TC Daily Pit Stop: NASCAR Canada Series Receives New Branding; Slinger Speedway Added to 2024 SRX Schedule
TC Daily Pit Stop: Wednesday, November 22, 2023
Beginning in 2024, NASCAR’s Canadian Series will be getting a rebrand, moving away from the traditional entitlement sponsor format to give the series its own identity, moving to a premier partner format as seen in the NASCAR Cup Series.
The series, currently known as the NASCAR Pinty’s Series, is entering its 18th season as the top national motorsport in Canada, which from this point on will be known as the NASCAR Canada Series.
“Canadian motorsports fans are incredibly passionate, and the new NASCAR Canada Series name appropriately captures their nationalistic pride,” said Chad Seigler, NASCAR chief international officer. “The series features Canada’s biggest racing stars, competing at the top tracks across the country. With an influx of talented young drivers and a garage full of healthy and competitive teams, interest in the series is at an all-time high. We are excited to build off recent momentum and deliver great racing to fans across Canada.”
We now know more than half of the 2024 Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) schedule, as the iconic Slinger Speedway will return to the series for a July 25th event.
Wisconsin’s Slinger Speedway was one of the tracks that were represented on the inaugural SRX Racing Series schedule in 2021 but has not been on the schedule for the past two seasons.
In the lone SRX Racing event at the 1/4-mile Slinger, 2022 series champion Marco Andretti scored the win after Luke Fenhaus dominated the event.
Slinger Speedway joins Stafford Speedway, Berlin Raceway, and Thunder Road as the four events announced, as the series continues to unveil its six-race campaign.
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