A Look At The 2023 High Limit Sprint Car Series Schedule
The 2023 High Limit Sprint Car Series will be a 12-race program. It features a number of high-dollar races, including a special event that will award an astounding $25,000 to the winner.
The calendar will feature several of the most famous sprint car venues in the United States, including Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare, California, Bechtelsville’s Grandview Speedway, and Lincoln Park Speedway in Putnamville, Indiana. The series also plans to visit Ransomville Speedway in Ransomville, New York, and Sharon Speedway in Hartford, Ohio.
In addition to the two main series, the series will also feature a number of midweek events. These high-quality shows will add to the overall quality of the season.
This year’s schedule is comprised of a dozen events, including five that will pay over $22,000. One of these shows will be the Firecracker 100 for Dirt Late Model drivers, which is one of the highest paying purses of the entire season.
Several other high-stakes racing events are planned for the 2023 season, including a High Limit Sprint Car race at Lernerville Speedway in Pennsylvania. Although the program will not be as big as the Firecracker 100, it will pay out a total of $50,000, which is a lot for a Sprint Car race.
FloRacing will carry all 12 events. This includes the High Limit Sprint Car Series and the Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race. Each week, Hot Laps will begin at 6:00 PM ET. A Driver Autograph Session will also take place on Saturday.
While the 2023 High Limit Sprint Car Series is still in its infancy, the team has already made moves to improve the future of the sport. They recently announced that Gary Heeman has been named Public Relations Director and Eric Westendorf has become Track Announcer and Social Media Manager.
With all these moving parts in the off season, the schedule will likely change as the season approaches. Check out the High Limit Sprint Car Series website to learn more about the series, the drivers, and the schedule. Until then, enjoy the race.
Grandview Speedway is in the midst of celebrating 60 years of auto racing action. This season will be one of the richest in the track’s history. In 2023, the High Limit Sprint Car Series will headline a 12-race schedule. During this period, Grandview will host the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series and the Red Robin Pennsylvania 410 Sprint Speed Week Series.
The Thunder on the Hill will kick off the 60th anniversary season on Saturday, March 19 at 1:00 p.m. It will feature a 25-lap feature for the NASCAR Sportsman division. Also on the card, a 40-lap Jesse Hockett Classic for the USAC National Stars.
A successful practice day marked the beginning of Grandview’s 60th anniversary season. Several drivers competed in the event. Mike Lisowski and Jeff Strunk battled for the lead. After a lap and a half, the pair exchanged the lead. Mark Kratz moved up to second and sailed past Nathan Mohr on lap 8.
Grandview Speedway will not hold its usual Saturday night Bob Hilbert Sportswear Night on June 27. This event was originally scheduled to include United Racing Club Sprint Cars. Copart, the company that owns the racetrack, did not agree to the change. However, the track has a contract with the company. There are still permitting issues that have to be settled.
Another high-profile event will take place during the week of July 25. Grandview will host the High Limit Sprint Car Series for the first time in PA Posse country.
FloRacing will carry the High Limit series and all 12 events, with purses ranging from $2000 to $50K. FloRacing will also carry the $50,000-to-win highlight races. The series will run in the spring through the fall. As of now, 10 states will be hosting events in the series.
For more information on the Grandview Speedway’s 60th Anniversary season, visit the track’s website. You can also follow the track on Twitter @GrandviewSpeedway. Keep an eye out for news from the track on the Astound TV Network, previously known as RCN-TV.