2024 High Limit Racing at East Bay Raceway Park

Meet The 17 Full-Time High Limit Racing Drivers In 2024

Meet The 17 Full-Time High Limit Racing Drivers In 2024

A look at the full-time driver roster for High Limit Racing Sprint Cars in 2024.

Feb 2, 2024 by FloSports Staff

High Limit Racing’s first national campaign is just over a week away, set to launch the 59-race season at Tampa, Florida’s East Bay Raceway Park on Monday and Tuesday, February 12-13.

Currently, the 17-team field of full-timers is arguably one of the toughest in the history of Sprint Car Racing - featuring a loaded roster from top-to-bottom. Let’s meet the 17 High Rollers entering 2024.

Rico Abreu (Rico Abreu Racing #24)

For the first time in his prolific career, 32-year-old Rico Abreu, of St. Helena, California, will chase a national Sprint Car championship in 2024. With Hall of Fame crew chief “Tricky” Ricky Warner on the wrenches, along with Zack Middlebrooks and Brady Forbrook, the fan favorite pilot of the No. 24 instantly becomes a High Limit title contender. Rico and the boys are fresh off 15 overall wins last season, including a series-best four wins with High Limit, falling just seven-points shy of stealing the midweek title from Kyle Larson. Looking ahead to the big paydays, Abreu is a former winner at Eldora Speedway, Silver Dollar Speedway and Skagit Speedway - the three tracks that will host $100,000-to-win High Limit races.

Jacob Allen (Shark Racing #1A)

Thrilled to taste freedom again, Jacob Allen couldn’t be any more excited for a change of pace in 2024 as he joins High Limit Racing full-time. After a decade-long journey of hitting the road with the World of Outlaws, the Hanover, PA native will run the 59 High Limit races and then the Crown Jewel events of the sport. The Shark Racing No. 1A is no stranger to winning on the big stage, scoring a Knoxville Nationals preliminary win and topping the Gold Cup Race of Champions - which boasts a $100,070 payday at Silver Dollar Speedway on August 22-24. 


VIDEO: Jacob Allen discusses his new adventure with High Limit Racing in 2024. 

Spencer Bayston (CJB Motorsports #5)

Entering year three of their relationship, Spencer Bayston and CJB Motorsports will see a change of scenery this year as they join the High Limit Racing tour. Based out of Carlisle, PA and led by Chad Clemens and veteran crew chief Barry Jackson, the TrueTimber No. 5 has proven themselves as consistent contenders with four World of Outlaws wins together, a Knoxville Nationals lock-in, and plenty of other impressive accomplishments. The 25-year-old Lebanon, IN native, a former USAC Midget Champion, is amped for the “Month of May” featuring a $50,000-to-win trip to Kansas’ Lakeside Speedway, a $20,000-to-win Midweek special in his home state at Indiana’s Kokomo Speedway, and a $75,000-to-win opportunity at Pennsylvania’s Port Royal Speedway, among more.

Tyler Courtney (Clauson-Marshall #7BC)

Since his switch to wing racing, after dominating the USAC Midget and Sprint Car ranks, “Sunshine” has proven himself as a long-time threat in 410 Winged competition. Together with Clauson-Marshall Racing, Tyler Courtney has piloted the NOS Energy Drink No. 7BC to two All Star Circuit of Champions titles and two World of Outlaws wins at Eldora Speedway and Port Royal Speedway - both of which host some of the biggest events on the High Limit calendar in 2024. The Indianapolis, IN native will also get two races in his home state at Lawrenceburg Speedway on May 31 and Kokomo Speedway, which Bryan Clauson dubbed his place of worship, on May 14.

Brenham Crouch (Crouch Motorsports #1)

Flying under the radar, 18-year-old Brenham Crouch could sneakily make a big impact in 2024. The Lubbock, Texas native has grown leaps and bounds in his short time behind the wheel of a Sprint Car. Last season was his first full-year in a 410 Winged ride and he quickly figured things out, winning the 2023 IRA Sprint Car championship in his first attempt and earning a top-10 against the World of Outlaws by years end. The Crouch Motorsports No. 1 will get a two-week stretch around home turf with races in Texas including Fort Worth’s Texas Motor Speedway (April 13) and Crandall’s RPM Speedway (April 14).

