INDIANAPOLIS – The Rapid Tire USAC East Coast Sprint Car Series presented by Capitol Renegade schedule features 32 events across five different states.
The series will make three visits to new tracks on this year’s calendar, which features increased dates at multiple locations for the new season.
All four shows in the state of Delaware and both shows in Virginia will be $300 to start events in order to help teams with the costs associated with a slightly further tow.
Both shows at Delaware Int’l Speedway (May 8 and Sept. 4), both shows at Georgetown Speedway (July 23, and Oct. 1), and both shows at Winchester (Va.) Speedway, (July 31 and Sept. 11) will all be under the $300 to start purse.
Valley Forge Inc. is again returning as the sponsor for the series’ Speedweek, which will again kick off on July 1 at Orange County Fair Speedway.
The series returns to action the next night at Big Diamond Speedway on July 2, before returning to New Egypt Speedway on July 3. Added to this season’s schedule will be the series’ first ever visit to Action Track USA in Kutztown, Pa., for the final night of Speedweek on Wednesday July 7.
All events during Speedweek will also pay $300 to start thanks to Valley Forge Inc. and Bill Gallagher.
Special event nights, such as Kids Night and the annual series Pit Party, will again return in 2021. Kids Night will be June 4 at Williams Grove Speedway and the Pit Party is scheduled for Sept. 4 at Delaware Int’l Speedway.
Three new tracks will be on the series schedule, the first of which is the new Bloomsburg Fairgrounds, where the series will see action alongside two different midget series.
The first stop at Bloomsburg is on May 29 with ARDC, then again with the USAC National Midgets on Aug. 6.
The series makes their debut alongside the 600cc micro sprints at Action Track USA on July 7, leaving many series drivers with a great double duty opportunity.
The final new track will be the Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex on Oct. 17. This will be a big weekend for the series, as it will be the second half of a two-day swing in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
The weekend will kick off with a special Saturday show on Oct. 16 at Bedford Speedway, before heading to Roaring Knob on Sunday. Both shows will be special events paying $2,000 to win and $300 to start.
Other highlights include five shows at Bridgeport Speedway, three dates at Selinsgrove Speedway, including a special double header on June 17 with the USAC National Sprint Car Series, a return visit to Lincoln Speedway, and two shows at both Williams Grove Speedway and Port Royal Speedway.
2021 USAC East Coast Sprint Car Series Schedule
April 2 – Williams Grove Speedway – Mechanicsburg, Pa.
April 3 – Bridgeport Speedway – Swedesboro, N.J.
April 10 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, Pa.
April 16 – Bedford Speedway – Bedford, Pa.
May 8 – Delaware International Speedway – Delmar, Del.
May 14 – Bedford Speedway – Bedford, Pa.
May 15 – Grandview Speedway – Bechtelsville, Pa.
May 22 – Selinsgrove Speedway – Selinsgrove, Pa.
May 28 – Big Diamond Speedway – Minersville, Pa.
May 29 – Bloomsburg Fairgrounds – Bloomsburg, Pa.
June 4 – Williams Grove Speedway – Mechanicsburg, Pa.
June 5 – Lincoln Speedway – Abbottstown, Pa.
June 17 – Selinsgrove Speedway – Selinsgrove, Pa.
July 1 – Orange County Fair Speedway – Middletown, N.Y.
July 2 – Big Diamond Speedway – Minersville, Pa.
July 3 – New Egypt Speedway – New Egypt, N.J.
July 7 – Action Track USA – Kutztown, Pa.
July 23 – Georgetown Speedway – Georgetown, Del.
July 24 – Bridgeport Speedway – Swedesboro, N.J.
July 31 – Winchester Speedway – Winchester, Va.
Aug. 6 – Bloomsburg Fairgrounds – Bloomsburg, Pa.
Aug. 8 – Selinsgrove Speedway – Selinsgrove, Pa.
Aug. 18 – Bridgeport Speedway – Swedesboro, N.J.
Aug. 20 – Bedford Speedway – Bedford, Pa.
Aug. 21 – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, Pa.
Sept. 4 – Delaware International Speedway – Delmar, Del.
Sept. 11 – Winchester Speedway – Winchester, Va.
Sept. 25 – Bridgeport Speedway – Swedesboro, N.J.
Oct. 1 – Georgetown Speedway – Georgetown, Del.
Oct. 16 – Bedford Speedway – Bedford, Pa.
Oct. 17 – Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex – Markleysburg, Pa.
Nov. 5 – Bridgeport Speedway – Swedesboro, N.J.