The World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing begins today at New Smyrna Speedway in Florida and as usual, there is representation from the Dairy State.
In the Super Late Model Division, the entry list shows 23 drivers, including a pair from Wisconsin. Brad Kossow from Union Grove entered a couple events on the NASCAR K&N (Now ARCA Menards) West series and Justin Mondeik, a young hotshoe from Gleason.
Kossow will also race in the Pro Lates Division along with Bobby Wilberg, a 12-time Madison International Speedway Track Champion, out of Beloit and Peter McVey from Appleton.
The Super Lates and Pro Lates will both open the nine-day series at the New Smyrna Bull Ring tonight (Friday, February 7) and both will also race Saturday and Sunday.
Monday will see the ARCA Menards East opening race, won last season by Derek Kraus of Stratford as the premier race for the night with the Super Lates and Pro Lates returning to the track Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Friday the Pro Late Models will wrap up with the Zack Donatti Pro Late Model 100 while the Supers get the night off. They will wrap up their series the following night with the running of the Orange Blossom Super Late Models 100.
Other Divisions at the World Series will include: Modifieds; Sportsman; LKQ Super Stock; NSS Trucks; Mod Minis; Bombers; Ground Pounders and Tour Modified.