000 ***
Wed, May 1 / 81 Speedway / Park City, KS / $20,000 ***
Fri, May 3 / Lakeside Speedway / Kansas City, KS / $10,000
Sat, May 4 / Lakeside Speedway / Kansas City, KS / $50,000
Fri, May 10 / 34 Raceway / West Burlington, IA / $12,000
Sat, May 11 / Tri-City Speedway / Granite City, IL / $12,000
Mon, May 13 / Kokomo Speedway / Kokomo, IN / $20,000 ***
Thur, May 16 / Outlaw Speedway / Dundee, NY / $12,000
Fri, May 17 / Utica-Rome Speedway / Vernon, NY / $12,000
Sat, May 18 / Fonda Speedway / Fonda, NY / $12,000
Sat, May 25 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $10,000
Sun, May 26 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $75,000
Tues, May 28 / Grandview Speedway / Bechtelsville, PA / $20,000 ***
Fri, May 31 / Lawrenceburg Speedway / Lawrenceburg, IN / $12,000
Sat, June 1 / Butler Motor Speedway / Quincy, MI / $12,085
Tues, June 4 / Davenport Speedway / Davenport, IA / $20,000 ***
Fri, June 7 / I-70 Speedway / Odessa, MO / $10,000
Sat, June 8 / I-70 Speedway / Odessa, MO / $26,000
Tues, June 11 / Eagle Raceway / Eagle, NE / $50,000 ***
Wed, June 26 / Lake Ozark Speedway / Eldon, MO / $20,000 ***
Fri, June 28 / Lucas Oil Speedway / Wheatland, MO / $10,000
Sat, June 29 / Lucas Oil Speedway / Wheatland, MO / $25,000
Sat, July 13 / Portsmouth Raceway Park / Portsmouth, OH / $25,554
Wed, July 17 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $12,000
Thur, July 18 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $100,000
Tues, July 23 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, PA / $25,000
Thur, Aug. 15 / Thunderbowl Raceway / Tulare, CA / $25,000
Fri, Aug. 16 / Kings Speedway / Hanford, CA / $20,000
Sat, Aug. 17 / Placerville Speedway / Placerville, CA / $20,000
Thur, Aug. 22 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, CA / $10,000
Fri, Aug. 23 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, CA / $10,000
Sat, Aug. 24 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, CA / $100,070
Mon, Aug. 26 / Douglas County Speedway / Roseburg, OR / $12,000
Wed, Aug. 28 / Grays Harbor Raceway / Elma, WA / $12,000
Thur, Aug. 29 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, WA / $10,000
Fri, Aug. 30 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, WA / $10,000
Sat, Aug. 31 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, WA / $100,000
Thur, Sept. 5 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $10,000
Fri, Sept. 6 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $10,000
Sat, Sept. 7 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $57,000
Fri, Sept. 13 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, PA / $10,000
Sat, Sept. 14 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, PA / $50,000
Fri, Sept. 20 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $10,000
Sat, Sept. 21 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $15,000
Sat, Sept. 28 / Florence Speedway / Union, KY / $12,000
Tues, Oct. 1 / Atomic Speedway / Chillicothe, OH / $20,000 ***
Tues, Oct. 8 / I-70 Speedway / Odessa, MO / $20,000 ***
Fri, Oct. 11 / Texas Motor Speedway / Fort Worth, TX / $10,000
Sat, Oct. 12 / Texas Motor Speedway / Fort Worth, TX / $50,000
*** Denotes Midweek Money Series Race ***

 

 

Kubota High Limit Racing "Midweek Money Series" Opener at Riverside International Speedway Postponed

Tuesday, April 9 Race Rescheduled for Tuesday, April 23

Mooresville, N.C. (April 7, 2024) – With heavy rain, severe thunderstorms and flooding expected, Kubota High Limit Racing officials and their partners at Riverside International Raceway made the difficult decision today to postpone Tuesday’s planned Midweek Money Series opener.

The event has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 23 and will continue to be a Midweek Money Series event.

All tickets sold for the event will automatically transfer to the new date. Pit passes will be available for purchase at the venue on race day. If you have not yet purchased tickets, they are available for the new date here: https://bit.ly/3vTjv69.

Any questions regarding tickets should be sent to info@highlimitracing.com.

Pit gates will open at 2pm, on Tuesday, April 23. Grandstand gates open at 4pm. Hot laps will begin at 6pm with heat races starting at 7:30pm.

The Kubota High Limit Racing season now resumes with a triple-header weekend taking teams to Texarkana 67 Speedway on Friday, April 12, Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 13, and RPM Speedway on Sunday, April 14.

As always, every lap of the action will be streamed on FloRacing, the exclusive streaming partner of Kubota High Limit Racing. For more information and to subscribe to FloRacing, go to www.floracing.com/highlimit.

 

 

 

KUBOTA TRACTOR CORPORATION UPS THE ANTE AS TITLE SPONSOR OF HIGH LIMIT RACING

 

"Official Tractor of High Limit Racing" Invests in the Future of the National Sprint Car Series

Mooresville, N.C. (March 21, 2024) – When High Limit Racing resumes competition next month, the series will be doing so with a rebranded look and name. Kubota Tractor Corporation has joined the series as the title sponsor in a multi-year partnership that will see the iconic orange equipment brand grow with the burgeoning sprint car series.

“Kubota equipment can be found in rural communities and race tracks around the country where a commitment to hard work is driven by a passion for getting the job done right,” said Christoph Nathan, Kubota Executive Director, Product Support. “That’s why we’re proud to sponsor High Limit Racing and put our brand in action to bring high-quality racing to fans everywhere, including the communities where our dealers and customers live and work.”

Kubota will be featured at-track with on-site branding and select activation initiatives throughout the season. The national tractor brand will also be featured extensively through livestream integrations and advertising on FloRacing, Kubota High Limit Racing’s exclusive live streaming partner. All Kubota integrations, including new series merchandise, will begin when the series resumes action in April.

One Kubota High Limit Racing “family” member will be honored with the Kubota Genuine Parts Spirit Award and gifted $5,000 at the series championship banquet on October 13. The honoree will be chosen by a peer vote as the most genuine, optimistic, inspiring and authentic.

“I’m thrilled to have Kubota come on board as the title partner of High Limit Racing,” said Kyle Larson, NASCAR Champion and co-owner of High Limit Racing. “When Brad (Sweet), the team and I started this series, one of our goals was to find the right partner that shared the same values of building a brand. I believe we absolutely achieved that goal with Kubota.”

“Successful partnerships in this sport are driven by authenticity and a true connection with the fan base,” said Sweet, five-time World of Outlaws champion and co-owner of High Limit Racing. “Kubota is a brand that our fans are familiar with and respect. Kubota is a brand that recognizes hard work, grit and getting the job done - all things that we are doing at High Limit Racing. We’re proud to showcase them, their logo and to grow with them for years to come.”

The Kubota High Limit Racing partnership is part of a multi-tiered advertising and promotional collaboration between Kubota Tractor Corporation and FloSports that also includes advertising on the platform and presenting sponsorship of the Castrol FloRacing Night in America series.

"The FloSports team is excited to bring on Kubota as our partner and title sponsor of High Limit Racing," said Mark Floreani, FloSports CEO. "Kubota continues to show its commitment to motorsports and the racing community at large and this sponsorship will elevate our coverage of the series all season long."

The re-branded Kubota High Limit Racing series returns to action on Tuesday, April 9 for the first race of the Midweek Money Series at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark. The race is the first of a seven-races in 12 nights stretch from Arkansas into Texas and concluding in Oklahoma on April 20. Tickets for the upcoming April swing can be purchased at www.highlimitracing.com.

Every lap of every race will continue to be broadcasted live on FloRacing, the official streaming partner of Kubota High Limit Racing. To subscribe to FloRacing, click here.

Following four completed race nights of the 59-race 2024 schedule, Tyler “Sunshine” Courtney is the championship points leader by 18 points over Sweet. Courtney has earned two victories, while Larson and Pennsylvania’s Jacob Allen have each earned one.

To learn more about Kubota Tractor Corporation, visit www.kubotausa.com and follow them on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok.

Follow @HighLimitRacing on X, Instagram and Facebook to stay up-to-date with Kubota High Limit Racing series information including news, event updates, ticketing information, and more.

 

 

Driven2SaveLives Extends Partnership with High Limit Racing

High Limit Racing

The Indiana Donor Network Program Returns as a Major Partner of the Midweek Money Series

Mooresville, N.C. (March 18, 2024) – Driven2SaveLives, an Indiana Donor Network program, will return as a major partner of High Limit Racing’s Midweek Money Series in 2024. Through the 10-race series, Driven2SaveLives will raise awareness about the importance of organ and tissue donation and honor Bryan Clauson and all donor heroes through the series partnership and as the primary sponsor of the No. 14BC driven by 18-year-old Corey Day.

“The selflessness and generosity of organ and tissue donors and their families give patients in need of a transplant a second chance at life,” said Indiana Donor Network President and CEO Kellie Tremain. “We need to end the wait for lifesaving organ transplants, and our Driven2SaveLives program and partnership with High Limit Racing are important steps in that direction.”

The Midweek Money Series will continue with 10 midweek scheduled events in 2024. Kicking off on April 9th at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark., each race pays a minimum of $20,000 to win. $100,000 in prize money will be distributed amongst the top 10 teams following the finale at I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Mo., on October 8. (Full schedule below.) NASCAR champion Kyle Larson won the inaugural season championship – then titled High Limit Sprint Car Series – in 2023.

“Indiana Donor Network, through their Driven2SaveLives program, was one of the first partners to support High Limit Racing,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing and Events Officer at High Limit Racing. “The goal of every partnership is to build a long-lasting relationship, and we’re happy to be doing just that with Driven2SaveLives. We strongly believe in their mission and want to continue to use our platform to make a difference.”

