Chase Elliott is among the drivers in action for the Clyde Hart Memorial. (HHP/Chris Owens Photo)

At A Glance: Clyde Hart Memorial Entry List

NEW SMYRNA, Fla. — The ASA STARS National Tour will make its debut at the prestigious New Smyrna Speedway on Feb. 13 for the 25th running of the Clyde Hart Memorial.

The tri-sanctioned event with the ASA STARS National Tour, ASA Southern Super Series and David Rogers Super Late Models features an impressive field of over 40 cars featuring drivers from 17 states and Ontario Canada that are ready to do battle on the action packed half-mile.

The event features a 200-lap feature paying $15,000 to the winner and $1,500 to start the main event. It’ll be broadcast live by SPEED SPORT affiliate TrackTV.

The ASA STARS National Tour Clyde Hart Memorial will be a part of the 56th Annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing. The first night of the World Series of Asphalt takes place on Feb. 9 and runs nine consecutive nights, closing out on Feb. 17 with the David Rogers Super Late Models Orange Blossom 100. 

The Clyde Hart Memorial is shaping up to be one for the record books with an event high total payout as well as the most entries in the event’s history.

A blend of drivers with ties to NASCAR, career short track aces and rising stars looking to make a name for themselves will all be in action at New Smyrna Speedway. Headlining the Clyde Hart entry list is 2020 NASCAR Cup Series champion Chase Elliott.

Elliott is no stranger to victory lane in Southern Super Series competition, finding victory lane three times in a limited number of starts. 

“We are thrilled to work with the Hart family and everyone at New Smyrna Speedway to make this a must see event,” said ASA STARS National Tour Owner Bob Sargent. “Clyde Hart was huge on getting the drivers from the north and the south to come together and battle it out here at New Smyrna. Although Clyde is no longer with us, his legacy will live on for years to come.” 

Full Entry List

2 John Bolen (Jasper, AL)

8 Jonathan Knee (Fort Collins, CO)

08 Tony Elrod (Lecanto, FL)

9 Brad May (Oviedo, FL) 

9 Chase Elliott (Dawsonville, GA) 

9 Derek Kraus (Strarford, WI)

12 Derek Griffith (Litchfield, NH)

14 Austin Nason (Roscoe, IL) 

14 Connor Okrzesik (Grand Bay, AL) 

15 Gabe Sommers (Plover, WI) 

20 Kris Wright (Pittsburgh, PA) 

21 Jeff Choquette (W Palm Beach, FL) 

22 Gio Ruggiero (Seekonk, MA) 

23 Dave Farrington (Sabattus, ME)

23 Billy VanMeter (Indianapolis, IN) 

24 Brent Crews (Denver, NC) 

25 Gavan Boschele (Mooresville, NC) 

26 Bubba Pollard (Senoia, GA)

26 Casey Roderick (Pulaski, MS) 

26 Dawson Sutton (Lebanon, TN) 

27 Cody Krucker (Bonita Springs, FL) 

27 Bobby Good (Lake Mary, FL)

28 Timothy Watson (Panama City, FL) 

28 Cole Butcher (Hantsports, NS)

29 Hunter Wright (Lebanon, TN)

30 Kyle Steckly (Milverton, Ontario Canada) 

32 Treyten Lapcevich (Grimsby, Ontario Canada) 

32 Caden Kvapil (Mooresville, NC) 

33 Daniel Webster (Brooksville, FL)

33 Albert Francis (Painesville, OH)

36 Ty Fredrickson (Northfield, MN)

44 Conner Jones (Fredericksburg, VA)

50 Jett Noland (Groveland, FL)

51 Stephen Nasse (Pinellas Park, FL) 

51 Jake Finch Lynn (Haven, FL)

54 Matthew Craig (Concord, NC) 

58 Michael Goddard (Ft Myers, FL)

62 William Sawalich (Eden Prairie, MN)

69 Michael Hinde (Hernando, FL)

76 James Lynch (Palos Park, IL) 

78 Jo Lawrence (London, Ontario Canada) 

91 Ty Majeski (Neenah, WI)

97 Grant Thormeier (Lakeland, FL)