ASCS Frontier Region Schedule Revealed

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The ASCS Frontier Region schedule has been announced. (Nitro Photo)
The ASCS Frontier Region schedule has been announced. (Nitro Photo)

TULSA, Okla. – Looking at a slate of 17 nights of racing, the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region has laid out its lineup of events with shows in Montana, South Dakota and Wyoming.

A short season of racing between the snow-melt and the snowfall, the series’ eighth year of touring will begin Friday, June 5 at Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Mont. and Saturday, June 6 at Big Sky Speedway in Billings, Mont.

Five overall stops at Gallatin Speedway, including the Grizzly Nationals with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Big Sky Speedway will share the spotlight in Montana total of four times in 2020.

A pair of trips into South Dakota, the half-mile Black Hills Speedway will take center stage on June 12 and July 31.

A half-dozen trips through Wyoming will see Gillette Thunder Speedway in action on June 13 and August 1 with Rock Springs’ Sweetwater Speedway taking a pair of doubleheader weekends. First, on Aug. 7-8, the series returns on Sept. 4-5.

Heading the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region will be Nick Whalen. Stepping in towards the middle of the 2019 season to help with running shows after Cary Smith stepped away for most of the season to tend to her family, the Montana native has agreed to remain for the upcoming season.

2020 ASCS Frontier Region Schedule

June 5 – Gallatin Speedway – Belgrade, Mont.
June 6 – Big Sky Speedway – Billings, Mont.
June 12 – Black Hills Speedway – Rapid City, S.D.
June 13 – Gillette Thunder Speedway – Gillette, Wyo.
June 26-27 – Big Sky Speedway – Billings, Mont.
July 10-11 – Gallatin Speedway – Belgrade, Mont.
July 25 – Big Sky Speedway – Billings, Mont.
July 31 – Black Hills Speedway – Rapid City, S.D.
Aug. 1 – Gillette Thunder Speedway – Gillette, Wyo.
Aug. 7-8 – Sweetwater Speedway – Rock Springs, Wyo.
Aug. 28 – Gallatin Speedway – Belgrade, Mont.
Sept. 4-5 – Sweetwater Speedway – Rock Springs, Wyo.
Sept. 11 – Gallatin Speedway – Belgrade, Mont.