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In 2018 the Legacy Series will be racing at 9 different tracks.....The first race of the season will now be at Dillon Motor Speedway in Dillon, SC on Saturday, April 14th.........since Old Man Winter won the first scheduled race of the year at Concord Speedway in March--Come on out to see some great racing action at Dillon!...........
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Time Line - At A Glance

 

THE ALLISON LEGACY RACE SERIES

OWNERS:                                                                                                                                                      Kenny Allison, Ronald Allison and Donald Allison, sons of NASCAR Legend Donnie Allison, were born into racing and have all captured wins, titles, and received special honors.  They decided to become race car builders and Allison Brothers Race Cars Inc. was established in 1988.  Builders of over 750 Legends cars, they also built and maintained cars for Davey Allison, Yates Racing, Tri Star Motorsports, CC Racing, Sabco, Ken Schrader, Gary Bradberry and others.

ADVISORY BOARD:                                                                                                                                          Jim France-NASCAR, Ricky Rudd, Robert Hamke/Hamke Race Cars, Ken Schrader, Robert Yates

DRIVER HISTORY:  

Many drivers have passed through the Legacy Series on their way to a career  in Stock Car Racing. Among them are: Joey Logano, Brian Vickers, David Ragan , Regan Smith, Trevor Bayne, Clayton Rogers, Eric Darnell, Joel Kauffman, Todd Peck, Chase Miller, Ryan Hemphill, Kelly Bires, Chad McCumbee and others.

1992--Built first Legacy car frame for further development.

1993--Research and development on the Allison Legacy car. Manufactured Legends cars 

1994--Final development stages of car frame, began fabrication of all components.   

1995--Produced first T-Bird / Debut of car prototype at Daytona International Speedway.  Tested car at Hickory Motor Speedway.  Formed Advisory Board.  Built Legacy cars exclusively.  Delivered first car serial #001 to Jim France, NASCAR executive VP.  CompCar of NC Inc. was formed.  Legacy exhibition race was held at Martinsville in December.  

1996--Produced first Monte Carlo/ Debut of car at Daytona International Speedway.  Signed regional dealers and scheduled a National Touring Series.  First nationally televised race at Martinsville.  Developed Legacy Series website.  Husqvarna Products came on board as a sponsor.

1997--Promoted a successful National Tour and had in place 7 regions across the national racing locally.  The 100th Legacy car built was unveiled at Daytona USA.  ESPN2 televised race at Martinsville Speedway.  

1998--Promoted a successful 15 race National Series in 8 different states and over 135 other races in 8 different regions.  Put in place new awards programs with CV Products and Isky Racing Cams.  Raced first road course at Lakeland, FL.  New crop of drivers entered series from karting.  ESPN2 televised race at Martinsville.  

1999-- Added new regions in Texas, Tennessee and Maine.  Increase in car and parts sales and series awareness.  New marketing approach.  Look for bigger things to come in the last 6 months of 1999.  ESPN2 televised race at Martinsville.  Televised race at Albany Speedway in Georgia.  New Lakeside Motorsports/Sikkens Car Refinishes Rookie sponsorship program in place. 2000--Hoosier-Buckeye Region added in Indiana and Ohio.

2000 sponsors-Intermedia Communications and The Big Red Boat. 

2001--New region in South Texas-STARS, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio combined to be the “Great Lakes Region”.    

2002/2003--Two new regions added.  Lake Erie Legacy and New England Legacy  

2004---New region in Southern California.  New England region schedules races in Canada. The Touring Series races at 13 events with USAR. STARS becomes Lonestar Region.                                                               

2005---21 Touring races, 7 with USAR-new region-Texoma-new mini 411 Tennessee region.   

2006---22 Touring races, 7 with USAR-2 road races scheduled at Kershaw/Carolina Motorsports Park. Orange County Speedway and Florence Motor Speedway added to schedule.

2007---22 Touring races, 7 with USAR-2 with PASS Tour-2 road races at Kershaw, 2 races at new Dillon Speedway.   

2008---22 Touring races, 6 with USAR-2 with PASS Tour-2 road races at Kershaw and back to South Boston and Tri-County Speedways.  

2009---Added Rockingham Raceway Park to schedule-6 races with PASS Tour  2 road races.

2010---22 races, added 2 races at North Wilkesboro Speedway. 7 races with PASS Tour-2 with USARacing - 2 road races.  

2011---18 races, 7 with PASS Super Late Models, 7 with USAR Pro-Cup and a new track for the series-Motor Mile in Virginia-return to South Boston Speedway  

2012---19 races, 5 with PASS Super Late Models, 3 with CARS Pro-Cup, 1 with UARA..back to Myrtle Beach and Tri-County Speedways....NEW Pro-4 Stock car for road racing built....NEW Elite Allison chassis modified for dirt car built.... 

2013/2017---20 drivers racing in 2013 and drivers from 7 different states and Canada competed throughout  these years. The Touring Series is primarily a teaching series and a series to have fun in.

2018---14 races at 9 different race tracks, 5 with the Southern Modifieds and 1 with the Southeast Truck Series. The series returns to Southern National and Tri-County Speedways. Ollie Spain has been added as an Official of the Series and Brett Suggs of Brett Suggs Racing & Marketing has been named the Social Media Coordinator of the Series.

For More Information go to www.allisonlegacy.com

 

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