USAR Announces 2005 Race Schedule Hooters ProCup Series to Visit 10 Different States in 30 Race Season LONGS, SC - As the Hooters ProCup Series gets ready to crown its 2004 champion in November with three more races on the schedule, United ...
USAR Announces 2005 Race Schedule
Hooters ProCup Series to Visit 10 Different States in 30 Race Season
LONGS, SC - As the Hooters ProCup Series gets ready to crown its 2004 champion in November with three more races on the schedule, United Speed Alliance Racing Director of Operations Tony Cox has released the 2005 schedule for the competitors, sponsors and fans of the touring series.
For the fifth consecutive season the Hooters ProCup Series will feature a 30-race schedule with the two divisions and Championship Series format. The schedule will visit 10 states and 21 tracks over the course of the season with seven tracks hosting multiple events in 2005.
South Boston Speedway, Peach State Speedway, Jennerstown Speedway, Myrtle Beach Speedway, Motor Mile Speedway, and Mansfield Motorsports Speedway will all host two races while USA International Speedway will host four events next year.
USA International Speedway will kick off the season on Saturday, February 26 with a Southern Division event while the Northern Division competitors will begin action at South Boston Speedway on Saturday, April 9. Two new tracks have been added to the schedule with South Georgia Motorsports Park in Valdosta, GA hosting a Southern Division race on March 12 and Madison International Speedway in Madison, WI hosting a Northern Division race on Friday, September 9.
``We are very happy with our 2005 schedule,'' said Cox. ``Over the years we have been able to establish a great relationship with many of our host facilities that want to continue to bring our brand of great short track racing to its fans. While we have renewed agreements with over 95 percent of our tracks from last year, we are very excited to have South Georgia and Madison added to our schedule. We look forward to another great season.''
The Hooters ProCup Series recognized its first champion in 1997 and has ran over 185 races and paid out over $17 million in posted purse and post season awards in just eight short years. Next year over 100 competitors are expected to challenge for over $3 million in posted awards.
For more information on the Hooters ProCup Series please visit the official website of USAR, www.usarprocup.com