California’s Day, currently fourth in the overall High Limit Racing standings, will compete in each event, chasing both the High Limit Racing and the Midweek Money Series championship.

To learn more about Driven2SaveLives and to sign up to be an organ donor, visit www.driven2savelives.org. Follow @driven2save on X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram and @driven2savelives on Facebook for more information, including donor hero stories, ways to support and more.

The High Limit Racing season will resume action on Tuesday, April 9th, with the first Midweek Money Series event at the aforementioned Riverside International Speedway. 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 Riverside, Texas Motor Speedway and other select events can be purchased here.

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 events, FloRacing will exclusively stream every High Limit Racing event throughout the 2024 season. If you’re not already a FloRacing subscriber, sign up today here.

2024 High Limit Racing Midweek Money Series Schedule

Tuesday, April 9 --- Riverside International Speedway, West Memphis, Ark.

Tuesday, April 16 --- Red Dirt Raceway, Meeker, Ok.

Wednesday, May 1 --- 81 Speedway, Wichita, Kan.

Tuesday, May 14 --- Kokomo Speedway, Kokomo, Ind.

Tuesday, May 28 --- Grandview Speedway, Bechtelsville, Penn.

Tuesday, June 4 --- Davenport Speedway, Davenport, Iowa

Tuesday, June 11 --- *Eagle Raceway, Eagle, Neb.

Wednesday, June 26 --- Lake Ozark Speedway, Lake Ozark, Mo.

Tuesday, October 1 --- **Atomic Speedway, Chillicothe, Ohio

Tuesday, October 8 --- I-70 Speedway, Odessa, Mo.

*- $50,000-to-win Eagle Nationals

**- Companion race with Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

 

 

Texas-Based Uncle Chicken's Sipping' Whiskey Joins High Limit Racing at Texas Motor Speedway

Contact: Brian Walker

High Limit Racing

Signature Drink to be Sold at the Uncle Chicken's Sippin' Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers

Mooresville, N.C. (March 11, 2024) – Texas-based high-end spirit brand Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey brings an extra element of Lone Star State energy to the Stockyard Stampede at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 13 as the title sponsor of the event. Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey is the liquor offering from genre-bending band Whiskey Myers, also the sponsor of High Limit Racing’s Victory Lane each night, The two Texas favorites now join forces to host the Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers.

“We couldn’t be more excited about this partnership”, said Laurel Dixon, Director of Marketing for Uncle Chicken’s. “Texas is a key market for Uncle Chicken’s and this is a great opportunity for us to drive awareness for the brand."

Uncle Chicken’s is currently available in eight states: Texas, California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, New York and Tennessee. Bottles are also available for purchase online at www.unclechickenswhiskey.com with a suggested retail price of $54.99 for a 750 ML size. Click here to find an Uncle Chicken’s retailer near you.

All liquor stands at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway will serve Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey and offer a signature cocktail for this one-night event. Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey will also be available for purchase in all executive suites at the event.

“Not only do we love showcasing brands that are local to the tracks we are at, we also want to put the actual product in the hands of the fans,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing and Events Officer at High Limit Racing. “Whiskey Myers has been a great supporter of dirt racing for years. They love the sport and they see the value of sprint car racing’s growing fanbase. We’re honored to introduce the fanbase to the whiskey brand that they own, too.”

The multi-Platinum, chart-topping band joined High Limit Racing prior to the start of the 2024 season, sponsoring both Victory Lane and the Whiskey Myers Minute highlight video each race week on High Limit Racing’s Instagram account.

“Creating Uncle Chicken’s and partnering with High Limit Racing are two ways we’ve been able to pursue our passions beyond music recently,” explains Whiskey Myers drummer Jeff Hogg, “so to be able to bring both together right here in our home state is really exciting and something we’re proud to be part of.”

The action at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 13, begins at 3:30pm, local time, with the High Limit Racing Fan Fest. Grandstand gates will be open allowing fans access to driver autograph sessions at various driver merchandise trailers. At 4pm, drivers take to the stage for a special live “Trackside Live! Dirt Edition” show with guests Kyle Larson, Brad Sweet, Rico Abreu, Kasey Kahne, Brent Marks, Tanner Thorson, Corey Day and Zeb Wise.

Tickets for the Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers are available at www.highlimitracing.com. A limited-time discount on tickets will be honored through Friday, March 29. Pit passes are sold at track on event day only. E-mail Kendra Jacobs (Kendra@HighLimitRacing.com) for information regarding executive suite purchases for the event.

FloRacing, the official streaming partner of High Limit Racing, will have live coverage of every lap of the Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey Stockyard Stampede presented by Whiskey Myers. To subscribe to FloRacing, click here.

To learn more about Uncle Chicken’s Sippin’ Whiskey, visit www.unclechickenswhiskey.com and follow them on X (formerly Twitter), Instagram and on Facebook.

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, Facebook and Instagram and subscribe to their YouTube channel.

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

 

 

 

SHARKS IN GEORGIA: Jacob Allen Nets $20,000 with High Limit in Exciting "Deuces Wild Duel" at Golden Isles Speedway

WAYNESVILLE, GA - February 24, 2024 - It doesn't matter if you're a Sprint Car fan, Late Model fan, or NASCAR fan, you had to enjoy Saturday's High Limit Racing A-Main at Golden Isles Speedway.

In a non-stop 25-lapper that took 6 minutes and 37 seconds, Jacob Allen outran Tyler Courtney and Justin Peck after multiple lead changes through lap traffic to score a $20,000 payday in the Deuces Wild finale.

Starting from the pole and chasing his third-straight High Limit Racing win, many considered "Sunshine" Tyler Courtney to be the heavy favorite when the lineup dropped, but the dynamic quickly changed when the green flag flew as third-starting Allen and second-starting Peck both drove by him on Lap 1.

What ensued was a 25-lap game of cat and mouse as the trio of High Limit full-timers chases each other through traffic all while battling a technical 4/10-mile surface at Golden Isles Speedway.

Officially, Allen led the opening 10 laps with Peck controlling laps 11-19, and Allen getting back by him to lead laps 20-25 as the Shark Racing pilot and son of National Sprint Car Hall of Famer, Bobby Allen, earned his first-career High Limit Racing victory to the tune of a cool $20,000. Fans at the track and at-home watching on FloRacing rejoiced as any Allen win is always a popular one.

Tyler Courtney's hat trick fell one spot short as the Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC finished P2 at the checkered flag for an $8,000 runner-up. He'll enjoy the month-off in March with an 18-point lead in the High Limit Racing championship.

After a rough go in the season-opening show at East Bay Raceway Park, Justin Peck recovered nicely with back-to-back podium finishes at Golden Isles Speedway. The Buch Motorsports #13 finished P3 both nights and has now found his way into the top-10 of the point standings.

Rico Abreu earned his season-best finish with a P4 result for the #24, while Spencer Bayston made it four-for-four top-10 runs and back-to-back top-five finishes for the CJB Motorsports #5.

THE ALL-IN NOTEBOOK (2/24/24)

Golden Isles Speedway (Waynesville, GA)

By virtue of a podium finish in Thursday's preliminary A-Main, Tyler Courtney (1st), Brent Marks (2nd), and Justin Peck (3rd) were already locked-in to Saturday's Heat Races and forewent Qualifying. Marks was fastest in Dirt Draft Hot Laps at 13.152 seconds.

Spencer Bayston, of Lebanon, IN, earned the Capitol Renegade QuickTime Award. He circled the Golden Isles 4/10-mile in 13.025 seconds aboard his CJB Motorsports, TrueTimber #5. Bayston backed that up by fending off Brad Sweet to win TJ Forged Heat One. Fellow Indiana native, Parker Price-Miller of Kokomo, IN, followed him by taking DMI Heat Two over Rico Abreu. Jacob Allen rallied from behind to beat Anthony Macri in the third and final BR Motorsports Heat Three. After drawing the ace in the redraw, Tyler Courtney won his second-straight FK Rod Ends Dash to earn the pole position.

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Spencer Bayston (13.035)

TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Spencer Bayston

DMI Heat Two Winner - Parker Price-Miller

BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Jacob Allen

FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Tyler Courtney

Winers Performance B-Main Winner - Cole Macedo

Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Justin Peck (14.414)

Hard Charger - Cory Eliason +5 (24th-to-19th)

Lap Leaders - Allen 1-10; Peck 11-19; Allen 20-25

NEW Championship Standings (After 4/59 Races): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney (273 PTS); 2. 49-Brad Sweet (-18 PTS); 3. 19-Brent Marks (-22 PTS); 4. 5-Spencer Bayston (-37 PTS); 5. 14-Corey Day (-44 PTS); 6. 9P-Parker Price-Miller (-47 PTS); 7. 24-Rico Abreu (-51 PTS); 8. 57-Kyle Larson (-57 PTS); 9. 1A-Jacob Allen (-57 PTS); 10. 13-Justin Peck (-63 PTS).

UP NEXT: High Limit Racing will enjoy some time off with no events scheduled until Tuesday, April 9 at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, AR - which serves as the official kickoff to the 10-race Midweek Money Series, offering a $20,000-to-win, $1,500-to-start purse at the track they call "The Ditch."

