VERNON, N.Y. — The newly revamped High Limit Racing series is set for a New York swing in May.
Co-owners Brad Sweet and Kyle Larson will take the 410 sprint car series to both Utica-Rome Speedway (May 17) and Fonda Speedway (May 18) next season.
Both events will feature the series in conjunction with the big-block/small-block modifieds, a quick-hitting two-division, double-headline program.
The All-Star Circuit of Champions visited Utica-Rome each of the last two seasons (won by Danny Varin and Justin Peck). The ASCoC was scheduled for a Fonda visit last May, but that event was nixed by rain.
Following the announcement earlier in the month that the High Limit Series had bought out the ASCoC, Fonda and Utica-Rome promoter Brett Deyo of BD Motorsports Media LLC secured dates for the highly sought-after national 410 Sprint Car division.
Both the Utica-Rome and Fonda events will pay a minimum of $12,000 to the winner and $1,200 to take the green flag. A three-night swing through the Empire State will begin at Outlaw Speedway on May 16.