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  1. WRG just released the 2022 Super DIRTcar Series schedule and there are a few interesting things to note: - First ever trip to Atomic Speedway in Ohio - At least 9 shows paying $10,000+ to win - No Canadian tracks on the schedule this year which is a huge bummer to our friends to the North It seems like they have a good amount of diversity in the schedule this year as far as tracks go. It would have been nice to see the Canadian tracks, though. Link to the press release is below - https://superdirtcarseries.com/news/2022-schedule-super-dirtcar-series-ready-for-ra
  2. I think this could turn out to be one of the best events of the year. I think am much more inclined to go to this event rather than Super Dirt Week next year
  3. I see that it was just announced on Twitter that the 410 sprint cars have been added to the line up for the show next year. I think this will be a great move and will hopefully help with the draw of more fans. I remember going to the first STSS race there back in 2018 and being blown away by both the facility and the racing there, and that was the year that they had the modifieds and sprint cars. It was great racing in both classes. It will be interesting to see what night they get added to and if there will be any other competing shows I’m the area.
  4. As posted in another thread, Ronnie Johnson just announced that he’s switching back to Fonda to run weekly on Saturdays. You can’t help but wonder if this stunt that Howie pulled had an impact on his decision...
  5. This series is holding two full points paying races in TN in April who has had higher rates and yet they’re selling tickets for these races, but it’s insane to schedule an early race in PA? Hardly any of the tracks in PA stayed shut down this past year and few tracks had any fan restrictions. I haven’t seen anything yet that says they will this coming year. Many tracks went against state guidelines and opened up after a short period, and nothing happened to them. If you went to any races down there this past year you’d see that. It was just a mere suggestion from a fan’s perspective who wants
  6. I was just using those tracks as an example, but realistically any track south of NY would work. But that’s exciting to hear that they’re working on finalizing a PA track for the schedule. I just feel like it’s a bit of a missed opportunity to not hold more races down that way where you’re pretty much guaranteed to have spectators. I’m still excited for the schedule that they released, especially with a second race at Lebanon Valley this year.
  7. There are a couple of things that stand out to me on this schedule. The first thing is that there are 12 races paying $10,000+ to win which is over a third of the schedule. To me that’s great. The second thing is I don’t see Fulton, Brewerton, or Utica Rome on the schedule - my guess is they will probably show up on the 358 schedule, but it’s the first season in a long time that we haven’t seen those three tracks on the circuit. The last thing that stands out to me is the lack of PA tracks on the schedule. Why not take a chance and schedule a few races early in the season at a track like BAPS
  8. It was just announced that the Short Track Super Series has been invited to be a part of the inaugural season at the new track in Bloomsburg. How exciting! “💥 A brand-new, one-million-dollar dirt track designed by USAC star Levi Jones coming to Pennsylvania? Yes, it's true. ▪️Work has already begun on the banked, three-eighths-mile Bloomsburg Fair Raceway on the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds. And we've been invited to race on it. The Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco North Region Modifieds and Crate 602 Sportsman will take part in the Battle at Bloomsbur
  9. The article posted above states that they’re going to lay down all new clay, increase the banking, and add walls as well as remove the stage on the front stretch. They say they are going to put nearly a million dollars into the place. The work is supposed to start this month and finish by the spring
  10. I’m not sure if anybody saw this yet, but apparently the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds are going to hold some sprint car races next year, including the USAC National Tour during Eastern Storm. According to the article below, the fair board is looking to host about a dozen races next year including a race during their fair week. This is pretty exciting news! It’s not often that you see racetracks pop up these days. www.wnep.com/amp/article/news/local/columbia-county/bloomsburg-fair-fairgrounds-midget-dirt-track-racing/523-bae64e31-6db1-4d77-9f83-7a8899cd4b86
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