The FASTRAK World Challenge heads to Toccoa Raceway this weekend, putting big money on the line for Dirt Late Model competitors at the Georgia bullring.
This year’s FASTRAK World Challenge pays $5,000 to win, putting up one of the largest paydays of the season for the touring series. Saturday’s feature also pays $300 to start, with strong payouts through the field. $2,500 will go to the second-place finisher, with third place pocketing $1,250.
The event is not a points-paying event for the FASTRAK Racing Series, with money and bragging rights exclusively on the line at Toccoa. Matt Long clinched the FASTRAK Racing Series championship with a third-place finish last Saturday at Richmond Raceway (KY).
In 2019, the FASTRAK World Challenge took place at I-77 Speedway in Ripley, West Virginia. Logan Roberson was crowned as the World Challenge Champion last year.
The event begins on Friday, October 2, with practice for FASTRAK competitors. There will also be racing for Toccoa’s 602 Late Models, Front Wheel Drives, Stock 8s and Pro Trucks.
Saturday’s racing is headlined by the FASTRAK Racing Series, with the Southern Mod4 Mini Association, Limited Late Models, Front Wheel Drives and Modified Streets also on the racing card.
Fans will be able to attend the race at the “Fastest 1,650 Feet of Dirt in Georgia” and watch all of the action over the two nights of the FASTRAK World Challenge. For more information, visit toccoaraceway.com or Toccoa Raceway’s social media pages.
Fans can also visit fastrakracing.com or check out FASTRAK on social media for details heading into this weekend’s event.
Speed51.TV, “The Official Video Home of FASTRAK,” will have post-race video content available following the event.
-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51 Content Supervisor – Twitter: @ztevans
-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo