ASCS Warrior Region Ramping Up Efforts For 2016 Run With Addition Of Impact Signs
Tulsa, OK,October 16,2015) Sprint Car racing in the state of Missouri is alive and well, and is about to get a shot in the arm. With the close of the 2015 season, the lineup for the 2016 season is well underway.
While race dates are being tallied around the “Show-Me State”, marketing efforts have already been ramped up with renewed commitment from series partners that will bring an increase to the 2016 point’s fund as well as more access to marketing capabilities in both traditional and non-traditional media through targeting marketing campaigns.
On the page of marketing, the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region is pleased to announce Impact Signs, Awnings, Warps as the presenting sponsor and official marketing partner of the 2016 American Sprint Car Series Warrior Region campaign. American Sprint Car Series Warrior Region Director, Larry Hol, comments, “I am excited to partner with fan base for sprint car racing. The marketing efforts will be to increase the fan experience, more support for promoters, and an increased point fund for drivers/owners.”
With the addition of David and Julie Goodson’s Impact Signs to the fold, the 2016 season will see a point’s fund payout totaling $15,000 for the series top-ten members.
“I couldn't be more pleased about our David and Julie Goodson of Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps. The Goodson’s marketing and motorsports knowledge will help the series growth. Missouri has a strong recently formed partnership with the American Sprint Car Series,” said David Goodson. “By teaming up with the greatest sprint car sanctioning body in the country, we are going to be able to bring some fantastic racing to many Midwest tracks. With over 24 scheduled race dates, this year definitely looks to be a win, win for the fans, drivers, and promotors”
Following a meeting with area promoters, 26 dates have already been inked between the Double X Speedway, Lucas Oil Speedway, Randolph County Raceway, US 36 Raceway, Callaway Raceway, Missouri State Fair Speedway, and Valley Speedway with several more dates on the way.
Highlights on the 2016 lineup include the Impact Signs Open Wheel Showdown at the Lucas Oil Speedway on Saturday, May 7th featuring the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget Series, as well as, the finale of the Lucas Oil ASCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speedweek on Saturday, June 18.
The Red, White, and Blue Tour returns in the month of July with each night on the swing paying $1,776 to win. This tour will also award points for each night of the tour and pay a point fund to the top ten in points for the Red, White, and Blue Tour.
The Casey’s General Store High Roller Classic returns for a second year with the winner’s share jumping to $15,000 to win and is one of seven shows for the ASCS Warriors at the Missouri State Fair Speedway in 2016.
As the season winds down Missouri race fans will witness the sixth annual Jesse Hockett / Daniel McMillin Memorial. A two day show for the past five year, the 2016 edition will be three nights of action with Saturday’s A-Feature doling out $10,000 to the winner.
Further updates will be posted at http://www.ascsracing.com as they come available.
***Need To Know Info:***
*Tentative 2016 Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs Lineup*
· April 17 – Missouri State Fair Speedway – Sedalia, MO
· April 29 – Callaway Raceway – Fulton, MO
· May 5 – Lakeside Speedway – Kansas City, KS**
· May 7 – Lucas Oil Speedway “Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps Open Wheel Showdown – Wheatland, MO
· May 20 – Missouri State Fair Speedway – Sedalia, MO
· May 29 – Double X Speedway “Tribute to Jesse – Take It To The Tail Challenge” – California, MO
June 10 – US 36 Raceway “Budweiser Shootout - $500 To Win Heat Races” – Osborn, MO
· June 11 – Valley Speedway – Grain Valley, MO
· June 17 – Missouri State Fair Speedway "National Tour Speedweek" – Sedalia, MO
· June 18 – Lucas Oil Speedway “National Tour Speedweek” – Wheatland, MO
· June 19 – Double X Speedway – California, MO
· July 1 – Callaway Raceway “Red, White, and Blue Tour” – Fulton, MO
· July 2 – Randolph County Raceway “Red, White, and Blue Tour” – Moberly, MO
· July 3 – Double X Speedway “Red, White, and Blue Tour” – California, MO
· July 7 – Missouri State Fair Speedway – Sedalia, MO
July 22 - US 36 Raceway - Osborn MO
· July 24 – Double X Speedway “Clyde Wood Memorial” – California, MO
August 20 - St. Franocis County Raceway - Farmington MO
August 21 – Missouri State Fair Speedway “High Roller Classic” – Sedalia, MO**
· September 3 – Randolph County Raceway – Moberly, MO
· September 4 – Randolph County Raceway – Moberly ,MO
· September 17 – Missouri State Fair Speedway – Sedalia, MO
· September 22 – Lucas Oil Speedway “Hockett-McMillin Memorial” – Wheatland, MO**
· September 23 – Lucas Oil Speedway “Hockett-McMillin Memorial” – Wheatland, MO**
· September 24 – Lucas Oil Speedway “Hockett-McMillin Memorial” – Wheatland, MO**
· October 1 – Missouri State Fair Speedway “Season Finale” – Sedalia, MO
**Races held in conjunction with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour.
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