CARNESVILLE, Ga. – The FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance has released its touring schedule.
The schedule includes more than $450,000 in total purse money for drivers competing on the tour. Drivers will be chasing the $10,000-to-win FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance Championship beginning on April 6 at Toccoa Raceway.
The FASTRAK World Championship, paying a record $50,000 to win and $2,050 to start, will be held Sept. 13-14 at Virginia Motor Speedway. The total purse for the FASTRAK World Championship currently stands at $162,175 with the addition of the two provisional starters.
Virginia Motor Speedway will award a provisional to the driver highest in the FASTRAK Victory Lap Pro Late Model points who does not qualify for the feature. The FASTRAK Racing Series will award their provisional to the driver highest in points who is competing on the AFCO Crate Spec Shocks. The series will also visit the Jamaica, Va., half-mile oval on April 20 and June 15 for $3,000 to win as part of the King of the Commonwealth and USA 100.
Beckley Motorsports Park will host the FASTRAK World Challenge on Oct. 4-5, paying $2,000 to win and $5,000 to win, respectively. Additionally, drivers will be competing for their share of the $5,000 to win points fund for the FASTRAK World Challenge. The FASTRAK World Challenge is for FASTRAK members only who have competed in a minimum of 10 FASTRAK races, weekly or touring, between April 5 and Sept. 2. Beckley Motorsports Park will also host the FASTRAK Triple Crown on May 25, paying $3,000 to win. The FASTRAK Triple Crown will kick-off at 311 Motor Speedway on May 24 for $3,000 to win and conclude at Friendship Motor Speedway on May 26 paying $5,000 to win the finale.
Volunteer Speedway, in Bulls Gap, Tenn., returns to the FASTRAK Racing Series schedule. The series stops at the high-banked oval on May 4 paying $3,000 to win and on Aug. 3, paying $5,000 to win.
Oglethorpe Speedway Park and Patriots Park Raceway have teamed up to hold a mid-summer double header in Southern Georgia on July 26-27, both $2,000 to win and $250 to start.
Tyler County Speedway, will host three FASTRAK Racing Series events. The first is the second annual Great American Crate Race on July 13, paying $7,000 to win. The FASTRAK East Coast rumble will have a two-day stop at the quarter-mile bullring during the Hillbilly 100 weekend, paying $2,000 to win on Aug. 31-Sept. 1.
FASTRAK will return to Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Ky., on Sept. 28 for the second annual Damn Yankees 50, paying $5,000 to win. This race will kick-off the Cancer Awareness Month which will pay $5,000 to win each weekend of October and allow any Hoosier Crate Spec tire to compete. The FASTRAK World Challenge at Beckley will only allow FT 200 and FT 400 tires within the month of October. Dates are still being finalized for Cancer Awareness Month, but will conclude on Oct. 26 at Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin, NC.
The FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance season is set to conclude on Nov. 15-16 at Screven Motorsports Complex, with a $2,000 to win race on Friday and $3,000 to win on Saturday.