2003 Schedule released for ASCS Rocky Mountain Region. TULSA, Okla. (January 16, 2003) - The 2003 American Sprint Car Series Rocky Mountain Region schedule, consisting of 27 point events throughout Colorado, New Mexico, South Dakota, Wyoming,...
2003 Schedule released for ASCS Rocky Mountain Region.
TULSA, Okla. (January 16, 2003) - The 2003 American Sprint Car Series Rocky Mountain Region schedule, consisting of 27 point events throughout Colorado, New Mexico, South Dakota, Wyoming, Kansas and Montana, has been released. Additionally, the top runners on the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region trail will be invited for the first time to participate in Knoxville Raceway's Brodix Tournament of Champions on August 9-10.
The ASCS Rocky Mountain Region is tentatively scheduled to kick off its third season of action on May 9 at Black Hills Speedway in Rapid City, SD, the home of Randi Miller who finished a close second to Colorado's Mike Dreiling in 2002 ASCS Rocky Mountain Region points. Black Hills Speedway will also host the series on June 20, as well as the two-day season finale on September 19-20.
The ASCS Rocky Mountain Region will also have challenge races versus the NCRA 360 Sprints and WISSOTA Sprints in 2003. On June 27-28, Denver's Rocky Mountain National Speedway will host the first ASCS Rocky Mountain Region versus NCRA 360 Sprint Challenge. In the season finale at Black Hills Speedway, the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region will take on the stars of the WISSOTA Sprint Series.
Included on the 2003 ASCS Rocky Mountain Region schedule are a trio of events that will be held in conjunction with the O'Reilly Auto Parts American Sprint Car Series presented by Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores national tour. Held on the ASCS National Tour's July 4 swing, these events will take place on July 3 at Aztec (NM) Speedway, a yet to be announced venue on July 4 and Albuquerque's Duke City Raceway on July 5. Aztec Speedway will also host a two-day event for the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region on June 6-7.
Kansas stops for the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region include Sherman County Speedway in Goodland, KS, on May 17, Thomas County Speedway in Colby, KS, on August 1 and August 31, and the Jetmore (KS) Motorplex on August 2 and August 30.
The ASCS Rocky Mountain Region ventures into Wyoming for events at Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs on May 31and August 23, Gillette Speedway on June 21, Sheridan Speedway on June 22 and Casper Speedway on August 22.
Montana stops for the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region include two-day shows at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls on July 25-26 and Billings Motorsports Park on September 12-13.
In addition to Colorado National Speedway's ASCS vs. NCRA event, Colorado's Thunder Mountain Speedway in Olathe will also host the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region on July 18-19.
For additional information, check www.ascsracing.com