The CARS Tour has added multiple bonuses for the 2020 season, giving drivers more chances to win prize money than ever before.
The largest offseason addition to the series is the partnership with Solid Rock Carriers. The La Grange, N.C.-based company has become the title partner of the CARS Tour. As a result, purses for all Late Model Stock and Super Late Model races have increased by 12.5 percent.
Super Late Model drivers will also have the opportunity to compete in the “Rowdy Manufacturing Super Challenge.” Champions of major Super Late Model series and winners of major Super Late Model races in 2019 will earn an additional $10,000 if they win a CARS Tour Super Late Model race. The full list of eligible drivers is included below.
While Super Late Model drivers will compete for the “Rowdy Manufacturing Super Challenge,” Late Model Stock drivers will compete for the “Bonus of Champions.” Selected State and Track Champions who are not part of the Lucas Oil Touring 12 will earn $200 for competing in a CARS Tour Late Model Stock race in 2020. The full list of eligible drivers is included below. In addition, LMSC drivers will earn a $500 loyalty bonus for running three consecutive CARS Tour Late Model Stock races and another $500 at South Boston Speedway for competing in every race throughout the season. Furthermore, drivers who are in the top three of their home track’s Late Model Stock points standings will be eligible for the Circle Track Warehouse Hometown Hero award and a free set of Hoosier Tires when the CARS Tour visits that track.
The 2020 Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour season begins March 7 at Southern National Motorsports Park with the $10,000-to-win Solid Rock Carriers 300 presented by SRI Performance. For more information, visit www.carsracingtour.com.
2020 ROWDY MANUFACTURING SUPER CHALLENGE ELIGIBLE DRIVERS
Matt Craig – 2019 CARS Tour Champion
Trevor Noles – 2019 Mid Atlantic Classic Winner at Orange County Speedway
Casey Roderick – 2019 Southern Super Series Champion
Greg Van Alst – 2019 CRA Super Series Champion
Casey Johnson – 2019 ARCA Midwest Tour Champion
DJ Shaw – 2019 PASS North Champion
Mike Hopkins – 2019 PASS National Champion
Cole Moore – 2019 SRL Champion
Joey Dorian – 2019 Granite State Pro Stock Series Champion
Cassius Clark – 2019 IWK 250 Winner at Riverside Int’l Speedway
Travis Benjamin – 2019 Oxford 250 Winner at Oxford Plains Speedway
Connor Okrzesik – 2019 Speedfest Winner at Watermelon Capital Speedway
Josh Berry – 2019 North vs South Shootout Winner at Hickory Motor Speedway
Bubba Pollard – 2019 World Series of Asphalt Champion at New Smyrna Speedway/Canadian Short Track Nationals Winner at Jukasa Motor Speedway
Giovanni Bromante – 2019 Rattker 250 Winner at South Alabama Speedway
Matt Kensenth – 2019 Slinger Nationals Winner at Slinger Speedway
Mason Mingus – 2019 All American 400 Winner at Fairgrounds Speedway-Nashville
Josh Brock – 2019 North-South Super Late Model 100 at Fairgrounds Speedway-Nashville
Ty Majeski – 2019 Octoberfest 200 Winner at LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway/2019 Winter Showdown Winner at Kern County Raceway
Preston Peltier – 2019 Summer Showdown Winner at Evergreen Speedway
Stephen Nasse – 2019 Short Track US Nationals Winner at Bristol Motor Speedway/Winchester 400 Winner at Winchester Speedway
Boris Jurkovic – 2019 Battle at Berlin 251 Winner at Berlin Raceway
Travis Braden – 2019 Snowball Derby Winner at Five Flags Speedway
*In order to be eligible for the Rowdy Manufacturing Super Challenge, drivers must purchase a CARS Tour annual license prior to the event, file their event entry by the deadline, and participate in promotional duties set forth by the CARS Tour.
2020 LMSC BONUS OF CHAMPIONS ELIGIBLE DRIVERS
Bradley McCaskill – 2019 Track Champion at Southern National (NC) Motorsports Park/North Carolina State Champion
Sam Yarbrough – 2019 Track Champion at Myrtle Beach (SC) Speedway/South Carolina State Champion
Nik Williams – 2019 Track Champion at Kingsport (TN) Speedway/Tennessee State Champion
Mike Looney – 2019 Track Champion at Motor Mile (VA) Speedway/Virginia State Champion
Peyton Sellers – 2019 Track Champion at South Boston (VA) Speedway
Greg Edwards – 2019 Track Champion at Langley (VA) Speedway
Doug Barnes Jr. – 2019 Track Champion at Dominion (VA) Raceway
Eddie Johnson – 2019 Track Champion at South Side (VA) Speedway
Berry Beggerly Jr. – 2019 Track Champion at Orange County (NC) Speedway
Ryan Millington – 2019 Track Champion at Ace (NC) Speedway
Thomas Beane – 2019 Track Champion at Hickory (NC) Motor Speedway
Chris Burns – 2019 Track Champion at Carteret County (NC) Speedway
Thomas Burbage – 2019 Track Champion at East Carolina (NC) Motor Speedway
Ashton Higgins – 2019 Track Champion at Anderson (SC) Speedway
Taylor Satterfield – 2019 Track Champion at Greenville-Pickens (SC) Speedway
*In order to be eligible for the Bonus of Champions, drivers must purchase a CARS Tour annual or single-event license prior to the event, file their event entry by the deadline, and participate in promotional duties set forth by the CARS Tour.
About the CARS Tour
The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour is one of the premier short track series in the United States. Drivers compete in Late Model Stock Cars and Super Late Models at the best short tracks across the Carolinas, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia. The CARS Tour can be found on Facebook at “CARS Tour”, on Twitter @CARSTour, and on Instagram as @CARS_Tour. For more information, visit www.carsracingtour.com or call their Mooresville, NC offices at 704.662.9212.