2024 High Limit Racing at East Bay Raceway Park

List Of Drivers Currently On The 2024 High Limit Racing Roster

List Of Drivers Currently On The 2024 High Limit Racing Roster

The High Limit Racing roster continues to build, as more drivers and teams announce their plans. Here is an updated list of committed drivers.

Dec 18, 2023 by Tyler Burnett

In recent weeks, more than a dozen drivers have announced their commitments to High Limit Racing in 2024. Although more announcements are still expected, we've put together the current list of committed drivers who are expected to be in action at the season opener. 

The High Limit Racing season is set to begin February 12-13 at East Bay Raceway Park and conclude with the championship finale at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway October 11-12. 60 dates, 30 tracks and 19 different states. 

Here's the current list of drivers who have committed to High Limit Racing for the 2024 season.

Brad Sweet

Brad Sweet, who won his fifth straight World of Outlaws Championship in 2023, will compete for the High Limit Racing championship in 2024. The co-owner of the series, Sweet has been arguably the best sprint car in America over the past five seasons. He won the Knoxville Nationals in 2018 and has won the Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway twice (2013 and 2019).

Sweet will pilot the same Kasey Kahne Racing No.49 with NAPA Auto Parts sponsorship in 2024.

Rico Abreu

Finishing up arguably his best season behind the wheel of a sprint car, Rico Abreu and crew chief Ricky Warner will go after a national sprint car title in 2024. The team won four races last season with High Limit Racing, winning at Grandview Speedway, Huset’s Speedway, Bridgeport Motorsports Park and Lincoln Park Speedway. 

Rico will continue to drive the ShopRico.com Abreu Vineyards No. 24 in 2024. 

Jacob Allen

Driving for his father, National Sprint Car Hall of Famer Bobby Allen, Allen will go after the High Limit Racing championship in 2024. A five-time World of Outlaw feature event winner, Allen won four of those in 2022. That same year he won the Gold Cup Race of Champions at Silver Dollar Speedway. 

Allen will continue to drive the Shark Racing No. 1A in 2024. 

Brent Marks

Brent Marks, one of the hottest Sprint Car drivers of the last three seasons, announced he will return to the national scene in 2024 as a full-timer with High Limit. A 13-time winner in 2023, Marks has won a total of 45 races since 2021, including several of the biggest events in the sport. 

Marks will drive the Murray-Marks No. 19 Sprint Car for the 2024 High Limit Racing campaign. 

Tyler Courtney

There’s now a little “Sunshine” in the High Limit Room thanks to Tyler Courtney, who will join High Limit Racing for a championship bid in 2024 aboard the Clauson-Marshall Racing No. 7BC.

Kasey Kahne

Former NASCAR superstar Kasey Kahne has built a sprint car dynasty that has amassed over 200 World of Outlaw feature wins, and six championships in his 15+ years in the sport. In 2024, Kahne and Brad Sweet will bring both cars from their stable over to High Limit Racing. Kahne has won at many of the tracks on the upcoming schedule in both midgets and sprint cars before he made the move to NASCAR. 

Kahne will drive the familiar Kasey Kahne Racing No. 9 in 2024. 

Zeb Wise

The 2023 All Star Circuit of Champions titlist will go after the High Limit Racing title in 2024. The Angola, Indiana native won nine races with the All Stars this past season, including a walk off victory at Eldora Speedway to secure Rudeen Racing their first title. He won his first World of Outlaws feature last season and plans to run Ford Performance Engines the entire season with High Limit. 

Wise will pilot the Rudeen Racing No. 26 again in 2024. 

Spencer Bayston

The 2022 World of Outlaws Rookie of the Year, Spencer Bayston has won five features over the course of his career with the Outlaws and the All Stars with CJB Motorsports. A 2017 USAC National Midget champion, Bayston has won at five tracks listed on the High Limit Schedule. 

Bayston will pilot the TrueTimber No. 5 in 2024.

Cory Eliason

No stranger to life as a High Roller, Eliason completed the full 2023 midweek campaign and finished third in driver points. His five top-five finishes in the short 12-race history of High Limit ranks third behind only Kyle Larson (9) and Rico Abreu (9). Eliason has won 10 times with the All Stars and twice with the World of Outlaws.

He will team up with Ridge & Sons Racing in 2024 and drive the No. 8. 

Corey Day

The 18-year old California Phenom first announced he would only run the Mid-Week Money Series in 2024 with Clauson-Marshall Racing, and a day later decided he and Jason Meyers Racing would go after the High Limit Racing title full-time. In 2023, the team captured 11 wins, including 9 NARC main event wins, the Gold Cup Race of Champions against the World of Outlaws, and the 29th annual Trophy Cup at the Tulare Thunderbowl. Corey’s 9 main event wins and consistency throughout the season propelled the team to their 1st NARC championship.

Corey will drive the Jason Meyers Racing, Sander Engineering, Four C’s Construction, Meyers Constructors, No. 14.

Brenham Crouch

At merely 18 years old, Crouch is currently the youngest driver signed up with High Limit Racing but don’t mistake his youth for inexperience. He’s been a champion in back-to-back years with titles from the POWRi National Midgets in 2022 and then the IRA Sprint Cars in 2023; his first full season aboard a 410 Sprint Car. He even cracked the top-10 with the World of Outlaws in his fourth start.

Crouch will drive his family-owned Crouch Motorsports No. 1 in 2024. 

Justin Peck

Driving for Buch Motorsports again this season, Peck battled an injury last year and wasn’t able to run a full points schedule. Peck however did finish top five in points in the High Limit Mid-Week Series, winning in a thriller at Kokomo Speedway holding off Kyle Larson. No stranger to point racing, in 2022, he and Tom Buch contested the All Star title where they won eight races and finished second in points. 

Peck will drive the familiar Buch Motorsports No. 13 in 2024.  

Tanner Thorson

The next step in Tanner Thorson’s career includes a trip to the High Limit Room in 2024. Teaming with Rod Gross Motorsports, Thorson is taking the No. 88 Sprint Car on the road full-time to compete on High Limit Racing’s national tour.

Parker-Price Miller

A two-time winner with the World of Outlaws and three-time victor with the All Star Circuit of Champions, PPM has finished in the top-10 of both championship standings before. Prior to that, he did earn the 2016 MOWA Sprint Car Championship at the young age of 16. 

A native of Kokomo, Indiana, now 25 years old, “The Law Firm” will drive his family owned No. 9p in 2024.

Chris Windom

A 32-year-old native of Canton, Illinois, Windom’s accomplishments behind the wheel are already plenty impressive. One of seven drivers in the long and storied history of the United States Auto Club to achieve the Triple Crown, Windom won the 2016 USAC Silver Crown title, 2017 USAC Sprint Car title, and 2020 USAC Midget title. Windom transitioned his career to winged sprint car racing in 2022, finishing second in driver All Star points this past year. 

Windom will drive the NOS Energy Drink, Vermeer Motorsports No. 55 in 2024. 

Connor Morrell

Fresh off a full season with the All Star Circuit of Champions - where he finished fifth in driver points - Morrell is ready for his first true coast-to-coast schedule in 2024. Morrell earned two All Star top-10 finishes this year with one of those coming at Michigan’s Butler Motor Speedway, where High Limit will debut on Saturday, June 1 for the $12,085-to-win Mace Thomas Classic.

A starter of four High Limit features this year, Morrell will don the #28M all year for car owner Marc Dailey, who supplied two High Limit top-10 finishes for Cap Henry at Kokomo Speedway and Grandview Speedway - both tracks which will return to the Midweek Money Series in 2024.