(CLEVELAND, OH) The roots of American Sim Racing are on the short tracks of America and in August ASR is returning to those short track roots. Late Model Stock Cars will bring the action later this summer to short tracks across the USA!
Not only will ASR be returning to its short track roots, a familiar name will return to the series as the All American Series is reborn. The All American Series raced from 2005-2011 as ASR’s home for fixed setup Late Model racing before briefly returning in 2020 as the name for all ASR Short Track racing action.
“The Late Model Stock Car that was released in March by iRacing really revamped short track racing and we wanted to be a part of that initial stage but had a commitment to the Pro Cup Series that runs through the end of June, but in August we are back to the short tracks” said ASR Promoter Jim Foose. “True short tracks like Hickory, Five Flags, Myrtle Beach and the Nashville Fairgrounds will be the base of this series although we may venture out a bit to a bigger track like Rockingham, Milwaukee or something like that as we build the series and ultimately conclude the season with a non-points race at the 26th Annual Online All American 400 Speedweek”.
The All American Series will race on Wednesday nights with fixed setups and limited tire changes permitted. Races will be around 125 laps and offer much of the same competitive racing ASR offers in its other series.
The full schedule will be released shortly.
American Sim Racing is actively recruiting for our Tuesday night Tweedcast Digital Creations Truck Series and Wednesday night “Pro Cup” Series. All ASR events feature fixed setups and tire limits.
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