ASA Weekend Rewind

Although the ASA STARS National Tour is in the midst of its longest break of the 2024 season, the ASA Southern Super Series was in action this weekend with a Saturday night showdown in Alabama.

ASA Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco

The ASA Southern Super Series returned to Montgomery Motor Speedway (AL) on Saturday, April 13th for the Rumble by the River 125. 

For the first time in 2-1/2 years, Matt Craig found his way to Victory Lane in an ASA Southern Super Series event, winning the Rumble by the River 125 in dominating fashion.

Craig took the lead from Michael Hinde on lap 84, and paced the final 40 circuits to claim his first series win since the All-American 400 at Nashville in November 2021. Craig beat Dustin Smith to the checkers by nearly 3 seconds.

ASA STARS National Tour Series regulars Billy Van Meter; Gio Ruggiero and Casey Roderick rounded out the top five.

After a hard-fought battle for second place, John Bolen and Stephen Nasse were poised to both finish on the podium. However, the two drivers came together on the final lap, relegating them to 14th and 15th place finishes, respectively.

April is a busy month for the ASA Southern Super Series. Having now sanctioned four events in 2024, including two that were combination events with the ASA STARS National tour, the heart of this season’s schedule will take place across a 170-mile triangle in the Deep South between Montgomery, Mobile, and Pensacola. For the first time since 2018, the series will run three events in one month, including a Friday / Saturday doubleheader weekend at Pensacola and Mobile April 26th and 27th.

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Inaugural ASA STARS National Tour Champion Ty Majeski finished 10th in the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCK SERIES event Friday Night at Texas Motor Speedway. The result dropped Majeski from the points lead to 3rd in the regular season standings.

ASA STARS National Tour

The ASA STARS National Tour will return to action just prior to the Memorial Day Weekend in May. The Tar Heel 250 is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, May 22-23, at Hickory Motor Speedway. Teams will unload and practice on Wednesday, and then practice, qualify and race on Thursday. The INEX National Legends are scheduled to run in support.

Founded by Track Enterprises President Bob Sargent, The ASA STARS National Tour for pavement super-late model stock cars debuted in March 2023 for Super Late Model racing in America. 

The ASA STARS National Tour is a ten-race championship series, offering a $100,000 point fund. The tour will visit ten different race tracks in 7 states in 2024, with the season beginning in February during Florida Speedweeks, and concluding in early November at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.
Track Enterprises (TE) is a racing Promotions Company based in Illinois, which owns and operates the ASA STARS National Tour. In addition to the STARS National Tour, Track Enterprises owns and operates Championship Racing Association (CRA) and the ASA Midwest Tour. TE also has a strategic alliance and controlling interest in the ASA Southern Super Series.

ASA Branded Tours

ASA Branded Tours encompasses four (4) pavement super late model racing series operating under the Track Enterprises banner, and under the ASA Brand via a licensing agreement for logo and IP Rights. ASA Branded Tours include the ASA STARS National Tour; the ASA CRA Super Series; The ASA Midwest Tour and the ASA Southern Super Series.