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By: Eric Huenefeld

When the Mid-American Stock Car Series rolls into Rockford Speedway this Sunday afternoon for the 37th Annual Spring Classic, the list of challengers will be as deep as it has been in recent memory, with at least five former series champions planning on running the opening race of the 2014 season!
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Leading the charge is defending Mid-American Series champion Brad Keith. The West Bend Wisconsin resident collected his first-ever series championship last year, beating 2012 Series champion Jeremy Spoonmore by 74 markers. Keith was a multi-time winner during last year’s championship campaign, racing to victory lane at Hawkeye Downs in May and Jefferson in June.

Speaking of Spoonmore, the 2012 Mid-American Stock Car Series champion has also entered for Rockford, a track where he has found much success. Spoonmore, a native of Somonauk Illinois, is a multi-time winner of the Mid-Am National Short Track Championship race in the fall at Rockford, and finished runner-up in the event last September.

By: Eric Huenefeld

There are plenty of reasons to be excited for the Mid-American Stock Car Series’ 22nd season, which kicks off Sunday April 13 at Rockford Speedway in Loves Park Illinois as part of the 37th Annual Spring Classic.

For starters, a tidy eleven race schedule awaits racers and fans this season. This summer, the Mid-American Stock Car Series (MASCS) will make stops in four states while running a majority of its races on Saturdays and Sundays. Along with the season opening event at Rockford, the MASCS makes a return to the famed quarter mile on Saturday night September 27 as part of the 49th Annual National Short Track Championships.

Selected dates from the Mid-American Stock Car Series schedule will once again be televised, both nationally and regionally, during the upcoming 2014 racing season. The series will continue its relationship with Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions, which brought Mid-Am racing to television for the first time in 2013.

Sopwith announced this week that Mid-American racing will again be featured on “Sopwith Motorsports TV,” the popular short track program that airs in more than 50 million homes nationwide. Affiliate networks include TUFF TV, Untamed Sports TV, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel 32 of Wisconsin and online at Motorsportworld.TV.

“I'm really pleased that all of our network affiliates enjoyed the program and we had a 100% renewal rate,” said Sopwith executive producer Stephen Cox. “We have excellent coverage in Mid-Am's home state with Time Warner. They're the biggest cable provider in Wisconsin. This gives Mid-Am teams something concrete that they can take to sponsors to raise funds for their teams and get legitimate publicity for their sponsors in their home state.”

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