 

 

Golden Isles Speedway GA   2/24/24

410 Sprints - Winged

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 1A-Jacob Allen[2]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[1]; 3. 13-Justin Peck[4]; 4. 24-Rico Abreu[8]; 5. 5-Spencer Bayston[3]; 6. 49-Brad Sweet[7]; 7. 19-Brent Marks[5]; 8. 57-Kyle Larson[12]; 9. 9P-Parker Price Miller[6]; 10. 39M-Anthony Macri[9]; 11. 26-Zeb Wise[11]; 12. 9-Kasey Kahne[10]; 13. 14-Corey Day[15]; 14. 83-Dominic Scelzi[13]; 15. 55-Chris Windom[18]; 16. 88-Tanner Thorson[17]; 17. 47-Eric Riggins Jr[14]; 18. 28F-Davie Franek[20]; 19. 8-Cory Eliason[24]; 20. 5T-Ryan Timms[16]; 21. 1-Brenham Crouch[21]; 22. 17-Dylan Norris[23]; 23. 16T-Cole Macedo[19]; 24. 28M-Conner Morrell[22]

Winters Performance B Feature (10 Laps): 1. 16T-Cole Macedo[1]; 2. 28F-Davie Franek[3]; 3. 1-Brenham Crouch[4]; 4. 28M-Conner Morrell[2]; 5. 17-Dylan Norris[6]; 6. 8-Cory Eliason[5]; 7. 4-Danny Smith[8]; 8. 16TH-Kevin Newton[7]

FK Rod Ends Dash (7 Laps): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[1]; 2. 1A-Jacob Allen[2]; 3. 5-Spencer Bayston[4]; 4. 13-Justin Peck[3]; 5. 19-Brent Marks[6]; 6. 9P-Parker Price Miller[5]

TJ Forged Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 5-Spencer Bayston[1]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet[2]; 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[4]; 4. 26-Zeb Wise[3]; 5. 47-Eric Riggins Jr[5]; 6. 5T-Ryan Timms[8]; 7. 16T-Cole Macedo[6]; 8. 8-Cory Eliason[7]; 9. 16TH-Kevin Newton[9]

DMI Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 9P-Parker Price Miller[1]; 2. 24-Rico Abreu[2]; 3. 19-Brent Marks[4]; 4. 57-Kyle Larson[3]; 5. 14-Corey Day[5]; 6. 88-Tanner Thorson[7]; 7. 28F-Davie Franek[8]; 8. 28M-Conner Morrell[6]; 9. 4-Danny Smith[9]

BR Motorsports Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1A-Jacob Allen[3]; 2. 39M-Anthony Macri[1]; 3. 9-Kasey Kahne[2]; 4. 83-Dominic Scelzi[5]; 5. 13-Justin Peck[4]; 6. 55-Chris Windom[7]; 7. 1-Brenham Crouch[6]; 8. 17-Dylan Norris[8]

Capital Custom Trailers Qualifying: 1. 5-Spencer Bayston, 00:13.025[10]; 2. 9P-Parker Price Miller, 00:13.038[2]; 3. 39M-Anthony Macri, 00:13.055[19]; 4. 49-Brad Sweet, 00:13.058[11]; 5. 24-Rico Abreu, 00:13.103[22]; 6. 9-Kasey Kahne, 00:13.134[17]; 7. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:13.143[16]; 8. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:13.177[23]; 9. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:13.182[8]; 10. 47-Eric Riggins Jr, 00:13.222[12]; 11. 14-Corey Day, 00:13.254[13]; 12. 83-Dominic Scelzi, 00:13.256[4]; 13. 16T-Cole Macedo, 00:13.264[6]; 14. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:13.302[18]; 15. 1-Brenham Crouch, 00:13.304[21]; 16. 8-Cory Eliason, 00:13.317[1]; 17. 88-Tanner Thorson, 00:13.369[20]; 18. 55-Chris Windom, 00:13.413[3]; 19. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:13.437[5]; 20. 28F-Davie Franek, 00:13.495[7]; 21. 17-Dylan Norris, 00:13.529[14]; 22. 16TH-Kevin Newton, 00:13.611[9]; 23. 4-Danny Smith, 00:14.018[15]

 

 

Golden Isles Speedway GA   2/22/24

410 Sprints - Winged

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[1]; 2. 19-Brent Marks[3]; 3. 13-Justin Peck[2]; 4. 9P-Parker Price Miller[6]; 5. 5-Spencer Bayston[10]; 6. 49-Brad Sweet[8]; 7. 24-Rico Abreu[4]; 8. 57-Kyle Larson[7]; 9. 8-Cory Eliason[11]; 10. 1A-Jacob Allen[9]; 11. 39M-Anthony Macri[5]; 12. 14-Corey Day[15]; 13. 83-Dominic Scelzi[17]; 14. 55-Chris Windom[16]; 15. 26-Zeb Wise[18]; 16. 1-Brenham Crouch[13]; 17. 5T-Ryan Timms[24]; 18. 9-Kasey Kahne[21]; 19. 88-Tanner Thorson[20]; 20. 17-Dylan Norris[22]; 21. 47-Eric Riggins Jr[19]; 22. (DNF) 16T-Cole Macedo[12]; 23. (DNF) 28F-Davie Franek[23]; 24. (DNF) 88X-Austin McCarl[14]; 25. (DNF) 4-Danny Smith[25]

FK Rod Ends Dash (7 Laps): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[1]; 2. 13-Justin Peck[2]; 3. 19-Brent Marks[3]; 4. 24-Rico Abreu[4]; 5. 39M-Anthony Macri[5]; 6. 9P-Parker Price Miller[6]

TJ Forged Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 9P-Parker Price Miller[1]; 2. 57-Kyle Larson[2]; 3. 1A-Jacob Allen[3]; 4. 8-Cory Eliason[5]; 5. 19-Brent Marks[4]; 6. 55-Chris Windom[9]; 7. 47-Eric Riggins Jr[7]; 8. (DNF) 28M-Conner Morrell[6]; 9. (DNF) 5T-Ryan Timms[8]

DMI Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 13-Justin Peck[2]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet[1]; 3. 39M-Anthony Macri[4]; 4. 16T-Cole Macedo[3]; 5. 88X-Austin McCarl[6]; 6. 83-Dominic Scelzi[7]; 7. 88-Tanner Thorson[5]; 8. 17-Dylan Norris[8]; 9. 4-Danny Smith[9]

BR Motorsports Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Rico Abreu[1]; 2. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[4]; 3. 5-Spencer Bayston[3]; 4. 1-Brenham Crouch[2]; 5. 14-Corey Day[7]; 6. 26-Zeb Wise[5]; 7. 9-Kasey Kahne[6]; 8. 28F-Davie Franek[8]

Capital Custom Trailers Qualifying: 1. 19-Brent Marks, 00:12.759[15]; 2. 39M-Anthony Macri, 00:12.783[7]; 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 00:12.894[12]; 4. 9P-Parker Price Miller, 00:12.916[6]; 5. 49-Brad Sweet, 00:12.922[3]; 6. 24-Rico Abreu, 00:12.942[22]; 7. 57-Kyle Larson, 00:13.003[9]; 8. 13-Justin Peck, 00:13.038[21]; 9. 1-Brenham Crouch, 00:13.049[11]; 10. 1A-Jacob Allen, 00:13.082[14]; 11. 16T-Cole Macedo, 00:13.083[4]; 12. 5-Spencer Bayston, 00:13.110[23]; 13. 8-Cory Eliason, 00:13.152[20]; 14. 88-Tanner Thorson, 00:13.152[2]; 15. 26-Zeb Wise, 00:13.164[17]; 16. 28M-Conner Morrell, 00:13.192[1]; 17. 88X-Austin McCarl, 00:13.248[24]; 18. 9-Kasey Kahne, 00:13.280[19]; 19. 47-Eric Riggins Jr, 00:13.284[10]; 20. 83-Dominic Scelzi, 00:13.288[16]; 21. 14-Corey Day, 00:13.333[25]; 22. 5T-Ryan Timms, 00:13.356[18]; 23. 17-Dylan Norris, 00:13.360[5]; 24. 28F-Davie Franek, 00:13.502[26]; 25. 55-Chris Windom, 00:13.552[13]; 26. 4-Danny Smith, 00:14.051[8]

 

 

GEORGIA ON MY MIND: "Deuces Wild" Marks High Limit Debut at Golden Isles Speedway

WAYNESVILLE, GA - February 20, 2024 - After a successful season-opening event at Florida’s East Bay Raceway Park, High Limit Racing’s inaugural national campaign continues this week with a trip to Georgia’s Golden Isles Speedway.

Dubbed “Deuces Wild,” this three-day trip to the Waynesville, GA facility will bring fans the best of both worlds with High Limit Sprint Cars and the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sharing the stage. It’s all High Limit on Thursday for a $10,000-to-win, $1,000-to-start prelim, then the Lucas Oil Late Models shine on Friday, and finally both series race on Saturday with the High Limit finale paying $20,000-to-win, $1,500-to-start.

SINGLE-DAY TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

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Let’s preview some of the top storylines entering this weekend:

BRAND NEW TRACK: For almost the entire field expected to compete with High Limit Racing this weekend, it will be their first race at Golden Isles Speedway. The Waynesville, GA 4/10-mile dirt track - located 30 minutes west of Brunswick, GA - has hosted many prominent Dirt Late Model races over the years, but a National Sprint Car Series has never visited the venue, until now. It will be interesting to watch as many of the best drivers and best crew chiefs in the sport try to adapt the fastest to something they’ve never seen before.

THE CALI CLIQUE: After a pair of races on the east coast, it was a pair of west coast natives who left tied for the High Limit Racing championship lead.

Corey Day, an 18-year-old native of Clovis, CA, continued to make waves as arguably the most exciting teenager in all of Sprint Car Racing right now. After a NARC championship on home turf last year, he took a leap straight out of high school to join High Limit Racing full-time and got off to a hot start in Florida. Driving the Jason Meyers Racing, Sander Engineering #14, Day finished 2nd & 6th at East Bay to leave tied atop the points.

Brad Sweet, a 38-year-old native of Grass Valley, CA, began a new journey as a High Limit Racing full-time competitor after five consecutive World of Outlaws championships. The Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49 remains one of the most consistent teams in the history of the sport, finishing 3rd & 4th at East Bay to match Day’s 133 points.

