High Limit Racing announced its expansion plan for next season. It will have 50 races next year. Also, it will introduce a Midweek Money Series. In addition, it welcomed Brad Sweet, the current World of Outlaws Spring Car Series champ.

According to bookie industry insiders, the Midweek Money Series will have over $5 million in prize money. Also, $250,000 will go to the winner of the series. It will come from a million-dollar points fund.

FloSports, an Austin, Texas-based sports streaming platform, acquired a minority ownership investment in the series. Also, it signed a multiyear arrangement to broadcast all events.

The new series will take place on nontraditional weekends to avoid scheduling conflicts with some of the sports’ most prestigious tournaments. In 2023, Larson won a record three races and became the first driver to win an 11-race season that took place exclusively on weeknights.

High Limit Racing Expansion in 2024

High Limit Racing Announced Its Expansion Plan in 2024According to sports betting news reports, there has been talk of a merger between the two series since High Limit revealed two weeks ago that they had bought Tony Stewart’s All-Star Circuit of Champions (ASCoC). After winning his fifth straight Outlaws championship last week, Sweet compared it to a “walk-off homer,” implying he would soon be switching from that series to the one he had just acquired.

In 2023, the series will be rebranded as the High Limit Sprint Car Series. Also, the first race will be held at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida, in February. The Outlaws’ parent business owns the facility where their races take place.

The Eldora Million had been run twice before as a showcase for late-model cars. In 2023, however, the race was converted to a sprint car event, and Logan Schuchart was declared the victor. Tony Stewart organized the independent race.

Two races coincide with NASCAR events; one is hosted at Texas Motor Speedway in April, and the other is held at Lakeside Speedway in May, less than 10 miles from Kansas Speedway. High Limit will have its last race this year at Texas Motor Speedway’s Dirt Track in October.

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