All Star Sprints To Battle For $10,000 In Atomic Speedway’s The Night The Stars Come Out
Story By: TYLER ALTMEYER / ALL STAR CIRCUIT OF CHAMPIONS – BROWNSBURG, IN – It was a relatively quiet April for the Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1, competing in just two, but exciting Spring Nationals programs at Attica Raceway Park in Attica, Ohio, but despite a slight break in the action, the Series is set to get back to work, setting aim on Atomic Speedway’s highly-anticipated The Night The Stars Come Out on Thursday evening, May 4.
Sharing center stage with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the midweek blockbuster will award a $10,000 payday, simultaneously kicking-off an action-packed May agenda for the All Star Circuit of Champions that will feature nine additional events across Illinois, Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Although a big slate ahead, The Night The Stars Come Out is the only event on the Series’ upcoming weekend agenda, returning to action at Jacksonville Speedway in Jacksonville, Illinois, on Friday, May 12.
Certainly no stranger to the All Star campaign trail, Atomic Speedway will host the All Star Circuit of Champions on one more occasion in 2023, that of which will occur during the annual edition of Ohio Sprint Speedweek on Thursday, June 15; that event will award a $6,000 payday.
Buch Motorsports’ Justin Peck is the most recent to earn All Star victory honors at the highbanks of Atomic Speedway, securing a $6,000 payday on June 15, 2022. Pennsylvania Posse invader, Danny Dietrich, finished second to Peck, followed by “The Law Firm” Parker Price-Miller, two-time All Star champion, Tyler Courtney, and NASCAR star, Christopher Bell.