DOUBLE DUTY: It will be an ultra-busy weekend for Kyle Larson, who will race with High Limit Racing, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, and NASCAR Cup Series in the state of Georgia. At Golden Isles, Yung Money will drive Paul Silva’s #57 Sprint Car on Thursday, then Kevin Rumley’s #6 Late Model on Friday, and then both cars on Saturday night. Come Sunday, he’ll resume NASCAR duties at Atlanta Motor Speedway driving the Hendrick Motorsports #5.

While Larson has yet to race a Sprint Car at Golden Isles, the Elk Grove, CA native has made four attempts at the track in a Late Model. In the three races he finished, Larson excelled and ran 3rd, 3rd, 1st.

SUN IS SHINING: You could make the case that “Sunshine” Tyler Courtney is arguably the hottest Sprint Car driver in the country to kickstart 2024. The Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC is on a run of 11 consecutive World of Outlaws top-10 finishes (averaging a 4.7 finish), and he was the only driver to leave Florida with a victory against both the World of Outlaws and High Limit Racing.

The Indianapolis, IN native left East Bay sitting third in the championship standings, back by only nine-points after his first trip to Whiskey Myers Victory Lane last Tuesday.

HOT START: It may have been surprising to some, but last week was all according to plan for Tanner Thorson. Expectations were wide-ranged when the Minden, NV announced he would join High Limit Racing full-time, but he came out of the gates swinging with runs of 11th and 3rd to put the Rod Gross Motorsports #88 fifth in championship points after the opening weekend.

The son-in-law of National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee, Stevie Smith, Thorson has a wealth of knowledge in his camp with crew members Lee Lindgren, Brinton Marvel, and Lawton Leppo on his team. They’ll look to stay hot this weekend as Thordon encounters a new venue at Golden Isles Speedway.

QUIET, BUT STRONG: Although these four left East Bay Raceway Park without a podium finish, they each quietly put together some strong season-opening results and head to Georgia sitting inside the top-five of the High Limit Racing championship standings.

Brent Marks finished 8th & 5th aboard the Murray-Marks Motorsports #19, leaving him fourth in points (-13 PTS) behind Day, Sweet & Courtney. “The Myerstown Missile” earned the first Hard Charger Award of the year in the opener when he bolted from 22nd-to-8th.

Zeb Wise’s Rudeen Racing #26 ended up 11th & 4th, slotting him sixth in points (-17 PTS) after the opening weekend. The reigning All Star Circuit of Champions titleist was a big threat for the win in Tuesday’s $15,000-to-win “Battle at the Bay” finale, briefly leading over Tyler Courtney in lap traffic.

Spencer Bayston and CJB Motorsports endured a rough opening weekend at Volusia Speedway Park and quickly turned their program around with back-to-back top-10 runs at East Bay Raceway Park. The Lebanon, IN native finished 10th and 8th, slotting the TrueTimber #5 seventh in points after two races.

Parker Price-Miller revamped his own PPM Racing program over the off-season and brought Indy Race Parts’ Bernie Stuebgen on board as crew chief, and quickly found speed out of the gate. The Kokomo, IN native followed a 14th-place finish with a 23rd-to-6th charge in the finale to put the #9P ninth in points.

NEEDING A REBOUND: It wasn’t exactly the dream outcome for a few High Rollers with high hopes, but it’s a long season with plenty of time for a comeback and they get their first shot at redemption this weekend.

Rico Abreu, who many consider a championship favorite this year, ended his East Bay trip with the #24 flipped and upside down in turn four battling for fourth as the checkered flag flew. The St. Helena, CA native ultimately finished 7th and 17th in the two races, leaving him 12th in the standings (-35 points) and eager to make up ground at Golden Isles.

Justin Peck was another star who had his opening weekend derailed by a crash while contending at the front of the field. The Monrovia, IN native was chasing Kyle Larson for the win through lap traffic when contact with a lap car sent the Buch Motorsports #13 into the wall and home with a heartbreaking DNF. They currently sit 20th in points (-59 points) and determined for a big run at Golden Isles.

Cory Eliason’s full-time campaign with Ridge & Sons Racing got off on the wrong foot with finishes of 19th and 18th, worsened after being innocently caught up in Rico Abreu’s crash on the final lap. Sitting 21st in the standings, they’ll look for a big rebound at Golden Isles this weekend before resetting in March before the season really ramps up in April.

CURRENT CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (2/59 Races):

1. Corey Day (133 PTS); 2. Brad Sweet (133 PTS); 3. Tyler Courtney (-9 PTS); 4. Brent Marks (-13 PTS); 5. Tanner Thorson (-14 PTS); 6. Zeb Wise (-17 PTS); 7. Spencer Bayston (-23 PTS); 8. Anthony Macri (-27 PTS); 9. Parker Price-Miller (-27 PTS); 10. Kyle Larson (-31 PTS).

FEATURE WINNERS (2 Drivers):

1 win - Kyle Larson (Silva Motorsports #57)

1 win - Tyler Courtney (Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC)

FEATURE LAPS LED (3 Drivers):

25 laps - Kyle Larson

24 laps - Tyler Courtney

6 laps - Brad Sweet

CAPITOL CUSTOM TRAILERS QUICKTIME (2 Drivers):

1 QuickTime - Brad Sweet, Zeb Wise

HEAT RACE WINNERS (8 Drivers):

1 Heat Win - Kyle Larson, Tanner Thorson, Cole Macedo, Rico Abreu, Tyler Courtney, Brent Marks, Spencer Bayston, Brad Sweet

FK ROD ENDS DASH APPEARANCES (13 Drivers):

2 Dashes - Kyle Larson, Cole Macedo, Brad Sweet

1 Dash - Tanner Thorson, Rico Abreu, Justin Peck, Anthony Macri, Sam Hafertepe Jr, Tyler Courtney, Dominic Scelzi, Spencer Bayston, Corey Day, Brent Marks

POLE POSITIONS (2 Drivers):

1 Pole - Kyle Larson, Brad Sweet

B-MAIN WINS (2 Drivers):

1 B-Main Win - Tim Shaffer, Tanner Thorson

HARD CHARGER AWARDS (2 Drivers):

1 Hard Charger - Brent Marks, Parker Price-Miller

PODIUM FINISHES (6 Drivers):

1 Podium - Kyle Larson, Cole Macedo, Tanner Thorson, Tyler Courtney, Corey Day, Brad Sweet

TOP 5 FINISHES (9 Drivers):

2 Top 5s - Brad Sweet

1 Top 5 - Kyle Larson, Cole Macedo, Tanner Thorson, Tyler Courtney, Corey Day, Anthony Macri, Zeb Wise, Brent Marks

TOP 10 FINISHES (16 Drivers):

2 Top 10s - Brad Sweet, Corey Day, Brent Marks, Spencer Bayston

1 Top 10 - Kyle Larson, Cole Macedo, Tanner Thorson, Tyler Courtney, Anthony Macri, Zeb Wise, Rico Abreu, Sam Hafertepe Jr, Parker Price-Miller, Chris Windom, Jacob Allen, Ryan Timms

2024 High Limit Racing Schedule & Winners:

No. / Day, Date / Track / Location / To Win / Winner (Total Wins)

1. Tues, Feb. 13 / East Bay Raceway Park / Tampa, FL / $10,000 / Kyle Larson (1)

2. Tues, Feb. 13 / East Bay Raceway Park / Tampa, FL / $15,000 / Tyler Courtney (1)

3. Thur, Feb. 22 / Golden Isles Speedway / Waynesville, GA / $10,000

4. Sat, Feb. 24 / Golden Isles Speedway / Waynesville, GA / $20,000

*5. Tues, April 9 / Riverside International Speedway / West Memphis, TN / $20,000

