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Schaeffer’s Oil Iron-Man Late Model Series Releases 2020 Schedule of Events
November 15, 2019
The tour will visit eight race tracks throughout Kentucky and Tenessee, and will also boast prizes in excess of $348,000. The tour will also occasionally co-sanction with additional motorsports series.
Schaeffer’s Oil Iron-Man Late Model Series Releases 2020 Schedule of Events

Officials from the Schaeffer’s Oil Iron-Man Championship Late Model Series presented by DirtonDirt have released the 16-race 2020 schedule of events.

The tour will visit eight race tracks in a two-state area and will boast prize monies in excess of $348,000 over 16 events. Drivers will be allowed to drop their worst finish at the season's end. The tour will co-sanction with the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals and Schaeffer’s Oil Fall Nationals during a few events.

The sixth season will open on Saturday, April 11, with the largest paying event on the tour with a visit to Gary Hall’s Tazewell (Tennessee) Speedway for a 75-lap, $20,000-to-win show paying $1,000-to-start the main event. The tour will also visit Tazewell Speedway on two more occasions with events on July 3, for the Firecracker 40 and September 6, for the Buddy Rogers Memorial.

Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Kentucky, returns to the schedule for the first time since 2017 with three visits paying $4,000-to-win to the track that sits on the Lincoln/Boyle County line starting with May 15, August 7, and October 2.

The series will also return to the Brandon Hardgrove-promoted Lake Cumberland Speedway in Burnside, Kentucky, for the first time since 2018 for the first of three stops on May 16, for the Johnny Wheeler Memorial, August 29 for the Harold Hardgrove Memorial, and October 10 for the Lake Cumberland Classic.

411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee, will host the Iron-Man regional tour on three occasions as the tour will sanction the Scott Sexton Memorial on May 25, a special on July 4, and the Annual Leftover Race on November 28, at the facility promoted by the McCarter family.

On June 5 and 6, the tour will host a pair of $4,000-to-win events at the Raymond Sheppard-promoted Wartburg (Tennessee) Speedway on June 5 for the Donald “Ducky” Jones Memorial and visit the I-75 (Tennessee) Raceway, promoted by the Kyle family, on June 6.

For the first time since 2018, the tour will also visit the Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee, for a 40-lap $4,000-to-win event. On August 8, the tour will return to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee for the 16th Annual Iron-Man Classic.

The 2019 season will conclude on Saturday, November 30, for the Annual Leftover event at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee that pays $5,000-to-win for the Iron-Man Late Models and $1,200-to-win for the Iron-Man Open Wheels.

For more information, visit ctpromotions.org.