(CLEVELAND, OH) The American Sim Racing Series has partners with Driven Designz to present the 2018 Dirt Racing Series 410 Sprint Car Series as part of the newly christened ASRS Home Tracks Series.
The Driven Designz Sprint Car Series will be joined by Modifieds on Wednesday nights beginning January 10th and running through the end of February. Among tracks on the 2018 slate are returning favorites Eldora Speedway, Volusia Speedway Park and Williams Grove Speedway along with December Dirt Week host track Lanier National Speedway. Two new tracks are slated to join the schedule in 2018 as Knoxville Speedway will host it’s first ASRS sanctioned event on January 17th while Limaland Motorsports Park is expected to join the series on February 21st.
Driven Designz is a custom paint scheme designer specializing in iRacing car designs founded by Jim Foose and Steve Buhala in 2013. Both Foose and Buhala share painting duties along with providing graphical support for the American Sim Racing Series and other online racing ventures.
“410 sprints have become a favorite of mine when I attend dirt races, the action is second to none as these daredevils defy all odds while wheeling these overpowered, under weight winged open wheel machines inches away from other cars, walls and the ever changing cushion, so this is a dream of mine to run 410 sprints on dirt” Jim Foose, ASRS President stated. “Not only is this a perfect racing series for ASRS, its a great opportunity to spotlight Driven Designz and what we are doing over there merging two of my ventures together to promote something I believe in” Foose continued.
The ASRS Driven Designz Sprint Car Series kicks off Wednesday, February 10th and will run through February 28th, racing seven events over the course of those eight weeks as part of the ASRS Home Tracks Series: Dirt Racing Series. The series will be off February 14th, Valentine’s Day.
The ASRS Home Tracks Series is a culmination of all short track championship series including the ASRS Dirt Series, ASRS Super Late Model Tour and ASRS Modified Tour. Each series will have it’s own champion, while a Home Tracks Champion will be crowned at the conclusion of the 2018 season. The ASRS Home Tracks Series features different types of short track racing and is intended to crown a “well rounded” short track champion.
You can learn more about the American Sim Racing Series, which was founded in 2002, by visiting www.americansimracing.com