“I have spoken with several drivers and teams about the M.A.L.L.S and they are excited to once again be able to afford to travel to different tracks,” said Renee Hackett. “Darren and I feel as if this will give the teams a cheap alternative to gain experience at other tracks and expand their fan base.”
The series will conform to the Caraway Speedway Limited Late Model rules posted on their website. This package is similar to rules being utilized at Hickory, Motor Mile, South Boston, Dillon, Orange County and Southern National.
The first M.A.L.L.S event will be on Saturday, March 19 at Concord Speedway. Other tracks hosting M.A.L.L.S events in 2016 include, Caraway Speedway, Ace Motor Speedway, Wake County Speedway, and Tri-County Motor Speedway. Points will be awarded throughout the season for the entire nine race series and the inaugural M.A.L.L.S champion will be crowned at the season finale on Saturday, November 5 at Concord Speedway as part of the 14th Annual North-South Shootout.
Rules for the Mid-Atlantic Limited Late Model Series can be found atcarawayspeedway.com. For technical questions, please contact David Saunders at 434-222-0437. For all other inquiries related to M.A.L.L.S, please contact Renee Hackett at 336-302-5803.
2016 Mid-Atlantic Limited Late Model Series
March 19 Concord Speedway Midland, NC
April 2 Caraway Speedway Sophia, NC
April 22 Ace Motor Speedway Altamahaw, NC
May 27 Concord Speedway Midland, NC
July 2 Wake County Speedway Raleigh, NC
July 22 Tri-County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC
August 27 Caraway Speedway Sophia, NC
September 24 Caraway Speedway Sophia, NC
November 5 Concord Speedway Midland, NC