All-Tech Raceway’s Up Next For Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Racers Starting Friday
Story By: LUCAS OIL LATE MODEL DIRT SERIES – BATAVIA, OH – After a brief break in the action, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series continues a busy Speedweeks schedule at All-Tech Raceway in Lake City, Fla. on February 3-4.
The All-Tech Raceway Winter Nationals began Thursday, February 2 with an Open Practice. That practice will be followed by two complete nights of racing.
On Friday, February 3 teams will be vying for $12,000-to-win while Saturday, February 4 will offer competitors a top prize of $15,000.
Both nights A-Main events will be 50-laps in distance.
Dirt Draft Hot Laps, Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, and an A-Main event will take place each day for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The Pure Stock division will also be in competition on Saturday, February 4 paying $1,000-to-win.
The gates will open at 2:00PM ET on Thursday, February 2, with practice scheduled from 6:00PM ET to 10:00PM ET.
On Friday and Saturday, the pit gates will open at 2:00PM ET, followed by general admission gates at 3:00PM ET. Hot laps will begin at 5:30PM ET. Saturday’s program kicks off with a Dirt Racing Outreach Service at 3:30PM ET.
The Big River Steel Chase for the Championship – presented by ARP continues as teams battle all season for a chance at the record point fund of over $1,000,000. The 2023 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion will take home an industry record $200,000.
Brandon Overton leads the current Big River Steel Chase for the Championship – presented by ARP standings by 60-points over Ricky Thornton Jr. after five events. Jonathan Davenport is third, with Devin Moran and Tim McCreadie rounding out the top five.