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Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series Releases Exciting 2015 Schedule

American Modified SeriesGlasgow, KY-December 14, 2014- With its most successful season in series history in the rear view mirror, the Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series is pleased to announce its 2015 racing schedule, with 16 events on the docket (possible three more to be added), with the tour visiting two new venues in 2015, and the tour boasting a total of eight races that will pay at least $3,000 to win, along with the tour’s first-ever $10,000 to win event.

The series will contest its 2015 schedule of events at eleven different racing venues over the course of the 2015 racing season, with appearances at tracks in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee. The 2015 campaign will be the richest in tour history, with a total of over $54,500 up for grabs in A-Main winner’s purses alone.

The 2015 racing season kicks off on Saturday March 7 as the Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series at Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, TN as part of the track’s 11th Annual Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic, paying $1,500 to win. The tour will then make its first ever appearance at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in Calvert City, KY as part of the track’s Bluegrass Nationals that will be a two-day event on Friday and Saturday March 20 and March 21, with the A-Main on Saturday March 21 paying $4,000 to win. The month of March concludes with the tour’s yearly visit to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, TN on Saturday March 28, with the winner taking home $3,000.

The month of April will see two events take place, with the first one coming on Friday April 24 at Bloomington Speedway in Bloomington, IN for the 2nd Annual J.B. Robinson Memorial, paying $2,000 to win, with a to be announced date the following evening on Saturday April 25 that will pay at least $1,500 to win.

The month of May will be busy for the series and the tour makes have its second and third events of the 2015 season at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in Calvert City, KY on Friday May 15 and Saturday May 16. The Friday May 15 event will pay $2,000 to win, while the Saturday May 16 contest will pay $4,000 to win. The tour will then invade the Land of Lincoln for its second annual Memorial Day Weekend Trifecta, with the first stop of the weekend taking place on Friday May 22 at Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, IL, paying $1,500 to win. The middle stop of the weekend will take place on Saturday May 23 at Fairbury’s American Legion Speedway in Fairbury, IL for the 2nd Annual Gary Cook, Jr. Memorial event, paying $2,064 to win. The weekend concludes at a track the series will visit for the first time ever, with a Sunday May 24 event at LaSalle Speedway in LaSalle, IL, racing for $1,500 to win.

The month of June will see only two events take place, but it will be in the form of a doubleheader weekend of racing action. On Friday June 26, the tour visits Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, OH, racing for $1,500 to win, while the following evening on Saturday June 27, the tour will visit Florence Speedway in Union, KY for a $1,500 to win contest.

The month of July has a to be announced date for Saturday July 18 that will pay at least $1,500 to win, while the tour will take off the month of August in preparation for the stretch run of the season, beginning with the 3rd Annual Land of Lincoln Triple Shot. The weekend of action begins on Friday September 4 at Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, IL for a $3,000 to win contest. On Saturday September 5, action will take place at Fairbury’s American Legion Speedway in Fairbury, IL for the 3rd Annual Casey’s AMS Modified Nationals, paying $10,000 to win, making this the first ever $10,000 to win event in tour history. The weekend concludes on Sunday September 6 at Spoon River Speedway in Canton, IL with the 25th Annual Modified Fall Nationals event, paying $5,000 to win. The month of September will conclude with a to be announced event on Friday September 25 that will pay at least $1,500 to win, followed by the tour’s final visit of the season to Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in Calvert City, KY on Saturday September 26 for a $4,000 to win event.

The tour concludes its 2015 campaign with one event in the month of October. It will be the series season finale at Florence Speedway in Union, KY on Saturday October 24 as the tour will be in competition in the 6th Annual Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series Championship event, paying $5,000 to win.

The Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series is also pleased to announce it will continue its working relationship with the UMP DIRTcar Modified organization, as the UMP DIRTcar organization will have its officials at all events to handle technical inspection of the race cars. Drivers can also earn points toward the UMP DIRTcar Modified national title, along with earning points toward the Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series championship title as well.

The Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series presents UMP DirtCar Modified sanctioned dirt track entertainment at racing venues throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and Tennessee. For more information concerning the Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series, contact series race director Jeff Evans at (859) 358-7178 or by email at jdevans@live.com or by visiting the series social media outlets at www.americanmodifiedseries.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/pages/American-Modified-Series, and on Twitter @AmericanModSeri.

Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series 2015 Racing Schedule

March 7 (Saturday)- Clarksville Speedway (Clarksville, TN)- 30 laps/$1,500 to win/$200 to start- 11th Annual Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic  (www.clarksvillespeedway.com)

March 20, 21 (Fri./Sat.)- Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway (Calvert City, KY)- 40 laps/$4,000 to win/$250 start-  Bluegrass Nationals  (www.klmsllc.com)

March 28 (Saturday)- Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, TN)- 35 laps/$3,000 to win/$225 to start  (www.smokymountainspeedway.com)

April 24 (Friday)- Bloomington Speedway (Bloomington, IN)- 30 laps/$2,000 to win/$200 to start- 2nd Annual J.B. Robinson Memorial  (www.bloomingtonspeedway.com)

April 25 (Saturday)- To Be Announced

May 15 (Friday)- Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway (Calvert City, KY)- 30 laps/$2,000 to win/$200 to start  (www.klmsllc.com)

May 16 (Saturday)- Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway (Calvert City, KY)- 40 laps/$4,000 to win/$250 to start  (www.klmsllc.com)

May 22 (Friday)- Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, IL)- 30 laps/$1,500 to win/$200 to start  (www.farmercityracing.com)

May 23 (Saturday)- Fairbury’s American Legion Speedway (Fairbury, IL)- 30 laps/$2,064 to win/$200 to start- 2nd Annual Gary Cook, Jr. Memorial  (www.fairburyspeedway.com)

May 24 (Sunday)- LaSalle Speedway (LaSalle, IL)- 30 laps/$1,500 to win/$200 to start (www.lasallespeedway.com)

June 26 (Friday)- Moler Raceway Park (Williamsburg, OH)- 30 laps/$1,500 to win/$200 to start  (www.molerracewaypark.com)

June 27 (Saturday)- Florence Speedway (Union, KY)- 30 laps/$1,500 to win/$200 to start  (www.florencespeedway.com)

July 18 (Saturday)- To Be Announced

September 4 (Friday)- Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, IL)- 35 laps/$3,000 to win/$225 to start  (www.farmercityracing.com)

September 5 (Saturday)- Fairbury’s American Legion Speedway (Fairbury, IL)- 50 laps/$10,000 to win/$300 to start- 3rd Annual Casey’s AMS Modified Nationals  (www.fairburyspeedway.com)

September 6 (Sunday)- Spoon River Speedway (Canton, IL)- 50 laps/$5,000 to win/$250 to start- 25th Annual Modified Fall Nationals  (www.spoonriverspeedway.com)

September 25 (Friday)- To Be Announced

September 26 (Saturday)- Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway (Calvert City, KY)- 40 laps/$4,000 to win/$250 to start  (www.klmsllc.com)

October 24 (Saturday)- Florence Speedway (Union, KY)- 40 laps/$5,000 to win/$250 to start- 6th Annual Summit Racing Equipment American Modified Series Championship  (www.florencespeedway.com)

(Media Relations: Michael Despain-mgdespain@windstream.net, @MichaelDespain-Twitter, Michael Despain- Facebook)

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