CONCORD, N.C. (January 20, 2022) – Citrus County Speedway and Racing America have reached a broadcast agreement for the next three years, including 13 events during the 2022 racing season.
The programming slate includes all seven Super Late Model events at Citrus County Speedway in 2022, ranging from the venue’s Super Late Model track championship events and the Full Throttle 100 to the SRL National Super Late Models’ visit on February 12.
Racing America will also broadcast the Rick Sirmans Memorial on January 22, the three Wheel Man Sportsman Series events at Citrus County and the November 5 card of racing headlined by a $1,500-to-win, 40-lap Winged Sprint Car feature.
“We are looking forward to continuing our partnership with Racing America,” said Citrus County Speedway General Manager Camron Ray. “We have an awesome schedule for the 2022 season, and we are glad to have Racing America on board!”
Citrus County Speedway is a 3/8-mile oval located in Inverness, Florida which opened in 1955. In recent years, it has garnered attention in the Super Late Model world with the introduction of the Full Throttle 100.
The Full Throttle 100 started in 2017 and has already grown to be a favorite among racers and fans alike, with its $10,000-to-win payday drawing a large field of racers each year. Winners of the Full Throttle 100 include Daniel Keene, Jr., Wayne Anderson, Jesse Dutilly and Bubba Pollard.