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DIRTcar Pro Stock Series Racing for $54,000 in 2019

2018 Super Dirt Week Pro Stock 50 action. Sunday October 7th.

Full-Fendered Frenzy Begins Sunday, July 7, at Cornwall Motor Speedway

CONCORD, NC – June 6, 2019 – The full-fendered frenzy of the DIRTcar Pro Stock Series featuring hardscrabble dirt track heroes returns to the dirt ovals of the Northeast and Canada July 7 to Nov. 2.

These Hoosier Racing Tire-shod, VP Race Fuels burning hot rods put on one of the best shows around, and the action begins Sunday, July 7, at Cornwall Motor Speedway, where 2018 Pro Stock Series championship runner-up C.D. Beauchamp took the checkered flag in 2019.

It takes nothing less than high-speed heroics at the great Lebanon Valley Speedway to cross the finish line a winner. Vital points are on the line there Saturday, July 20. Last year, LVS Track Championship contender Rick Duzlak earned the victory.

The month of September sees the Series stop at premier DIRTcar-sanctioned facilities like Weedsport Speedway, Plattsburgh Airborne Speedway, Mohawk Int’l and Albany-Saratoga Speedway. The Championship contenders make will make their presence known during this stretch.

Every race at NAPA Super DIRT Week is memorable, and the DIRTcar Pro Stock 50 is by no means an exception. Last year Beauchamp scored the DIRTcar Pro Stock 50 win by a mere .017 seconds on a last-lap pass, giving leader Chuck Dumblewski a tap off turn four before a final drag race to the checkered flag.

The 2019 DIRTcar Pro Stock 50 takes place just before the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 on Sunday, October 13 at Oswego Speedway with over $9,000 in total purse on the line.

Once again the DIRTcar Pro Stock Series Championship boils down to the Northeast Fall Nationals at Brockville Ontario Speedway. In 2018 Jocelyn Roy walked away from the speedway a Champion for the third time in his career. Will be able to defend his title at the finale?

$6,200 will be handed out to DIRTcar Pro Stock Series drivers in 2019 for their finish in the points standings.

Once the dust settles and Champions are named, the DIRTcar Pro Stock Series heads down to The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship. These non-points paying races are a blast for drivers and fans alike. The stage is unlike any other and the entire event is streamed live and in HD on DIRTVision.

An additional $4,550 is available to Series drivers who race at DIRTcar-sanctioned Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship tracks, along with $1,250 in VP Fuel. Drivers’ top 12 finishes are calculated into points. Stay up to date with the Hoosier Racing Tire Weekly Championship newsletter by signing up on

July 7                   Sunday         Cornwall Motor Speedway

July 20                 Saturday       Lebanon Valley Speedway

Sept. 2                 Monday         Weedsport Speedway

Sept. 7                Saturday       Plattsburgh Airborne Speedway

Sept. 13               Friday              Mohawk Int’l Raceway

Sept. 21               Saturday       Albany-Saratoga Speedway

Oct. 13                Sunday         Oswego Speedway

Oct. 31                Thursday      The Dirt Track at Charlotte

Nov. 1                 Friday           The Dirt Track at Charlotte

Nov. 2                 Saturday       The Dirt Track at Charlotte

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