ASL Throws Back to 1987 for The 2nd Annual ASL Clash at Daytona

After wrapping up the Fall 2022 season championship, American SimRacing League will be back in action for one final time in 2022 with the ASL Clash at Daytona. ASL will once again have a retro vibe as it sanctions its second annual exhibition race with the 1987 NASCAR Cup Series stock cars. On December 11, 2022, the drivers of the ASL Elite Series will compete for a free Buttkicker system on the bumpy high banks of the circa-2011 Daytona International Speedway.

The event kicks off with 10-lap qualifying races at 8:30 pm ET, open both to returning drivers as well as newly registered drivers who will be joining the league for the Spring 2023 season. The ASL Clash main event will immediately follow and will feature a 20 lap feature race for all the marbles!

WFO Racing Network will be broadcasting the event live on YouTube. Additional information on the event can be found here.


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