EPPING, N.H. — Star Speedway has announced a full schedule for the Little Webb’s 350 Supermodified Series for the 2024 season. The robust schedule includes 16 championship events spread throughout New Hampshire and Maine, and one non-points event.
The schedule includes eight events at the division’s home track (one of them non-points), Star Speedway, spread from May through September. The entire schedule spreads from April through the end of October. The events at Star will also be for Star Speedway track championship points, while the series champion will be crowned at Claremont Motorsports Park on October 19.
On the sponsor front, New England Concrete Foundations has signed on with the group to be the sponsor of the 350 Supers events at Star Speedway. The New England Concrete 350s will race at Star on May 4, May 11, June 1, July 13, August 3, August 17, September 14 (Star Classic non-points) and September 21. New England Concrete will be donating to the point fund as part of their partnership with the series.
The additional races outside of Star — 8 of them — are all centered around two hours or less from the division’s home track - with events at Oxford Plains Speedway, Monadnock Speedway, White Mountain Motorsports Park, Hudson Speedway, Lee USA Speedway and Claremont Motorsports Park.
New for 2024, the 350 Supers will also be making the switch to Hoosier Racing Tire. The entire series and Webber family has to thank Rob Summers and Irish Saunders with Hoosier for their work to make sure an effective tire is designed just for this division.
“We’re excited for 2024,” Series Promoter and Star Speedway owner Bobby Webber Jr., said. “Hoosier providing us with a new tire is a big part of being able to expand the series, along with multiple promoters in the area seeing the value in the division and welcoming us in. We’re looking forward to continuing to push 350 Supermodified racing and keep it alive for many years to come.”
Star Speedway will also co-promote four events with Oswego Speedway in New York. Those events will pay bonus money for Star Speedway regulars going to Oswego Speedway to race, and Oswego regulars attending events at Star. Additional details on that will be coming soon.
Fans should keep a close eye on the news in the upcoming few weeks for a sponsor for the entire Little Webb’s 350 Super Series. For more information, follow Star Speedway on Facebook and visit StarSpeedwayNH.com.
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