Corey Day (Jason Meyers Racing #14)

One of the most anticipated additions to the High Limit Racing roster is 18-year-old native of Clovis, California, Corey Day. Driving for Jason Meyers, a two-time World of Outlaws champion in his own right, the teenage sensation will split time primarily in the Sander Engineering No. 14 and the Driven2SaveLives No. 14BC during the Midweek Money Series and other select races. Within the last few months, Day’s stock has exploded through the roof with a Gold Cup Race of Champions title, a NARC championship, a Knoxville Nationals A-Main appearance, and Chili Bowl Nationals success. Now he’ll get the chance to prove his worth nationwide on the High Limit tour.


VIDEO: Corey Day and Jason Meyers discuss their 2024 High Limit Racing efforts. 

Cory Eliason (Ridge & Sons Racing #8)

Finding a new home with the Iowa based Ridge & Sons Racing team, Cory Eliason will link up with veteran crew chief Tyler Swank for a full-time run in 2024. The Visalia, California native completed the whole Midweek Money Series in 2023 with High Limit and ended up third in points with his five top-five finishes only trailing Kyle Larson and Rico Abreu. A 10-time All Star Circuit of Champions winner and two-time World of Outlaws winner, the 32-year-old is no stranger to competing and succeeding on the national trail.

Kasey Kahne (Kasey Kahne Racing #9)

Providing the only two-team stable on the High Limit tour, Kasey Kahne will not only field Brad Sweet’s NAPA Auto Parts No. 49 but also hit the road in his own KKR No. 9. The most meaningful weekend on the 60-race schedule for Kahne will no doubt be his homecoming to Washington in late August for what is set to become the biggest Sprint Car event in state history. A native of nearby Enumclaw, WA, Kahne will lead High Limit into Skagit Speedway on August 29-31 for a record-setting $100,000 payday in the Skagit Nationals.

Brent Marks (Murray-Marks Motorsports #19)

After setting the Sprint Car scene on fire the past three years, “The Myerstown Missile” has finally found his way back to a national series. Since 2021, Marks has won a whopping 45 races including 10 against the World of Outlaws and eight with the All Star Circuit of Champions. He’s won the biggest events in the sport, including the Kings Royal, National Open and Tuscarora 50 – which will become a High Limit Racing event for $57,000-to-win on September 5-7 at Port Royal Speedway, a home track for the Myerstown, PA 33-year-old ace. With Heath Moyle and Dennis “Fud” Christ on the crew, look for Marks to challenge for the first national title in High Limit history.

James McFadden (Roth Motorsports #83)

Adding some international flavor to the High Limit Racing roster, James McFadden will represent Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia on the tour this year. Sticking with the famed Roth Motorsports team for a third year, J-Mac will welcome Mobil1 to the No. 83 car this season with crew chief Brent Ventura back by his side. The exceptional Aussie is an 11-time World of Outlaws winner in his time on American soil, winning at three venues on the Midweek Money Series slate including Kokomo, Lake Ozark, and Atomic. The west coast swing will be a big one for McFadden, chasing six-figure paydays at Skagit Speedway and Silver Dollar Speedway for California owners Dennis & Teresa Roth.

Conner Morrell (Marc Dailey Racing #28M)

At 19-years-old, Conner Morrell is ready to take the biggest step of his career – running his first coast-to-coast schedule with High Limit Racing aboard the Marc Dailey owned No. 28M in 2024. He’s fresh off a stint with the All Star Circuit of Champions where he finished fifth in the driver points last year. The Floridian will dip his toes into the water on home turf with the season opener coming at Tampa, Florida’s East Bay Raceway Park on February 12-13.

