High Limit Sprint Car Series Reveals Full Schedule
The High Limit Sprint Car Series has just announced the full schedule for the rest of the season, including the upcoming ‘Commonwealth Clash’ at Lernerville Speedway. Not only is the $50,000-to-win event on the schedule, but all 12 of the events are available on FloRacing.
High Limit Sprint Car Series promoters Brad Sweet and Kyle Larson have released a full schedule of the series’ first 12 races of the 2023 season. The schedule will include 11 points races and a special event.
One of the new High Limit series races will take place at Grandview Speedway in Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania, on July 25. This will be the series’ inaugural stop in PA Posse country. There will also be two additional Saturday night stock car racing events at the track.
The grandstand will be open to all spectators at no cost. During open practice, fans can enjoy free music sessions and race car displays.
The track’s open competition 358 Modified division will be featured. Additionally, the track will host PA Sportsman stock cars and late models. In addition, there will be NASCAR Souvenir Night.
The track will also host family night. This will feature an open competition 358 modified show and PA Sportsman stock car show. Also, fans can enjoy a fireworks display.
The Lernerville Speedway High Limit Sprint Car Series is scheduled to return to the track on September 26. The series will also make three additional visits during the season.
High Limit officials announced the first three events of the 2023 schedule on Monday. The full schedule will be released on Thursday.
Lernerville Speedway will host two races in the mid-week schedule. One will pay $23,022 to win, while the other will offer a $70,000 purse. It will also host an evening event on September 26, with a $50,000 prize.
Several full-time teams have expressed interest in visiting the series, including Mallie Shuster, Gerard McIntyre and Spencer Bayston. Kyle Larson and Brad Sweet are ready to deliver the 12-race schedule for the inaugural season.
Among the other tracks on the schedule are Bechtelsville’s Grandview Speedway, Franklin, Pa., and Eagle, Nebraska’s Eagle Raceway. There are 10 other venues with purses of slightly more than $23,000.
In addition to the regular schedule, the Series will visit several high-profile racing events on a weekly basis. For example, the first event of the year will be at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City on April 11. Another non-points event will be held at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Columbus, Ohio on June 6.
The High Limit series will continue its tour of America on June 6. It will then head west to Huset’s Speedway in August, before returning to Indiana’s Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, Ind.
FloRacing will carry all 12 events
FloRacing will carry all 12 events of the newly formed High Limit Sprint Car Series. This will include two $50,000-to-win marquee races. The FloRacing platform will also provide live streaming coverage of each event.
The series will feature top 410 sprint car drivers from across the globe. Larson and Sweet hope to create a series that will draw big crowds to the dirt tracks in the United States. Their goals are to increase the midweek competition in the Sprint Car world, and to grow dirt racing in general.
FloRacing will offer live streaming coverage of the High Limit series. During its inaugural season, it will be featured at three venues. The first of these is Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City. Other stops will include Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Nebraska, and Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois.
FloRacing will stream three events every day of the week. One race will be featured on Tuesday, and another will be shown on Wednesday. A third event will be shown on Thursday.
‘Commonwealth Clash’ will pay $50,000-to-win
The High Limit Sprint Car Series will pay a $50,000 payday to the winner of two marquee events. In addition, the series will also offer up to $23,000 to win in eight additional events. These races will be held at dirt track venues throughout the United States.
This new mid-week racing series will be headlined by former NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson and three-time World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet. They will compete in the series on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. FloRacing will provide live streaming of the High Limit races.
The inaugural season will take place in April, and will start at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City. A test run will take place on August 16. Additional dates are expected to be announced on Thursday.
During the initial tour of the 2021 season, Larson finished third in the Chili Bowl. He also won the Kings Royal race. For the upcoming 2023 season, he will be a partner with World of Outlaws series champion Brad Sweet. Their team is currently 120 points ahead of the rest of the field with nine races remaining.