TULSA, Okla. – With a schedule that works to give teams more racing, with both the series and other sanctioning bodies in the region, the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products will feature 25 nights of racing next year.
“The biggest thing we wanted to do this year was making sure that we were not going head-to-head with OCRS in Oklahoma or ASCS Warrior and Mid-South when the shows were within a couple of hours of each other,” said ASCS Sooner Region Director Terry Mattox. “We were pretty good about it last year, but still had a few that overlapped, but this year we’re got everything where we are not dividing teams and giving everyone as many chances to race as possible.”
With events primarily in Oklahoma, special events will see the tour branch into Missouri and Kansas with showdowns with the Racinboys.com ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps as well as shows with the ASCS Mid-South Region.
Kicking off the season in the “Show-Me State” on April 2-3, the tour will seek bragging rights at Lake Ozark Speedway before returning to Oklahoma on April 17 at the Salina Highbanks and Creek County Speedway on April 18.
Heading back into Missouri for Lucas Oil Speedway on April 24, the month rounds out in Kansas at Humboldt Speedway on April 30.
Featuring only two nights in May, the series heads to Longdale Speedway for a double shot of action on May 14-15 before picking back up in June at Lawton Speedway on June 5 and Creek County Speedway on June 6.
The all-new Tulsa Speedway on June 18 will be followed by 81 Speedway in Kansas on June 19.
Monett Motor Speedway hosts the tour on July 3 before it goes quiet until the end of the month, when Tulsa Speedway welcomes the ASCS Sooner Region back on July 30 and Outlaw Motor Speedway follows on July 31.
Both events are part of the ASCS Sprint Week with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.
Off through most of August, as teams chase Iowa riches, Caney Valley Speedway brings the tour back to life on Aug. 28 and Creek County Speedway then hosts its third round on Aug. 29.
Joining the Hockett/McMillin Memorial with the National Tour and Warrior Region also in play, Lucas Oil Speedway will see action on Sept. 16-18.
Three nights in October will stay within Oklahoma lines with Tri-State Speedway on Oct. 9 with the ASCS Mid-South Region. The Fall Fling at Creek County Speedway is set for Oct. 29-30.
Ending out at Caney Valley Speedway, the championship will be decided on Nov. 19-20.
Mattox will remain at the helm of the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, as well as taking on promotional roles at several events.
2021 ASCS Sooner Region Schedule
Date – Venue – Location
April 2 – Lake Ozark Speedway – Eldon, Mo.
April 3 – Lake Ozark Speedway – Eldon, Mo.
April 17 – Salina Highbanks Speedway – Salina, Okla.
April 18 – Creek County Speedway – Sapulpa, Okla.
April 24 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, Mo.
April 30 – Humboldt Speedway – Humboldt, Kan.
May 14 – Longdale Speedway – Longdale, Okla.
May 15 – Longdale Speedway – Longdale, Okla.
June 5 – Lawton Speedway – Lawton, Okla.
June 6 – Creek County Speedway – Sapulpa, Okla.
June 18 – Tulsa Speedway – Tulsa, Okla.
June 19 – 81 Speedway – Park City, Kan.
July 3 – Monett Motor Speedway – Monett, MO
July 30 – Tulsa Speedway – Tulsa, Okla.
July 31 – Outlaw Motor Speedway – Oktaha, Okla.
Aug. 28 – Caney Valley Speedway – Caney, Kan.
Aug. 29 – Creek County Speedway – Sapulpa, Okla.
Sept. 16 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, Mo.
Sept. 17 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, Mo.
Sept. 18 – Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, Mo.
Oct. 9 – Tri-State Speedway – Pocola, Okla.
Oct. 29 – Creek County Speedway – Sapulpa, Okla.
Oct. 30 – Creek County Speedway – Sapulpa, Okla.
Nov. 19 – Caney Valley Speedway – Caney, Kan.
Nov. 20 – Caney Valley Speedway – Caney, Kan.