ASA STARS National Tour
2024 ASA STARS National Tour Schedule Released
Dec 7, 2023
Officials with the ASA Southern Super Series are pleased to announce their 2024 schedule. The schedule for the 12th season of the Southern Super Series will consist of 11 races at seven different tracks across five different states.
“We are thrilled to be talking about 2024 and we are just a few weeks away from having cars on the race track in January,” said Tim Bryant, General Manager of the Southern Super Series. “We had a strong season in 2023 averaging nearly 30 cars across our events. We are excited to continue our involvement with the ASA STARS National Tour and we will be co-sanctioning four races with them in 2024.”
The first three races have already been announced with the first being at Watermelon Capital Speedway at Crisp Motorsports Park in Cordele, GA on January 20th. The annual SpeedFest event is a combination race with the ASA CRA Super Series. This year the event will pay points to the Southern Super Series drivers.
A trip to the beach awaits drivers heading to race number two as the Southern Super Series will return to Smyrna Speedweeks on February 13th to run a co-sanctioned event with the ASA STARS National Tour. The Clyde Hart Memorial was the first points race in 2023 as William Byron picked up the win.
The third race of the season will be on Sunday, March 24th at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. The Deep South Cranes Blizzard Series opener will once again be co-sanctioned with the ASA STARS National Tour. Five Flags Speedway had the honor of hosting the first event back in 2023. The race will be a doubleheader weekend with the ARCA East Series event.
For central Alabama fans, April 13th will be a sight to see as the Southern Super Series returns to Montgomery Motor Speedway (AL). The event was washed out twice in 2023 and the fans and teams are eager to return to the historic half-mile.
The end of April will feature a return to the roots of Gulf Coast trips as the Southern Super Series will run a doubleheader weekend at Five Flags Speedway on Friday April 26th and then Mobile International Speedway (AL) on April 27th. The stop at Five Flags is the second Blizzard race of the year. This will be the first Gulf Coast double since 2017 when Bubba Pollard won both weekends.
After a few weeks of recovery the Southern Super Series will then head to North Carolina for another combination event with the ASA STARS National Tour at Hickory Motor Speedway. The May 23rd Thursday date should allow for NASCAR drivers to enter the event in North Carolina. This is the second year of the combination event that will feature a 250-lap race.
The summer officially kicks off with the series return to Five Flags Speedway for the third leg of the track’s Deep South Cranes Blizzard Series. This will be the only event in June for the Southern Super Series. The event will be held on June 28th.
Music City will be the destination for the ASA Southern Super Series come July. The series will head there on July 13th to run their annual point race ahead of the All American 400 weekend. Nashville always seems to create new winners and next July might continue the trend.
During the dog days of summer we will see the series return to the Watermelon Capital Speedway at Crisp Motorsports Park (GA) for the Georgia Summer Nationals. The August 10th event will take place on a Saturday in Central Georgia. This will be the second and final race of the year at the 3/8th of a mile track.
The points battle will come down to the finale race for both the Blizzard Series and the Southern Super Series at Five Flags Speedway on September 28th. The annual champions night will be run as a doubleheader with the Pro Late Model division at Five Flags.
The final race on the schedule is a non-points event but is one of the biggest Super Late Model races in the country. The All American 400 at Fairground Speedway (TN) will be co-sanctioned with the ASA STARS National Tour. They will crown their second National Champion at the historic race on November 2nd.
** Combination Event with ASA STARS National Tour
Photo Credit: Will Bellamy, Racing America
ASA Southern Super Series Press Release