ASCS Sooner Slate Confirmed
TULSA, Okla. — The American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region is scheduled for 15 nights of action at seven tracks throughout Oklahoma as well as neighboring portions of Kansas, Texas and Missouri in 2011.
The series opens at Mid-America Speedway in South Coffeyville, Okla., April 2, the first of two Mid-America stops with a return visit Sept. 17.
From Mid-America, the next stop is in Missouri with the first of two tilts versus the new ASCS Warrior Region at Springfield Raceway April 23, with a Springfield encore set July 2.
After taking on their Missouri foes, the action shifts south of the Red River with a showdown versus the ASCS Lone Star Region at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, May 7. A two-nighter at Devil’s Bowl, again with the Lone Star Region, follows June 17-18.
The Sooner forces take to Lawton Speedway, a Sooner staple since the series inception in 2001, for the first of four events May 14 with ensuing events June 4, July 16 and Aug. 20.
The ASCS Sooner Region will also venture into Kansas over Memorial day weekend for the third annual Steve King Memorial at the Jetmore Motorplex May 28-29. With $3,000 to win each night, this event replaces the Lucas Oil ASCS National event originally scheduled at that time.
Another pair of Oklahoma ovals are on the docket as well, including Outlaw Motor Speedway near Muskogee July 15 and the season finale at Muskogee’s Thunderbird Speedway Oct. 8.
April 2 Mid-America Speedway South Coffeyville, Okla.
April 23 Springfield Raceway Springfield, Mo.
May 7 Devil’s Bowl Speedway Mesquite, Texas
May 14 Lawton Speedway Lawton, Okla.
May 28-29 Jetmore Motorplex Jetmore, Kan.
May 30 TBA TBA
June 4 Lawton Speedway Lawton, Okla.
June 17-18 Devil’s Bowl Speedway Mesquite, Texas
July 2 Springfield Raceway Springfield, Mo.
July 15 Outlaw Motor Speedway Muskogee, Okla.
July 16 Lawton Speedway Lawton, Okla.
Aug. 20 Lawton Speedway Lawton, Okla.
Sept. 17 Mid-America Speedway South Coffeyville, Okla.
Oct. 8 Thunderbird Speedway Muskogee, Okla.