SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The schedule for the Pacific Challenge Series continues to be announced, with races at Roseville’s All American Speedway on tap.
The series plans to visit the third-mile asphalt oval for three appearances on April 15, June 24 and Oct. 14. All American Speedway joins Stockton 99 Speedway and Madera Speedway as confirmed tracks for the upcoming season of racing.
Jason Romero swept all four PCS races at All Americna Speedway last year and will look to make a big impression again this year. The April 15 event has become a traditional event for the PCS and will serve as the second round of the season.
June 24 will be the second date for the series in Roseville during the Placer County Fair and joined by the North State Modified Series. The fair race is one of the most well-attended and has also become a very traditional event for both the PCS and North State competition.
After two years of non-points status, the season-ending Oct. 14 race will again be a points race. A champion will be crowned at the conclusion of the event that serves as the undercard for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. The season finale will for the first time have the North State Modifieds on the program as well for a major motorsports event for the area.