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Mark Martin to Sign Autographs on Saturday at I-30 Speedway


Beebe, Arkansas (03/20/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil is eagerly anticipating two big nights of racing this weekend – March 23-24 – in the state of Arkansas.

“We look forward to every race weekend, but there’s really a lot to be excited about this weekend,” CCSDS CEO Chris Ellis said. “Returning to Old No. 1 Speedway after a four-year hiatus on Friday night, and then having NASCAR legend Mark Martin on hand on Saturday at I-30 Speedway to sign autographs and be the Grand Marshal is pretty freaking awesome. I know that a lot of racers and fans alike are just as excited as I am about both nights.”

With one race already in the books in 2018, three-time and defending series champ, Jack Sullivan has jumped out to the early lead in the series standings. Sullivan, who will enter the weekend with the day-glo orange spoiler as the Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man, will be joined in action this weekend by a host of hungry series competitors, including Gavin Landers, Robert Baker, B.J. Robinson, Hunter Rasdon, Zach McMillan, Austin Theiss, Shannon Scott, David Payne, Brett Frazier, Tanner Kellick, Jake Davis, Travis Ashley, and more.

The Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year battle continues to take form as drivers still have a few more races to throw their names into the hat. Early entries include Travis Ashley, Tanner Kellick and Jake Davis. >>Read More

Jack Sullivan Wins COMP Cams Super Dirt Series 2018 Opener
Defending Champion races to straightaway triumph in Springfield debut

1Springfield, Missouri (03/10/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil lifted the lid on Saturday evening at Jerry Hoffman’s Springfield Raceway.

Defending CCSDS Champion, Jack Sullivan surged forward from the fourth-starting spot to take the lead from B.J. Robinson halfway through the feature. Once out front, Sullivan walked away to claim his 25th career triumph by a straightaway. Ninth-starting Gavin Landers marched to a runner-up finish with Robert Baker, Jesse Stovall and Payton Looney completing the Top-5 finishers as the tour made its debut at the Missouri oval. (Jim DenHamer pic)

Tony Jackson Jr. earned the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger Award after passing 11 cars to finish sixth.CCSDS regular for 2018, Shannon Scott was the recipient of the Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award after mechanical issues forced him to retire from the feature on the opening lap. >>READ MORE

COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Unveils 2018 Schedule

1Beebe, Arkansas (11/28/17) – The stars and cars of the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil are going to be quite busy in 2018.

The series’ 2018 schedule has officially been released and boasts 34 races at 15 different tracks in six states.

The schedule includes nine $3,000-to-win events and six $5,000-to-win races. The tour will once again co-sanction the $20,000-to-win Bad Boy 98 as well as the $40,000-to-win COMP Cams Topless 100 with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS).

“This is by far the most ambitious schedule we’ve ever had with the most purse money we’ve ever posted in the history of the tour,” CCSDS CEO Chris Ellis said. “We are very proud to see the growth of the tour, and we can’t thank the racers, the tracks, the sponsors and the fans enough for their awesome support. 2018 is going to be a really great year for the tour.”

The 12th season for the CCSDS warriors opens on March 10 with the tour’s maiden trip to Springfield Raceway (Springfield, Missouri) for a $3,000-to-win. It will mark the first of two visits by the series to the ¼-mile oval.

After a hiatus from the tour, Old No. 1 Speedway (formerly Harrisburg Speedway) in Harrisburg, Arkansas returns to the docket as well as Legit Speedway (formerly West Plains Motor Speedway) in West Plains, Missouri. >>READ MORE