Justin Peck (Buch Motorsports #13)

Former title contenders on the All Star Circuit of Champions, Justin Peck and Buch Motorsports are back to chasing championships in 2024 as they commit to High Limit Racing. The 25-year-old gasser is already one of six drivers who can say they’ve won a High Limit event as he banked $26,023 at his home track of Kokomo Speedway last year - and he’ll lead the series back to Indiana’s Baddest Bullring on Tuesday, May 14. Missing two events due to injury, the Buch No. 13 still contested every Midweek Money Series event they could last year and finished top-five in the points. If they can manage the same, a High Stakes Charter will be heading to the Pennsylvania based outfit owned by Tom Buch and led by Sean Strausbaugh.

Parker Price-Miller (PPM #9P)

“The Law Firm” joins the High Limit Room in 2024 as PPM begins his next adventure. Price-Miller, a former top-10 championship finisher and winner with both the World of Outlaws and All Star Circuit of Champions, will bring experienced wrench Bernie Stuebgen along with “Fuzz” Lyons on the road with his No. 9P. The 25-year-old will begin his campaign at East Bay Raceway Park, where he’s already a former 360 winner. He’ll get two races in his home state of Indiana, including one right down the road from his house when the Midweek Money Series hits Kokomo Speedway for $20,000 on Tuesday, May 14. 

Brad Sweet (Kasey Kahne Racing #49)

After five-consecutive World of Outlaws championships, “The Big Cat” is ready to take on a new challenge in 2024 as the NAPA Auto Parts No. 49 team goes full-time High Limit Racing. The 38-year-old future Hall of Famer has won at 15 of the 36 tracks on the schedule this year, making him the betting favorite for a sixth-straight championship with crew chief Eric Prutzman. The Grass Valley, CA native is most excited for a chance at his first Gold Cup Race of Champions title, now paying a record $100,070-to-win at his home track of Silver Dollar Speedway on August 22-24.

Tanner Thorson (Rod Gross Motorsports #88)

A proven star in the Midget Racing world, owning a USAC title and Chili Bowl Championship, Tanner Thorson has always been capable of excelling just as much in Winged Sprint Car Racing. He’s shown moments of brightness with podiums against the World of Outlaws and All Star Circuit of Champions in the past, and now he gets to commit his full attention to the High Limit Racing tour in 2024. The Minden, Nevada native, now living in Oklahoma, will return to seven tracks he’s won at previously – including California’s Silver Dollar Speedway and Placerville Speedway, where he cut his teeth in Sprint Car Racing as a teenager.

Chris Windom (Vermeer Motorsports #55)

Through two years into his transition to winged racing, Chris Windom has continually shown improvement in his time with the All Star Circuit of Champions - finishing second in the driver points last year. Coming from the USAC ranks where he is a triple crown champion - earning titles in Midgets, Sprint Cars and Silver Crown - the Canton, IL native has set high expectations for himself. He’ll switch teams this year as he and Tony Vermeer’s NOS Energy Drink No. 55, led by crew chief Clinton Boyles, make a big step onto the national scene. 

Zeb Wise (Rudeen Racing #26)

With an All Star Circuit of Champions title now in his bag, Zeb Wise is taking the next step in 2024 with a coast-to-coast schedule against one of the deepest rosters in the sport. The 21-year-old native of Angola, Indiana ended his 2023 campaign on fire, since switching to the Ford Performance 410 engine, capping his ASCoC title and then winning his first World of Outlaws race at Pennsylvania’s Port Royal Speedway.  The two most meaningful races for the Rudeen Racing camp will be the $26,000/Win Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race at Missouri’s I-70 Motorsports Park on June 7-8 and the $100,000/Win Skagit Nationals at Washington’s Skagit Speedway on August 29-31, near car owner Kevin Rudeen’s home base.

Tickets for the two-day “Battle at the Bay” at East Bay Raceway Park are available here. If you can’t attend in person, you can watch the entire High Limit Racing season live on FloRacing. If you’re not a subscriber, click here to become one today.