20 pole-sitters in 36 races made 2022 hot-laps the talk of the season! Ryan Heuser led the league with five, capturing the triple-crown by leading the green at Lime Rock, Martinsville and Daytona! He's healthy and ready to go, coming in as the favorite to win the 2023 Championship. Sophomore driver Geno Sphere comes into the event without a ride, winning the pole in a miracle lap at Rockingham during the spring. He has fully recovered from his devastating practice crash at Darlington and hopes to find a way into the show. 2022 Championship battlers Scott Jackson and Ken Pettit will watch the event from the sidelines, as Geno and Michael Henson look to pull off a surprise victory to start off the season. The rest of the field is filled with the Extravaganza Series elite. It's an all Lucas Racing front row, with John Battista leading the field for the 50-lap Big Bud Shootout!
The offseason "branding right's settlement" between Coca-Cola and Team Danger Zone has officially been finalized! The Coca Cola Company is now allowed to expand it's marketing in Extravaganza, choosing to fund Bonanza's Delta Sim Racing in promotion to the Extravaganza Series full time! They are also sponsoring Cristiano de Sa to reinstate the successful #18 at Shake N' Bake Racing. Supporting three rookie teams after spending millions to terminate their Danger Zone monopoly is a high-stakes gamble in a high-stakes racing series. This is the company that can make it work.
Former Lucas Racing Bonanza Series prodigy Chauncey Redmond Jr. is the fourth full-time rookie in Extravaganza for 2022. The former Ontario Motorsports shop in Buffalo, New York has been bought out in a tag team effort by former New England Patriots Chauncey Redmond Sr. and Shyrone Parkman. They have re-located the team to Sudbury Massachusetts behind Willis Pond, where Babe Ruth dropped his piano 105 years ago. They have named their team "Wizards of Speed", hiring Redmond Jr. with engines built and shipped by Tony Tonto in the Lucas Racing shop.
2023 Extravaganza Series Schedule February 10th, 2023: Big Bud Shootout* February 13th, 2023: Daytona Duel #1* February 15th, 2023: Daytona Duel #2* February 17th, 2023: Daytona February 24th, 2023: California March 3rd, 2023: Homestead March 10th, 2023: North Carolina March 17th, 2023: Atlanta March 24th, 2023: Texas March 31st, 2023: Richmond April 7th, 2023: Bristol April 14th, 2023: Martinsville April 21st, 2023: Talladega April 28th, 2023: Darlington May 5th, 2023: Kansas May 12th, 2023: Pocono May 19th, 2023: All-Star Race* May 26th, 2023: Charlotte June 2nd, 2023: Gateway June 9th, 2023: Sonoma June 16th, 2023: Nashville Superspeedway Duels* June 23rd, 2023: Nashville Superspeedway June 30th, 2023: Daytona July 7th, 2023: Chicagoland July 14th, 2023: New Hampshire July 21st, 2023:... Read more »