Hunt the Front Launches Super Dirt Series Under DIRTcar Sanction - Engine Builder Magazine

Hunt the Front Launches Super Dirt Series Under DIRTcar Sanction

Hunt The Front—multi-car dirt late model team and one of the most successful content creation organizations—has announced a new regional tour called the Hunt the Front Super Dirt Series presented by Sweet Victory Apparel. 

DIRTcar Racing will sanction the inaugural season, which will adhere to the 2023 DIRTcar Late Model rulebook. Drivers can earn points in the DIRTcar national and regional points standings.

The inaugural slate of races was built to attract full-time drivers, reduce travel costs, and avoid overlap with other national/regional events. Additionally, strategic breaks in the calendar will allow full-time teams to compete in national Late Model events dotted throughout the year while still being able to attend all 19 series events without conflict. 

Hunt the Front features a trio of brothers—Joshua, Joseph, and Jonathan Joiner—and friend/driver Jesse Enterkin, who brought the brand to life in 2019 by producing vlogs from their experiences at its race compound and the track. The PRI Road Tour visited Hunt the Front in Milton, Florida, as part of its most recent tour. View a 10-minute interview and video, plus a photo gallery, here.

For the complete 2023 schedule, visit the series webpage here. For more information on the Hunt the Front Super Dirt Series presented by Sweet Victory Apparel, visit htfseries.com

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