Southern All Stars To Officiate Ice Bowl
FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. — The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series has been once again selected to officiate the 2014 Ice Bowl, scheduled for Jan 2-5 at the Talladega (Ala.) Short Track.
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series, the longest running touring dirt super late model series in the country, will handle all technical and race procedures for the super late models as well at the sportsman/limited late models. The supers will compete in a $6,000 to win, $500 to start 50-lap event that will utilize the following rules: Open Motors will weight 2300 lbs while all other motors will weight 2250 lbs. Tires will be ANY 11×92 max. 1 lb per lap burn off, Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series body rules apply and all cars will utilize an 8 inch spoiler. Entry fee is $100.
Thursday and Friday will be open practice for the super late models as well as tech and registration will open on Friday. Then on Saturday the super late models will qualify and run heat. Sunday there will be Last Chance races along with the 50 lap main event.
The sportsman/limited late models will also be under the Southern All Star officials as well as they will handle all technical and race procedures. The sportsman/limited late models will compete in a 30-lap, $2,500 to win, $250 to start event that will utilize the following rules: 2350 lbs anytime, 362 cubic inch max, ALL Steel Motor, Flat Top Pistons, Steel Heads, Roller Cam OK, Dry Sumps Allowed, 602 or 604 motor 50 lbs weight break, Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series body rules apply, Gas ONLY, ANY 11×92 Tire max, All Spoilers 8 inches. Entry fee is $75
Thursday and Friday will be open practice for the Sportsman/Limited Late Models as well as tech and registration will open on Friday. Then on Saturday the sportsman/limited late models will heats on Saturday then on Sunday will run in Last Chance races as well as the 30 lap main event.
Pits gates open at 8 am each day with drivers meeting at 9 am and hot laps begin at 9:30 am.