6. Fri, April 12 / Texarkana 67 Speedway / Texarkana, AR / $12,000

7. Sat, April 13 / Texas Motor Speedway / Fort Worth, TX / $12,000

8. Sun, April 14 / RPM Speedway / Crandall, TX / $12,000

*9. Tues, April 16 / Red Dirt Raceway / Meeker, OK / $20,000

10. Fri, April 19 / Southern Oklahoma Speedway / Ardmore, OK / $12,000

11. Sat, April 20 / Salina Highbanks Speedway / Pryor, OK / $12,000

*12. Wed, May 1 / 81 Speedway / Wichita, KS / $20,000

13. Fri, May 3 / Lakeside Speedway / Kansas City, KS / $10,000

14. Sat, May 4 / Lakeside Speedway / Kansas City, KS / $50,000

15. Fri, May 10 / 34 Raceway / West Burlington, IA / $12,000

16. Sat, May 11 / Tri-City Speedway / Granite City, IL / $12,000

*17. Tues, May 14 / Kokomo Speedway / Kokomo, IN / $20,000

18. Thur, May 16 / Outlaw Speedway / Dundee, NY / $12,000

19. Fri, May 17 / Utica-Rome Speedway / Vernon, NY / $12,000

20. Sat, May 18 / Fonda Speedway / Fonda, NY / $12,000

21. Sat, May 25 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $10,000

22. Sun, May 26 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $75,000

*23. Tues, May 28 / Grandview Speedway / Bechtelsville, PA / $20,000

24. Fri, May 31 / Lawrenceburg Speedway / Lawrenceburg, IN / $12,000

25. Sat, June 1 / Butler Motor Speedway / Quincy, MI / $12,085

*26. Tues, June 4 / Davenport Speedway / Davenport, IA / $20,000

27. Fri, June 7 / I-70 Speedway / Odessa, MO / $10,000

28. Sat, June 8 / I-70 Speedway / Odessa, MO / $26,000

*29. Tues, June 11 / Eagle Raceway / Eagle, NE / $50,000

*30. Wed, June 26 / Lake Ozark Speedway / Eldon, MO / $20,000

31. Fri, June 28 / Lucas Oil Speedway / Wheatland, MO / $10,000

32. Sat, June 29 / Lucas Oil Speedway / Wheatland, MO / $25,000

33. Sat, July 13 / Portsmouth Raceway Park / Portsmouth, OH / $25,554

34. Wed, July 17 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $12,000

35. Thur, July 18 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $100,000

36. Tues, July 23 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, PA / $25,000

37. Thur, Aug. 15 / Thunderbowl Raceway / Tulare, CA / $25,000

38. Fri, Aug. 16 / Kings Speedway / Hanford, CA / $20,000

39. Sat, Aug. 17 / Placerville Speedway / Placerville, CA / $20,000

40. Thur, Aug. 22 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, CA / $10,000

41. Fri, Aug. 23 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, CA / $10,000

42. Sat, Aug. 24 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, CA / $100,070

43. Mon, Aug. 26 / Douglas County Speedway / Roseburg, OR / $12,000

44. Wed, Aug. 28 / Grays Harbor Raceway / Elma, WA / $12,000

45. Thur, Aug. 29 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, WA / $10,000

46. Fri, Aug. 30 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, WA / $10,000

47. Sat, Aug. 31 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, WA / $100,000

48. Thur, Sept. 5 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $10,000

49. Fri, Sept. 6 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $10,000

50. Sat, Sept. 7 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, PA / $57,000

51. Fri, Sept. 13 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, PA / $10,000

52. Sat, Sept. 14 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, PA / $50,000

53. Fri, Sept. 20 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $10,000

54. Sat, Sept. 21 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, OH / $15,000

55. Sat, Sept. 28 / Florence Speedway / Union, KY / $12,000

*56. Tues, Oct. 1 / Atomic Speedway / Chillicothe, OH / $20,000

*57. Tues, Oct. 8 / I-70 Speedway / Odessa, MO / $20,000

58. Fri, Oct. 11 / Texas Motor Speedway / Fort Worth, TX / $10,000

59. Sat, Oct. 12 / Texas Motor Speedway / Fort Worth, TX / $50,000

* Denotes Midweek Money Series Race

 

 

SUNSHINE'S STATE: Tyler Courtney Tops Tremendous "Battle at the Bay" Finale for First High Limit Win

The box score from Tuesday's "Battle at the Finale" finale is a tad misleading, showing that Tyler Courtney passed Brad Sweet for the lead on Lap 7 and then controlled the top spot until the checkered flag. That, however, leaves out the part where there was an epic four-car battle for the lead in lap traffic and the part where Corey Day nearly gave us an all-time photo finish at the end of it all.

While never officially leading a lap, young stars Zeb Wise and Corey Day both snared the lead away from "Sunshine" at different points in the $15,000-to-win finale at East Bay Raceway Park, but the Clauson-Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #7BC prevailed and welcomed every challenge he faced.

Starting with "The Big Cat" Brad Sweet leading the opening six laps, lap traffic changed things when the Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49 began to slip and the battle for the lead ahead of him heated up. In the middle of a swarm of back markers, at one point the front-four cars of Courtney, Corey Day, Zeb Wise, and Sweet were all under a blanket battling for the lead.

There was one jaw-dropping moment when Wise, Day and Abreu all went three-wide for P2 behind Courtney and contact ensued, sending Rico's Rothwell Hyde #24 airborne down the backstretch, yet somehow he landed on all four wheels and kept racing.

In the end, it became a two-horse race with Tyler Courtney committed to the bottom and Clovis, CA 18-year-old Corey Day ripping the fence and building huge momentum runs around the outside. During the green-white-checkered finish, Day was outside of Courtney at the white flag and setup for a potential photo finish, but one little mistake on the 30th and final lap locked-up the win for "Sunshine."

The $15,000 win marked Tyler Courtney's first trip to Whiskey Myers Victory Lane with the series, making him the eighth winner in High Limit Racing history. It also made him the first driver to win with both High Limit and the World of Outlaws this season, doing so within a one-week span, proving the Clauson-Marshall Racing #7BC is one of the top cars in the country.

Driving for Jason Meyers, Corey Day gave the Sander Engineering #14 the ride of a lifetime on the fence at East Bay Raceway Park, but ultimately fell 0.458-seconds short as he finished a career-best runner-up behind Courtney. A P2 and P6 finish for the teenage superstar makes him tied for the way-too-soon championship lead in the 59-race High Limit campaign.

After starting on the pole, leading laps, and then fading outside the top-five at one point, Brad Sweet rallied back to put the Kasey Kahne Racing #49 on the podium. Runs of P3 and P4 for "The Big Cat" have him tied for the High Limit championship lead with California prodigy Corey Day.

The High Limit Racing season will resume next weekend when the Sprint Cars join the Lucas Oil Late Model Series for "Deuces Wild" weekend on February 22-24 at Georgia's Golden Isles Speedway. Tickets are available for purchase at HighLimitRacing.com.

Tuesday, April 13, 2024
East Bay Raceway Park (Tampa, FL)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Zeb Wise (12.229)
TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Tyler Courtney
DMI Heat Two Winner - Brent Marks
BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Spencer Bayston
Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - Brad Sweet
FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Brad Sweet
Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Tyler Courtney (13.563)
Hard Charger - Parker Price-Miller (+17, 23rd-to-6th)
Lap Leaders - Sweet 1-6; Courtney 7-30.

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[2]; 2. 14-Corey Day[6]; 3. 49-Brad Sweet[1]; 4. 26-Zeb Wise[9]; 5. 19-Brent Marks[7]; 6. 9P-Parker Price Miller[23]; 7. 55-Chris Windom[14]; 8. 5-Spencer Bayston[4]; 9. 1A-Jacob Allen[10]; 10. 5T-Ryan Timms[16]; 11. 88-Tanner Thorson[21]; 12. 13-Justin Peck[15]; 13. 83-Dominic Scelzi[3]; 14. 9-Kasey Kahne[11]; 15. 39M-Anthony Macri[20]; 16. 88X-Austin McCarl[12]; 17. 24-Rico Abreu[13]; 18. 8-Cory Eliason[26]; 19. 1-Brenham Crouch[25]; 20. 28M-Conner Morrell[19]; 21. 24D-Danny Sams III[17]; 22. 16T-Cole Macedo[8]; 23. 47-Dale Howard[24]; 24. 47R-Eric Riggins Jr[18]; 25. 87-Aaron Reutzel[22]; 26. 57-Kyle Larson[5]

 

 

YUNG MONEY MATINEE: Kyle Larson Lands High Limit Racing Opener at East Bay Raceway Park

After winning three races on his way to a Midweek Money Series championship in 2023, Kyle Larson quickly kickstarted his 2024 campaign with High Limit Racing in similar fashion - winning the season opener on Tuesday at Tampa, Florida's East Bay Raceway Park.

Originally scheduled for Monday and postponed to Tuesday afternoon due to rain, 56 High Limit Sprint Cars returned to complete the C-Main, FK Rod Ends Dash, B-Main, and 25-lap, $10,000-to-win, $1,000-to-start A-Main.

Earning the pole position via a win in the FK Rod Ends Dash, Kyle Larson led the field to the green flag with his brother-in-law and High Limit championship contender, Brad Sweet, alongside him in the Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49.

Larson immediately launched the Paul Silva owned Finley Farms #57 into the race lead and set sail with lap traffic waiting for him. Fast forward to Lap 9 and fans saw Justin Peck, driving the Buch Motorsports, Coastal Race Parts #13, approach Larson and prepare a battle for the lead before a dramatic moment when he came together with Chris Windom and suffered front end damage to end his bid for the win.

The restart allowed Tanner Thorson, driving for Rod Gross Motorsports, to enter the picture and he wasted no time going after Larson, who he was previously teammates with during their USAC Midget days. An attempted slider off the restart and another run to the tail tank of the #57 in lap traffic gave Thorson a big sniff of the lead, but he just wasn't able to make a move on the former NASCAR champion.

Elk Grove, CA's Kyle Larson ultimately held on for the $10,000 victory - marking his fourth trip to Whiskey Myers Victory Lane, tied for most (with Rico Abreu) in the short history of High Limit Racing.

Cole Macedo of Lemoore, CA, ended up snagging the second-place spot in a photo finish at the checkered flag as he was able to squeeze his Kevin Newton owned Honest Abe Roofing #16T in between Thorson's right side and the outside wall

Thorson, hailing from Minden, NV ended up P3 to earn his first High Limit Racing podium, and he became the de facto championship leader as the highest finishing of 17 full-time High Rollers.

Brad Sweet slipped back to finish fourth, which was the all-important final lock-in to the "Battle at the Bay" Heat Races on Tuesday night. Sweet was followed by one of the Pennsylvania Posse's finest, Anthony Macri of Dillsburg, PA in the fifth spot.

Monday, April 12, 2024
East Bay Raceway Park (Tampa, FL)

Capitol Custom Trailers QuickTime - Brad Sweet (12.550)
TJ Forged Heat One Winner - Kyle Larson
DMI Heat Two Winner - Tanner Thorson
BR Motorsports Heat Three Winner - Cole Macedo
Winters Performance Heat Four Winner - Rico Abreu
FK Rod Ends Dash Winner - Kyle Larson
Jake's Golf Carts Fastest Lap Award - Kyle Larson (13.945)
Hard Charger - Brent Marks (+14, 22nd-to-8th)

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 57-Kyle Larson[1]; 2. 16T-Cole Macedo[4]; 3. 88-Tanner Thorson[3]; 4. 49-Brad Sweet[2]; 5. 39M-Anthony Macri[8]; 6. 14-Corey Day[11]; 7. 24-Rico Abreu[5]; 8. 19-Brent Marks[22]; 9. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[7]; 10. 5-Spencer Bayston[13]; 11. 26-Zeb Wise[12]; 12. 83-Dominic Scelzi[20]; 13. 7BC-Tyler Courtney[16]; 14. 9P-Parker Price Miller[9]; 15. 5T-Ryan Timms[10]; 16. 48-Danny Dietrich[18]; 17. 1-Brenham Crouch[25]; 18. 49X-Tim Shaffer[21]; 19. 8-Cory Eliason[14]; 20. 9-Kasey Kahne[23]; 21. 1A-Jacob Allen[17]; 22. 88X-Austin McCarl[19]; 23. 55-Chris Windom[24]; 24. 28M-Conner Morrell[26]; 25. 16TH-Kevin Newton[15]; 26. 13-Justin Peck[6]

 

 

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

 

 

“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 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

 

 

The Frozen Farmer Choose Cone is Newest High Limit Racing Addition

THE FROZEN FARMER MOVES FROM THE FREEZER AISLE TO THE FRONTSTRETCH AS SPONSOR OF THE FROZEN FARMER CHOOSE CONE

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.

