BROWNSBURG, Ind. (April 26, 2021) - In less than one month, the FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 will take center stage in the Hoosier State, set to battle for four straight nights at three Indiana bullrings, all of which kicking-off on Thursday and Friday, May 20-21, with a two-night stay at the all-new Circle City Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dubbed the All Stars Indiana Invasion presented by Rayce Rudeen Foundation, competitors will not only duel for a total winner’s share equaling $48,000 over the four-day extended weekend, but a points fund equaling $26,000 will also be distributed among the top-five in the final weekend standings. The All Stars Indiana Invasion presented by Rayce Rudeen Foundation champion will be awarded a $10,000 top prize, with second through fifth awarded $7,000, $4,000, $3,000, and $2,000, respectively.
“I can’t wait for the Indiana Invasion,” said Kevin Rudeen of Rudeen Racing and Rayce Rudeen Foundation. “Four nights of top tier racing on amazing tracks. I am honored the Rayce Rudeen Foundation gets to be part of such an enormous event. I hope the work of RRF brings a halt to the stigmatism of addiction. With help from the All Star Circuit of Champions, as well as the three tracks and our foundation, I hope we can get information out to help those who are or who have loved ones battling addiction. I don’t want anyone to go through the loss that my family and I have been through. I cannot thank Tony Stewart with All Stars, as well as FloRacing for their support of this event.”
The Circle City visit will not only activate a high profile weekend for Tony Stewart’s All Stars, but the All Star doubleheader will also be the facility’s debut event and will award a total winner’s share equaling $16,000; $6,000 on Thursday and $10,000 on Friday.
The four-night Indiana takeover will continue Saturday, May 22, with a visit to Gas City I-69 Speedway. Only the second All Star appearance in Series history, the Saturday night showstopper will award a $6,000 payday. Dale Blaney, the all-time win leader with “America’s Series,” was the first and only All Star to win at Gas City, scoring a victory on September 17, 2004.
Growing into one of the most sought after prizes on the All Star campaign trail, the All Stars Indiana Invasion presented by Rayce Rudeen Foundation will conclude on Sunday, May 23, with the third running of the annual Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race. Like years prior, a $26,000 payday will be awarded to the main event winner.
Conducted at three different tracks during its three year run, the Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race held its inaugural event in 2019 at 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa. The 2020 edition was hosted at the Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, Wisconsin. Three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and All Star owner, Tony Stewart, won the first-ever Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race. Elk Grove, California’s Kyle Larson earned last season’s $26,000 share.
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2021 All Star Circuit of Champions Winners:
1. Screven Motor Speedway, Georgia (January 29, 2021): Donny Schatz
2. Screven Motor Speedway, Georgia (January 30, 2021): Aaron Reutzel
3. East Bay Raceway Park, Florida (February 2, 2021): Donny Schatz (2)
4. Volusia Speedway Park, Florida (February 3, 2021): Logan Schuchart
5. Volusia Speedway Park, Florida (February 4, 2021): Carson Macedo
6. Attica Raceway Park, Ohio (April 3, 2021): Justin Peck
7. Virginia Motor Speedway, Virginia (April 15, 2021): Tony Stewart
8. Williams Grove Speedway, Pennsylvania (April 16, 2021): Kyle Larson
9. Port Royal Speedway, Pennsylvania (April 17, 2021): Logan Wagner
10. Bedford Speedway, Pennsylvania (April 18, 2021): Anthony Macri
2021 All Star Circuit of Champions Driver Standings (as of 4/18/21):
1. Justin Peck - 682
2. Ian Madsen - 670
3. Cory Eliason - 646
4. Tyler Courtney - 642
5. Brent Marks - 636
6. Zeb Wise - 632
7. Hunter Schuerenberg - 600
8. Kyle Reinhardt - 578
9. Bill Balog - 574
10. Lucas Wolfe - 570