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Sean McClelland (1) leads Taylor Walton during ASCS action at Nevada Speedway in Missouri last year. (Mark Funderburk photo)

ASCS National Shifts Montana Swing To August

CONCORD, N.C. — This year’s lineup of events for the American Sprint Car Series National Tour continues to evolve and come into place, with the most recent update coming in the month of August.

Originally a two-night run in July, the trip north now encompasses six nights, starting in Kansas and Nebraska before heading north to Montana.

Dodge City Raceway Park has taken Aug. 16. Racing then moves to Lincoln County Raceway in Nebraska for the tour’s first visit on Aug. 17. Both nights are in conjunction with the ASCS Western Plains Region.

Northbound from there, the first stop in Montana is Big Sky Speedway in Billings for the first time since 2019 on Aug. 23-24 for the $12,012 to win Harvey Ostermiller Memorial. Back on the lineup for the first time since 2015, Electric City Speedway in Great Falls will take Aug. 30-31, during the 28th annual Montana Roundup. All four nights are co-sanctioned with the ASCS Frontier Region.

Further updates to the 2024 schedule are forthcoming and will be posted once confirmed.