American All-Star Series: 2022 Schedule Revealed

American All-Star Series: 2022 Schedule Revealed

The American All-Star Series Presented by PPM Racing Products released their 2022 schedule. Series director Joseph Rush said they designed it with the workingman in mind.

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The season opens with the tour’s biggest opening weekend ever. The series makes its debut at I-75 Raceway outside of Sweetwater, Tennessee. It pays $2,500 to the winner on Friday and $5,000 on Saturday.

The American All-Star Series will also make its first appearance at pair of tracks in Kentucky. The circuit will visit Lake Cumberland Speedway twice (April 16 and June 11) and Ponderosa Speedway (April 15). The tour also visits Sugar Creek Raceway in Blue Ridge, Georgia, for the first time, with a $10,000-to-win event on September 24.

The $15,000-to-win Third Annual Pro Late Model National Championship moves to Willard Speedway outside of Grayson, Kentucky. Willard Speedway, which reopened in 2021, is planning several improvements to their facility to accommodate the large number of racers expected to the event. It is set to be the largest race in the track’s history. (For more on Willard Speedway, see “Willard Speedway Hosts Races Again”.)

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Many favorite facilities from this past season return to the schedule as well. These tracks include Mountain Motorsports Park in Kentucky, Natural Bridge Speedway and Wythe Raceway in Virginia, and Crossville Speedway, Smoky Mountain Speedway, and Wartburg Speedway in Tennessee, and West Virginia Motor Speedway.

2022 American All-Star Series Presented by PPM Racing Products Schedule

Fri. Apr. 1 — I-75 Raceway — Niota, Tenn. — $2,500 to win
Sat. Apr. 2 — I-75 Raceway — Niota, Tenn. — $5,000
Fri. Apr. 15 — Ponderosa Speedway — Junction City, Ky. — $3,000
Sat. Apr. 16 — Lake Cumberland Speedway — Burnside, Ky. — $3,000
Sat. Apr. 23 — TBA — $10,000
Sat. May 7 — Wartburg Speedway — Wartburg, Tenn. — TBA
Sat. May 21 — Mountain Motorsports Park — Isom, Ky. — $3,000
Sat. May 28 — Smoky Mountain Speedway — Maryville, Tenn. — $3,000
Sun. May 29 — Wythe Raceway — Rural Retreat, Va. — $3,000
Fri. June 10 — Crossville Speedway — Crossville, Tenn. — $2,500
Sat. June 11 — Lake Cumberland Speedway — Burnside, Ky. — $3,000
Sat. July 2 — West Virginia Motor Speedway — Mineral Wells, W.V. — $3,000
Sun. July 3 — Willard Speedway — Willard, Ky. — $3,000
Sat. July 9 — Smoky Mountain Speedway — Maryville, Tenn. — $10,000
Fri. July 29 — Natural Bridge Speedway — Natural Bridge, Va. — $3,000
Sat. July 30 — Wythe Raceway — Rural Retreat, Va. — $10,000
Fri. Aug. 12 — Crossville Speedway — Crossville, Tenn. — $2,500
Sat. Aug. 13 — I-75 Raceway — Niota, Tenn. — $3,000
Fri. Sept. 2 — Natural Bridge Speedway — Natural Bridge, Va. — $3,000
Sat. Sept. 3 — TBA — $5,000
Sun. Sept. 4 — Wythe Raceway — Rural Retreat Va. — Pro Late Model Nationals — $5,000
Fri. Sept. 16 — Mountain Motorsports Park — Isom, Ky. — $3,000
Sat. Sept. 17 — Willard Speedway — Willard, Ky. — $5,000
Sat. Sept. 24 — Sugar Creek Raceway — Blue Ridge, Ga. — $10,000
Sat. Oct. 8 — Smoky Mountain Speedway — Maryville, Tenn. — $5,000
Thurs. Nov. 10 – Sat. Nov. 12 — Willard Speedway — Willard, Ky. — Third Annual Annual Pro Late Model National Championship (non-points) — $2,000 (Friday)/$15,000 Saturday

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Outside Groove Note of Transparency: Outside Groove is a sponsor of the American All-Star Series Presented by PPM Racing Products. The American All-Star Series paid for the production of this article. The content was subject to the approval of the American All-Star Series. The event at Mountain Motorsports Park moved from May 14 to May 21 (2021-12-14). The event on July 2 at West Virginia Motor Speedway was added (2022-01-03). The event on September 24 at Sugar Creek Raceway was added (2022-01-28).

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