USAR Releases 2003 ProCup Race Schedule. Fayetteville, GA (October 18, 2002)-- United Speed Alliance Racing has released a tentative 2003 race schedule for the Hooters ProCup Series. The 2003 schedule will feature 30 race dates and a renewal of...
USAR Releases 2003 ProCup Race Schedule.
Fayetteville, GA (October 18, 2002)-- United Speed Alliance Racing has released a tentative 2003 race schedule for the Hooters ProCup Series. The 2003 schedule will feature 30 race dates and a renewal of the unique two-division format that has made the USAR Hooters ProCup Series one of the most popular short-track racing series in the country.
There are two new tracks scheduled to host 250-lap events in 2003. The Northern Division of the Series will visit Mansfield Motorsports Speedway in Mansfield, Ohio on May 3. The Southern Division of the Series will visit the Volunteer State when Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee will host a race on July 12.
Once again each division will be anchored by"home tracks" hosting multiple events. The season will begin in the Southern Division at USA International Speedway on February 22. This will be the first of four races to be held at the .750-mile facility in Lakeland, FL in 2003. The Southern Division will also visit the track on May 31 and August 30. The 2003 season will conclude with the final race of the Championship Series on November 29.
Jennerstown Speedway will kickoff the Northern Division portion of the schedule with a race on April 12. The Series returns to Jennerstown on June 7 and a Championship Series race on October 4. Two other tracks are also scheduled to host multiple events with Hickory Motor Speedway and Myrtle Beach Speedway each having two events on the schedule.
The season will begin with a Florida swing in the schedule with races at Five Flags Speedway and New Smyrna Speedway set to follow the season opener at USA International Speedway. The Southern Division will return to Ace Speedway and Concord Motorsport Park for Southern Division races.
The Northern Division schedule will feature returns to Lonesome Pine Raceway, Holland International Speedway, Kil-Kare Speedway, New River Valley Speedway, Illiana Motor Speedway and a new addition to the Northern Division, Big Daddy's South Boston Speedway. Winchester Speedway is scheduled to begin the Championship Series once again next year on September 20.
The remaining open dates of the tentative 2003 schedule are expected to be filled within the next few weeks as dates are finalized with various facilities.