From April to October, the best drivers in the region will showcase their talents at several events, including Super DIRT Week 52 at Oswego (N.Y.) Speedway, Oct. 7-12; and The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the World Short Track Championship, a non-points event from Oct. 31-Nov. 2.
“The drivers we have in our nucleus are getting stronger every year,” said DIRTcar Northeast Series Director Dean Reynolds. “We had several awesome events in 2023 and hope to keep that momentum rolling in 2024 with some new venues and different events.”
358 Modified Series
Each event on the 2024 DIRTcar 358 Modified Series schedule is one fans won’t want to miss, kicking off on Friday, April 12, during Thunder on the Thousand Islands weekend at Can-Am Speedway.
Then, the series heads to Fulton (N.Y.) Speedway on Saturday, April 27, for the High Bank Holdup before heading to the Capital Region in June, stopping at Glen Ridge Motorsports Park for the Mohawk Valley Showdown on Sunday, June 7.
One month later, the series returns to Can-Am for its 50th anniversary special before heading to Weedsport (N.Y.) Speedway on Sunday, July 7.
Malta Massive Weekend at Albany-Saratoga Speedway will be the lone September stop on Friday, Sept. 20, where all four DIRTcar Northeast Series will compete.
Then, the series visits Brewerton (N.Y.) Speedway on Wednesday, Oct. 9, during Super DIRT Week 52 for the Hurricane Harvey 75, before heading to Oswego for the tour’s richest race, paying $20,000 to win on Friday, Oct. 11.
A champion will be crowned on Saturday, Oct. 19, when $10,000 is on the line during Brockville Ontario Speedway’s Fall Nationals.
DIRTcar Sportsman Series
With four regions spread across the Northeast, the DIRTcar Sportsman Series continues to showcase rising stars.
Starting in May, the season runs until November at the non-points World Short Track Championship at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
The championship trail kicks off on Sunday, Aug. 11, at Glen Ridge Motorsports Park for the Battle at the Ridge before joining the Super DIRTcar Series at Fulton Speedway during SummerFAST on Wednesday, Aug. 14. Then, they’ll join the Super DIRTcar Series again on Tuesday, Aug. 20, at Ransomville Speedway for the Mike Bonesky Memorial.
A doubleheader weekend kicks off in September with the John Burr Memorial at Can-Am Speedway on Friday, Sept. 6, and the Sportsman Classic at Weedsport Speedway on Saturday, September 7, again joining the Super DIRTcar Series. September finishes with a race during the Gerald Haers Memorial on Saturday, Sept. 14, and Albany-Saratoga Speedway on Friday, Sept. 20, during Malta Massive Weekend.
October kicks off with stops at Brewerton Speedway on Tuesday, Oct. 6, and Oswego Speedway during Super DIRT Week on Saturday, Oct. 12.
Like the DIRTcar 358 Modifieds, a champion will be crowned on Saturday, Oct. 19, at Brockville Ontario Speedway’s Fall Nationals.
DIRTcar Pro Stock Series
The DIRTcar Pro Stocks will kick off their new campaign in the Capital Region with a stop at Albany-Saratoga on Friday, May 17. Then, they’ll head to Glen Ridge Motorsports Park on Sunday, June 9.
When the series picks up again in August, they’ll battle at Brewerton (N.Y.) Speedway on Monday, Aug. 12, along with the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds during SummerFAST.
For the second straight season, a Capital Region doubleheader weekend is on tap, starting at Lebanon Valley Speedway on Saturday, Aug. 24, and ending with another trip to Glen Ridge on Sunday, Aug. 25.
One more stop in the Capital Region awaits on Saturday, Sept. 21, as the Pro Stocks battle alongside the Super DIRTcar Series during the Malta Massive Weekend at Albany-Saratoga Speedway.
The Series kicks off in October with a return to Outlaw 200 weekend at Fulton Speedway on Friday, Oct. 4, before a champion is crowned during Super DIRT Week 52 when the series battles in the DIRTcar Pro Stock 50 on Friday, Oct. 11.
Several events will be broadcast live on DIRTvision through the season – including every race during Super DIRT Week 52 and the World Short Track Championship.