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2024 CRA Super Series schedule released

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Anchored by several crown jewels and three races on the overall ASA STARS national schedule, the 2024 ASA CRA Super Series schedule was released on Friday and includes nine points paying races across eight overall events.

The traditional season opening event at Watermelon Capital Speedway in January is co-sanctioned with the Southern Super Series where it is actually the championship points opener. Speedfest is just a non-points exhibition for the CRA Super Series.

The points paying opener is at Flat Rock on June 22 and the second race at Nashville is also co-sanctioned and championship races for both CRA and Southern Super Series.

The historic Redbud 400 on July 20 is also a ASA STARS national championship points race. The same holds true for the August 17 race at Owosso Speedway in Michigan. The Glass City 200 at Toledo and Winchester 400 are also CRA races on the ASA STARS points paying schedules.

The World Stock Car Festival race at Winchester on Labor Day, September 1, is now split into a pair of Twin 50s instead of a 100 lap features.

The All American 400 at Nashville will be co-sanctioned with the Southern Super Series but will also serve as both the ASA CRA and ASA STARS championship races.

The complete 2024 ASA CRA Super Late Model schedule can be found below.

Date Track Event
January 20 Crisp Motorsports Park Protect Your Melon – Buckle Up SpeedFest 150
June 22 Flat Rock Speedway VanDoorn Racing Development 125
July 13 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway North/South Super Late Model Challenge
July 20 Anderson Speedway Redbud 400
August 17 Owosso Speedway
September 1 Winchester Speedway Twin 50s
September 14 Toledo Speedway Glass City 200
October 13 Winchester Speedway Winchester 400
November 3 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway All American 400

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 also has extensive experience covering NASCAR, IndyCar and Dirt Sprint Cars.

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