 

 

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.

 

 

Musco Lighting is Official Lighting Partner of High Limit Racing

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.

 

 

 

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.

 

 

Fan Fest and Driver Playlists Add to High Limit Racing’s At-Track Experience

Determined to continually innovate the fan experience, High Limit Racing will introduce Fan Fest and driver playlists to the nightly routine when the season begins with the Battle at the Bay at Tampa, Florida’s East Bay Raceway Park on Monday and Tuesday, February 12-13.

Bringing fans straight to the drivers and teams, Fan Fest will consist of a 20-30 minute time slot carved out of the program prior to opening ceremonies. Following qualifying and prior to heat races, the pit area will be open to all as fans get an up close look at the cars and the teams at work, while also interacting directly with the stars of the show.

During Fan Fest, drivers may be at their cars in the pit area, or signing autographs and selling merchandise at their t-shirt trailers. While Chase Raudman addresses those who are watching FloRacing at home, Tony LaPorta and Alex Brown will be in the grandstands hosting games and offering prizes to fans at the track. At the conclusion of Fan Fest, all fans will return to the grandstands and the program will resume with Opening Ceremonies and immediately into heat races.

“Showcasing our drivers’ personalities and increasing fan engagement will continue to be priorities of ours,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing and Events Officer at High Limit Racing. “Fan Fest gives fans options on how they want to spend that purposeful break in the evening. We look forward to offering it at more tracks and watching it evolve as the season continues.

“Reading the drivers’ playlists has been fun for all of us. I hope the fans enjoy it as much as we’ve enjoyed the build-up to it. The drivers have been thoughtful and are truly taking this chance to share who they are off-the-track with the fans.”

Another unique aspect added to High Limit events in 2024, the High Rollers themselves will be the at-track DJ during race nights. Fans will get a glimpse of driver personalities with music hand selected by the drivers. Each driver will have a specific event dedicated to their playlists.

Shark Racing’s Jacob Allen, one of Sprint Car racing’s most beloved characters, will DJ the season opener at East Bay Raceway Park. His playlist includes songs from Led Zeppelin, Morgan Wallen, Machine Gun Kelly, Lenny Kravitz, Zach Bryan, and more. Kasey Kahne will be the DJ of the series’ second event at Golden Isles Speedway later this month.

A High Limit Racing driver playlist has been added to Spotify, and will be continually updated throughout the season. You can listen to and download the High Limit Racing playlist at https://bit.ly/3SvSkXP.

Fan Fest and the driver playlist at each event join the previously announced Butlerbuilt Professional Seat Systems Hot Seat question and Durst Dice Roll as High Limit Racing initiatives to bring the fans closer to the drivers and spotlight the High Rollers’ personalities.

All of these new experiences will debut next week at the High Limit Racing season opener at East Bay Raceway Park. Single day tickets and discounted two-day “Battle at the Bay” packages are now available for purchase at https://bit.ly/4b1Ov3N. Plus, anyone who purchases a reserved seat in advance online will get a free pit pass add-on.

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.

FloRacing is the exclusive streaming partner of High Limit Racing and will air every event live. FloRacing offers monthly and annual subscription options at floracing.com/highlimit.

 

Fan Questions to put High Limit Drivers on the ButlerBuilt Hot Seat in 2024

Fans will have their voices heard more than ever in 2024 with High Limit Racing’s addition of the ButlerBuilt Hot Seat.

By emailing ButlerBuiltHotSeat@HighLimitRacing.com, fans can submit questions which will be answered nightly during the Dash Draw at all 59 High Limit races. Submissions are unlimited and can be general, driver-specific, track-specific, whatever the fan chooses.

Be sure to include your name and address in the email, if your question is asked on air, you’ll win a High Limit Racing merchandise prize pack.

“Two goals of High Limit Racing are to increase fan engagement, whether at the track or at home, and to showcase the personalities of our drivers,” said Kendra Jacobs, Chief Marketing & Events Officer. “When the Hot Seat was created, ButlerBuilt was the first brand I thought of. ButlerBuilt is a brand that my family has trusted for decades and the safety of their product is world renowned. I’m looking forward to seeing what questions the fans come up with!”

“We’re excited to grow with the High Limit Series and partner in improving our products. This allows our drivers to be safer and more comfortable so they can confidently give their all in putting on the most competitive and exciting racing for the fans.” said Domenic Bickford, President of ButlerBuilt Professional Seat System.

To learn more about the safest seats on the market, you can visit https://www.butlerbuilt.net/. Follow @ButlerBuilt on X, @ButlerBuiltSeats on Instagram, and Butler Built Professional Seat Systems on Facebook.

The ButlerBuilt Hot Seat will debut in three weeks when High Limit’s first National Sprint Car campaign begins on Monday and Tuesday, February 12-13 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, FL. “Battle at the Bay” tickets are now available for purchase at https://bit.ly/4b1Ov3N.

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.

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 at https://floracing.com/highlimit.

 

 

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 – Fort Worth, TX – $12,000/Win

Sunday, April 14 – RPM Speedway – Crandall, TX – $12,000/Win

* Tuesday, April 16 – Red Dirt Raceway – Meeker, OK – $20,000/Win

Friday, April 19 – TBD

Saturday, April 20 – Salina Highbanks Speedway – Pryor, OK – $12,000/Win

* Wednesday, May 1 – 81 Speedway – Wichita, KS – $20,000/Win

Friday, May 3 – Lakeside Speedway – Kansas City, KS – $10,000/Win

Saturday, May 4 – Lakeside Speedway – Kansas City, KS – $50,000/Win

Friday, May 10 – 34 Raceway – West Burlington, IA – $12,000/Win

Saturday, May 11 – Tri-City Speedway – Granite City, IL – $12,000/Win

* Tuesday, May 14 – Kokomo Speedway – Kokomo, IN – $20,000/Win

Thursday, May 16 – Outlaw Speedway – Dundee, NY – $12,000/Win

Friday, May 17 – Utica-Rome Speedway – Vernon, NY – $12,000/Win

Saturday, May 18 – Fonda Speedway – Fonda, NY – $12,000/Win

Saturday, May 25 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $10,000/Win

Sunday, May 26 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $29,000/Win

* Tuesday, May 28 – Grandview Speedway – Bechtelsville, PA – $20,000/Win

Friday, May 31 – TBD

Saturday, June 1 – Butler Motor Speedway – Quincy, MI – $12,085/Win

* Tuesday, June 4 – Davenport Speedway – Davenport, IA – $20,000/Win

Friday, June 7 – I-70 Motorsports Park – Odessa, MO – $10,000/Win

Saturday, June 8 – I-70 Motorsports Park – Odessa, MO – $26,000/Win

* Tuesday, June 11 – Eagle Raceway – Eagle, NE – $50,000/Win

* Wednesday, June 26 – Lake Ozark Speedway – Eldon, MO – $20,000/Win

Friday, June 28 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, MO – $10,000/Win

Saturday, June 29 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, MO – $25,000/Win

Saturday, July 13 – Portsmouth Raceway Park – Portsmouth, OH – $25,554/Win

Wednesday, July 17 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $12,000/Win Twins

Thursday, July 18 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $100,000/Win

Tuesday, July 23 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA – $25,000/Win

Thursday, August 15 – Thunderbowl Raceway – Tulare, CA – $25,000/Win

Friday, August 16 – Kings Speedway – Hanford, CA – $20,000/Win

Saturday, August 17 – Placerville Speedway – Placerville, CA – $12,000/Win

Thursday, August 22 – Silver Dollar Speedway – Chico, CA – $10,000/Win

Friday, August 23 – Silver Dollar Speedway – Chico, CA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, August 24 – Silver Dollar Speedway – Chico, CA – $100,070/Win

Monday, August 26 – Douglas County Speedway – Roseburg, OR – $12,000/Win

Wednesday, August 28 – Grays Harbor Raceway – Elma, WA – $12,000/Win

Thursday, August 29 – Skagit Speedway – Alger, WA – $10,000/Win

Friday, August 30 – Skagit Speedway – Alger, WA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, August 31 – Skagit Speedway – Alger, WA – $100,000/Win

Thursday, September 5 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $10,000/Win

Friday, September 6 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, September 7 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $57,000/Win

Friday, September 13 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, September 14 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA – $50,000/Win

Friday, September 20 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $10,000/Win

Saturday, September 21 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $15,000/Win

* Wednesday, September 25 – TBD

Saturday, September 28 – Florence Speedway – Walton, KY – $12,000/Win

* Tuesday, October 1 – Atomic Speedway – Chillicothe, OH – $20,000/Win

* Tuesday, October 8 – I-70 Motorsports Park – Odessa, MO – $20,000/Win

Friday, October 11 – Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX – $10,000/Win

Saturday, October 12 – Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX – $50,000/Win

* Denotes Midweek Money Series Race

 

 

Chase Raudman Grabs the Mic as High Limit Racing’s New Lead Announcer

With an expanding national footprint and a vastly growing brand, finding the right voice to lead High Limit Racing into the future was a crucial decision heading into the 2024 season. Today, we can announce that we found that announcer.

