I-70 JACKPOTS THREE 2024 HIGH LIMIT DATES | RAYCE RUDEEN FOUNDATION RACE & MIDWEEK MONEY SERIES FINALE
ODESSA, MO. (Friday, December 1, 2023) – I-70 Speedway has solidified a hefty contract including three dates in 2024 with the High Limit Racing Series owned and operated by NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson and five-time World of Outlaws Sprint Cars champion Brad Sweet. The dates include the Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race on Friday and Saturday, June 7-8, 2024 as well as the High Limit Duel in Odessa on Tuesday, October 8, 2024 which serves as the Midweek Money Series Finale.
The Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race featuring High Limit Winged Sprint Cars will be a two-day event at I-70 Speedway. Kicking off Friday, June 7 for $10,000 to win, followed by finale night Saturday, June 8 for $26,000 to win honoring the life of Rayce Rudeen and the impact the Rudeen family's foundation has made for many in need.
Later in the season the High Limit Series returns to I-70 Speedway for the finale of their Midweek Money Series. The High Limit Racing Midweek Money Series Champion will be crowned at the High Limit Duel in Odessa for $20,000 to win on Tuesday, October 8, 2024 at I-70 Speedway. Kyle Larson is scheduled to attend and compete barring outside complications do not arise.
“We are proud to host the High Limit Series at I-70 Speedway in 2024 with three thrilling events that fans will love,” said Casey Shuman, I-70 Motorsports Park General Manager. “Brad [Sweet] and I have known each other through our racing careers, and it’s pretty special to have the opportunity to work together at this level. We have big ideas to make each of the three High Limit dates memorable experiences in unique ways that you’ll only find at the immaculate I-70 Speedway facility in Odessa, Missouri.”
Larson and Sweet introduced the High Limit Sprint Car Series in 2023 with an inaugural schedule that featured 12 midweek events that shook up the industry standards. In October of 2023, High Limit Racing finalized the acquisition of the All Star Circuit of Champions which was previously owned by three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and Eldora Speedway owner Tony Stewart. Larson, Sweet and their team have a goal to elevate sprint car racing and turn their passion for the sport into a positive for fans, drivers, teams and racetracks.
“The addition of I-70 Speedway to the 2024 High Limit Series Schedule is a homerun for us,” said Brad Sweet, High Limit Racing Owner. “I-70 is one of the nicest dirt racing facilities in the USA. The ambitions Casey and his team hold for their venue definitely align with my team’s goals for 2024. We can’t wait to bring these big paying events to the fans in the Show Me State.”
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Article Credit: Brooke Shuman