The American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) is a budget minded series with all cars running 360ci, steel block engines with spec Brodix heads.
Major events on the schedule include the Spring and Winter Nationals at Devil's Bowl Speedway, Riverside International Speedway’s Rock ‘N Roll 50 in April, Eagle Raceway’s Eagle Nationals in June, the ASCS Knoxville Nationals in August and I-30 Speedway's Short Track Nationals in October.
2011 ASCS National champ Shane Stewart
The first champion of the series was Garry Lee Maier, since then Terry Gray has won the series 4 times (1995-1998), Gary Wright 4 times (2004-2007), and Tim Crawley 3 times (1994, 1999, 2002). The current champion is Shane Stewart, who also won the 2009 championship.
As well as the American Sprint Car Nationl Series the ASCS sanction Sprint Car Racing events across the country. Broken up into regions, the series sanctions around 224 nights of racing at approximately 100 different speedways throughout the US. The ASCS regions are: Canyon, Gulf South, Lone Star, Midwest, Northwest, Sprints on Dirt, Sooner, Southern California, Southwest and Warrior.