CRANDALL, Texas — The top dirt modified racers in the country will kick off the new season for the Summit USMTS National Championship fueled by Casey’s, but not this weekend.
Due to the impending gloomy forecast for Friday and Saturday, on the heels of perhaps the worst week of weather in the history of North Texas, USMTS officials have postponed the 11th annual USMTS Texas Spring Nationals to March 5-6.
Dirt modified racing’s best of the best will bang wheels for $10,000 to win each night, as the richest season in the 22-year history of the series gets underway.
Originally slated to take place at RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas, both nights, the track will now be the site of Friday night’s show, while Saturday’s program moves to Superbowl Speedway in nearby Greenville, Texas.
RPM Speedway will once again host an open practice on Thursday, March 4, along with the third annual King of the Hill following the test ‘n’ tune session.
The sixth annual Smackdown for USRA Factory Stocks will happen Friday, with USRA Limited Mods, USRA Tuners and the track’s Eco Mods also on the card.