Tri-State Legends Cup: Uniting Weekly Racers Across Neighboring States in 2024

Introducing the Tri-State Legends Cup — where drivers from Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana will earn points at every dirt Legends Car event in the Tri-state area.

The Tri-State Legends Cup emerges as a challenge for weekly racers, offering a platform to compete for points against peers across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. This series aims to redefine the racing landscape by fostering spirited competition and camaraderie among drivers and series in neighboring states. Recognizing the evolving landscape of "weekly racing," we hope to bring the Legends division into the spotlight. Featuring a near-universal ruleset, and an enthusiastic cast of drivers, this division provides tracks with an affordable yet exciting option to host races that will keep fans on the edge of their seats.
Undergoing an exciting rebranding, The Tri-State Legends Cup will transform into a simplified regional points chase, racing across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, with some selected special events. In its inaugural 2021 season, the young phenom Nicholas Byrd triumphed over veteran Steve Duderstadt. Adam Hudson fought off Tyler Scott and Casey Ulm to win the 2022 championship & the thrilling saga continued in 2023, as "Jumpin" Joe Warning secured the championship in a fierce battle against Evan Kennemore.

The 2024 Tri-State Legends Cup will see drivers earning points at several track's including MRP Raceway Park, Brushcreek Motorsports Complex, Atomic Speedway, Florence Speedway, Lake Cumberland Speedway, Ponderosa Speedway, and several more tracks to be announced soon.

Full details on the Tri-State Legends Cup will be available soon.

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