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Zeb Wise Going Full-Time With High Limit Racing In 2024

Zeb Wise Going Full-Time With High Limit Racing In 2024

2023 All Star Circuit of Champions champion Zeb Wise has committed to chasing the 2024 High Limit Racing championship.

Dec 4, 2023 by FloRacing Staff

The cast of 2024 High Rollers continues to grow, this time with the addition of one of the brightest young Sprint Car racers in the game today. Fresh off a down-to-the-wire championship with the All Star Circuit of Champions, Zeb Wise will take the Rudeen Racing No. 26 to High Limit Racing full-time in 2024 with sights set on a new title.

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After being hired by Kevin Rudeen in the summer of 2022, the Angola, Indiana native enjoyed a career-year in 2023. Wise rattled off 11 wins on the season, including his first-career World of Outlaws victory, and propelled the team to their first All Stars title thanks to a walk-off win at the 4-Crown Nationals.

At 21 years old, Wise has already won some of the biggest events in the sport in each division he has raced. Prior to moving into Sprint Cars at age 17, Wise had already topped the daunting Tulsa Shootout and earned a prestigious BC39 victory.

In 2024, the Rudeen No. 26 will again produce Ford Performance power under the hood as Wise returns to six tracks on the High Limit schedule where he previously owns a win - Kokomo Speedway (IN), Thunderbowl Raceway (CA), Outlaw Speedway (NY), 34 Raceway (IA), Eldora Speedway (OH), and Port Royal Speedway (PA).

Along with getting his first taste of several new tracks, Wise most certainly has the $26,000-to-win Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race at I-70 Motorsports Park on June 7-8 and the $100,000-to-win Skagit Nationals at Skagit Speedway on August 29-31 circled on his calendar - both being hallmark events for his car owner.

Wise’s High Limit Racing tenure officially begins on Monday-Tuesday, February 12-13 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, FL, and concludes on Friday-Saturday, October 11-12 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX. Along with a trio of six-figure paydays and 25+ races paying $20,000 or more to win, teams will also compete for a $1 million championship fund and an additional $100,000 points fund for the Midweek Money Series.

Wise joins Kasey Kahne, Jacob Allen and Brad Sweet as driver who have already committed to running the national tour full-time in 2024.

A busy week lies ahead for High Limit Racing with plenty of more news to come on the cast of 2024 High Rollers. Stay tuned to FloRacing.com to keep up with the incoming announcements.

For fans unable to attend the track next year, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing.