Another fun-filled, action-packed season of racing at Millbridge Speedway is on the horizon for 2021. The 1/6-mile venue in Salisbury, North Carolina has unveiled its 2021 season schedule, with close to 60 racing events planned for the year.
After the success of 2020, Millbridge Speedway will continue running its mid-week program for Outlaw Karts and Micro Sprints on both Tuesday and Wednesday nights, while also hosting events on Saturdays throughout the year.
In 2021, Tuesday nights will be headlined by the Open Outlaw Karts, with Box Stocks, Beginner Box Stocks and Cadets also in action. The Tuesday night poinseason will begin on March 9, with the Wednesday season opener taking place one night later on March 10. This year, Wednesday night racing at Millbridge will feature Micro Sprints, Intermediate Outlaw Karts, and Millbridge’s newest division, JR Wing.
The DNQ Karting Series will kick off its season on Monday, March 22 at Millbridge. The Burris Blue Grey Series will also return to Millbridge with two dates in 2021, on May 12 and September 25.
Saturday racing at Miillbridge Speedway featuring Micro Sprints and Outlaw Karts will begin on April 3.
Three major events are planned at Millbridge Speedway, with more details to be announced in the future. Those events are scheduled for May 24-26, September 3-8 and November 1-3.
Along with the addition of the JR Wing class, Cadets will now compete in races during their Tuesday night program instead of practice sessions, with a winner crowned each night. However, they will not contest a season-long points championship, and drivers who win two Cadet features with five or more karts will be promoted to the Beginner Box Stock class.
Fans don’t have to wait until March to see racing back in action at Millbridge, however. Outlaw Karts and Micro Sprints will race at Millbridge on January 23 and January 30, with the DNQ Karting Series competing on January 24.
Click here to see full details on both the 2021 Millbridge Speedway schedule and rules updates for the 2021 season.
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-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51 Content Supervisor – Twitter: @ztevans
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