Chase Raudman, a 29-year-old native of California, will be the High Limit Racing play-by-play voice guiding fans through the inaugural national season - which features 60 dates and a coast-to-coast slate. You’ll get your first taste of Raudman behind the mic when the 2024 campaign begins on Monday & Tuesday, February 12-13 at East Bay Raceway Park.

“We knew that we needed our announcer to be someone young, passionate and promising, someone that could not only elevate our brand but grow alongside it,” said High Limit co-owner, Brad Sweet. “We think Chase fits that mold perfectly and we’re thrilled to welcome him to the team. It will be exciting to see how he makes this role his own and helps us guide High Limit Racing into the future.”

Spending the last three years in a prominent role as pit reporter for the World of Outlaws, Raudman honed his craft, studied the sport, and became a key industry figure while building relationships with drivers, teams, sponsors, and fans. Prior to that, he garnered plenty of experience in play-by-play lead announcing while calling outlaw kart and micro sprint racing for Fast 4 Media.

“This is the opportunity of a lifetime for me, so first and foremost, I owe a huge thank you to Brad, Kyle [Larson], and everybody at FloSports for trusting me enough to take this leap,” said Raudman. “I feel like the potential for High Limit is endless, and I look forward to growing as an announcer as the brand does.”

Fans unable to attend the track next year will be able to hear Raudman behind the mic for all 60 High Limit Racing events streamed live on FloRacing.

 

 

Kasey Kahne's #9 Hitting the Road Full-Time with High Limit Racing in 2024

Washington Native Will Compete in Biggest Sprint Car Race in State History on August 29-31 at Skagit Speedway

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (December 3, 2023) - After building a World of Outlaws dynasty with 200+ wins and six championships over the last 15+ years, Kasey Kahne Racing will move not one but both teams to High Limit Racing in 2024. We already knew that five-time and defending champion Brad Sweet would take the NAPA Auto Parts #49 to the new series, and now it’s official that his boss Kasey Kahne is bringing the #9 to join him in the High Limit room.

The former NASCAR Cup Series superstar is no stranger to many of the 37 tracks scheduled for a High Limit event in 2024. In fact, in the early 2000’s before his rise into stock car fame Kahne won in midgets and sprints at venues such as Atomic Speedway, Eagle Raceway, Eldora Speedway, Grays Harbor Raceway, Lernerville Speedway, and Skagit Speedway, among others. A starter of four High Limit features in 2023, Kahne finished a season-high sixth at Grandview Speedway.

The most meaningful weekend on the 60-race schedule for Kahne will no doubt be his homecoming to Washington in late August for what is set to become the biggest Sprint Car event in state history. A native of nearby Enumclaw, WA, Kahne will lead High Limit into Skagit Speedway on August 29-31 for a record-setting $100,000 payday in the Skagit Nationals.

Kahne’s first full-time campaign with High Limit Racing 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 a trio of six-figure paydays and 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.

A busy week lies ahead for High Limit Racing with plenty of more news to come on the cast of 2024 High Rollers. Stay tuned to FloRacing.com to keep up with the incoming announcements.

For fans unable to attend the track next year, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing.

 

 

High Limit Racing Announces 2024 Schedule with 60 Races in 19 States

Inaugural Nationwide Schedule Highlighted by Three Crown Jewel Events Paying $100,000-to-win; Midweek Money Series 11-Race Schedule Featuring a $50,000-to-win Event.

Season Begins Monday, February 12 with All Races Streamed Live on FloRacing

Mooresville, N.C. (December 1, 2023) – The 2024 High Limit Racing schedule has been announced with 60 dates at 36 tracks across 19 states, totaling more than $4 million in total purse money.

The slate is highlighted by marquee events including the $100,000-to-win Joker’s Jackpot at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, the $100,070-to-win Gold Cup Race of Champions at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, Calif., the $100,000-to-win Skagit Nationals at Skagit Speedway in Burlington, Wash., and the $57,000-to-win Tuscarora 50 at Port Royal (Penn.) Speedway.

Other major events, paying more than $20,000-to-win, include the $50,000-to-win Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Penn., the $50,000-to-win Heartland of America Showdown at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, the $25,554-to-win Dean Knittel Memorial at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park, the $26,000-to-win Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race at I-70 Motorsports Park in Odessa, Mo., the $29,000-to-win Bob Weikert Memorial at Port Royal Speedway, a single-night $25,000-to-win race at Tulare (Calif.) Thunderbowl Speedway, and the $25,000-to-win Diamond Classic at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo.

High Limit Racing will also have two events in conjunction with NASCAR, one at Texas Motor Speedway in April, and the aforementioned Heartland of America Showdown at Lakeside Speedway, roughly eight miles from Kansas Speedway, in May.

High Limit Racing will kick off the 2024 season at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Fla. on February 12 and 13 and celebrate its inaugural season championship at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway on October 12 and 13.

The Midweek Money Series, featuring a separate $100,000 point fund, remains intact, with 11 dates including an upgraded $50,000-to-win Eagle Nationals at Eagle (Neb.) Raceway on June 11. All other Midweek Money Series events feature a $20,000-to-win and $1,500-to-start purse.

All events will be streamed live on FloRacing. To subscribe to FloRacing and gain access to all High Limit Racing events, archived races and content, including the High Limit Room podcast with Larson and Sweet, click here: https://flosports.link/highlimitracing.

Five-time World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet will compete in the full High Limit Racing tour, while co-owner and founder NASCAR champion Kyle Larson will compete full-time in the Midweek Money Series, plus additional events to be announced.

Information on the full “High Rollers” team roster will be shared soon. Follow High Limit on X (formerly known as Twitter), Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on all upcoming announcements.

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.

Contact Information:

High Limit Racing

Brian Walker

bwalker@highlimitracing.com

FloSports

Brian Reinert

brian.reinert@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 – Fort Worth, TX – $12,000/Win

Sunday, April 14 – RPM Speedway – Crandall, TX – $12,000/Win

* Tuesday, April 16 – Red Dirt Raceway – Meeker, OK – $20,000/Win

Friday, April 19 – TBD

Saturday, April 20 – Salina Highbanks Speedway – Pryor, OK – $12,000/Win

* Wednesday, May 1 – 81 Speedway – Wichita, KS – $20,000/Win

Friday, May 3 – Lakeside Speedway – Kansas City, KS – $10,000/Win

Saturday, May 4 – Lakeside Speedway – Kansas City, KS – $50,000/Win

Friday, May 10 – 34 Raceway – West Burlington, IA – $12,000/Win

Saturday, May 11 – Tri-City Speedway – Granite City, IL – $12,000/Win

* Tuesday, May 14 – Kokomo Speedway – Kokomo, IN – $20,000/Win

Thursday, May 16 – Outlaw Speedway – Dundee, NY – $12,000/Win

Friday, May 17 – Utica-Rome Speedway – Vernon, NY – $12,000/Win

Saturday, May 18 – Fonda Speedway – Fonda, NY – $12,000/Win

Saturday, May 25 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $10,000/Win

Sunday, May 26 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $29,000/Win

* Tuesday, May 28 – Grandview Speedway – Bechtelsville, PA – $20,000/Win

Friday, May 31 – TBD

Saturday, June 1 – Butler Motor Speedway – Quincy, MI – $12,085/Win

* Tuesday, June 4 – Davenport Speedway – Davenport, IA – $20,000/Win

Friday, June 7 – I-70 Motorsports Park – Odessa, MO – $10,000/Win

Saturday, June 8 – I-70 Motorsports Park – Odessa, MO – $26,000/Win

* Tuesday, June 11 – Eagle Raceway – Eagle, NE – $50,000/Win

* Wednesday, June 26 – Lake Ozark Speedway – Eldon, MO – $20,000/Win

Friday, June 28 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, MO – $10,000/Win

Saturday, June 29 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, MO – $25,000/Win

Saturday, July 13 – Portsmouth Raceway Park – Portsmouth, OH – $25,554/Win

Wednesday, July 17 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $12,000/Win Twins

Thursday, July 18 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $100,000/Win

Tuesday, July 23 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA – $25,000/Win

Thursday, August 15 – Thunderbowl Raceway – Tulare, CA – $25,000/Win

Friday, August 16 – Kings Speedway – Hanford, CA – $20,000/Win

Saturday, August 17 – Placerville Speedway – Placerville, CA – $12,000/Win

Thursday, August 22 – Silver Dollar Speedway – Chico, CA – $10,000/Win

Friday, August 23 – Silver Dollar Speedway – Chico, CA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, August 24 – Silver Dollar Speedway – Chico, CA – $100,070/Win

Monday, August 26 – Douglas County Speedway – Roseburg, OR – $12,000/Win

Wednesday, August 28 – Grays Harbor Raceway – Elma, WA – $12,000/Win

Thursday, August 29 – Skagit Speedway – Alger, WA – $10,000/Win

Friday, August 30 – Skagit Speedway – Alger, WA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, August 31 – Skagit Speedway – Alger, WA – $100,000/Win

Thursday, September 5 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $10,000/Win

Friday, September 6 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, September 7 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA – $57,000/Win

Friday, September 13 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA – $10,000/Win

Saturday, September 14 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA – $50,000/Win

Friday, September 20 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $10,000/Win

Saturday, September 21 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH – $15,000/Win

* Wednesday, September 25 – TBD

Saturday, September 28 – Florence Speedway – Walton, KY – $12,000/Win

* Tuesday, October 1 – Atomic Speedway – Chillicothe, OH – $20,000/Win

* Tuesday, October 8 – I-70 Motorsports Park – Odessa, MO – $20,000/Win

Friday, October 11 – Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX – $10,000/Win

Saturday, October 12 – Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX – $50,000/Win

* Denotes Midweek Money Series Race

 

 

 

Jacob Allen Joins High Limit Racing Full-Time in 2024

Pennsylvania Fan Favorite Becomes a High Roller with famed Shark Racing #1A

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (November 30, 2023) - There will be plenty of noteworthy news around the 2024 High Limit Racing campaign coming over the next few weeks, and the first little tidbit dropped today courtesy of Jacob Allen.

