TULSA, Okla. — While winter holds a firm grip over the United States, fans of the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region will have something to look forward too as the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region is set to return for its seventh season of competition.
Racing across Montana, western South Dakota, and Wyoming, the 2019 season will see the series drop into Nebraska for a two-day weekend. Racing primarily in Montana, the series will alternate between the two premier dirt tracks in the state.
Twelve trips evenly split between Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Mont., and Big Sky Speedway in Billings, Mont., the two ovals have also paired to bring the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series National Tour in July with the Grizzly Nationals in Belgrade set for July 12-13, followed by a two-night affair in Billings on July 19-20.
A pair of nights at Black Hills Speedway on June 15 and July 26, the ASCS Frontier Region will make a trio of runs to Wyoming with Gillette Thunder Speedway on July 17, along with a two-day showdown at Sweetwater Speedway in Rock Springs on Aug. 9-10.
A first for the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region, June 28-29 will see the series in North Platte, Neb., for a run at Lincoln County Speedway.
Cary Berry-Smith will return as the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region Competition Director.
2019 ASCS Frontier Region Schedule
May 25 Big Sky Speedway Billings, MT
June 7 Gallatin Speedway Belgrade, MT
June 8 Big Sky Speedway Billings, MT
June 15 Black Hills Speedway Rapid City, SD
June 28-29 Lincoln County Raceway North Platte, NE
July 6 Big Sky Speedway Billings, MT
July 12-13 Gallatin Speedway Belgrade, MT
July 19-20 Big Sky Speedway Billings, MT
July 26Black Hills Speedway Rapid City, SD
July 27Gillette Thunder Speedway Gillette, WY
Aug. 2 Gallatin Speedway Belgrade, MT
Aug. 3 Big Sky Speedway Billings, MT
Aug. 8-9 Sweetwater Speedway Rock Springs, WY
Sept. 6Gallatin Speedway Belgrade, MT