Canada’s Gold Cup Added to NSL 360 Big Horn Region Schedule

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WINDOM, Minn. (March 10, 2016) – The National Sprint League 360 Sprint Car Series will be showcased in two countries this season.

The NSL 360 Big Horn Region has added the 61st annual Gold Cup, which is a premier sprint car event at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on Aug. 26-27, to its schedule.


“We’ve always been passionate about our clay oval and making sure we have entertaining events,” Castrol Raceway Owner Rob Reeves said. “Having a reputable company like the NSL to partner with is fantastic for us.”

The Gold Cup is Canada’s oldest oval racing event and is one of the most prestigious to win in the country.

“We’re excited that Rob and everyone at Castrol Raceway is coming on board,” NSL 360 Series National Director Tommie Estes Jr. said. “The Gold Cup has a lot of history and tradition and we’re thrilled the NSL is a part of it.”

Gold Cup tickets are available for sale at

The NSL 360 Big Horn Region kicks off its season on May 20-21 with a doubleheader at Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Mont.






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The NSL 360 Series has more than $500,000 up for grabs during the 2016 season. The series established the ‘Cash Bowl’ in an effort to allow racers from across the country a great opportunity to generate money. Any driver who competes in at least one national race and 15 regional races or 90 percent of any region’s events is eligible for the Cash Bowl, which pays $10 per point. The final night of a national event provides 120 points to win and eight points to start the main event. Regional races deliver 30 points to win and two points to start.

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