Driving the familiar and iconic Shark Racing #1A, the son of National Sprint Car Hall of Famer Bobby Allen will become a High Roller next year, chasing the season-long championship and Midweek Money Series title. Allen and Shark Racing join Brad Sweet and Kasey Kahne Racing as the first two publicly confirmed full-timers with more names coming soon.

A 29-year-old native of Hanover, PA, Allen will have several chances to race in his home state of Pennsylvania next year. It has already been announced that High Limit Racing will sanction a pair of marquee events at Port Royal Speedway including the Bob Weikert Memorial on Saturday-Sunday, May 25-26 and the Tuscarora 50 on Thursday-Saturday, September 5-7.

Next year, Allen will also get his first chance at defending his thrilling 2022 Gold Cup Race of Champions title as the Silver Dollar Speedway staple joins the High Limit Racing schedule as one of several crown jewel events. It will mark Allen’s first appearance at the Chico, CA bullring since he edged Shark Racing teammate Logan Schuchart in a photo finish.

Allen will begin the 2024 High Limit Racing campaign at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, FL and wrap everything up at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX with 50+ races in between. A $1 million championship fund has been established with an additional $100,000 points fund for the Midweek Money Series.

For fans unable to attend the track, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing.

 

 

High Limit Racing Expands Race Schedule, Increases Driver Payouts, and Broadens FloSports Partnership in 2024

Sprint Car Series Owned by Brad Sweet and Kyle Larson Will Grow to More Than 50 Race Nights Nationally and Pay Out Over $5 Million in Prize Money. FloSports to Take Minority Stake in the Series and Stream Races on FloRacing with Hours of Additional Original Content and Social Programming Planned

Mooresville, N.C. (November 7, 2023) – High Limit Racing, founded and owned by NASCAR champion Kyle Larson and five-time World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet, is expanding in 2024. The formerly named High Limit Sprint Car Series is adding events and increasing driver payouts while broadening its partnership with FloSports. The midweek race series will evolve into a 50-plus race night schedule across the country and increase driver payouts to more than $5 million.

To support the series, High Limit Racing entered a multi-year media agreement with FloSports, which has taken a minority equity stake in the new venture and will continue to stream live race events while also producing original content on FloRacing, its Motorsports vertical.

“Brad (Sweet) and I literally grew up in this sport and our passion for sprint car racing runs deep,” said Larson. “The 2023 High Limit season went well, but we saw room for growth and more opportunities that were out there to make this division of racing stronger. Not only are we going to continue to run tight, highly-entertaining races for the fans, but we’re going to do it while raising purses and making the sport more financially viable for drivers and teams. On top of that, the partnership with FloSports will bring more eyeballs to our events and grow the sport overall. I can’t think of a much better situation for all involved.”

The new season of the High Limit Racing will reward drivers with bigger payouts and unprecedented flexibility with no restrictions on the amount of non-High Limit races they can compete in. The series also will set dedicated “off-weekends” to allow teams to continue to participate in sprint car racing’s crown jewel events.



High Limit Racing will award a point fund of $1 million with the champion team and driver winning $250,000. Similar to its 2023 season, High Limit Racing will have a Midweek Money Series within the national tour awarding a separate $100,000 total point fund.

Sweet will compete in every event and pursue his first High Limit Racing championship with the Kasey Kahne Racing NAPA No. 49 team. Larson, crowned the midweek series champion earlier this month, will continue to compete in select events while also pursuing a NASCAR Cup Series championship and an Indianapolis 500 victory in 2024.

“We’re working on a diverse and efficient schedule that will maximize the travel time for our teams,” Sweet said. “With increased purses and the availability for teams to also compete in the sport’s crown jewels that may not be High Limit-sanctioned, High Limit drivers and teams have the highest revenue opportunity in sprint car history, barring The Million in 2023. We’re proud of that and see it as a launching pad for the future of sprint car racing.

“The support of Kasey (Kahne), NAPA, and everyone at Kasey Kahne Racing means a lot to me,” Sweet continued. “We’ve accomplished a lot together and now we’ll go on a new adventure and try to add a High Limit championship to our resume. They’re taking this jump with me and that shows how strong and committed this team is.”

FloSports will support the partnership with original content developed and distributed across FloRacing. The content mix will include both short-form social programming and more in-depth spotlights on the drivers and the key storylines developing throughout the season. Over the course of an 11-race season, High Limit content generated more than 8.5 million views this year with FloRacing motorsports coverage earning more than 142 million views across all branded platforms.

“FloRacing is the go-to destination for motorsports fans delivering premium event coverage and original content to viewers across the globe. The expansion of High Limit Racing and our investment in it reinforces our commitment to the growth of motorsports and delivering it authentically to audiences everywhere,” said Mark Floreani, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of FloSports.

To subscribe to FloRacing and gain access to all High Limit Racing events, archived races and content, including the High Limit Room podcast with Larson and Sweet, click here: https://flosports.link/highlimitracing.

The High Limit Racing national tour will kick off 2024 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Fla. in February and celebrate its inaugural season championship at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway in October.

Former All Star Circuit of Champions events including, but not limited to, the Bob Weikert Memorial and Tuscarora 50 events at Port Royal (Penn.) Speedway, the Dean Knittel Memorial at Portsmouth (Ohio) Speedway, and the annual Rayce Rudeen Foundation race will also be on the schedule in 2024.

The prestigious Eldora Speedway will host High Limit Racing twice with a two-day midweek event in July and a return appearance in September for the 4-Crown Nationals. Eagle (Neb.) Raceway will return with the biggest Midweek Money Series purse at the Eagle Nationals.

High Limit Racing will also have two events in conjunction with NASCAR, one at Texas Motor Speedway in April, and another at Lakeside Speedway, roughly eight miles from Kansas Speedway, in May.

The series will make its West Coast debut in 2024, with events including the Gold Cup Race of Champions at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, Calif. and the Skagit Nationals at Skagit Speedway in Burlington, Wash.

The full 2024 High Limit Racing season schedule and information on the “High Rollers” team roster is forthcoming. Official sponsors for High Limit Racing will also be announced at a later date. Follow High Limit on X (formerly known as Twitter), Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on all upcoming announcements.

 

 

High Limit Sprint Car Series Acquires All Star Circuit of Champions

Mooresville, N.C. (October 23, 2023) – The High Limit Sprint Car Series has finalized the acquisition of the All Star Circuit of Champions. NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson and four-time World of Outlaws Sprint Cars champion Brad Sweet will take over ownership of the regional series owned by three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and Eldora Speedway owner Tony Stewart.

“Sprint Car racing is in a better place today because of the contributions Tony has made, including his ownership of the All Stars” said Larson, co-owner of the High Limit Sprint Car Series. “His commitment to giving back to the sport has been an inspiration to me, personally. Brad and I share his passion for making the business side of the sport better for teams, drivers and sponsors, and we’re thankful for Tony’s trust in us to carry on what he started.”

Stewart purchased the All Star Circuit of Champions in 2015, adding to his long list of legendary contributions to motorsports. As just the fourth different owner since the series’ creation in 1970, Stewart grew the All Star Circuit of Champions by expanding its footprint in the country, increasing purses for its teams, and raising the series visibility by partnering with FloRacing in 2020.

“When I purchased the All Stars in 2015, my intention was to unite what had become a divided class of regional 410 winged sprint car racing,” said Stewart. “Over the last nine years, not only have we unified, but we also pushed the boundaries on our geographic footprint, purse structure and race format, while providing a Series that has groomed young talent and provided a continued course for our seasoned veteran drivers. I am extremely proud of our accomplishments. We have developed great relationships with corporate partners, tracks, promoters, team owners and drivers, all of which have contributed to the success of the All Star Series. The time is right to pass the torch to Kyle and Brad. I have had many conversations with them both on their overall vision for 410 racing and I am confident that with their leadership, the sport will continue to thrive into the foreseeable future.

“I am honored to have my name listed next to Bud Miller, Bert & Brigitte Emick and Guy Webb as one of four to have owned the All Stars since 1970. I certainly need to recognize and thank our employees. Our Series Directors, Don Grabey, Eric Walls and Kevin Nouse, have all contributed immensely to the Series and to the sport. The Series Director role is a thankless job and I appreciate their efforts. Blake Anderson and Ross Paulson are our longest tenured employees, having been with the All Stars since the inception of my ownership. Their enthusiasm and dedication to the All Stars and 410 racing are unparalleled. Kenny (Osborne), Erin (Noel), John (Menear), Tyler (Altmeyer), Steve (Topper), Gooch (Jeff Patterson) and Logan (Nouse) were the most recent part of the integral team that allowed us to remain humbly successful over the course of nearly a decade. I look forward to our final banquet in December to celebrate with all our constituents.”

In 2023, Larson and Sweet introduced the High Limit Sprint Car Series with an inaugural schedule that featured 12 midweek events. Like Stewart, their goal is to elevate sprint car racing and turn their passion for the sport into a positive for fans, drivers, teams and race tracks.

“We’ve learned a lot throughout our inaugural midweek season this year,” said Sweet, co-owner of the High Limit Sprint Car Series. “We have a strong desire to expand on what we’ve learned and continue to contribute to and grow sprint car racing. Kyle and I, like Tony, believe in this sport and want to provide more opportunities for teams, drivers and tracks. We’re looking forward to more announcements coming soon.”

Information regarding the 2024 schedule and team roster is forthcoming. Follow High Limit on X (formerly known as Twitter), Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on all upcoming announcements.

 

 

 

 


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