WATERBURY, Vt. – The American Canadian Tour late models will make a return trip to New Smryna Speedway in New Smryna Beach, Fla., during the running of the annual World Series of Asphalt Racing in 2015.
The teams of ACT will compete in the American Racer Cup, a two feature event, over two nights of racing.
“We are very happy to welcome the ACT teams back this February to our World Series of Asphalt Racing at New Smyrna Speedway. The teams that were here several years ago put on some of the best racing we have seen in a long while. We had many fans ask us to try and bring them back to New Smyrna. We are very pleased that they will return to New Smyrna Speedway in 2015,” said Robert Hart, owner and promoter of New Smyrna Speedway.
The 2014 American Canadian Tour champion Joey Polewarczyk Jr. bested the field of twenty eight (28) teams to win the overall two days of racing in 2011. Polewarczyk won the opening 100-lap feature and Brian Hoar,won the 100-lap feature on the following night.
“This is just great news. That was a lot of fun racing in the middle of the winter and it gives us something to look forward to for the next few months. I really loved the track and it would be a great way to start the season by defending the Cup in February,” said Polewarczyk.
On Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015 New Smryna will host the NASCAR K&N Pro Series opening event of the year. ACT will run 100-lap features on consecutive nights on Monday, Feb. 16 and Tuesday, Feb. 17. The American Racer Cup will go to the best finisher combining points from both events. Total posted awards will be more than $35,000.
“We appreciate the invitation for our ACT teams to once again compete at New Smyrna Speedway. It is a first class facility and our cars adapted well to the design and speed of the fast half-mile race track. I know the teams that were there in 2011 had a great time, and I would expect that this February will be the same. We have had great response from teams and we all are looking forward to the trip,” said Tom Curley, president of the American Canadian Tour.