BRANDON, S.D. – Announced Saturday night at Huset’s Speedway, the High Bank Nationals will return for the second annual running in 2023 and will do so in a fashion bigger than any other event throughout all of sprint car racing’s long history.
Paying a staggering $250,000-to-win, the event will expand in purse and length with an extra day being added to the docket (June 21-24, 2023).
“I’m thrilled to say we’re bringing the biggest race in Sprint Car history to Brandon, South Dakota next year,” said Huset’s Speedway owner, Tod Quiring. “We’ve had a vision for several years now of growing a specific race at this place into elite status, and I believe we’ve found just that with the High Bank Nationals. This is going to be a can’t miss event. I hope everyone comes out to support us next year and enjoy the immaculate facility we have at Huset’s.”
With next year’s $250,000 payday, the Huset’s High Bank Nationals will surpass the likes of Eldora’s Mopar Million ($200,000), Knoxville’s Knoxville Nationals ($176,000), and Eldora’s Kings Royal ($175,000) as the current biggest payday in Sprint Car history.
Racers will be competing for big bucks throughout the four-day event next year with Saturday’s finale paying $5,000-to-start.
Stay tuned to the World of Outlaws and Huset’s Speedway social channels throughout the year and into the off-season as more details are finalized for this history-making event.