ASCS launches Carolina Region in 2005

TULSA, Okla. (October 18, 2004) - The American Sprint Car Series will re-establish a presence in the southeast portion of the United States with the formation of a new ASCS Carolina Region in 2005. American Sprint Car Series founder and ...

TULSA, Okla. (October 18, 2004) - The American Sprint Car Series will re-establish a presence in the southeast portion of the United States with the formation of a new ASCS Carolina Region in 2005.

American Sprint Car Series founder and president Emmett Hahn met with a number of sprint car owners and drivers in Mooresville, NC, on Sunday night, October 17, to discuss plans for the 2005 season, which will include a schedule of approximately 18-22 races throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and the surrounding area.

At least 15 drivers have already committed to the entire 2005 ASCS Carolina Regional series, with others showing a keen interest in the revival of the Regional series that existed in the area several years ago.

Founded in 1992, the American Sprint Car Series is the nation's premier 360-ci Sprint Car sanctioning body. With this upcoming weekend's O'Reilly ASCS National Tour two-day finale at Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, TX, remaining, the ASCS has already sanctioned 79 events at 43 different tracks in 15 states this year. A total of 430 drivers have competed in at least one ASCS event in 2004.

More information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com.

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