The finale of High Limit Racing's Battle at the Bay ran its course Tuesday at East Bay Raceway Park, the second round of the tour's inaugural 59-race national campaign.
High Limit Racing embarked on its anticipated 59-race national campaign on Tuesday evening at East Bay Raceway Park by completing Monday's postponed Battle at the Bay program.
Persistent rain showers has forced High Limit Racing officials to push the rest of Monday's High Limit Racing season-opening event at East Bay Raceway Park to Tuesday evening.
An offseason's worth of anticipation and preparation comes together on Monday at East Bay Raceway Park as High Limit Racing's inaugural national touring campaign kicks off new beginnings for Sprint Car racing.
James McFadden's arrival to the United States from his native Australia has been delayed due to travel issues. As a result, Dominic Scelzi will take over behind the wheel of the Roth Motorsports Sprint Car for the High Limit Racing season opener at East Bay Raceway Park on February 12-13.
High Limit Racing’s first national Sprint Car campaign is less than a week away, a 59-race season that launches at Tampa, Fla.'s East Bay Raceway Park next Monday and Tuesday.
Following months of anticipation, the inaugural High Limit Racing national tour will begin this February in the state of Florida.
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.
Drivers, teams and fans from various forms of motorsports are gearing up for one of the busiest stretches of the racing season this January and February. The traditional Georgia-Florida Speedweeks packs a big punch with oodles of racing events on both dirt and pavement taking place over a one-month period.
The High Limit Room needed a little international flavor, and now it has it. James McFadden, of Alice Springs, Northern Territory, will represent his native land of Australia on the High Limit Racing roster as he pilots the Mobil 1 sponsored Roth Motorsports No .83 in 2024.
GETTYSBURG, Pa. – As recently announced, “Double-D” Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing will launch the new year in the Sunshine State, joining the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and High Limit Sprint Car Series in starts at Volusia Speedway Park and East Bay Raceway Park, respectively. And although their pilgrimage to Florida is a major segment of their annual agenda, the six-race slate is just the tip of the iceberg, as Dietrich plans to compete in over 100 dates highlighted with major blockbusters such as Ohio Sprint Speedweek, Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek, and the coveted Knoxville Nationals.
The DURST Dice Roll was one of the hottest topics surrounding High Limit Racing in 2023, and after much deliberation, a new and exciting format has been announced for the 2024 season.
After a lengthy open dialogue and vote between full-time teams and drivers, the 2024 High Limit Racing event format has been finalized.
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.
Make it 15 confirmed High Rollers as Conner Morrell and Marc Dailey Racing are the newest combination to sign for a full-time slate as High Limit Racing prepares to go national in 2024.
Dec 29, 2023