Touring Series & Sanctioned Divisions: CASA California Sprint Cars Schedule·Points
Founded in November, 2002 The California Asphalt Sprintcar Association (CASA) was begun by California-based racers looking to race true pavement sprint cars without having to extensively travel the Western States. In 2003, through a partnership with Altamont Raceway Park, this concept became a reality.
As 2005 begins, CASA is now the premier pavement-only sprint car series in California and Western Nevada. This season finds CASA again competing at Altamontís high speed half-mile, and the high-banks of Carson City, Nevadaís quarter-mile Champion Speedway, and welcoming new partner tracks, Ukiah Speedway in the beautiful wine country of Mendocino County, and the immaculate one-third mile oval of Madera Speedway in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley. All tracks are located within 150 miles of CASAís Sacramento base.
CASA runs contemporary 360 cubic-inch pavement sprint cars.
Contact Person: President: Scott Clough, Publicity: Glenn Hopper