With two weeks already in the books for the 2018 short track racing season, things are about to heat up as more season-opening events are held across the Southern United States in the coming weeks. As always, Speed51.com is ready to lend a hand in getting you ready for the new racing season.
For a complete schedule of all major short track events for the remaining winter months, visit the PFC Brakes racing calendar on Speed51.com to see what’s coming up in January and February.
To access the calendar, go to the “schedules” tab right underneath the Speed51.com logo on the home page. You will then be given a dropdown menu in which you can select which month of the year you want to view.
Although snow may be on the ground in many parts of the country, the racing action will not be delayed on the West Coast.
The desert Southwest sees a series of big money events in the coming weeks, with the Chilly Willy 150 at Tucson Speedway the final weekend of January and the Winter Showdown at Kern County Raceway Park leading off February. The Arizona Modified Tour will also be kicking up dust out west throughout the middle of February.
There will be plenty of racing throughout the Southeast as there always is during the colder months. Legend Cars will be on the road course at Charlotte Motor Speedway during January. Super Late Model action in the region starts off with CRA SpeedFest at Georgia’s Watermelon Capital Speedway the last weekend of January, and continues in February in South Carolina with the Meltdown at Greenville-Pickens Speedway at the beginning of the month and at the end of the month with the South Carolina Clash at Dillon Motor Speedway, which will open the PASS South season.
Of course, the Sunshine State will be the epicenter of racing in February with the nine night 52nd World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway hosting Late Models, Modifieds and more. The DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Raceway Park will be the focus of dirt racing with Sprints, Late Models and Modified classes.
This is only the tip of it all, so be sure to check out the PFC Brakes calendar right now. The full 2018 calendar will be updated in the coming weeks.
-Text by 51 Staff