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Speedway, Indiana (December 12, 2019)………The United States Auto Club (USAC) .25 Series has announced its popular quarter midgets national championship schedule for the 2020 season.

The series begins its national season once again at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 5-9 coinciding with NASCAR’s famed The Clash at Daytona weekend. Kids ages 5 and up will travel from all over the country to showcase their talents on a temporarily constructed 1/20th mile-long racetrack located inside the World Center of Racing. 

For the first time, the series will be competing on site at Richmond (Va.) Raceway and Portland (Ore.) International Raceway, both in conjunction with their respective NTT INDYCAR Series race weekends. The pavement national schedule wraps up with a return visit to Texas Motor Speedway on Oct. 22-25.

Two USAC.25-sanctioned clubs will play host to national pavement races in 2020. The dirt national championship will visit two east coast clubs and two in the Midwest. A fifth dirt national championship race will be announced in the forthcoming weeks.

With approximately 45 USAC.25 clubs located across the country, thousands of kids ages five and up, along with their families, participate in USAC-sanctioned quarter midget series events.



Feb 5-9: Daytona International Speedway (Daytona, FL) (P)

Apr 30-May 3: Road Runner QMA (Albuquerque, NM) (P)

Jun 11-14: Hagerstown QMA (Hagerstown, MD) (D)

Jun 25-28: Richmond Raceway (Richmond, VA) (P)

Jul 9-12: Northwest Ohio QMRA (Toledo, OH) (P)

Jul 30-Aug 2: Terre Haute QMA (Terre Haute, IN) (D)

Aug 13-16: Montgomery County QMRC (Phoenixville, PA) (D)

Sep 3-6: Portland International Raceway (Portland, OR) (P)

Sep 17-20: Christian County QMA (Taylorville, IL) (D)

Oct 22-25: Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, TX) (P)

**TBA Dirt National Race - Location & Date TBA


(P) = Pavement Race

(D) = Dirt Race

Stadium Super Trucks on track at the Grand Prix of Portland

Charlotte, NC (November 21, 2019)- SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks has announced its schedule for the 2020 season. It will feature a total of 20 rounds of action next year, visiting ten different tracks in three different countries.

For the fourth time in series history, the SuperLoop 500 in Adelaide, SA, Australia, will be included on the schedule in conjunction with the Virgin Australia Supercars opening round early in the SST season.

After a year absence, the trucks will be back in South Australia, and will feature drivers from both the United States and Australia in the first of three co-sanctioned events with the newly formed Boost Mobile Super Trucks.

The longest-running event on the Stadium SUPER Trucks schedule will also be back for the eighth consecutive year as the trucks take to the streets of Long Beach, Calif., April 17-19, for the 47th running of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.

After a successful return to the Honda Indy Toronto in 2019, Canadian motorsports fans will revel in the thrills of STT being featured again on the NTT IndyCar Series weekend.  On July 10-12, the streets of Toronto will showcase the excitement of SST racing for the sixth time.

Starting the stretch of four race weekends in a month, the trucks will the make a stop for a third time at Wisconsin’s Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis., August 7-8, in conjunction with the NASCAR Xfinity Series Henry 180.

After making two visits to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in 2019 with all kinds of wild racing action, the loyal fans of Ohio will be treated to a return trip of Stadium SUPER Trucks as part of The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio weekend, August 14-16.

The second of three events co-sanctioned with the Boost Mobile Super Trucks will see the American drivers head back to Australia, August 29-30, for a return to the Sydney Motorsport Park in Sydney, New South Wales, for a race under the lights. This will be the first time SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks will compete on a road course at night.  The first appearance of SST at Sydney Motorsport Park was back in 2018 at an event with AMRS.

Returning to the Pacific Northwest for the second straight year, Portland International Raceway will be host to SST again along with the NTT IndyCar Series, September 4-6.

To close out the 2020 campaign, SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks will return to the Gold Coast to compete on the Streets of Surfers Paradise for the fourth time. A venue favorite of the series boasting large crowds and a picture perfect beachfront track provides the perfect scenario to crown the 2020 champion.  Gold Coast will be the last of three events co-sanctioned with Boost Mobile Super Trucks.

Stay tuned to and for additional event dates to be announced in the coming weeks.


2020 SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Schedule

February 1; Southern California Stadium*

February 20-23; SuperLoop 500; Adelaide, SA, Australia **

April 17-19; Long Beach Grand Prix, Long Beach, California

July 10-12; Honda Indy Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

August 7-8; Road America; Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin

August 14-16; Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; Lexington, Ohio

August 28-30; Sydney Motorsport Park; Sydney, NSW, Australia**

September 4-6; Portland International Raceway; Portland, Oregon

October 30-November 1; Surfers Paradise Street Circuit; Gold Coast, QLD, Australia**



*Look for an announcement with additional dates in the coming weeks

** Co-Sanctioned with Boost Mobile Super Trucks