PLYMOUTH, WI – Plymouth Dirt Track Racing has added the High School Racing Association (HSRA) series to its schedule in 2024  with two dates planned for the race season. PDTR will be the only Wisconsin dirt track on the HSRA schedule as of now and joins Slinger Super Speedway, Dells Raceway Park, Tomah-Sparta Speedway, La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway, and Madison International Speedway as Wisconsin HSRA-sanctioned race tracks.

It is the mission of PDTR to make racing available to as many participants as possible and to accommodate racers of other sanctioning bodies.

“There’s a lot of interest and excitement around Plymouth Dirt Track to see HSRA run there,” said HSRA Director Jonathan Eckelberg. “We’re excited to work with the PDTR team to grow young talent in dirt track auto racing. There are a lot of deep family roots at PDTR so this partnership feels like a great fit.”

Plymouth Dirt Track Racing has added HSRA to the following 2024 race nights. Racing begins at 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, July 20, 2024
Saturday, August 3, 2024

“Plymouth Dirt Track Racing is honored to host the HSRA this season, said Bill Weinaug, Sales, Marketing and Promotions for PDTR. “The HSRA is a great way to get high school students involved in both racing as
well as teaching valuable skills for the employment world after high school.”

HSRA features American Production six-cylinder sedans with numerous safety requirements. The driver’s high school colors and/or mascot must be incorporated into the paint scheme and design of the car. Students entering their freshman year of high school, current high school students as well as those just graduating from high school, with a minimum age of 14 and maximum age of 19 are eligible to compete. A complete set of rules and regulations can be found on the official HSRA website at

Race tracks, high schools, students, or supporters who want to learn more, are encouraged to contact Jonathan Eckelberg, HSRA Director at or 608-769-3903.

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