CARS Tour Sets Tentative 2020 Dates

The CARS Tour has released tentative 2020 schedules for the super late model and late model stock divisions. (Adam Fenwick Photo)

ROUGEMONT, N.C. – The CARS Tour has released tentative 2020 schedules for its late model stock and super late model divisions.

Both divisions will open the season at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, N.C., with $10,000-to-win features for both classes on March 7.

Hickory Motor Speedway will host the CARS Tour twice, with both divisions visiting the historic North Carolina venue on March 21 and again on Aug. 1 for the fourth edition of the Throwback 276.

Orange County Speedway is back on the CARS Tour schedule with two events. The first will take place April 4-5 and feature the late model stock division battling for a $30,000 payday during the Old North State Nationals. Both division will head back to Orange County on Aug. 22 for a pair of $10,000-to-win features.

The late model stock division will have three standalone events in the months of May and June, with Ace Speedway (May 1), Langley Speedway (June 6) and Dominion Raceway (June 20) hosting the tour.

The super late model division will tentatively take the months of May and June off before returning for the tours inaugural trip to Pennsylvania’s Jennerstown Speedway for a $20,000-to-win show on July 4.

Another standalone event for the late model stock tour is scheduled for July 11 at Carteret County Speedway before the previously mentioned events at Hickory on Aug. 1 and Orange County on Aug. 22.

The season will conclude for both divisions on Sept. 12 at Virginia’s South Boston Speedway.

The only track that appeared on the schedule this season that is absent from the 2020 schedule is Virginia’s Motor Mile Speedway.

CARS Tour officials indicated that additional events for both classes could be added at a later date.