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2014 Lucas Oil ASCS National Schedule

Brandi Jass (24) races with Klint Angelette (19) during the ASCS Gulf South Region event at Battleground Speedway in Texas (RonSkinnerPhotos.com Photo)

Brandi Jass (24) races with Klint Angelette (19) during the ASCS Gulf South Region event at Battleground Speedway in Texas (RonSkinnerPhotos.com Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS – Expanding the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real in more way than one, the national arm of the American Sprint Car Series will potentially see 65 dates, if not more in 2014 with several new venues in the works as well as returns to tracks not seen in over ten years.

Spanning across 15 states and 32 municipalities already, the lineup for the series 23rd season of operation will see new facilities added to the record books of the Lucas Oil ASCS . Along with the expanded schedule over 2013’s lineup of 55 dates, expanded tow-money will be offered with the top 12 in owner-points now eligible for tow-money.

With only a hand full of dates still needing to be finalized, the series will see a return to California with dates in May before heading up to Oregon’s Cottage Grove Speedway.

The Arnold Motor Supply ASCS Knoxville Nationals and Musco Lighting Front Row Challenge will again highlight the start of the Southern Iowa Sprint Week. Other marque events in 2014 include the Devil’s Bowl Spring and Winter Nationals. The COMPcams Short Track Nationals will again make up four dates to close out the month of October.

Lucas Oil Speedway will once again cap off the Summer Speedweek as well as offer up the Jesse Hockett / Daniel McMillin Memorial. The Jackson Nationals will again be sanctioned under the ASCS banner with AtoZ Promotions also working on dates in South Dakota and Kansas for the coming season.

Tony Bruce, Jr. and TJB Promotions will again provide shows for the National Tour at Riverside International Speedway with the Rock-n-Roll 50 in West Memphis, Ark. The Eagle Nationals will also return at the famed high-banked Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Neb. Among Bruce’s crowning achievements for the 2014 season is the series return to Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan., a joint venture with Scott Traylor and Racinboys.com.

The Cocopah Speedway in Somerton, Ariz. will again open and close the season for the Lucas Oil ASCS with details on the second round of the Cocopah Cup Challenge in the works for another major payday for ASCS drivers.

Racinboys.com will again provide live audio and select live PPV events for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real in 2014 with broadcasts provided by Lucas Oil and the McCarthy Auto Groups.

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Schedule Presented by MAVTV American Real

Date – Track – City – State

Feb. 28 Cocopah Speedway Yuma, Ariz.

March 1 Cocopah Speedway Yuma, Ariz.

March 14-15 Arizona Speedway Queen Creek, Ariz.

March 21-22 Devil’s Bowl Speedway Mesquite-Texas

April 11 Lexington 104 Speedway Lexington, Tenn.

April 12 I-30 Speedway Little Rock, Ark.

April 25 Outlaw Motorsports Park Wainwright, Okla.

April 26 Riverside Int. Speedway West Memphis, Ark.

May 8 Lakeside Speedway Kansas City, Kan.

May 9 Heartland Park (Tentative) Topeka, Kan.

May 14 Placerville Speedway Placerville, Calif.

May 17-18 TBA

May 23 Southern Oregon Speedway Medford, Ore.

May 24-25 Cottage Grove Speedway Cottage Grove, Ore.

May 30 Salina Speedway Salina, Kan.

May 31 Eagle Raceway Eagle, Neb.

June 6 Lexington 104 Speedway Lexington, Tenn.

June 7 I-30 Speedway Little Rock, Ark.

June 12 Red River Speedway Wichita Falls, Texas

June 14 Devil’s Bowl Speedway Mesquite, Texas

June 16 Lubbock Motor Speedway (Tentative) Lubbock, Texas

June 18 Lawton Speedway Lawton, Okla.

June 19 Creek County Speedway Sapulpa, Okla.

June 20 West Siloam Speedway W. Siloam Springs, Okla.

June 21 Lucas Oil Speedway Wheatland, Mo.

July 4-5 TBA

July 11 Electric City Speedway Great Falls, Montana

July 12 Billings Motorsports Park Billings, Montana

July 18 Black Hills Speedway Rapid City, S.D.

July 19 I-90 Speedway Sioux Falls, S.D.

July 22 Dakota State Fair Speedway Huron, S.D.

July 27 Huset’s Speedway (Tentative) Brandon, S.D.

July 31-Aug.2 Knoxville Raceway Knoxille, Iowa

Aug. 4 Southern Iowa Speedway Oskaloosa, Iowa

Aug. 15 TBA

Aug. 16 Salina Highbanks Speedway Salina-Okla.

Aug. 21 Riverside Int’l Speedway West Memphis, Ark.

Aug. 22 Lexington 104 Speedway Lexington, Tenn.

Aug. 23 TBA

Aug. 29-30 Jackson Speedway Jackson, Minn.

Aug. 31 Huset’s Speedway (Tentative Brandon, S.D.

Sept. 19-20 I-80 Speedway Greenwood, Neb.

Sept. 26-27 Lucas Oil Speedway Wheatland, Mo.

Oct. 3 TBA

Oct. 4 Outlaw Motorsports Park Wainwright, Okla.

Oct. 17-18 Devil’s Bowl Speedway Mesquite, Texas

Oct. 22-25 I-30 Speedway Little Rock, Ark.

Nov. 7 El Paso Speedway Park El Paso, Texas

Nov. 8 Southern NM Speedway Las Cruces, N.M.

Nov. 14-15 Cocopah Speedway Yuma, Ariz.

 

**Schedule is subject to change without notice.

Any further updates to the 2014 schedule will be posted to http://www.ascsracing.com

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