The All Star Circuit of Champions sanctions a winged 410 Sprint car series. Races are on both dirt and paved ovals.
The All Star Circuit of Champions was the first major "outlaw" touring series for Sprint cars. Founded in 1970, it went national in 1973. Shut down in response the gas crisis, it restarted in 1980 with a new promotor, Bert Emick, who had recently had considerable success with the Midwest Outlaw Super Series (MOSS). The series has grown considerably since then.
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