The All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCoC) conducts around 50 races each season, mainly in the Eastern states.
Running 410ci Winged Sprint Cars on dirt speedways, the All Stars have been thrilling fans since 1970 when it was conceived by Bud Miller. The organization sanctioned events across the country until 1973 when it ceased competition due to a national gasoline crisis and business commitments.
In 1980 the circuit was revitalized by Bert Emick and under this leadership the organization went from strength to strength. In June 2002, Guy Webb purchased the series and continues at the helm today.
Many famous names have competed in what is dubbed as "America's Series", including Jan Opperman, Jack Hewitt, Bobby Allen, Kenny Jacobs, Dave Blaney and Tony Stewart.
Some of the highlights of the series includes the Ohio Sprint Week from June 21-29 and The Thunder Through the Plains, July 20-August 11.
This season the All Stars will travel to: Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Michigan, New York, Wisconsin, South Dakota and Minnesota.