With winter continuing to wear on, racing calendars for the year are nearly complete with most race tracks and touring series having released their 2019 season schedules. But with so many schedules across the land coming into the light, the need for a clear picture for race fans to plan their season continues to rise.  Luckily, Speed51.com and our good friends at PFC Brakes are here to help.

 

Once again in 2019, Speed51.com will bring racing fans the most in-depth short track racing schedule on the world-wide web.  The 2019 PFC Brakes racing calendar on Speed51.com is currently composed of over 2,000 events.

 

Events on the 2019 PFC Brakes racing calendar include dirt and pavement, as well as everything from Late Models, to Modifieds, to Sprint Cars, to Street Stocks and everything in between. Race fans can find events being held all over the United States, as well as in Canada.

 

To access the schedule, hover over the “Schedules” tab on the navigation bar on any page of Speed51.com.  From there you can select which month you’d like to look at to plan your 2019 season.

 

The schedule currently includes nearly every event for sanctioning bodies such as ACT, CARS Tour, CRA, DIRTcar, Fastrak, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, NASCAR, PASS, Southern Super Series, SRL, ULTIMATE, USAC and the World of Outlaws.

 

Local short tracks including Eldora Speedway (OH), Five Flags Speedway (FL), Berlin Raceway (MI), New Smyrna Speedway (FL), Oxford Plains Speedway (ME), Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (CT) and many more are also listed within the schedule.

 

This year’s schedule is once again organized by each calendar day so that you can easily find which event to attend on any day of the week.

 

In addition to planning your 2019 season with the PFC Brakes racing calendar on Speed51.com, you can also use the schedule as a resource to find out who won each race.  The schedule is already updated with the winners of big short track events in the first quarter of 2019 such as the Chili Bowl, Rattler 250, Wild West Shootout and Florida Speedweeks.

 

Although many hours of work were put into the schedule by the 51 staff, we understand that we may have missed a few schedules or big events along the way.  Short track touring series and race tracks are encouraged to send their 2019 schedules to [email protected] to have events added to the master schedule.

 

Series and tracks that have not yet released their schedules will be added to the calendar in the coming days and weeks.

 

-Story by: Koty Geyer, Speed51.com State Editor (IN & MI)

-Photo credit: Speed51.com

Plan Your Racing Season With Speed51’s PFC Racing Calendar