Shasta Speedway has been a wildcard track for the last two years in the PCS, and a large part of why the series has enjoyed very few drivers able to earn repeat wins. A strong contingent of local teams with PCS equipment makes for a fan-friendly show. Tracy Bolin and Derek Copeland each earned their first career series wins at the speedway.
In 2013, the series visited Shasta four times with Eric Schmidt earning a remarkable sweep of the races en route to the PCS championship.
The races at Shasta join previously announced events on March 17th and August 11th at the one-third mile Madera Speedway, July 21st at the historic Stockton 99 Speedway, and October 13th at Roseville’s All American Speedway. An additional two more races at Roseville are expected to be confirmed along with one or two more races TBA to bring the tour to a nine or ten race campaign for 2018.
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