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A busy stretch of racing for Must See Racing begins June 16 at Ohio's Lorain Raceway Park.

A Busy Stretch For Must See Racing

HOLLY, Mich. — The Must See Racing Sprint Series Presented by Engine Pro is preparing for its busiest stretch of the season with three consecutive weekends of racing in three different states.

The action will begin next Friday night June 16 when the series returns to Lorain Raceway Park in South Amherst, Ohio, as part of the Super Crown Nationals that will also feature ISMA/MSS Supermodifieds.

The following weekend June 24 will see the series return to Owosso Speedway in Ovid, Michigan. The three-eighths-mile track was recently repaved and there’s reason to believe the all-time Owosso Speedway track record could fall.

The three-weekend string of events will conclude when the series makes its final-ever appearance at the high-banked quarter-mile Rockford Speedway in Loves Park, Illinois. It will be the final chance for fans to see winged sprint cars at the track that opened in 1948. It was announced last fall that the track was closing after this season. One lucky driver will be able to boast winning the final sprint car race at the historic venue July 2.

Must See Racing is enjoying one of its most competitive seasons. There have been three different winners in the three events contested thus far in 2023. Jason Blonde, Jimmy McCune, and Charlie Schultz have each been victorious.

Jason Blonde is the current series points leader.