Poor weather forces Gallatin cancelation for ASCS Frontier
Andrew Kunas, Stagg Motor Sports PR
BELGRADE, Mont. – Persistent strong rain showers forced Gallatin Speedway officials to pull the plug on Friday night’s Summer Clash at Belgrade for the ASCS Frontier Region sprint car tour. It is the fifth time the series has suffered a rainout in 2023.
The series is next scheduled to visit Gallatin Speedway on September 8th for the Friday portion of the track’s annual Big Sky Supernationals.
Next for the series is the annual Harvey Ostermiller Memorial, August 25th and 26th at Big Sky Speedway outside Billings. The event, honoring the late Montana sprint car pioneer, first pays $3,000 to win Friday’s feature before Saturday’s finale pays $12,012 to win and $512 just to start. The $12,012 winner’s prize is believed to be the highest paying sprint car race ever in Montana. The event is expected to draw cars from around the region and teams from all three West Coast states have also expressed interest in traveling to Big Sky Speedway to compete for one of the highest 360 sprint car paydays in the country. Logan Forler of Boise, Idaho has won the event the last two years.
More information on the Brodix Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series, as well as the American Sprint Car Series National Tour and other ASCS regional series can be found online at www.ascsracing.com. Stagg Motor Sports, the promoting company of the ASCS Frontier Region, can be found at www.staggmotorsports.com.
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