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Super DIRTcar Series

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Category  Auto Racing/Dirt Track
Country  Northeast United States, Canada
Inaugural season  1972 1st Series Of Qualifying Events For Shaffer 100 At Syracuse
Inaugural season  1974 1st Actual SDS Champion Honored With Point Fund Payout
Engine suppliers  467 Cubic Inch Big Block
Tire suppliers  92" Hoosier Racing Tires

The Super DIRTcar Series is a modified racing touring series in the United States. It races primarily in the Northeastern United States with a few dates in the Midwestern United States, Florida, and Canada.

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Events

The premiere event in the series is the Super DIRT Week at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, New York. From 2004 until 2012 the feature event (the Syracuse 200) was televised on SPEED. In 2013 Super DIRT Week was moved to CBS Sports Newtwork. The 1980 race was televised live on ESPN, the 1985 event was televised live on TNN, and the entire Super Dirt Series was televised live on Empire Sports Net from mid-1996 until late 1999. Every Super Dirt Week since 1980 has been shown on cable television. The feature event pays $50,000 to the winner.

Other high-profile events include; Mr. Dirt Track USA which is hosted at Lebanon Valley Speedway which pays $17,500 to win; the Eastern States 200, run at Orange County Fair Speedway, which pays $20,000 to win. The Series champion is crowned each year at the season finale, The DIRTcar World Finals at the Dirt Track at Charlotte.

Records

  • Most career wins: Brett Hearn (120)
  • Most DIRTcar titles: Brett Hearn (8)
  • Most wins in a season: 10 (Brett Hearn 2002, Billy Decker 2008, Matt Sheppard 2016)
  • Consecutive wins: 5 (Alan Johnson: 1983)
  • Most seasons with at least 1 win: Brett Hearn (32)
  • Consecutive seasons with at least one win: Brett Hearn (22)
  • Different track wins: Danny Johnson (33)
  • References

    Super DIRTcar Series Wikipedia


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