WAYNESFIELD, Ohio – The Ti22 Performance FAST on Dirt 410 winged sprint car tour will begin its third year partnered with the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series next year under Aaron Fry.
Twenty-five nights of racing will see 18 events in the home state of Ohio. Stalwart tracks for the tour – Fremont Speedway, Waynesfield Raceway Park and Atomic Speedway – will each host five events and make up the bulk of the schedule.
All five Atomic races will see enhanced purses, including a $20,000-to-win event on May 27 and a $10,000-to-win season finale on Oct. 2.
Three nights of action, also for some big money, will take place at the newly revitalized West Virginia Motor Speedway, including events for $10,000 and $20,000 to win.
Two races will take place in southern Michigan and a lone event will happen in Indiana. One race date is still being negotiated.
The standard FAST minimum purse still pays $3,000 to win, but the back half of the purse has been increased to $350 to start. The tow bonus will still be in effect for tour regulars, making it $400 to start for full-time teams.
The top four in 2020 final points will begin on the tow bonus and after race three it will go off of the current top 10 in points.
With the help of Ti22 Performance, All Star Performance and Hoosier Racing Tires, not only is the standard purse raised, but the 2021 championship payout will also be at a new high, with $10,000 to win the title.
The top 10 in final points will be eligible for parts of a $33,000 point fund, providing they compete in 75 percent or more of the completed events.
The FAST on Dirt 410 sprint car season begins March 27 at Waynesfield (Ohio) Raceway Park.
2021 FAST on Dirt 410 Sprint Car Series Schedule
Oct. 2 – Atomic Speedway – Chillicothe, Ohio