MSCCS Preps For 20th Year Of Competition In 2020

2020 marks the 20th season of competition for the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) Super Late Models. The upcoming slate includes 17 dates at 10tracks strewn throughout Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana.

Kicking off the 2020 party on March 21, the series invades Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi).

After a three-year hiatus, Deep South Speedway returns to the schedule in 2020 with races on May 9 and September 12.

Chad Thrash is the three-time, defending MSCCS Champion.

Making its debut on the schedule is Louisiana’s Chatham Speedway. The 3/8-mile oval hosts’ events on May 23 and August 8. Additionally, after sitting dormant the past few seasons, the recently reopened Pike County Speedway (Magnolia, Mississippi) hosts the season finale on September 19. The tour last sanctioned an event at the 3/8-mile oval on March 15, 2008, in an event won by the former champion, Chris Wall.

Other tracks on the schedule for 2020, include Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi) ECM Speedway (Bremen, Alabama), Whynot Motorsports Park (Meridian, Mississippi), Tri-County Speedway (Pollard, Alabama) Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) and Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi).

TBA dates are currently positioned on June 6, July 4 and July 18. Series officials hope to fill those in the coming weeks.

Mississippi’s Chad Thrash raced to his third-straight MSCCS title in 2020 and will be looking for his fourth championship this season. Shelby Sheedy, Doug Sanchagrin, Terry Wilson and Rick Rickman rounded out the Top-5 in the championship battle.

Whynot Motorsports Park welcomes the MSSCS on May 30.

2020 MSCCS Schedule:

March 21: Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi)
March 28: Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi)
April 4: Tri-County Speedway (Pollard, Alabama)
May 8: Hattiesburg Speedway (Hattiesburg, Mississippi)
May 9: Deep South Speedway (Loxley, Alabama)
May 16: ECM Speedway (Bremen, Alabama)
May 23: Chatham Speedway (Chatham, Louisiana)
May 30: Whynot Motorsports Park (Whynot, Mississippi)
June 6: TBA
June 27: Tri-County Speedway (Pollard, Alabama)
July 3: Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi)
July 4: TBA
July 18: TBA
July 24: Hattiesburg Speedway (Hattiesburg, Mississippi)
July 25: Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi)
August 8: Chatham Speedway (Chatham, Louisiana)
August 22: ECM Speedway (Bremen, Alabama)
August 29: Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi)
September 12: Deep South Speedway (Loxley, Alabama)
September 19: Pike County Speedway (Magnolia, Mississippi)

About the author

Ben Shelton

Ben got his start at historic Riverside International Speedway. His accomplished motorsports media career includes journalist, race announcer, and on-air personality.
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