The inaugural ASA STARS National Tour introduced stage racing to the Super Late Model world. In lieu of competition cautions for most of the races, stage racing was introduced as a way to give teams a chance to earn bonus points and money.
Each stage paid 10 points to the winner, with points decreasing by one all the way down to the tenth-place finisher, who earned a single point. Additionally, the winner of each stage received a $1,000 bonus.
2023 ASA STARS National Tour champion Ty Majeski had the most stage wins by far, with seven. Cole Butcher, Bubba Pollard and Jesse Love were the only other drivers with multiple stage wins, all earning a pair respectively. Majeski was the only driver to sweep the first two stages during a race, doing it in back-to-back events at Milwaukee and Anderson.
Additionally, Majeski led the series in total stage points, with 159. Series runner-up Cole Butcher was just behind him with 154 points. The top-four in the final standings also were the top-four in stage point earners with Gio Ruggiero and Bubba Pollard scoring 122 and 112 points. Despite contesting only the first five races of the season, Casey Roderick still had 81 stage points, good for fifth in the series.
Five Flags Speedway: Matt Craig/Bubba Pollard
Madison International Speedway: Ty Majeski/Jacob Goede
North Wilkesboro Speedway: Bubba Pollard/Chase Elliott
Hickory Motor Speedway: William Byron/Jesse Love
Milwaukee Mile: Ty Majeski x2
Anderson Speedway: Ty Majeski x2
Wisconsin International Raceway: Ty Majeski/Jonathan Eilen
Toledo Speedway: Cole Butcher/Jesse Love
Winchester Speedway: Cole Butcher/Stephen Nasse
Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway: Gio Ruggiero/Ty Majeski
1. Ty Majeski – 159
2. Cole Butcher – 154
3. Gio Ruggiero – 122
4. Bubba Pollard – 112
5. Casey Roderick – 81
6. William Byron – 55
7. Gabe Sommers – 52
8. Austin Nason – 49
9. Jesse Love – 46
10. Stephen Nasse – 45
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