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SRX Announces Official Dates for 2024 Season

The Camping World SRX Series will officially be back in 2024.

The series tweeted on Aug. 22 its six Thursday night dates for the return of the summer series’ fourth season.

The official dates are July 11, July 18, July 25, Aug. 1, Aug. 8 and Aug. 15, all on ESPN. 

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The series raced on Saturday nights on CBS for the first two seasons in 2021 and 2022, before making the move to ESPN and Thursday nights this past season. The series also brought back the famed Thursday Night Thunder that once was on ESPN, just in a new variation.

Series CEO Don Hawk also tweeted his thoughts on the news.

The series has already awarded Thunder Road Speedbowl in Barre, V.T., one of the six Thursday night races after immense flooding canceled the event at the track this season. However, the Thunder Road race date has not been announced yet.

The rest of the 2024 schedule as well as the driver lineup also have not been announced yet.

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Drew Acree

I still would like to race in the srx series and I would also want to do a full season with the series in the number 24 axalta car and after I win the srx series I might as well go join NASCAR and win that one too.

Mike Smith

I would love to see SRX come to Winston Salem N.C. and race the 1/4 mile paved track at Bowman Gray Stadium home of The Madhouse Hot Open Wheel Modifieds! The oldest running NASCAR there is. NASCAR Cup cars ran there for years. It would be an awesome event and could guarantee a sold out. Place is full everywhere Saturday night! Tony has been there on a Saturday night before.

Mark McFadden

I like see Red Farmer in one the cars next year

Skip

I would like to see the series expanded to 10 or more races each year. Saw my first one at South Boston Speedway last year. Excellent series

Douglas Sutton

Like to see come back to Knoxville Iowa

tony,c

hopefully irwindale CA will be considered

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