PAC Posterholt announces Autospeedway calendar for 2023 season
Eleven race days over eight weekends: These are the Autospeedway races at the JaBa Circuit in Posterholt, the Netherlands, in 2023
|2. April||Ladys- und Monteursrace|
|23. April||Season opener|
|14. Mai||Sprint 1300 Challenge Cup|
|3. & 4. Juni||Euromaster Saloon Stockcars + Bangerstox|
|9. Juli||Dutch Championship Stockrods|
|29 & 30. Juli||Saloon Stockcars + Grenslandcup Nat. Hotrods + Gouden Helm F2|
|27. August||Experience Cup Ministox|
|30. September & 1. Oktober||Gouden Helm F2-Junioren + Bangerstox + Euromaster F2|
The PAC Posterholt has announced the dates for the 2023 season. There will be a total of eleven race days at the small circuit near the German-Dutch border. The JaBa Circuit is home to numerous Autospeedway classes that will once again provide plenty of action next year.
A total of eight events are planned, three of which will be double-header events with racing on both Saturday and Sunday. An additional event away from the standings is the women’s and mechanics race day, which kicks off the season on April 2. The actual season opener will then take place on April 23.
The season continues on May 14 with the “Sprint 1300 Challenge Cup”. The first double-header is scheduled for June 3 and 4. This weekend will be marked by the Euromaster race of the Saloon Stockcars , also the Bangerstox will be on track for the first time in the season.
On July 9 the Dutch Championship of the Stockrods is on the schedule, before the Saloon Stockcars, the Grenslandcup of the National Hotrods and the Gouden Helm of the Stockcar F2 will deliver great racing on July 29 and 30.
The Experience Cup of the Ministox will take place on August 27, and the finale on September 30 and October 1 will once again provide plenty of action. The races for the Gouden Helm of the F2 Juniors will be held and the Bangerstox will again impress with a lot of bent sheet metal. The weekend will be rounded off with the final races for 2023 and the Euromaster race of the Stockcar F2.
The approximately 350 meter long oval south of Roermond is located directly on the border with Germany near Heinsberg and is home to the Stockcar F2, Sprint 1300, Formula Toyota, Stockrods, Saloon Stockcars, Saloon 1300, National Hotrods, 2l Hotrods and Ministox.