General Motors LS3 Engine Hits The Streets
ASA Late Model Competitors Start To Take Delivery of New Engine
ASA LM Series PR Report
The long awaited new crate motor from GM has finally arrived. The first three engines have been shipped and teams are preparing to put it to the test as early as the second race in the south division.

The first official power plant went to the AJ Frank team (ASALMS 001) with the second going to TK Racing with driver Eddie Hoffman and the third went to the Adrian Carriers team with Joey King driving.

“A lot of time and effort went into this engine package making sure that all engines in the series were at the same horsepower and torque ratings. We will be running these engines with a restrictor plate to equal all engines. While we would have liked to run the Challenge Series with just these motors, with the economy the way it is; it wasn't the right time”, stated Ron Varney Series President.

“I feel this is a new beginning for crate motor racing and I look forward to the day when we can go with this engine exclusively”, continued Varney.

Teams that are interested in purchasing the new motor or have questions can call the office at 800-385-2503.

The ASA Late Model Series is a premier and distinctive late model touring series. A series that was born into its rich grassroots history through the racers for the racers. The series has always been a topic of interest to the fans, racers, media and other series across the country.  Today the ASA Late Model Series is known as 'America's Premier Short Track Series' and we continue to evolve into the top short track touring series in the country. 

For more information about the ASA Late Model Series, visit our websites at www.asalatemodels.com, www.asalatemodelsouth.com and www.asalatemodelsnorth.com. 

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


Eddie Hoffman has been one of the first to take delivery fo a new LS3 engine from General Motors.