Changes Are Made To ASA Late Model Challenge Schedule
Bristol is Out, Music City is In
ASA LM PR Report
The ASA Late Model Series has announced the following changes to the Challenge Series schedule. The August 1, 2009 race scheduled for Bristol Motor Speedway has been changed to August 2, 2009 at the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. 

“After months of trying to work out a date with the ASA Late Model Series, we regret that we are not able to host the series in 2009, but we want to continue hosting ASA Late Model Series races.  I know that both the sanctioning body and the speedway officials regret being unable to stage ASA Late Model Series racing this year after the spectacular shows we've enjoyed the past two years.  Hopefully, we will see the ASA Late Model Series back at Bristol in the very near future” stated Bristol Motor Speedway's Wayne Estes.

“While its disappointing that we won't be at Bristol in 2009, I went to work as quick as I could to find a replacement for that race. After speaking with the new promoter at the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway I knew I had found the right place. We have always has great car counts and great races at the Fairgrounds and we are very excited about going back” commented ASA Late Model Series President Ron Varney.

To help pack the grandstands we will offering a discount for any fan that brings their ticket stub fro the Camping World Truck race being run on Saturday at Nashville Super Speedway” we are even trying to get some of the Truck Series drivers to race our event on Sunday. It should be a must see for race fans, 200 laps of ASA Late Model racing.

The ASA Late Model Series is its own entity and not endorsed, sponsored or affiliated in any way with ASA Racing, American Speed Association or the ASA Member Track Program. The ASA Late Model Series is owned and operated by Ron and Sandy Varney

For more information on the ASA Late Model Series and teams, visit our websites at www.asalatemodels.com, www.asalatemodelsnorth.com or www.asalatemodelssouth.com





The ASA Late Models won't see the high banks of Bristol this season.