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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:
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.
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
High Limit Racing
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 –
* 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 –
* 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
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
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
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
“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
“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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