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Hickory Motor Speedway 2019 schedule revealed

The 69th season of stock car racing at Hickory Motor Speedway is pretty dang nice.

The so-called ‘Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars’ will feature 34 Whelen All-American Series races across 21 dates from March 9 to October 19. It also includes special events like the Pro-All Star Series Easter Bunny 150, two CARS Tour races that includes the third-annual Throwback 276 and two Southeast Super Trucks Series dates.

The Southern Modified Series will also make a stop on October 12.

The track itself will also play host to two of the mid-majors of Late Model Stock racing in the Bobby Isaac Memorial 150 on August 31 and the Fall Brawl 200 on October 19.

Limited Late Models are also featured with 21 races, including the Big 10 Series.

Ticket prices will remain the same in 2019 (excluding special events) for weekly NASCAR events ($12.50 for adults, $10.50 for seniors and teens, with kids 12 and under free). Hickory Motor Speedway has been voted the Finest Sports Venue in Hickory Daily Records Best of Catawba Valley for 2017 and 2018. The Speedway will remain open for testing throughout the off season.

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2019 Hickory Motor Speedway schedule

March 9th – Season Opener – Big 10 LMSC
March 16th –
March 23rd – CARS Tour
March 30th – Big 10 Limited
April 6th –
April 13th – Big 10 Limited
April 20th – PASS Easter Bunny 150
April 27th –
May 4th – Southeast Super Truck Series
May 11th – Big 10 Limited
May 18th –
May 25th – Big 10 Limited
June 8th –
June 22nd –
June 29th – Big 10 Limited
July 13th – Big 10 Limited
July 20th –
July 27th –
August 3rd – CARS Tour Throwback Night
August 10th – Big 10 Limited
August 24th –
August 31st – Bobby Isaac Memorial 150-lap LMSC
September 7th –
September 14th – Big 10 Limited
October 12th – Southern Modified Racing Series
Ocotber 19th – Fall Brawl 200-lap LMSC
October 26th – Southeast Super Truck Series

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Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He is also the associate motorsports editor of Autoweek Magazine and its website, which allows him to cover the highest levels of the sport.

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