Grandview Speedway to host Kyle Larson, Brad Sweet and High Limit Racing in 2024

Dec. 1—High Limit Racing will return to Grandview Speedway in 2024.

In conjunction with the Thunder on the Hill Racing Series, the one-third mile dirt track located outside Bechtelsville in Washington Township will host the traveling series on Tuesday, May 28, with $20,000 going to the feature winner.

While High Limit Racing will host 60 races across the county in 2024, the event at Grandview will be one of the series' 11 marquee weeknight races and is expected to feature 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion and defending High Limit champion Kyle Larson.

Grandview hosted High Limit Racing, formerly known as the High Limit Sprint Car Series, during its inaugural season last year. The race featured a winner's prize of $23,023, making it the highest-paying sprint car race in track history.

Rico Abreu held off Larson to secure the victory in the 35-lap feature. Larson finished second, while former NASCAR Cup Series driver Kasey Kahne took seventh.

Co-founded and co-promoted by Larson and five-time World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series champion Brad Sweet — Larson's brother-in-law — High Limit Racing was designed to bring high-paying events to winged 410 sprint car racing. The series held 11 races across the country in 2023, all of which took place on weeknights.

With the acquisition of the All-Star Circuit of Champions in October, High Limit Racing has expanded and will host 60 races across the United States in 2024. Of the 60 events, 11 of them — including the race at Grandview — will be part of the new "Midweek Money Series," which will feature separate points standings and points fund.

Larson is expected to race in all 11 of the midweek events, while Sweet is expected to compete in the full 60-race schedule. Larson has won four times at Grandview in his winged 410 sprint car career and said in July that the speedway is one of his favorite tracks.