High Limit Sprint Car Series
Kokomo’s High Limit Sprint Car Race Postponed to Wednesday, May 3
KOKOMO, IN – April 30, 2023 – With thunderstorms set to douse the track and facility over the coming days, High Limit Sprint Car Series and Kokomo Speedway officials have agreed to push Tuesday’s originally scheduled date back by one day.
The third round of the inaugural High Limit Sprint Car Series campaign – presented by Driven2SaveLives, an organ donation awareness program by the Indiana Donor Network – will now take place on Wednesday, May 3.
“We feel like this gives the track and facility enough time to dry out so we can have a great racing surface by Wednesday,” said High Limit co-promoter, Brad Sweet. “With the warmer weather forecasted for Wednesday we feel like it’s the best move for our teams and fans to enjoy the show.”
An all-star cast of nearly 50 competitors is expected to compete in the $23,023-to-win, $1,500-to-start event at “Indiana’s Baddest Bullring” in Kokomo, Indiana. For those unable to attend, you can watch every lap live on FloRacing.com/HighLimit.
Tickets can be purchased on the Ticket Hoss App with Adult General Admission at $40, Kids (6-12) Admission $20, and Kids (5/Under) are welcome for free. Pit Passes are available at the gate for $45.
NASCAR Cup Series champion, Kyle Larson, and back-to-back All Star Circuit of Champions king, Tyler Courtney, currently share the points lead through two races with the High Limit Sprint Car Series. They’re followed by the most recent series winner in Anthony Macri, Missouri ace Brian Brown, California sensation Buddy Kofoid, Pennsylvania standout Brent Marks, Swindell SpeedLab pilot Justin Sanders, fan favorite Rico Abreu, and Kokomo’s own Parker Price-Miller.
High Limit Sprint Car Series:
The High Limit Sprint Car Series features the top 410 sprint car drivers from around the country battling for industry-leading purses during mid-week events. The series was launched in the summer of 2022 by Kyle Larson, 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Champion, along with co-promoter Brad Sweet, the four-time defending World of Outlaws Series Champion. The first, full 12-race season launches in 2023 with support and live-streaming coverage provided by FloRacing.
Driven2SaveLives, an Indiana Donor Network Program:
Driven2SaveLives, an Indiana Donor Network program, raises awareness about organ and tissue donation within the racing community and inspires fans throughout the U.S. to sign up to become donors. Launched in 2016, Driven2SaveLives brings together advocates for donation, including NASCAR winner Ryan Newman, IndyCar driver Pippa Mann and others, to educate race fans about donation, encourage conversations about donation decisions, and inspire audiences to sign up to be donors. Driven2SaveLives also features an Ambassador Program where anyone can join the team and help spread the word.