The ASRS Truck Series has been renewed for 2022 and will feature several changes including a revamped schedule, the return of the Playoffs and much more!
The 2022 ASRS Truck Series schedule focuses on short tracks (10 of 20 events on tracks 1 mile and under) while continuing to visit favorite tracks across the United States. The dirt race scheduled for Bristol Motor Speedway will return to the schedule after being replaced late in 2021, meanwhile Martinsville Speedway returns to the schedule for the first time since 2019 replacing the annual Michigan event. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course becomes only second road course to host an ASRS Truck Series event as it join the series and adds a road course to the schedule for the first time since 2019. The Playoffs received a shake up as Lucas Oil Raceway kicks off the Championship run and Homestead-Miami Speedway joins returning Playoff tracks Talladega Superspeedway, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway and Phoenix Raceway.
Among rule changes for the 2022 season; drivers will now be offered 2 provisional starts to utilize during the season in the event they must miss an event due to other obligations. An additional medical/family provisional will be available at administration discretion for sickness, funerals or other medical/family events.
The Team Championship returns for 2022 as drivers will race for a driver’s championship and a team owner’s championship.