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11 races, four states for 2024 Midwest Tour schedule

The stars and cars of the ASA Midwest Tour are scheduled to run 11 races across four states in 2024.


The slate runs from April 21 with the ‘Miracle on the High Banks’ at Slinger Super Speedway and ending with their 200-lap finale on Sunday October 6 at LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway for the prestigious Oktoberfest.

“This schedule includes great marquee events at the region’s marquee facilities,” said Midwest Tour director Gregg McKarns. “The tradition of Super Late Model racing is alive and well in the Upper Midwest and we are looking forward to these great races in 2024 and beyond.”

Three ASA Midwest Tour events will pay at least $15,000 to the winner and those are the Joe Shear Classic 200 at Madison International Speedway, the Gandrud Auto Group (Dixieland) 250 on Tuesday night August 6 and the Jim Sauter Classic 200 at Dells Raceway Park, Saturday August 31.

Also of note is that the Midwest Tour races will all feature the 2bbl rules package favored by the region, with the two ASA STARS races in Wisconsin being independent of the Midwest Tour.

2024 ASA Midwest Tour Schedule

Sunday April 21 – Miracle on the High Banks – Slinger Super Speedway – Slinger, WI
Sunday May 5 – Joe Shear Classic 200 – Madison Int’l Speedway – Oregon, WI
Saturday May 25 – Salute the Troops 100 – Jefferson Speedway – Jefferson, WI
Saturday July 13 – Wayne Carter Classic 100 – Grundy County Speedway – Morris, IL
Saturday July 27 – Larry Detjens Memorial – 125 State Park Speedway – Wausau, WI
Tuesday August 6 – Gandrud Auto Group 250 – Wisconsin Int’l Raceway – Kaukauna, WI
Saturday August 17 – Hawkeye 100 – Hawkeye Downs – Cedar Rapids, IA
Friday August 23 – Howie Lettow Classic 100 – Madison Int’l Speedway – Oregon, WI
Saturday August 31 – Jim Sauter Classic 200 – Dells Raceway Park – Wisc. Dells, WI
Saturday September 21 – Thunderstruck 93 – Elko Speedway – Elko, MN
Sunday October 6 – Oktoberfest 200 – LaCrosse Fairg. Speedway – West Salem, WI

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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